Prayer Groups

Divine Mercy

On Wednesday evenings between 19h30 and 20h30 we spend an hour of adoration and devotion before the Blessed Sacrament saying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the Divine Mercy Stations of the Cross.
We spend 20 minutes reading from the Diary of St Faustina and talking about what we have read.

If you would like to know more about Divine Mercy, or the weekly adoration at Maryvale Parish, please contact Jimmy Weir  at 071 221 5754


A Prayer Group meets every Thursday at 10h00 in the Philip Erasmé Centre.

The usual order is:

  • Rosary
  • Shared Prayer
  • Intercessions
  • Scripture Readings
  • Sharing

On the First Thursday of the Month  as part of the  Marian Cenacle Movement  we meet in the Church   for the Rosary, Adoration and Benediction .During Lent we meet in the Church for Stations of the Cross

Contact Persons:  Rosanna Bondonna    Adriana Zambon  Maria Birch

All are welcome.

Italian Rosary

The Group meets in the church at 10h30 to recite the Rosary in Italian. During Lent they also join in with the Stations of the Cross

All  who feel more comfortable praying in Italian are  very welcome to join.

Contact Person : Francesca Peroni  011 640 1878

Charismatic Prayer Group

The Charismatic Prayer Group meets in the Parish Centre on Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm, for prayer and sharing.
For more information contact Ike Igbo  or Austine Ogu

Adoration Chapel:

We are fortunate to have a special Adoration Chapel in Maryvale.  The chapel is opened by the sacristans at 6h00 Tuesday and Thursday mornings when there is early morning mass and  at 7h30  on other mornings. It then remains open till 18h00. Parishioners are invited to request an access card from Neja, the Parish Secretary if they wish to make use of this regularly. Otherwise access is available via Neja the  during working hours from 9h00-13h00.

Our ideal is to have someone in attendance at all times.

Stations of the Cross:

Stations of the Cross take place in the Church every Friday evening during Lent at 7.30pm. This is organised by the Knights of da Gama.

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