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Bulletin 2022 11 06 – Solemnity of All Saints Cycle C

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Bulletin – Solemnity of All Saints Cycle C

WEEKDAY MASSES: Communion Services from Monday7th to Friday 11th November.

Saturday 8.00am Mass.


Mass Time Change From the 1st Sunday of Advent (26th November, 2022), the Saturday evening Mass will begin at 5.30pm.

Saturday 6.00pm and Sunday 7.30am, 10.00am and 3.00pm (in Zulu/Sotho)

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

READINGS:  Solemnity of All Saints,

Cycle C: p. 1796 in the Daily Missal and

p. 1061 in the Sunday Missal.

Liturgical Calendars & Bible Diaries for 2023, and votive candles to pray for our deceased loved ones are now available and on sale from the Repository.

CHRISTMAS MARKET: A great big thank you to all our parishioners, volunteers and the many who donated cakes to our Pensioners and Children’s Cake sale. Your generosity and support towards our Christmas Market is greatly appreciated.


Saturday, 5 November

6.00pm. Mass – Feast of All Saints

Sunday, 6 November

7.30am. Mass – Feast of All Saints

10.00am. Mass – Commemoration of the Faithful Departed. We remember all of our parish who passed away in the last 12 months and members of their families will light a candle to pray for the repose of their souls. All welcome.
3.00pm. Mass – Feast of All Saints

Monday, 7 November

8.00am. Communion Service in the church

Tuesday, 8 November

8.00am. Communion Service in the church.
10.00am.  Rosary in the Church. All welcome.

Wednesday, 9 November

8.00am. Communion Service.in the church followed by Holy Hour with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, prayers and meditation.

Thursday, 10 November

8.00am. Communion Service in the church.

Friday, 11 November

7.40am. Communion Service in the church.

Saturday, 12 November

8.00am  Mass
. Young Adults Group – Meeting in the Parish Centre.

1.30pm. Bryanston Parish Ladies High Tea in the Hall.

Bryanston Parish Ladies High Tea: 

The CWL will be hosting a High Tea at the parish hall on Saturday 12 November 2022 from 1.30pm to 5.00pm. Join us for an afternoon packed with fun, entertainment and delicious treats. The CWL ladies selling tickets after all Masses. 

November 12/13 World Day of Prayer of the Poor and Caritas Day: Pope Francis calls us to be in relationship with all our brothers and sisters and attend Mass to participate in the World Day of Prayer of the Poor and bring gifts of non-perishable food for Christmas Hampers at the time of the Offertory during weekend masses. Tinned items such as sardines, beans, corned beef, vegetables, pilchards, meatballs, fruit. Mealie meal, sugar, peanut butter, rice, jam, Oros, cooking oil, jelly powder, toilet paper, Sunlight green soap, dishwashing liquid, tea, powdered milk, biscuits, face cloths, body soap.

Annual Christmas Present Drive: It is that time again to share the joy of Christ’s birth with underprivileged children all over Gauteng. The tags with ages will be on the Christmas tree for the next few weeks. Your generosity will be appreciated. Please stick the tag onto your gift and return it to the boxes in the foyer. The past few years have truly reflected our Parish’s heart-felt support and we trust this year will be the same. 

Please no battery-operated toys and a new toy please, for the dignity of the child.

SSVP Christmas Care Pack Appeal:

Please could you assist our appeal for our St Vincent de Paul children in Diepsloot with the following items in a Zip lock bag or R100 cash donation:

– Toothbrush – Toothpaste – Facecloth

– Bar of soap – Please label your donation “SSVP Christmas” and drop them at the Parish office during office hours or with an SSVP member at Mass.

Church Banking Details

Account name:



Account no.: 02 339 042 5

Branch:  FOURWAYS 

Code:     009953

Snapscan: Scan this QR Code to make your donation.  Enter the amount you want to pay.  Confirm payment with your 4-digit PIN.

PIOUS LISTS: During the month of November, every Mass is celebrated for the repose of the souls of all on the pious lists.   You are invited to take a form, fill in the names of your deceased family and friends and return it with your offering to the Parish Office or place in the collection.


Let us pray that the Word of the Lord will make progress. Let us pray for an increase in vocations to priesthood and religious life.

(2 Thessalonians 2:16-3:5)


Gracious God,
we thank you for all those who have served you well, and now rest from their labours. We thank you for all the saints remembered and forgotten, for those dear souls most precious to us. We thank you for their life and love and rejoice for them that all is well.
Lord God,
mindful of all those saints who have gone on ahead of us, teach us to follow their example to the best of our ability, to feed the poor in body or spirit, to support and comfort the mourners and the repentant, to encourage the meek and stand with them in crises, to affirm those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, to cherish and learn from the merciful, to be humbled by, and stand with, the peacemakers.
Let us recognize what it means to be called the children of God, and to know we are called to be your saints.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.  Amen.

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