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Fr Nicholas Rynne: Extraordinary Form @ 7pm

Sunday Mass Live streams (Palm Sunday)

Fr Matthew Solomon, Fr Nicholas Rynne and Deacon Conti

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Fr Matthew Solomon
Fr Nicholas Rynne (Latin Mass)
Consecration to the Immaculate Heart

Podcast of the Homily

Consecration of our Parish to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Act of Consecration

O Mary, Virgin most powerful and Mother of Mercy, Queen of Heaven and Refuge of Sinners, we consecrate ourselves to thy Immaculate Heart. We consecrate to thee our very being and our whole life: all that we have, all that we love, all that we are. To thee we give our bodies, our hearts, and our souls; to thee we give our homes, our families and our country. We desire that all that is in us and around us may belong to thee and may share in the benefits of thy motherly blessing. And, that this act of consecration may be truly fruitful and lasting, we renew this day at thy feet the promises of our Baptism and our First Holy Communion. We pledge ourselves to profess courageously and at all times the truths of our holy Faith, and to live as befits Catholics, who are submissive to all directions of the Pope and the bishops in communion with him. We pledge ourselves to keep the Commandments of God and His Church, in particular to keep holy the Lord’s Day. We pledge ourselves to make the consoling practices of the Christian religion, and above all, Holy Communion, an important part of our lives, in so far as we shall be able to do. Finally, we promise thee, O glorious Mother of God and loving Mother of men, to devote ourselves wholeheartedly to the spreading of devotion to thy Immaculate Heart, in order to hasten and assure, through the queenly rule of thy Immaculate Heart, the coming of the kingdom of the Sacred Heart of thy adorable Son, in our own hearts and in those of all men, in our country, and in all the world, as in Heaven, so on earth. Amen.

Podcast of the Consecration

UPDATES: Palm Sunday

Dear Parishioners,

Great News: Live-Streaming is Officially Here!

The 10am Mass will be live-streamed. The stream will appear on our web page. No need to log-in/ log-on or remember any passwords. It will stream right to the page you are now on! Mass will also be celebrated at 8.30am- but NOT live-streamed. We don’t have the resources for two masses at the moment.

Palms on Palm Sunday (Please read carefully and note the times and dates)

Palms will available this Sunday. Containers will be left outside the parish church at 12pm Saturday April 4 for anyone wanting to donate palms.

Palms will be blessed at the 10am Mass and left outside the Church at 12pm on Sunday April 5. You can pick up your palms after that time on Sunday.

Please do not congregate outside as we all risk being fined.

Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

After the 11.30am we will be consecrating the parish to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. This will be part of the live-stream and will take place at the end of Mass.

Qualcosa in Italiano

Sulla nuova pagina Facebook, faremo mettere ogni giorno il santo che si festeggia. Lo faremo in Inglese e in Italiano. Seguiteci sulla nuova pagina, il link si trova in fondo a questa pagina. Un caro abbraccio. Don Matteo

Weekly Activities at All Hallows’

Even though our weekly schedule has been changed. Here are a few of the things that we are doing each day for you:

Sunday: Mass at 8.30am and 10am

Monday: Mass at 8.00am
Tuesday: Mass at 8.00am and 7.00pm

Wednesday: Mass at 8.00am
Adoration at 8.30-9.30
Mass at 7.00pm

Thursday: Mass at 8.00am and 7.00pm

Mass at 8.00am
Stations of the Cross at 8.30am
Mass at 7.00pm

Saturday: Mass at 8.00am and 11.00am

We have a daily blog of what is happening in the parish. For all updates please click on this link:

Please take note that we have a new Facebook page. Please click on the link and like the page to follow what is being uploaded for your spiritual formation. Please note that the old page is going to be discontinued.

The 10am Sunday Mass homily can be found at the following link, and below.

All God’s blessings

Fr Matthew, Fr Nicholas and Deacon Conti