Liturgies

Francis of Assisi
Memorial

Tuesday 4th October 2022

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Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

Holiness is not something for the extraordinary.

Holiness is not a luxury of the few.

Holiness is the simple duty for each one of us.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

COVID SAFE RULES ST. LUKE’S CATHOLIC CHURCH WANTIRNA

To make St Luke’s a COVID safe place for everyone, the following rules, recommendations and conditions of entry is being implemented with your cooperation and understanding. We ask that everyone takes responsibility and adheres to these recommendations.

The following Guidelines are approved by Most Rev Peter A Comensoli, Archbishop of Melbourne, to assist Clergy and Faithful with questions pertaining to specific areas of liturgy and ministry in the Archdiocese of Melbourne during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Effective from midday Wednesday 20 July 2022 -

  1. The Chief Health Officer has strongly recommended the use of face coverings in indoor and crowd settings during this winter period (from July 2022 onwards).
    Face coverings remain optional within Places of Worship. However, parishioners are strongly encouraged to be sensitive to the well-being of others when in close proximity.
  2. Maintain a 1.5 metre distance from others where possible, when taking your seat in the Church and at Holy Communion.
  3. Sanitize your hands upon entering the foyer and before receiving Holy Communion.
  4. Please be courteous to others by staying at home when you feel unwell.

All other requirements for density, numbers and hygiene may be found in the General Guidelines as listed below.

Liturigical Guidelines 20 July 2022
Archdiocese of Melbourne


Should you choose to EFT your Thanksgiving and First Collection contributions:
First Collection (for the Parish House) - BSB: 083347 Account number: 637461322
Second Collection (for the Church) - BSB: 083347 Account number: 637462683


Mass Streamed Live From St. Patrick's Cathedral

Mass For You At Home is broadcast on free to air Network 10 on Sunday mornings at 6:00am and replayed on Foxtel's Aurora channel later in the morning and during the week.

Online Masses and Other resources


LITURGY TIMES

Weekend Masses
Saturday: 6:30pm
Sunday: 8:30am
Sunday: 10:00am

Family Mass

On the 3rd Sunday of the month.

The next Family Mass will be on Sunday 16 Oct 2022 at 10:00am

Weekday Masses
Monday: 9:00am
Tuesday: 9:00am
Wednesday: 7:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am
Friday: 9:00am
Adoration & Benediction

Mon, Tues, Thu, Fri before Mass, 8:25am - 9:00am

Wednesday after Mass, 7:30pm - 8:30pm

Divine Mercy Chaplet

Parishioners have expressed an interest in reciting the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

On the 1st Sunday of the month.

Our next Chaplet will be on
Sunday 6 Nov 2022 at 2:45pm.

Join in a beautiful prayer time.

Reconciliation
Wednesday:7:30pm
Saturday:9:30am & 6:00pm
Holy Rosary
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8:30am, half an hour before morning Mass.

Everyone is invited to participate, especially for this month of October.

Baptism
Celebrated on the 2nd & 4th Sundays after the 10:00am Mass
Marriage
By appointment at least six months in advance of the wedding date.
Stations of the Cross

Every Friday at 7:00pm during Lent.

Come and join us walk the Way of Sorrows meditating on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Jesus said to St. Faustina:

"There is more merit to one hour of meditation on My sorrowful Passion than there is to a whole year of flagellation that draws blood; the contemplation of My painful wounds is of great profit to you, and it brings Me great joy."

Pope Francis' Prayer to Mary During The Coronavirus Pandemic

O Mary,
you always shine on our path
as a sign of salvation and of hope.
We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick,
who at the cross took part in Jesus’ pain, keeping your faith firm.
You, Salvation of the Roman People,
know what we need,
and we are sure you will provide
so that, as in Cana of Galilee,
we may return to joy and to feasting
after this time of trial.
Help us, Mother of Divine Love,
to conform to the will of the Father
and to do as we are told by Jesus,
who has taken upon himself our sufferings
and carried our sorrows
to lead us, through the cross,
to the joy of the resurrection.
Amen.

Under your protection, we seek refuge, Holy Mother of God. Do not disdain the entreaties of we who are in trial, but deliver us from every danger, O glorious and blessed Virgin.
Amen.


A Prayer To St. Joseph

StJoseph,
You were receptive to God working in your life.
Help us by your prayers at this time of trial.
You kept Jesus and Mary under your watchful care:
may your prayers assist our local Church to respond
to those in need.
You taught the Christ Child your trade and prayers:
help us to follow his example of love.
You were part of God’s plan for all humanity:
assist us to be vigilant and responsible this day.
You spent your life in service:
may we be mindful of others, particularly the
elderly and vulnerable, caring for them in these
difficult days.
You trusted in the clear primacy of God over all
history and every situation: help us to grow in faith
and pray to the Father, Thy will be done.
Amen


(Compiled by Bishop Peter J. Elliott Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus, Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne)

IN THIS CHALLENGING TIME

Lord Jesus Christ, our true physician and healer,
be merciful to us and bring us your aid in these troubled times.
Heal all our sickness and every affliction of your people.
Drive out our infirmities of soul and body; free us from all disease and especially from this pestilence.
We place in your gentle Heart the elderly, the frail, people with disability, children, young people and families,
our indigenous peoples, those who are poor, lonely and isolated.
As you walk with us, free them from fear, and give them patience and hope together with our loving care.
In your mercy deal also with the causes of our pitiful condition, that in curing our lack of faith and spiritual weakness,
you may also remedy our bodily ills.
We place our trust in you, the risen Lord, who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
Amen.


AN ACT OF SPIRITUAL COMMUNION

(The simple and loving act of Spiritual Communion (written by St. Alphonsus Liguori) can be made when we are unable to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist.)

My Jesus,
I believe that You are in the Blessed Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I long for You in my soul.
Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart.
As though You have already come, I embrace You and unite myself entirely to You;
never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen.

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