Dear Friends following Remembrance Sunday last week we have Covenant Mass this Sunday, 18th November 2018 at 7.30pm at the Shrine. Our young people are preparing the Mass for us and St Edmund’s Music Group will be playing during Mass. We look forward to seeing you. Please bring donations of non perishable foods, warm wooly hats, scarves,glovEs and socks for our food bank. We look forward to welcoming you.
Today is Schoenstatt’s ‘birthday’, 18th October 1914. Tonight we celebrate our covenant Mass at the Shrine starting at 7.30pm with a procession to the Shrine and the renewal of out Covenant. Each of us is called to be an Apostle of the Covenant bringing the good news of our love of Mary and that the Mother of God and our mother leads us to Christ. We want to explore what are the virtues of a missionary disciple of the Covenant of LOVE. We look forward to welcoming you
Dear friends welcome to our October Day Annual Pilgrimage to the Shrine at Kearsley. The Mount Carmel Group are preparing the day for us. We gather at 12.30pm and you are invited to bring a packed lunch. Opening Prayer and introduction to the day will be at 1.15pm followed by an input on
Becoming a Missionary Disciple of Our Lady and an Apostle of the Covenant of Love
This will be followed by two workshops – one about weaving the fabric of our Covenant further and a second about preparing for reaching out to many so that they may discover the Covenant of Love as a viable way to holiness. We will have a children’s programme. The Café will be available until 3.00pm. We’ll have prayers in the Shrine from 4.00pm on and holy Mass in the Hall at 5.00pm. We look forward to welcoming you on the day.
Dear Friends we have visitors from Austin Texas, for Queretaro Mexico and from Santiago Chile coming for the World Meeting of Families and they are visiting our Shrine. So on the 18th of August we have our Family BBQ in the Cottage starting at 1.00pm and in the Evening we have Covenant Mass at 7.30pm at the Shrine all are welcome and we look forward to seeing you.
by Fr. Bryan Cunningham on 07/03/2018
The Mount Carmel Group welcome you to our second Covenant Mass in Lent on Sunday 18th March at 7.30pm at the Shrine. In the old calendar this was know as ‘Passion Sunday’ intensifying our preparation for the celebration of the mysteries of the Lord’s death and resurrection. We hear from Jeremiah: The days are coming, says the LORD, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah.
We long for the new Covenant in Christ and want to become missionary disciples of the covenant of love. In the face of his passion Our Lord prayed: Father glorify your name. Our troubled heats can distract us from the path to Christ. He wishes to give us peace for the soul. St Edmund’s group will assist us with music and we invite you to bring donations of non-perishable good for our food bank.We look forward to seeing you with your family and friends.
Dear Friends this year we have two Covenant Masses in Lent – maybe like a ‘blue moon’. We could take the lenten resolution to attend both this year. You are welcome to join us tomorrow night, Sunday 18th February at 7.30pm. Our University Students are preparing the Mass and St Edmund’s group will play for Mass. In his Lenten Message this year Pope Francis reminds us of a Word from St Matthew: “Because of the increase of iniquity, the love of many will grow cold” (Mt 24:12). He goes on to explain “In his description of hell, Dante Alighieri pictures the devil seated on a throne of ice, in frozen and loveless isolation. We might well ask ourselves how it happens that charity can turn cold within us. What are the signs that indicate that our love is beginning to cool?” Perhaps our Lenten Journey as missionary apostles of the Covenant of Love can be to bring warmth into the lives of those feeling cold and to ask the Holy Spirit to reach out to those whose heart is in danger of freezing over. Please come along and bring family and friends with you. We will also collect donations for our clothes and food bank