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Weekdays : 9.15 AM.
Saturday : 10AM
Vigil : Saturday 6.00pm
Sunday :10.30 AM, 12 .00 & 6 PM.
Holy Days: 10.30 AM and 7.30PM
Morning Prayer and Adoration:
10.30 am to 11.30am
Special Monthly Masses
Alliance of Two Hearts - Every 1st Friday at 7.30 pm (Mass with anointing of the sick)
St. Peregrines - Every 1st.Monday at 7.30 pm (Blessing with his relic)
Parish Office hours:
10 am to 1 pm
(Monday – Friday)
Today, May 30, we celebrate the feast day of *Saint Joan of Arc* (1412-1431), virgin martyr of the Church, and patron saint of France. Joan (born Johanne) was the fifth child of pious peasant landowners. The family was poor, but able to survive with the children working. Joan never learned to read or write, but was […]
Today, May 29, we celebrate the feast of *St. Maximinus of Trier*, Bishop of Trier, Germany, from 332, a miracle worker and an ardent and courageous opponent of Arianism, fourth-century heresy that denied the divinity of Jesus Christ. Maximinus was born at Silly and he left for Trier early in his life, drawn by the […]
Today, May 28, we celebrate the feast day of *Saint Bernard of Montjoux* (923-1008), the patron saint of skiers, alpinists, hikers, and travellers in the mountains, and minister to Alpine travellers for over 40 years. He is remembered for his devotion to the Lord, and tireless preaching of His word to travellers, living and working […]
After his resurrection, at the moment in which he returned to his Father, Jesus pours out the Spirit upon his disciples and makes them sharers in his own mission. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the disciples went out on the first Pentecost Sunday and began to preach the Good News to peoples from […]
At this time of uncertainty, I am no different from the rest of the world. This is the time our prayers and focus to our faith play so much of how it shapes our lives. Who would have thought that a microscopic viral being could bring humanity to its knees? We have no way of […]
Today, May 27, we celebrate the feast of *Saint Augustine of Canterbury* called the “Apostle of England,” and the eventual first Archbishop of Canterbury. He is not be confused with the earlier St. Augustine of Hippo, the famous author of the “Confessions” and “City of God.” The work of Saint Augustine of Canterbury is widely regarded […]