This Sunday is the beginning of Holy Week, which commences with a feast that celebrates the triumphant arrival of Our Lord, Jesus Christ into Jerusalem.

In our e-newsletter, you will find an important letter by the Chairman of the Finance Committee, Mr. Tony Warnock.

The Mass Livestream problems from last Sunday are fixed and we hope it will keep you connected to the church during this difficult time.

We are reminded by Psalm 91 of the assurance of God’s protection as that "He is our refuge and our fortress in whom we trust".

In closing, Fr Barry reminds us that on Palm Sunday we look towards the cross, reminded of God's immense love for us, and in Jesus sacrificing himself to save us.

God Bless,

Mass livestream

Palm Sunday Mass will be livestreamed from Stella Maris Church at 10.30am.

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During the Holy Triduum, Mass will be livestreamed on Holy Thursday at 7.00pm at Stella Maris Church.

Responding to the crisis

Responding to the crisis

With Sunday Masses suspended at Stella Maris and St Joseph's churches for the foreseeable future, Parish Finances are likely to...

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Psalm 91

Psalm 91

Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.I will say of...

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