Please note that there is no Servers’ Practice or Scripture Class this Mon.
This Wednesday is All Saints’ Day. There will be Low Mass at 9:30am and Sung Mass at 6:30pm.
This Thursday is All Souls’ Day. There will be Low Masses at 7am and 9:30am, and Sung Mass at 6:30pm.
Holy Souls Novena Envelopes. FSSP November Mass envelopes are now available from the doors of the church. Please hand your envelope to a priest if you wish to have your loved ones remembered during the November Novena of Masses from 2nd – 10th Nov.
This Friday is the 1st Friday of the Month.
- 10am: Mothers’ Rosary Group meets for morning tea and the Rosary in the Meeting Room.
- 5:30pm: Children’s catechism classes.
- 6:30pm: Low Mass followed by 1st Friday Devotions, Benediction and Compline, with Adoration continuing overnight until 6:30am Sat. There will be the usual Holy Hours for the clergy at 3am and families at 5:30am.
Masses on Saturday morning are at 7am and 8:30am.
Our Annual All Saints Community Picnic is next Sunday 5th Nov. after the 9:15am Mass. Please take a flyer (or download here) for details, and dress up as your favourite Saint.
Next weekend we will have a newly ordained visiting priest with us, Fr Nathan Pospischil FSSP. Fr Pospischil spent a month with us last year when he was a deacon, and returns next weekend to offer Mass and to give first blessings. First blessings will be available after all the Masses over the weekend, and also during the All Saints Picnic.
Please refrain from bringing food items into the church. Thank you.
Please do not place any advertising material in the church without the prior permission of the chaplain. Thank you.
Please remember the sick in your prayers, especially Damian Wyld, Domenic Marafiote, Hannah McCaffrey, Michael Turnbull (Bob Turnbull’s brother), Kathryn Nader, Tony Caruso and Vincenza Martucci (Ines Barson’s mother). Please also remember the recently deceased, especially David Bruer (Mike Bruer’s father) and those whose anniversaries occur about this time.
“You must either suffer in this life or give up the hope of seeing God in Heaven. Sufferings and persecutions are of the greatest avail to us, because we can find therein a very efficient means to make atonement for our sins, since we are bound to suffer for them either in this world or in the next.”
― St John Vianney