Mass & Confession Times
RESOURCES AND PRAYERS TO HELP YOU CELEBRATE YOUR FAITH AT HOME ON THIS MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND
1. During this current provincial lock down, you can access the latest online Sunday Mass celebrated by Bishop Colli by clicking on the “This Weekend” tab on the left.
Also remember to click on these links below …
6. Click on the designated page on the left to access dozens of “Archived Quizzes” (for ADULTS and for CHILDREN).
7. Select and read the archived Faith-based “Covid Responses”, by clicking on the designated page on the left.
MASS TIMES ON THE LORD’S DAY
WEEKDAY MASS TIMES
Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 am (all Masses postponed at this time)
Holiday Mondays & Statutory Holidays: 12:10 pm
(We pray the Rosary together before Mass)
WEEKDAY MASS TIMES DURING LENT
Monday: 12:10 pm
Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 am
(We pray the Rosary together before the 9:00 am Mass)
(The Way of the Cross is prayed privately this year)
INDIVIDUAL WEEKLY CONFESSIONS (postponed at this time)
Weekly Confessions: Every Saturday (except Holy Saturday): 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm
Penitential Celebrations: Two are celebrated each year, in Advent and in Lent
MASSES & DEVOTIONS ON THE FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH
First Friday Masses are postponed at this time.
Masses in honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus: 9:00 am ONLY
Exposition of the Eucharist and Adoration: (postponed until further notice)
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament: (postponed until further notice)
FIRST SATURDAY MASS & ANOINTING OF THE SICK
First Saturday Masses and the Anointing of the Sick are postponed until further notice.
Mass in honour of the Immaculate Heart of Mary with the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick: (postponed until further notice)
CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE MASSES
(Masses Postponed until further notice but Virtual Meetings continue on ‘Zoom’)
Four General Meetings are held each year on the first Sunday of the months of March, May, September and November after the 10:30 am Sunday Mass.
MEDITATION, PRAYER & REFLECTION IN OUR PRAYER GARDENS
The Prayer Gardens are now closed to the public during this pandemic and until further notice.
These Prayer Gardens which are adjacent to the Cathedral are ideal places for private prayer, quiet reflection and rest.