2021 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B

Registrations for Catechism Classes will take place this Saturday, 13 February 2021, at 9:00 am in the Parish Centre.

 Celebration of Holy Mass at Our Lady of the Wayside Catholic Church

 Holy Mass will be celebrated limited to fifty (50) persons or less indoors and one hundred (100) persons outdoors. 

   Mass times:  Ash Wednesday 07h00/10h00/13h00/19h00 all in the Church

 Weekday morning mass: Mon – Sat 7h00 (Hall)

 Weekday eve mass: Mon – Thursday/18h00 (Hall)  Friday Stations of the Cross 18h00 (Church)

 Weekend Mass: Sat 17h30 (Church)

 Sun 8h00/10h00/17h30 (Church)

 Confession: Wed 17h00 – 18h00 (Hall)   Sat 16h00 – 17h00 (Adoration Chapel)

  Lent & Easter Formation: Maryvale Catholic Church will do the Ten Week Wild Goose Program – This is all about the Holy Spirit & His work. Starting on Wednesday 24th Feb 2021 at 18h30, in the Hall

  Parish Retreat: The Carmelite Fathers will do a Parish Retreat at Maryvale Catholic Church on Saturday the 27th Feb 2021 from 09h00 – 17h00 in the Hall (there is no charge) bring a bible, a pen, writing paper & a packed lunch.

  

POPE BENEDICT XVI ON THE 6TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

 SOURCE: 2012 Angelus…………………  

 …….  While Jesus was going about the villages of Galilee preaching, a leper came up and besought him: “If you will, you can make me clean”Jesus did not shun contact with that man; on the contrary, impelled by deep participation in his condition, he stretched out his hand and touched the man — overcoming the legal prohibition — and said to him: “I will; be clean”.

 That gesture and those words of Christ contain the whole history of salvation, they embody God’s will to heal us, to purify us from the illness that disfigures us and ruins our relationships. In that contact between Jesus’ hand and the leper, every barrier between God and human impurity, between the Sacred and its opposite, was pulled down. This was not of course in order to deny evil and its negative power, but to demonstrate that God’s love is stronger than all illness, even in its most contagious and horrible form. Jesus took upon himself our infirmities, he made himself “a leper” so that we might be cleansed.

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Dear friends, let us turn in prayer to the Virgin Mary, whom we celebrated this week commemorating her Apparitions in Lourdes. Our Lady gave St Bernadette an ever timely message: the invitation to prayer and penance. Through his Mother it is always Jesus who comes to meet us to set us free from every sickness of body and of soul. Let us allow ourselves to be touched and cleansed by him and to treat our brethren with compassion!

 There are numerous lectures, courses and masses that you can access online.  Some of them are listed, with links, on this page. 

 Download a digital copy of the February 2021 ADNews here

 The Southern Cross Magazine January and February 2021 are on sale at the entrance to the church.  Please buy a printed copy (R30). 

 

"You shall help to provide for the needs of the Church."

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