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Fri., 8 Dec.: Conception of the BVM
Mass at 7 PM
This festival in honour of the Conception
of the Mother of our Lord is celebrated on
this day in both the Eastern and the Western
Church. This feast, which dates from
the seventh century, marks the dawn of the
New Covenant, celebrating the gracious
preparation by God of his people to receive
their Saviour and Lord, putting ‘heaven in
ordinary’ and showing that mortal flesh
can indeed bring Christ to the world.

Sun., 10 Dec.: Advent 2
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM

Tues., 12 Dec.: Feria: Mass at 7 PM

Wed., 13 Dec.: Feria: Mass at 10 AM

Sun., 17 Dec.: Advent 3
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM

Tues., 19 Dec.: Feria: Mass at 7 PM

Wed., 20 Dec.: Feria: Mass at 10 AM

Sun., 24 Dec.: Advent 4
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM

Mon., 25 Dec.: CHRISTMAS DAY
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM

Tues., 26 Dec.: St. Stephen: Mass at 10 AM
In the Acts of the Apostles, St Stephen is
described as one of the first seven deacons
appointed to care for the widows in the
early Church in Jerusalem. He is the
Church’s proto-martyr, the first to bear witness
to Christ by offering his life. The name
‘Stephen’ means, appropriately, ‘crown’.

Wed., 27 Dec.: St. John: Mass at 10 AM
St John was one of the sons of Zebedee,
along with James, who followed Jesus. He
is described as ‘the disciple whom Jesus
loved’, and was one of the inner circle of
Jesus’ followers who witnessed and shared
in all the major events of our Lord’s ministry.
In both the Gospel that bears his name
and in the epistles credited to him, the
powerful theological concept of the incarnate
Word of God is proclaimed. St John is
believed to have been the only one of our
Lord’s disciples to have lived to old age
and not to have been put to death for his
faith in the One who loved him and the
One whom he loved. It is thought that he
died in Asia Minor.

Thurs., 28: Holy Innocents: Mass at 7 PM
Although there is no historical evidence
outside the Holy Scriptures for the massacre
of the children of Bethlehem by King
Herod, it is an act consistent with his other
misdeeds that are well documented by non-scriptural
sources. Today is a particularly appropriate occasion to
remember all innocent victims of human cruelty.

Sun., 31 Dec.: Christmas 1
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM

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Mon., 1 Jan.: The Naming & Circumcision of Jesus: Mass at 10 AM

Tues., 2 Jan.: St. Seraphim of Sarov: Mass at 7 PM

Wed., 3 Jan.: Feria: Mass at 10 AM

Sat., 6 Jan.: The Epiphany of Our Lord: Mass at 11 AM

Sun., 7 Jan.: Epiphany 1: Baptism of Our Lord
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM


Tues., 9 Jan.: Feria: Mass at 7 PM

Wed., 10 Jan.: William Laud: Mass at 10 AM

Sat., 13 Jan.: St. Kentigern (Mungo): Mass at 11 AM

Sun., 14 Jan.: Epiphany 2
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM


Tues., 16 Jan.: Feria: Mass at 7 PM

Wed., 17 Jan.: St. Anthony of Egypt: Mass at 10 AM

Sun., 21 Jan.: Epiphany 3
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM


Tues., 23 Jan.: Feria: Mass at 7 PM

Wed., 24 Jan.: St. Francis de Sales: Mass at 10 AM

Thurs., 25 Jan.: The Conversion of St. Paul: Mass at 7 PM

Sun., 28 Jan.: Epiphany 4
Masses at 9 AM & 11 AM; EP at 5 PM


Tues., 30 Jan.: Charles Stuart, King & Martyr: Mass at 7 PM

Wed.., 31 Jan.: Charles Mackenzie: Mass at 10 AM

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