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Bulletin 2022 02 20 7th Sunday OT Cycle C

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7th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY

TIME, Cycle C

WEEKDAY MASSES: (No booking needed.) Mon – Thur 8.00am, Fri 7.40am, Sat 8.00am.

WEEKEND MASSES: No booking needed! Saturday 6.00pm and Sunday 7.30am and 10.00am

CONFESSIONS: Saturday: 8.30–9.00 am, 5.00 pm-5.45 pm, anytime on request

READINGS: 7th Sunday in ordinary time, Cycle C:  Sunday Missal on p.899 and in the Daily Missal on p.850

BAPTISMS: The preparation course for parents and godparents takes place online. Please contact parish office to book and more details.

MARRIAGES:  6 months’ notice is required and the marriage preparation course is available online. It is customary that marriages do not take place in Lent. Couples must make an appointment to see Fr Keith to book.

Connect groups:  contact Premie Naidoo on 083 236 2403.

PARISH  DIARY

Sunday, 20th February 2022

10.00am Childrens liturgy Emmaus Centre

Tuesday, 22nd February

7.00pm  – Adult instruction class online

7.30 pm.  Alpha course starts online This consists of 11 weeks meeting via zoom at 7.30pm every Tuesday. The link to register is on the parish website and in the parish newsletter.

Wednesday, 23rd February

8.00am – Mass. After the Mass, we will have Holy Hour with prayers and meditations during the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

Thursday, 24th February

6.00pm Parish Pastoral Council meeting in the Emmaus Centre

7.00pm  Alpha Youth Online is starts via Zoom. Registration has already opened. The link can be found in the newsletter and on the Parish website.

Saturday, 25th February

9.00am–1.00pm  GriefShare in the Catechetical Centre.  For info call Trudy Kühl at 011 469 0355 or 083 242 6887 or ekuhl.kuhl@gmail.com.

Sunday, 27th February

Catholic Women’s Leage will hold a booksale from 8.30 to 11.30am

Ash Wednesday, 2nd March, 2022.

Mass times: 6.30am, 8.00am, 10.00am, 6.30pm.

“I know the Plans I have for You”

is the theme for Women’s World Day of Prayer 2022. Our parish is hosting and all are invited on Friday 4th March at 10.00am in the Church to celebrate prayer and unity in Christ!

SYNOD Listening Circles.

We are all called to contribute to making our local, national, and global church better and to raise awareness about the things that we feel strongly about, so have YOUR say about YOUR CHURCH!

The topics cover parish issues, marginalized groups and special interest topics. There are 14 different topics, have a look at the parish website for details and the questions that will be covered at https://www.bryanstoncatholic.co.za or via the Parish App.

You can participate by 1) joining a Listening Circle Group on a specific topic by emailing your group choice to alanteec1@gmail.com and the group facilitator will let you know when that group is running. OR 2) by making a written submission by picking up a response questionnaire after the 26 February Saturday evening Mass or, 27 February after the Morning Masses. Tables will be set up outside the church. The Parish Finance Committee will report on our finances at the weekend Masses on 26/27 Feb. We will also ask you to dedicate yourself to our parish.

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Church Banking Details

Bank:   STANDARD BANK

Branch: FOURWAYS CROSSING Code: 009953

Account name:  BRYANSTON CATHOLIC CHURCH

Account no.:     02 339 042 5

VOCATION REFLECTION: The Lord calls us to be merciful as our God is merciful.  The Lord calls us to do God’s will.  Pray for vocations to priesthood and religious life.  (Luke 6:27-38)

PRAYER AGAINST CORRUPTION

Lord, we present our country South Africa before you. We exalt and bless your name
for all the blessings, graces and love
that you have given to us as a nation.
Our country is now weighed down by many social, political and economic problems.
We pray for a spirit of conversion
in our nation and its leadership;
that all hearts may turn away from greed and corruption and work for justice and peace. Protect those who speak out against greed, patronage and corruption; give them the wisdom and courage to be the voice of the marginalised. Renew our nation and its leadership by the light of the Gospel. Help us to live out the values of your kingdom. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.

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