Although it isn’t possible to have public ceremonies during the Easter Triduum, the Parish Team have created some videos reflecting on the events of this most important week in the Church’s year.
Lenten Reconciliation Service
Fr. David and Fr. Alois have created this video to enable individuals to take a moment to reflect and have a conversion of heart while at home. May it bring you some peace to know that God already knows what is in our hearts and will know that we come to him in repentance and humility to ask for forgiveness and support to change our actions. Please click here.
A short reflection to allow us to sit in adoration of Our Lord on this special Holy Thursday night. Will you stay here and keep watch with me? Please click here.
An alternative washing of the feet ceremony for Maundy Thursday. An evening when we would have remembered the Jewish Passover events and symbolised them by washing another’s feet in service, just as Jesus did. Please click here.
Veneration of the Cross on this Good Friday……. Please click here.
A reflection on the Crucifixion of Our Lord Jesus Christ for Good Friday…….Take the time to reflect on Our Lord’s suffering….. Please click here.
Our Calvary scene outside the church today to remind us of Our Lord’s Suffering and Death….. Holding all our parishioners and friends in prayer today….. Please click here for the photo.
Our Calvary scene moved inside for this evening and tomorrow….. Join us shortly for a prayer around the Cross reflection piece…. Please click here for the photo.
“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”. Jesus’ words on the cross echo in our hearts in these days. These are dark days when fear of illness and death stalk our land, filling the empty streets and deserted public spaces. But hope is not dead. Jesus died on the cross but it was not the end. As Pope Francis said: “with God life never dies”. We must keep hope alive. God has not forsaken us. God has not abandoned us. God does not forget us … God is with us. As we reflect on the Crucifixion of Our Lord, let us gather around an image of the Cross while we continue to pray for Our Lord during this Good Friday…… Please click here.
Holy Saturday / Easter Sunday
The blessing of the Easter fire and Paschal Candle, including a blessing for all Parishioners……Christ has Risen, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!!! Please click here.
Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia, Christ is Risen!!! Please click here.