Weekly Bulletin

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A, 25th June

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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time 

Cycle A

 

 

WEEKDAY MASSES: Mon-Thu at 8.00 am, Fri 7.40am and Saturday 8.00am 

Weekday Public Holidays at 9.00am

 

WEEKEND MASSES:   

Saturday 5.30pm and Sunday 7.30am, 10.00am and 3.00pm (in Zulu/Sotho)

CONFESSIONS: Saturday: 8.30–9.00am, 4.30pm-5.15pm, & anytime on request.

 

READINGS: 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A: p. 963 in the Daily Missal and p. 348 in the Sunday Missal.

 

MARRIAGES: 6 months’ notice is required, and the marriage preparation course is available both in person or online. Couples must make an appointment to see Fr Joe.

 

BAPTISMS: Parents and Godparents are required to attend the online preparation before the Sacrament is administered.
Please contact the Parish Office to book.

 

Congratulations to: Hunter, son of Dean & Caitlin Rawlins, who was  Baptised last Sunday.

 

Second Collection weekend: Peter’s Pence


PARISH DIARY

 

Sunday 25 June 

11.00am: Coffee and boerewors rolls on sale

5.00pm: Youth Mass

 

Tuesday, 27 June

10.00am: Rosary in the Church

 

Wednesday, 28 June

8.00am: Mass followed by Holy Hour with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, prayers and meditation.

 

Saturday, 1 July

08.30am: Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

 

The Youth & Young Adults team will be selling coffee and boerewors next Sunday 25 June after the 10am mass. Your support is greatly appreciated.

 

Parish Poverty Relief collection this weekend: The Parish Poverty Relief Project collection will take place this weekend 24/25 June. Non-perishable foods or cash for the Holy Rosary Parish in Ivory Park will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your valued support.

 

The Divine Mercy Catholic Church, 153 Van Dalen Street South, Ruimsig: Mass times: Wed, Fri and Sun at 9am. Confessions: Sat 9.00am to 9.30am

 

 

Online Bible Study: The book of John: Online bible study on the book John. Every 2nd Thursday at 7pm online, discussions on all the nuances of the book of John. All welcome! No pressure to come every week, join when you can. Come and spend an hour with us listening to God’s word. Contact Taryn on 0833601636 or email  taryn.cronje@gmail.com to sign up.

 

Are you interested in finding out more about what Catholics believe? Are you married to a Catholic and want to find out more? The next Adult Instruction Course will be starting on Tuesday 18 July 2023 and will be engaging both in-person and zoom online platform. Open to all who are over the age of 21 who are considering being received into the Catholic Church. The course runs for 10 months. For further information, please email: RCIA@bryanstoncatholic.co.za

 

Our Parish SPRED Community (Special Religious Educational Development), for members of the Parish with intellectual or physical disabilities, is looking for a faith companion for one of our friends. No prior training and knowledge or experience is needed – only one’s presence and love. We invite anyone who is interested to join us at our next session in August to see what we are all about. Contact Lara at larad@harding.co.za  / 0716873372 

 

Reluctant Prophet (Tributes to Albert Nolan OP): Saturday, 1 July from 2.30pm – 4.30pm at the Cedar Park Maronite Church Hall. Address:  118 Western Service Road, Woodmead, Sandton.To assist catering, please RSVP by 27 June to Kirstie: k.urquhart@staugustine.ac.za.


Church Banking Details

Account name: 

BRYANSTON CATHOLIC CHURCH

Bank:   STANDARD BANK

Account no.: 02 339 042 5         

Branch:  FOURWAYS 

Code:   009953

 

 

 

VOCATION REFLECTION:

Let no one intimidate you. If you are being called to the priesthood or religious life, have courage. The Lord is with you. (Mt  10:26-33)

 

PRAYER AGAINST CRIME

LORD GOD, from the depths of our hearts, we pray that you will comfort, heal and bless all the victims of crime.  We pray too that you will protect all people from the evil of crime and violence.  We pray especially for the conversion of all criminals – remove all evil from their hearts and fill them with your goodness and love, that they may cease their evil works and that our city and our land may be freed from the scourge of crime and violence.  We pray also for the grace to purge ourselves of all violence in our own thoughts and actions, in our family life, in our friendships and in our relationships with others.  We make our prayer through Christ our Lord. AMEN.

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