When A Little Is Enough

Gospel Reflection for Sunday August 2nd 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time   As the bread and wine are transformed during mass, so too are we. It becomes our responsibility to become agents of change to make our families, communities and society better places for everyone. I invite you to read my gospel reflection for this Sunday. With every blessing, Br Michael […]

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Mass Times – from Monday 3rd August

The Celebration of public Holy Mass resumes at our church from Monday, 3rd August at 11 A.M. Mass Times We will be opening for Mass on Monday, 3rd August at 11 A.M.   The obligation to attend Mass on a Sunday is still suspended. We, therefore, encourage people, if it is possible, to consider attending Mass on one of the […]

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Journey With The Pope – 1/8/2020

SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 2020  “Faith begins when we realise we are in need of salvation. We are not self-sufficient; by ourselves we founder: we need the Lord, like ancient navigators needed the stars. Let us invite Jesus into the boats of our lives. Let us hand over our fears to him so that he can conquer them. Like the disciples, […]

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Say A Hail Mary For Oblate Priests And People All Over The World.

17th Week of Ordinary Time Saturday August 1st Today’s reflection: Saturday August 1st: Birthday of St Eugene de Mazenod – today say a Hail Mary for Oblate priests and people all over the world.  This is our final daily reflection email until Advent 2020.  Thank you to all who have shared in the prayers, thoughts and actions since Lent. We trust they […]

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Finding God In All Things

17th Week of Ordinary Time Friday July 31st – Feast of St Ignatius   Today’s reflection: “Speak to all… which come to worship in the house of the Lord.” Jeremiah 26:2 St Ignatius’ vision for his Jesuit religious order was to ‘find God in ALL things.’ Allow the ‘God of surprises’ to lead you to find Him in all things. We hope you […]

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Journey With The Pope – 31/7/2020

FRIDAY JULY 31, 2020  “Finding the courage to create spaces where everyone can recognize that they are called, and to allow new forms of hospitality, fraternity and solidarity. By his cross we have been saved in order to embrace hope and let it strengthen and sustain all measures and all possible avenues for helping us protect ourselves and others. Embracing […]

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Journey With The Pope – 30/7/2020

THURSDAY JULY 30, 2020  “In our times, as we are all aware, some people’s lives can end up mediocre and dull because they probably do not go in search of real treasure: they are content with attractive but fleeting things, whose bright lights prove illusory as they give way to darkness. Instead the light of the Kingdom is not like […]

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