Holy Week Mass Times 2021
SATURDAY March 27th – EASTER SUNDAY April 4th
SATURDAY March 27th 17H30 PM
SUNDAY March 28th 07H00 AM | 09H30 AM | 18H00 PM
MONDAY 29th – NO MASS
TUESDAY 30th 17H30 PM
WEDNESDAY 31st 08H30 AM | STATIONS OF THE CROSS & CONFESSIONS 18H00 PM
HOLY THURSDAY April 1st | MASS OF OUR LORD’S SUPPER 19H00 PM
GOOD FRIDAY April 2nd | STATIONS OF THE CROSS (with sermon) 10H00 AM | CONFESSIONS AFTER THE SERVICE | CELEBRATION OF THE LORD’S PASSION 15H00 PM
HOLY SATURDAY April 3rd | EASTER VIGIL MASS 19H00 PM
EASTER SUNDAY APRIL 4TH
07H00 AM | 09H30 AM
PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO 6pm MASS ON EASTER Sunday
To Rediscover the beauty of praying the Rosary at home
Letter of the Holy Father to the Faithful for the month of May
In this time of social isolation due the pandemic “I want to encourage everyone to rediscover the beauty of praying the Rosary at home in the month of May”. For the upcoming of the month of May, the Holy Father addressed a Letter to the many faithful throughout the world accompanied by two prayers to Our Lady. The Letter and the prayers were broadcast on Saturday, 25 April. The following is the English text of the Pope’s letter and the two Marian prayers. The first prayer is the one the Pontiff addressed to Our Lady of Divine Love in a video message on the occasion of the Mass celebrated by Cardinal Vicar Angelo on 11 March, Diocesan Day of Prayer and Fasting. The second Marian prayer is for this occasion.
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Father Joseph Leathem
Father Joseph Leathem died unexpectedly on March 16, after just two nights in hospital. He would have turned 85 on April 29.
His death took everybody by surprise. He was known to be a fit man who played a round of golf every week and, at his age, he could still genuflect quite easily.