2022 2nd Sunday Ordinary Time Year C

Parish Bulletin

Fr Tony will be on leave until the 31st January 2022. 

Weekdays there will be ONE mass daily at 7h00 am in the hall and there will be a 7am mass on Saturdays.  

Normal times for weekend masses.

Prayer before Holy Mass:

Heavenly Father we come here today to share in the offering of Jesus Your Blessed Son. We come to remember Jesus‘ Life, Death & Resurrection. We come to thank You Lord for all the many blessings bestowed upon us. We are sorry if we have forgotten these things & have strayed from you especially in our sinfulness.

We offer up this Holy Mass to Your Great Glory & in service to others, because You are all powerful & invite us to turn to You for all  that we need, we ask Your help especially with……….…(state your prayer request)

We pray for our families & friends & those that have died especially………….(name your deceased) Through the celebration of this Holy Mass & the Gift of the Body & Blood of Your Son help us to grow more perfectly in Your Image.

Make us a strong witness to Your love & strengthen Your Church here on Earth to accomplish the work You have given us. We pray this in the name of Jesus our Lord & Saviour Amen.

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The Angelus

Set an alarm on your phone to remind you to pray at 6am, noon and 6pm. Alternatively, download the Angelus App (set the times that you would like to be reminded in settings):
Angelus App on Android    or    Praying the Angelus by Magnificat  on iphones

2 Comments

  1. Marisa Wijtenburg

    It would be great to have info about the processes involved in preparing for the 2023 Synod posted in our parish news seeing that all submissions are expected by April in the Diocese for summarising up the chain of command back to the Vatican.

  2. Ann Pearton

    THE SYNOD: CATHOLIC WOMEN INVITED

    Pope Francis has invited all to be part of the current Synod which is designed to be a process of encounter, listening and reflection. This is a way of trying to sense the leading of the Holy Spirit for the Church in our times by listening to the experiences of people at parish level. This Synod is unlike any other because it aims to include and listen to Catholics from around the world and especially to lay people. Everyone is invited whether they feel at home in the Church or alienated from it.

    Catholic Women Theologians, based in Johannesburg, in collaboration with the Jesuit Institute is inviting all women who are interested to take part in a zoom meeting to share your experience as a woman in the church and to listen to other women share theirs. We will divide into smaller groups for sharing and themes which emerge from the groups will be included in a report on the issue of women in the church. This will be shared by the diocese as a report to the Synod which will meet in Rome in October 2023.

    If you are interested in taking part in this process please register for ONE of the following evenings.

    February 16th: 6pm-7.30pm
    OR
    February 24th: 6pm-7.30pm

    To register email Carol Teichler at [email protected].

    NOTE: You must RSVP to Carol to receive the zoom link. Overall numbers on each evening are limited to 100 participants so book your place as soon as possible.

    For more information contact Annemarie Paulin-Campbell [email protected] or Nontando Hadebe [email protected]

    *Should you prefer an in-person option, this will be held at the Cathedral on Saturday 12 and 19 February. Choose the date that suits you. Contact Annastacia Mphuthi at [email protected]

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