Parish Priest: Canon Desmond Berry

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Welcome!

 

St. Joseph and St. Patrick’s is a Roman Catholic community of faith seeking to live the presence of Jesus Christ by the way we worship God, celebrate the sacraments, proclaim the Gospel, and serve one another and our neighbours.

Sunday Masses

Saturday (Vigil) - Mass @ 5pm

Sunday - Mass @ 10am* & 5pm

To attend Sunday Mass you must complete a

Mass Attendance Request at the link https://bit.ly/jpmass

Weekday Masses:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday @ 10am*

*Live-streamed Masses


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Sunday 3rd  October

Saturday Vigil 5pm     People will be notified by text or phone as usual              Reader
Sunday 10am              People will be notified by text or phone as usual              Mary Currie
Sunday 5pm                Group B   

Registering for Sunday Mass. You can register for Sunday Mass at https://bit.ly/jpmass

We are hoping to finalise fixed groups for Saturday 5pm and Sunday 10am Masses over the next week. Details will be issued by email around 3rd October with a view to them starting on the following weekend of 10th October.

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Mission of the Church

The Mission of the Church is given by Our Lord Jesus Christ, as recorded at the close of the Gospel of Matthew; Our Lord says; "go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." (Matthew 28:19)

The Mission of the Church therefore informs every aspect of the work of the Parish.  'Making Disciples' has to therefore be the reason behind all that we do. 

Pope Francis states in his Apostolic Exhortation “The Joy of the Gospel" the following words;

"I dream of a 'missionary option', that is, a missionary impulse capable of transforming everything, so that the Church’s customs, ways of doing things, times and schedules, language and structures can be suitably channelled for the evangelisation of today’s world rather than for her self-preservation. The renewal of structures demanded by pastoral conversion can only be understood in this light."