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Gippsland Ordinariate Update

It has been a while since I have last written anything on this blog.  Over four months and a  lot has happened in that time.  As you doubt are aware we have a small Parish here in Gippsland.   My wife, … Continue reading

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A Day with Mary

The editor of Into the Deep, a monthly Catholic newsletter, wrote the following about the Day with Mary that we had on the on 13 May 2017. The Ordinariate Parish of the Most Holy Family hosted “A Day with Mary” … Continue reading

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A Day with Mary – Centenary of the First Apparition at Fatima

Ordinariate Parish of the Most Holy Family Come Spend a Day with Our Lady, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Saturday, May 13th 9.00am St Brigid’s Church, Cowwarr 9.00am: Fatima Prayers & Rosary 9.00am – 10.30am: Confession available 10.00am: Morning Tea:  … Continue reading

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Gippsland Ordinariate Bulletin

I am trying something new this week and sharing the Sunday Bulletin for the Gippsland Ordinariate Group.  Hopefully, people will get to see, and share, what we are about, and find somethiing to read, and grow deeper in love with … Continue reading

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Easter Services: Gippsland Ordinariate

LENT: Ash Wednesday: 1st March: Cowwarr: St Brigid’s Catholic Church 10.00: Mass & Adoration 6.30pm: Mass Stations of the Cross: Fridays during Lent 6.30pm: Heyfield: St Michael’s Catholic Church HOLY WEEK & EASTER Maundy Thursday: 13th April: Cowwarr 12 hr … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings and times

For all of the friends of the Gippsland Ordinariate those who are near, and those who are far away, this year has been rich in blessings of many kinds. Our missal is one year old, and it forms and shapes … Continue reading

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Musings of the Ordinary 24

Advent is soon with us, and our Ordinary, Msgr Harry Entwistle gives us a reminder, in his latest musings that: The liturgical colour used in Advent may well be penitential purple, but the anticipatory atmosphere of celebration turns it into a period of … Continue reading

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