All of our Churches say a Sunday Mass. All are welcome at the Sunday Mass and a period of time for chat and refreshments always follows.
The world is facing a crisis like nothing before. We are united in our battle against this sickness.
Many of you might be trying to think of what you can do.
We urge you to pray for the peoples of the world. The medical professionals, the police, fire services and anyone else working in frontline services. We also urge you to pray for your family, friends, neighbours and all of God’s children all over the world.
Reach out and make contact with people and let them know you are thinking of them and that they are not alone.
In line with guidelines from various governments all over the world. We have suspended all gatherings, pastoral visits(unless urgently needed). Many of us our self isolating.
Please reach out to us through our Facebook Page
We will provide support and spiritual guidance this way until further notice.
God bless you all.
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