Lent - Holy Week
Palm Sunday recalls an event in the Christian Scripture (The New Testament) of Jesus entering into Jerusalem and being greeted by the people waving palm branches. For Christians, it is a reminder of the welcoming of Jesus into our hearts and of our willingness to follow him.
Good Friday commemorates Jesus' suffering and death on the cross; it is traditionally a day of sorrow, penance, and fasting. Holy Saturday, also called Easter Vigil, is the traditional end of Lent. Easter Sunday is the celebration of Jesus' Resurrection, according to the Gospels, on the third day after his crucifixion.
ADVENT & CHRISTMAS 2022
Month of the Holy Souls
November is the month when we pray for the faithful departed.
During November, we will offer a prayer bouquet collectively for all our departed family and friends at the Wednesday evening Mass.
all saints day
Celebration of All Saints Day moved this year and will be Sunday 31st October 2021 instead of 1st November 2021.
All souls' day
THE ASSUMPTION OF
THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
The Solemnity of the Assumption, is in some ways, the paramount feast of Our Lady, since it commemorates her passing, body and soul, into the glory of Heaven, where she stands beside her Son "in garments of gold". The Blessed Virgin truly leads the way; she fulfilled her vocation in humility and, given her Immaculate Conception, the grave was no place for her body.
15th August 2021
CORPUS CHRISTI - 6 June 2021
May The Month of Mary
Dedication to our Blessed Mother Mary.
Since May is especially dedicated to Blessed Mary, grow your devotion through the Rosary, Novenas and reading about Mary