Extraordinary moments – Coronavirus pandemic

It is a great sadness for us all that we cant have public Mass celebrated as a parish family. But in this extraordinary most painful and difficult moments in history, we are called to change our normal routines and regular patterns of life for the greater good of the communities we live in and, in particular, to protect the most vulnerable within our parish and society.

Even if you cant receive communion, be in spiritual communion with the parish as a private Mass is celebrated every day at 10am in the Church for you and most welcome to spend a little time in prayers in front of the blessed sacrament as there will be Exposition from 10:30am-8pm everyday.

Please take seriously the advice of the government and the medical people. It is not just about ourselves, it is all about to safe lives. It will bring great joy if we can save one life. But think about the opposite...what about if one dies because of our carelessness.

We have to walk as family mindful of others united in prayer. Please check in your area who are housebound. If anyone needs help in shopping or meal, please let the parish know about it. Please phone often and find out how the elderly and vulnerable people whom you know or/and who are in your area. Please see next page for more information about our parish life in relation to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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