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Latest Newsletter:

Weekend of 28th and 29th March

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Coming Events:

March

Friday 27th
Mass for CP Mission to Vietnam

Saturday 28th
State Election

Sunday 29th
Palm Sunday and Holy Week

Monday 30th
Reconciliation after Masses
St brigid's School Mass 8.45 am
Vietnamese Reconciliation Service 7pm
Casimir Stations 11.15am

Tuesday 31st
Reconciliation after Masses
St brigid's School Mass 8.45 am
Casimir Stations 11.15am

April

Wednesday 1st April
Reconciliation after Masses
St brigid's School Mass 8.45 am
Vietnamese Stations of the Cross 6pm
No 7pm Mass today

Thursday 2nd
Holy Thursday
St brigid's School Mass 8.45 am
Chrism Mass at the cathedral 10.30 am
Vietnamese Mass 5 pm
Mass of the Lord's Supper

Friday 3rd
Good Friday
Reconciliation 9 am
Stations of the Cross 10 am
Vietnamese Liturgy 11.30 am
Solemn Liturgy 3 pm
Procession of the Dead Jesus 7 pm
Good Friday Procession

Saturday 4th
Holy Saturday
Reconciliation 9 am
Vietnamese Liturgy 12 pm
Reconciliation 4 pm
Easter Vigil and Refreshments 7 pm

Sunday 5th
Easter Sunday
Masses 7.30 am, 9 am, 10.30 am
Vietnamese Mass 4.30 pm
No 6 pm Mass

Monday 6th
Easter Monday
Public Holiday
Mass 9 am

Friday 9th
Multifaith Roundtable and meeting with Asylum Seekers Centre, Newtown 2 pm

Saturday 10th
Men's Club (Pie and Home Brew Night) 7.30 pm

Monday 13th – Wednesday 16th
Passionist Assembly

Saturday 19th
Marrickville Remembers 100 Years of Gallipoli: Marrickville Road closed all day for Street Procession from 9.30 am

Sunday 20th
3rd Sunday of Easter

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Our Mission

St Brigid's is a
Christ-centered
Eucharistic community
in which people of many cultures worship God and inspire each other to live
the Gospel message.

 

Passionist Family Groups - 20 years at St. Brigid's!!!
Vocations Discernment

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What is a Passionist Family Group?
Is it a social, religious or lay movement?

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What are you looking for?
What is your passion in life?
How is God calling you to live your life?

* Why not check out the website of Catholic Vocations Ministry Australia - here you can find out about how to discern God's call - whether it be to married life, single life, or as a priest, brother or sister.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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