Sun 22nd October 2017 – Sun 29th October 2017
20th Sunday after Pentecost, 2cl
St Antony Mary Claret, Cf, Bp, 3cl
St Raphael, Archangel, 3cl
Comm of Ss Chrysanthus and Daria, MM
Comm of St Evaristus, Pope, M
Ss Simon and Jude, App, 2cl
Christ the King, 1cl
The Rosary before the 9.15am mass today will be offered “For our nation’s understanding of the importance of marriage: that we will act to protect God’s plan for marriage and family life.”
There is a special collection at all masses throughout the Archdiocese this Sunday to support the work of Catholic Mission (Pontifical Mission Society). Thank you for your generosity.
Servers' Practice resumes this Monday at 6pm.
The 7am mass this Thursday will be offered for the safe travelling of the pilgrims to and from this year’s Christ the King Pilgrimage. The blessing of pilgrims will follow after mass in the car park.
Next Wednesday is All Saints’ Day (1st Nov). There will be a Low Mass at 9.30am and a Sung Mass at 6.30pm.
All Souls’ Day is next Thursday (2nd Nov). There will be Low Masses at 7am & 9.30am, and a Sung Mass at 6.30pm.
FSSP Vocations Day of Recollection for Men
This recollection day is for young men from Australasia who are interested in considering a vocation to the priesthood in the context of the traditional liturgy. It will be conducted in Sydney by Fr Adrian Wee and Fr Duncan Wong on Saturday 25th November.
Please see the posters for more details.
Buy this simple tool to help you pray the rosary throughout your busy day; at home or at the office. It's a great way to help you pray all day.
The Kitchen Rosary is a perfect gift for a loved one at Christmas or as a gift any time.
All profits go to establishing Notre Dame Priory, Tasmania.
For more information see Deb on the Lighthouse stall.
Please remember the sick in your prayers, especially Miki Caputo, David Green, Adrian Hookway, Gerald Tellis (Fr Mannes father) and Vincenza Martucci (Ines Barson’s mother). Please remember also the recently deceased, especially Hughie Keeris, and also those whose anniversaries occur about this time.
Just a reminder that all children need to be accompanied to and from the toilet, ideally by an adult family member. Please be careful of small children when exiting the car park after mass and a reminder to all parents to watch their children after mass. It would be appreciated if you could park at the back of the car park near the creek first and avoid parking in the numbered spaces in front of Ellengowan Hall. There is more car parking available in St Peter’s Street (across Payneham Rd), and also across the creek (off Nelson St). Thank you for your understanding.