Monthly Archives: May 2016

Corpus Christi Bulletin

Today we have our Corpus Christi Mass, Procession, Adoration and Benediction.  What a wonderful way to be with our Lord, and to worship His Real Presence. Here is today’s Gippsland Ordinariate Corpus Christi Bulletin.

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Corpus Christi

The Ordinariate Parish of the Most Holy Family Invites you to  Join the 3rd Annual Corpus Christi Procession Sunday, May 29th 10.00am St Michael’s Catholic Church Heyfield High Mass: 10am Procession starts after Mass:  Procession will be around the Church … Continue reading

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Knox Public Lecture – Abp Mark Coleridge – 2016

From the invitation flyer: Journey and pilgrimage are important themes in Scripture and throughout Christianity. They provide a background for considering Pope Francis’ election in 2013, his decision to convene two Synods in 2014 and 2015, his proclamation of the … Continue reading

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Australia Wide – Mid May – OLSC Newsletter

Here is the latest Newsletter from the Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross AUSTRALIA WIDE. Mid-May. 2016

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Marian Day – Our Lady of Mercy

The Ordinariate parish of the Most Holy Family in Gippsland hosted this year’s Marian Day, in Cowwarr, with the approval of Bp Patirck, Bishop of Sale.  Fr Ken Clark, parish priest of the Ordinariate parish, and Fr Prasanna Costa, assistant … Continue reading

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The Crucible of Love

On Ascension Day, I offered the Sacrifice of the Mass for wonderful couple that celebrated 25 years together. In the giving and receiving of vows, and in marriage a new creation comes into being, one born out of the crucible … Continue reading

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From the Ordinary : Musings 20

Musings 20 May 2016 MUSINGS OF THE ORDINARY (Musings 20) Since Pope Francis released his exhortation “Amoris Laetitia” the “Joy of Love,” the Catholic and secular press have been scrutinising its contents. Some liberal Catholics are awash with glee because … Continue reading

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