ANNOUNCEMENTS – 29th, 30th and 31st March 2019

on Friday March 29, 2019 by admin

The Wedding Anniversary Mass for March celebrants will be held on Saturday, 30th March at the 6.30 pm mass in the Sacred Heart Church. Celebrants, kindly note that Friday, 29th March is the last day to register your names at the Parish Office.

The First Friday Parish Holy Hour will be held on 5th April at 3.15 pm in the Sacred Heart Church and will be followed by the Stations of the Cross at 4.15 pm.

The Parish Lenten Mission in English led by Rev. Fr. Jose Kannampally, from Potta, Divine Retreat Centre will be held from Monday, 8th April to Thursday, 11th April commencing with the evening mass at 6.00 pm in the Sacred Heart Church. For further details, please refer to the banner in the church compound.

For the Missions in other languages, please refer to the banner displayed in the church compound.

Due to the Malayalam Retreat in the Sacred Heart Church, from Monday, 1st April to Thursday, 4th April, the regular English masses in the evening will take place at Our Lady of Arabia Auditorium.

On Wednesday, 3rd April and 10th April there will be only one English mass in the evening at 5.30 pm followed by the Novena to Perpetual Help. The Way of the Cross will commence after the Novena.

Lenten Alms Envelopes with your contributions can be put in the boxes labelled “Lenten Alms,” which are kept at the entrance of the Sacred Heart Church.

Parishioners are encouraged to make their confession in preparation for the Holy Week while the priests are available in the confessionals.

On Thursday, 2nd May there will be a Malayalam Musical Nite titled “RAGASANDHYA” at Dr. Abdul Kalam Auditorium, Asian School. Tickets are limited and are available in the Church compound. The collection generated will go towards the Cathedral.

Our parish is organizing a 17-day pilgrimage to Europe from the 5th of August. The countries include Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal. Holy sites include St. Peter’s Basilica, St. Paul’s Church, The Catacombs which is the First Christian Cemetery in the world, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Padre Pio, St. Francis of Assisi, Lourdes, Fatima and Avila. An added bonus will be to Lanciano in Italy where the miracle of the Holy Communion took place. Those who need the entire itinerary and Registration Forms, please contact Fr. Xavier, Fr. Darel or the Parish Office at the earliest.

Fr. Xavier D’souza, OFM Cap.
Parish Priest

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