• LAST WEEKEND’S COLLECTIONS
    •  Collections           R 7 848,45   Planned Giving R 2 950,00  Southern Cross R      80,00

 

  •  RCIA – The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a process for prospective converts to Catholicism or for those adult Catholics who have not yet received the Sacrament of Confirmation. Classes takes place every Sunday at 09h00 in the Leslie Johnson Memorial Centre. 
  • SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL – Urgently calling on all interested persons who would be willing to serve in the SVP. Please contact Stephen Penso on 021 425 4115 or 083 994 3807. 
  • ECCLESIAAre we brave enough to examine our history? We do need to be! Please join us as we look back at 200 years of the Catholic Church in Southern Africa. To join an Ecclesia group for the four weeks, please contact Ninette Irakoze 0739632556, Margie Cook 0824618607 or Michael Baker 0824938493
  • CHRISTOPHER WEST International speaker on God, Love, Life and Sex will be presenting an evening Seminar on 11th September at the 18h00 Holy Mass at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Rondebosch.  Tickets are R60 per person, buy online.  org.za or 078 534 0386 for more information.
  • COVENANT MASS – The monthly Covenant Mass will be celebrated on Monday, 18th September at the Villa Maria Shrine at 19h30. All are most encouraged to attend.
  • BAPTISM – The Next Date for Baptism is 01st October at 10h00 Holy Mass. Parents and guardians please register your children for baptism through the Cathedral Office before then.
  • THE SOUTHERN CROSS How Catholic Church came to SA; Men proposed to girlfriend before the Pope; Archbishop: “Hate speech is vocal porn”; To do mission like the Apostles; Who are the people in your parish?; THIS WEEK’S EDITORIAL: A liturgical peace.
  • THE BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA – The Next Bi-Centennial Celebration takes place on Sunday, 17th September will be FESTIVAL OF NATIONS at Our Lade Help of Christians Parish in Lansdowne. Let’s come together to worship our Lord from 12h30 with Holy Mass at 13h00 in different languages after Mass the Festival continues in the Hall and gardens  Come traditionally dressed and bring your own traditional food – Tea and coffee.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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