Gospel Reflection 2016
Sun 13 C
June 25-26 Fr Peter Hoang
ĎJesus resolutely took the road to Jerusalemí this means,
for him, going right into the heart of the matter as well as to the
centre of opposition in order to bring God to the heart of the
matter. The challenge is that it takes suffering and death to defeat
sins and death and to bring about Godís life eternal to all his
creatures. Jesus challenges his disciples and followers to stop
finding excuses and to travel with him on the way to that
[Updated June 24]
Our Vietnamese community will be celebrating Mass at St Johnís as
from next Sunday, 3rd July at 3 pm, due to the construction of the
rebuild at St Josephís, until the church is completed. At this stage
completion is anticipated to be June next year.
Different Vietnamese groups will be using St Johnís facilities for
the hour preceding Mass, that is 2ó3 pm.
* July 15 : Friday. St Josephís fundraising dinner.
Donít forget our big fundraiseróthis time at Anabella Reception,
705-707 Clayton Road, Clayton South. Six-course dinner. Cost is $50
per head and start time is 6.30 for 7.30 pm. Transport can be
arranged if anyone has difficulty getting there. Contact Can Tran or
Fr Peter. Tickets are now available.
* Morning Mass Time Changes
This month (June) we have a significant drop in the number of
priests available to celebrate Mass during the week, so we have
unfortunately had to cut back and run our alternate morning mass
program, as follows ...
Monday: No Parish masses
Tuesday: Collingwood 9 am
Wednesday: Clifton Hill 9.15 am
Thursday: Collingwood 9 am
Friday: Clifton Hill 9.15 am
Saturday: Clifton Hill 8.30 am/Collingwood 9 am
This regime will continue until July 2.
* Christian Meditation
Tuesday mornings in St Johnís Church after morning Mass,
approx 9.45 am for 20 minutes. All welcome. Enquiries Lorenza Nolan on 9386 6198.
Email : email@example.com
FAREWELL MASS FOR BISHOP VINCENT LONG
Wednesday 1 June, 7pm, St Patrickís Cathedral, Cathedral Place, East
The farewell Mass for Bishop Long, who has been appointed Bishop of
Parramatta, will be celebrated by Archbishop Denis Hart at the
Cathedral this Wednesday evening. All welcome.