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ST AGNES PARISH BULLETIN 30TH JANUARY 2022.. 4TH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

ST AGNES’ PARISH NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF LOURDES3rd – 11th FEBRUARY 2022 Preacher:Fr Laurence Gallagher C.Ss.R Mass Times:Sunday: 9.30am & 12.30pmMonday to Friday: 10am & 7pmSaturday: 1pm & 6.30pm (Vigil ALL NOVENA SESSIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON-LINE THROUGH THE PARISH WEBCAM NOVENA PRAYERS PRAYER OF INTERCESSION Ever Immaculate Virgin, Mother of Mercy, health of […]

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ST AGNES PARISH BULLETIN 23RD JANUARY 2022..THIRD SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

First Reading: Nehemiah 8: 2-4a, 5-6, 8-10Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 19: 8, 9, 10, 15Second Reading: First Corinthians 12: 12-30 or First Corinthians 12: 12-14, 27Alleluia: Luke 4: 18Gospel: Luke 1: 1-4; 4: 14-21 ST AGNES’ PARISH NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF LOURDES3rd – 11th FEBRUARY 2022 Preacher:Fr Laurence Gallagher C.Ss.R. Mass Times:Sunday: 9.30am & 12.30pmMonday to Friday: 10am & 7pmSaturday: […]

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ST AGNES PARISH BULLETIN 16TH JAN 2022. SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

First ReadingIsaiah 62:1-5God delights in Israel and will rejoice as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride. Responsorial PsalmPsalm 96:1-2,2-3,7-8,9-10A song in praise of God’s marvelous deeds Second Reading1 Corinthians 12:4-11All spiritual gifts originate from the same Spirit. Gospel ReadingJohn 2:1-11Jesus performs his first sign at a wedding feast in Cana. . COLLECTION The weekly collection for […]

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ST AGNES CHRISTMAS BULLETIN 2021

 CHRISTMAS MASSES As the capacity of our Church continues to be limited by social distancing requirements, unfortunately this year again it will not be possible to accommodate the larger numbers wishing to attend Mass at Christmas. We urge you to carefully consider whether or not you should attend Mass this Christmas, particularly if you are in […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 19th December 2021 4TH SUNDAY OF ADVENT

 Pause for Thought “Mary set out and went as quickly as she could,” to meet her cousin Elizabeth. We hear of Mary going out of her way and how she is driven by desire to meet Elizabeth. Mary wants to share her joy with Elizabeth. Mary also want to see with her own eyes the […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 12th December 2021 GAUDETE SUNDAY

REJOICE!   The Third Sunday of Advent is Gaudete Sunday, the ‘pink candle’ Sunday, the Sunday we light the pink candle on the Advent wreath. Gaudete is the imperative plural form of the Latin verb gaudere (to rejoice). It is a command ordering us to rejoice! In these days of penance and preparation leading up […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 5th December 2021 2ND SUNDAY OF ADVENT

  Sunday 5th December 2021 – 2nd Sunday of Advent The Synod on Synodality: Preparing to journey together Pope Francis has called the entire People of God to journey together! This invitation isn’t just for Bishops or Clergy it is an invitation to every Baptised person – all the People of God. The Synodal process […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin Sunday 28th November 2021 1ST SUNDAY OF ADVENT

Sunday 28th November 2021 – 1st Sunday of Advent The Synod on Synodality: Preparing our hearts and minds Pope Francis has invited every Diocese around the world to participate in the Universal Synod on Synodality. This Synod is a process of journeying together. As the Church, we will listen to each other, dialogue with each […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 21st November 2021 CHRIST THE KING

 SUNDAY MASSES 9.30am 12.30pm  WEEKDAY MASSES Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday  10.00am SATURDAY MASSES 1pm 6.30pm Vigil         GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDING MASS IN AGNES’ • The wearing of face coverings while entering, leaving and moving around a church is MANDATORY The Diocese strongly recommends that face coverings be worn throughout liturgical celebrations, even when […]

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St Agnes Parish Bulletin 14th November 2021

GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDING MASS IN AGNES’ • The wearing of face coverings while entering, leaving and moving around a church is MANDATORY The Diocese strongly recommends that face coverings be worn throughout liturgical celebrations, even when seated. • The seating capacity of the Church is 120-150 • Observe social distancing and use the sanitizer at the Church Entrance; • When […]

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