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2022 5th Sunday Easter C

2022 5th Sunday Easter C

A Mass for the needs and intentions of the people with anointing and prayer with the laying of hands will be celebrated On Saturday the 21 May at 14h00. All are welcome May is the Month of Mary! Pray the rosary every day for peace in the world and in your families. ...

2022 4th Sunday Easter Year C

2022 4th Sunday Easter Year C

May is the Month of Mary! In the monastery-fortress of Jasna Gora, in Czestochowa, Poland is venerated an ancient icon of Holy Mary and the Infant God, with a fascinating history. Tradition has it that it was painted by St. Luke the Evangelist on a table built by Our...

Theotokos – God Bearer

Theotokos – God Bearer

May is the Month of Mary, and as Maryvale parish is consecrated to the loving care and patronage of Our Lady under the title Our Lady Of The Wayside, May is is especially our month to deepen our devotion to Our Lady.

2022 Divine Mercy Sunday

2022 Divine Mercy Sunday

The Stations of Light:   During the Season of Easter (17 April - 5 June 2022) Maryvale Catholic Church will do the Stations of Light. You are invited and encouraged to join us for The Stations of Light on Saturdays at 16h30 - 17h30, in the Church.  The Sunday after...

2022 Easter

2022 Easter

  In the liturgy of the Easter Vigil there is an impressionable symbolism. That is the ritual of the Paschal Candle. The church remains in the dark. The paschal candle is lighted while the priest or Deacon acclaims: “Light of Christ!” it is easy to understand....

2022 Palm Sunday Year C

2022 Palm Sunday Year C

The Church celebrates this sixth Sunday of Lent as both Palm Sunday and Passion Sunday. This is the time of year we stop to remember and relive the events which brought about our redemption and salvation. What we commemorate and relive during this week is not just...

2022 5th Sunday of Lent

2022 5th Sunday of Lent

On this fifth Sunday of Lent, Jesus continues to show us that God is full of mercy and forgiveness. God looks beyond our faults and sees what we need. All of us need God’s love which is everlasting no matter what.

2022 4th Sunday of Lent

2022 4th Sunday of Lent

The Solemnity of the Annunciation celebrates the coming of the Angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary to announce to her the special mission God had chosen for her in being the mother of His only son. We are continually reminded of the importance of this feast to our...

2022 3rd Sunday Lent

2022 3rd Sunday Lent

  PLEASE HELP POPE FRANCIS WITH THE FOLLOWING The Synod of Bishops (Re: The Synod on Synodality) is trying to answer this one fundamental question. WHAT KIND/TYPE OF CHURCH DOES THE HOLY SPIRIT WANT CATHOLICS TO HAVE TODAY? All Catholic Communities/Parishes are...

Second Sunday of Lent 2022

Second Sunday of Lent 2022

Jesus took Peter, John, and James and went up the mountain to pray. While he was praying his face changed in appearance and his clothing became dazzling white. And behold, two men were conversing with him, Moses and Elijah. As they were about to part from him, Peter said to Jesus, “Master, it is good that we are here; let us make three tents, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.” While he was still speaking, a cloud came and cast a shadow over them. Then from the cloud came a voice that said, “This is my chosen Son; listen to him.”

2022 1st Sunday Lent

2022 1st Sunday Lent

The NOTICES for 1st Sunday Lent PLEASE HELP POPE FRANCIS WITH THE FOLLOWING The Synod of Bishops (Re: The Synod on Synodality) is trying to answer this one fundamental question.  WHAT KIND/TYPE OF CHURCH DOES THE HOLY SPIRIT WANT CATHOLICS TO HAVE TODAY? All Catholic...

2022 8th Sunday Ordinary Time Year C

2022 8th Sunday Ordinary Time Year C

Ash Wednesday - Prayer and fasting for peace The attack on Ukraine has begun. War in Europe in the 21st century seemed impossible. The risks of an escalation are unimaginable. Pope Francis calls us to counter the power of arms with the ‘weakness’ of prayer. Speaking...

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