A 4 minute plus video of the procession during the
recent "Walk With Mary"
that took place on 7th April.
The "walk" had been preceded by Holy Mass at St Patrick's Cathedral with Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli and was and was followed by Evensong at St Paul's Cathedral with Bishop Lindsay Urwin.
A Two minute video clip of the recent Eucharistic Procession for the Feast of Christ the King
Saturday 24th November, 2018
St Patrick's Cathedral,
Most Rev. Bishop Mark Edwards
Celebration in honour of The Assumption of Our Lady 2022
A Grace Filled Afternoon is keenly anticipated
The First Class Relics of the Great Franciscan Saints St Anthony of Padua and St Francis of Assisi will be present for this day only!
A spiritually rich and beautiful day will be held to honour Our Lady’s Assumption into Heaven. People raved about our last celebration in honour of Our Lady’s Assumption, on just how it was such a magnificent and grace filled occasion, and we are indeed expecting the same this year.
God is increasingly showing us that it is only through Our Lady that He will triumph. Politics have failed, despite the efforts of many dedicated and well meaning people. The time has come for all of us to realise that, as in the past, it will only be through Our Lady, through people turning to Her that the peace that all hearts seek will be found.
Do be part of something great, something much bigger than any of us and indeed all of us. Come and honour Our Lady. Come and be blessed by God. How he showers His blessings on all who honour Our Lady, and seek Her intercession.
Of all the beautiful Feasts in honour of Our Lady this is one of the most beautiful. It tells us of the fidelity of God. How God rewards the virtuous. The more faithful we are to Him in this world the greater will be our glory in Heaven.
Our Lady was absolutely faithful to God and so God gave to Her an absolutely remarkable and unique privilege, that of being assumed body and soul into heaven. That was Her exterior privilege, but it is a sign of an even greater reality: that She is completely filled with the love of God and of the presence of the divinity: Father Son and Holy Spirit. It is Her special role to work tirelessly interceding for us Her children so that we may be united with Her in Heaven there to sing God’s praises for all eternity.
What a blessing to have the First Class relic of the great Apostle of Our Lady, St Louis De Montfort with us for this day only. St Louis De Montfort is one of the most important figures in the history of the Church with regards to devotion to Our Lady. His writings have had a profound effect in the lives of countless devotees to Our Lady. One of his most famous admirers was the Great John Paul II who publicly acknowledged that it was the writing of St Louis De Montfort which inspired him greatly in his Marian devotion.
Many of the great Marian Saints explain that God has entrusted the role of mercy to Mary: to distribute his choicest graces to all who love Her and call upon Her intercession. She is ready to intercede for us but she awaits our response. Please come on this day to receive great blessings from God. Please enlighten many others of the great graces in stall.
We are delighted to announce that Fr Paschal Corby OFM Conventual will be the main celebrant and Br Louis Schmidt will also be present for the afternoon. They will be bringing with them the First Class Relics of St Francis of Assisi, St Anthony of Padua and the great St Maximilian Kolbe.
Sunday 14th August
1:30 PM St Colman's Church
293 Carlisle Street
Feast of The Assumption of Our Lady
Novena to Our Lady of Good Health Vailankanni
Friday 30th August to Saturday 7th September Inclusive.
7.00 pm each night
8th September: Feast of Our Lady of Good Health Vailankanni and
Birthday of the Blessed
Adoration, Prayers, Benediction Holy Mass
Bishop Peter Elliott
Holy Cross Church
293 Glenhuntly Road
Friday 2nd September
Masses and Devotions
For September Only:
The evening Novena will be incorporated into the Novena to Our Lady of Health Vailankanni:
Holy Cross Church
293 Glenhuntly Road
Do come for double blessings!
Saturday 3rd September
Mass and Devotions
Adoration, Prayers as requested by Our Lady of Fatima, Holy Mass.
St Colman's Church
293 Carlisle St , Balaclava
St Colman's Church is at
293 Carlisle Street Balaclava
Tram route 3 and 16 will take you to
St Colman's Church, and stop 39
is right in front of the Church.
which is on the Sandringham line
is just a few minutes walk
from the Church.
St Colman's Church is
and is just a few minutes from both
Dandenong Road and
There is a large carpark at the rear
of the Church.