Calendar and Notices


Liturgical Schedule

Sun 21st January 2018 – Sun 28th January 2018

Sunday 21st
3rd Sunday after the Epiphany, 2cl

Mon 22nd
Ss Vincent and Anastasius, MM, 3cl   

Tue 23rd
St Raymond of PeƱafort, Cf, 3cl
Comm of St Emerentiana, V, M

Wed 24th
St Timothy, Bp, M, 3cl

Thu 25th
Conversion of St Paul, Ap, 3cl
Comm of St Peter, Ap (under one conclusion)

Fri 26th
St Polycarp, Bp, M, 3cl

Sat 27th
St John Chrysostom, Bp, Cf, D, 3cl

Sunday 28th
Septugesima, Sunday, 2cl


             

Notices

 
If you wish to have an Epiphany Blessing for your house before next Sunday, please see Fr Wee or Fr McCaffrey to arrange a time.

This Friday is Australia Day. There will be one mass only that day at 8.30am.

Next Wednesday, 31st January, the Holy Name Men’s Group will meet at 6:30pm for the Rosary followed by BBQ evening at the presbytery at 8 Stuart Rd, Dulwich. (enter from back of car park) BYO meat and drink. All welcome.

Please see the information on the notice boards in the tea-room about purchasing an icon to support Aid to The Church in Need.

Please remember the sick in your prayers, especially Anne Russell, Miki Caputo, and Vincenza Martucci (Ines Barson’s mother). Please remember also the recently deceased and also those whose anniversaries occur about this time. (If you would like to have your deceased loved-ones prayed for during the monthly 1st-Friday mass, please see Fr. Wee to enter their name(s) in our Remembrance Book in the sacristy.)

 Just a reminder that all children need to be accompanied to and from the toilet, ideally by an adult family member. Please be careful of small children when exiting the car park after mass and a reminder to all parents to watch their children after mass. It would be appreciated if you could park at the back of the car park near the creek first and avoid parking in the numbered spaces in front of Ellengowan Hall. There is more car parking available in St Peter’s Street (across Payneham Rd), and also across the creek (off Nelson St). Thank you for your understanding