Parish Newsletter – 09 Apr 2020

St Boniface Parish Newsletter

Dear brothers and sisters,

Today we begin the most important three days of our spiritual time in this year- Paschal Triduum ( Lord's Last Supper, Good Friday and Resurrection of the Lord).

Today at 7pm, May I request to you all to join spiritually with the the whole parish as we celebrate the Lord's Last Supper. Everything will be as usual except we cant be physically present as a parish family. We shall send you a link by 6.30pm. You can click the link and watch the live streaming of the service via youtube. Please forward the link to all your friends and family so that they too can watch the live streaming.

The service will start at 7pm. As you cant be present physically for the washing of the feet, you may join us spiritually. There will be one chair placed in the sanctuary for you to present spiritually and be part of the washing of the feet. Or the eldest in the family may wash the feet of another person before you have your meal today. Washing of the feet symploses that we all share in the priesthood of the Lord and give all our life for the service of together.

After the Mass, as the Lord asks of us to Keep Watch and Pray, the blessed sacrament will be exposed and we will spend some time in prayer with the Lord. Watch and pray will conclude with night prayer by 8.45pm.

Please find the link for the files for today's Mass and night prayer. Maundy Thursday

For night Prayer Munady Thursday night prayer

There will be morning prayer tomorrow at 10am on Good Friday. Please find the link for it. Please join us. Good Friday Lauds

Please find the link for the service sheet for 3pm service for Good Friday. Good Friday

Easter Triduum at St Boniface

Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7pm on Thursday followed by watch and pray ( Exposition of the blessed Sacrament and conclude with night prayer 8.30pm) Good Friday: Passion of the Lord at 3pm, Stations of the Cross at 7pm Easter Vigil at 7pm Easter Sunday Mass at 10am

Continue to pray for the parish, the sick and front line workers. Please keep us in your prayers. We continue to keep you in our prayers.

Be assured of my prayers
Fr Shaju

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