HOLY WEEK MASS TIMES

14 - 21 APRIL 2019

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AS OF SUNDAY 28 APRIL 2019


SUNDAY READINGS - YEAR C - GOSPEL OF SAINT LUKE AND SAINT JOHN

WEEKDAY READINGS - CYCLE I

DIVINE OFFICE - HOLY WEEK - PSALTER WEEK 2


14 APRIL
PALM SUNDAY

Please Note: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at Holy Family
will resume on Sunday 5 May.

8.00am Annunciation

9.30am Annunciation

11.00am Annunciation

1.15pm Annunciation (Holy Mass in Polish)

6.00pm Annunciation


15 APRIL
MONDAY OF HOLY WEEK

10.00am Holy Spirit

7.00pm Annunciation


16 APRIL
TUESDAY OF HOLY WEEK

10.00am Holy Family

7.00pm Annunciation


17 APRIL
SPY WEDNESDAY

OFFICE OF MORNING PRAYER
8.00am Holy Family

11.00am Cathedral of St Marie - Chrism Mass (for the Diocese of Hallam)

7.00pm Annunciation - Mass with the Sacrament of Anointing


SACRED TRIDUUM


18 APRIL
MAUNDY THURSDAY

7.00pm Annunciation
MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER
Followed by watching at the Altar of Repose until 11.00pm


19 APRIL
GOOD FRIDAY

3.00pm Annunciation
LITURGY OF THE LORD’S PASSION

3.00pm Holy Spirit
LITURGY OF THE LORD’S PASSION

7.00pm Holy Family
VENERATION OF THE CROSS


20 APRIL
HOLY SATURDAY

8.00pm Annunciation
SOLEMN EASTER VIGIL


21 APRIL
Easter Sunday
SOLEMNITY
OF THE RESURRECTION

8.00am Annunciation

9.30am Annunciation

9.30am Holy Family

9.30am Holy Spirit

11.00am Annunciation

1.15pm Annunciation

6.00pm Annunciation


There will be refreshments in the Annunciation Parish Centre each Sunday after the 9.30am Mass.

Please remember to clear tables and chairs away afterwards.

Thank you.


CONFESSION TIMES

 

SATURDAY

 

Annunciation - 9.00am - 9.50am (During this time there will be Adoration)
Annunciation - 10.30am - 11.30am

 

Holy Family - 5.45pm - 6.15pm


Examination of Conscience
Based on the Beatitudes

 

Blessed are the poor in spirit,
for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Do I live a spirit of detachment and generosity?
Do I sacrifice for others?

Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted.

Do I console and help those who mourn and suffer?
Do I show compassion?

Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land.

Am I authentically humble and self-giving?
Have I been egotistical or boastful?

Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for holiness, for they will be satisfied.

Am I passionate for the things of God?
Do I work for the triumph of love, peace and justice?

Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.

Am I forgiving and merciful?
Do I give others the benefit of the doubt? Am I harsh or judgmental?

Blessed are the pure of heart, for they will see God.

Am I single-minded in the practice of my faith?
Have I allowed a particular sin or vice to distract me from God?

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.

Am I a person of reconciliation, peace and mercy?
Do I hold grudges or seek revenge?

Blessed are they who are persecuted, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Do I suffer well?
Am I willing to sacrifice anything for my faith?
Do I allow human respect to keep me from being a Christian witness?


Taken from the brochure:
Personal Encounter with Jesus Christ:
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
by the Rosary Evangelization Apostolate


MORNING PRAYER
AT HOLY FAMILY

Each Wednesday at 8.00am
at Holy Family Church, Morning Prayer will be said
following the format of the Divine Office.
If you are able, this is a wonderful way to begin the day
and all are welcome.


PARKING

PLEASE NOTE: Queen's Street carpark is strictly for physically disabled.


Mass Intentions

 

Please ensure that any request for a Mass intention is received at least two weeks in advance.

Thank you.

 

SILENCE BEFORE HOLY MASS

 

It is of the utmost importance that we recall where we are
and in whose presence we stand.
In light of this and with respect for the prayers
of those around us, silence is to be observed before all Masses.

Please take some time to read the following document
from the Department for Christian Life & Worship: Liturgy Committee, on silence.

 

MOBILE PHONES

 

Please turn off your mobile phone before entering the Church.


HELP GETTING TO MASS

 

A number of parishioners kindly assist
those without transport to Mass on Sundays.
If you know of anyone who is experiencing difficulty
in attending Sunday Mass, please get in touch with any member of the SVP.
Sometimes, during holiday periods, additional drivers are needed.
If you can help, please speak to any SVP member.
Or contact us by scrolling down the page.

Thank you.


 THIS IS THE WONDERFUL TRUTH,
MY DEAR FRIENDS:
THE WORD, WHICH BECAME FLESH
TWO THOUSAND YEARS AGO,
IS PRESENT TODAY IN THE EUCHARIST.

 

POPE SAINT JOHN PAUL II