We work with Travellers to build a just, inclusive and welcoming community in and through faith

Pilgrimage to Rome 2015 - NOTICE

Notice from the Parish of the Travelling People on Rome Event 24th- 26th October 2015For Your...

Posted by Derek Farrell on Tuesday, 24 March 2015

NTP Press Conference - 1st July 2014

NTP Martin Collins from Colin Thomson on Vimeo.

Martin Collins is the chairperson of the National Traveller Partnership. The press conference was convened on 1st July 2014. The members called on the government to protect the independence and funding of the Traveller organisations by ring fencing the funding and by not subsuming them into Local Authorities.

A Call for Support for NTP

NTP Catherine Joyce from Colin Thomson on Vimeo.

Catherine is the manager of the Blanchardstown Traveller Development Group. She is calling on the government to recognise the unique situation of Travellers and to act positively by supporting the on-going development of the National Traveller Movement

Parish Newsletter Winter/Spring 2014

Our latest Parish Newsletter is out now. It features Margaret Anne O'Brien competing in the Great Ethopian Run in Addis Ababa.

Newsletter February 2014

 

There are features on the "Embracing Inclusion" a new local parish hospitality programme, issues arising from the Traveller Community.  Read about "Debt and Dying" an initiaitve of National Traveller MABS as well as a seminar on Illegal Money Lending. Be introduced to new staff members who have been appointed to the National Traveller Suicide Awareness Project. Hear about the concerns of Travellers as they act together directly to call for Accommodation.  Read about these among other tributes and many bits of news. 

Your comments and feedback are most welcome.

Stories of Exclusion and Inclusion

Debt & Dying

Following on from their research on the costs of funerals, Debt & Dying, National Traveller MABS have begun a conversation within the Traveller Community.  The Archbishop demonstrated his support and shared his experiences on the first day of that conversation which we hope will develop further.  He even tweeted about it (see below).  So if you have Twitter or Facebook perhpas you could visit our Facebook page and show your support.

More Articles ...

Copyright 2011 Parish of the Travelling People

Parish of the Travelling People, St Laurence House, 6 New Cabra Road, Phibsborough, Dublin 7 D07 AE82

Phone: 01 838 8874 (office) Mon-Fri 9.30 am to 3 pm ,  Mobile: 087 257 3857

Contact Us

Privacy Statement

Child Safeguarding Policy Statement