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Stations of the Cross - Fridays during Lent at 7pm, followed by Holy Mass

Confessions:
Friday 6-6.50pm;
Saturday 9.40-9.50am & 6-6.20pm and
Sunday 10.30-10.50am & 3.30-4pm.

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St Joseph's is a flourishing inner city parish with many parishoners coming from India, Africa and Europe. The parish serves the spiritual needs of catholic community through daily Holy Mass and Sacraments. It also offers opportunities to deepen one's faith, love and knowledge of God and to get involved with the local community, through prayer, study and joining groups within the parish.

Stations of the Cross - Fridays during Lent at 7pm, followed by Holy Mass

Confessions:
Friday 6-6.50pm;
Saturday 9.40-9.50am & 6-6.20pm and
Sunday 10.30-10.50am & 3.30-4pm.

More about Lent

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Fill in the prayer request form below and your intentions will be included in our daily prayer and placed next to the Blessed Sacrament during Benediction on Sunday afternoon. All requests will be passed to Fr Farrell and kept confidential.

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Our Patron's feast is on Monday March 20th.

There will be a Solemn Mass at 6pm, with the St Philip Neri Singers singing a mass by Victoria, O quam gloriosum with a motet of the same name, followed by supper in the parish hall. Do make a note in your diary.

There will be no 9am Mass that day.

Our Patron's feast is on Monday March 20th.

There will be a Solemn Mass at 6pm, with the St Philip Neri Singers singing a mass by Victoria, O quam gloriosum with a motet of the same name, followed by supper in the parish hall. Do make a note in your diary.

There will be no 9am Mass that day.

Feast of St Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Feast of St Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary
 

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First Holy Communion
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Marriage Preparation Course
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But how does this work out in our prayer, in our private conversations with Jesus, when we talk to him, joke with him, complain to him, are moved by him, fall in love with him, recognise his love for us? Look - he has given us an example...read more

First Holy Communion
Information about the preparation for the First Holy Communion is available here.

Marriage Preparation Course
If you wish to book a place on the upcoming Marriage Preparation Course, please follow this link.

 
 

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How to make a good confession?
Parish groups
 
Diocesan consultation
Holy Rosary