The readings from this week’s mass have a common theme of endurance and perseverance. Jesus had conviction that spurred him on to persevere, supported by the strong belief that he was doing God’s work and had divine backing. Belief in a project or course of action along with trust in God’s backing can raise us up to be more than we can be. We are enough; we have what it takes to ‘get on with it and finish the job.’
At Holy Trinity we instill this sense of perseverance in our students. They understand that success can sometimes require many attempts or a new perspective.
Prayer for Drought
Bishop Vincent has urged that during November we pray for communities affected by drought. Each morning our school has added this short prayer to our morning assembly. Perhaps you could add this to your daily prayers.
We pray for those who are currently affected by severe drought. Please bring abundant rain to the parched land to replenish water supplies. May the
farmers and all of those people connected to the land have some respite from their distress. May rivers once again flow with precious water returning
prosperity and vitality to the land.
At this time we also ask you to protect people from bushfires. To those who have lost loved ones and homes we ask that you console them in their grief.
To those who face danger today, we ask that you keep them safe.
We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen.
Mass Times at Holy Trinity Church
SUNDAY MASSES WEEKDAY MASSES RECONCILATION
Saturday 6.00pm Monday 9.15 am First Friday of the Month:
Sunday 10.00am Tuesday 7.00pm 6.15 - 6.45pm
Vietnamese Chaplaincy Mass Wednesday 8.15am Saturday 5.00 - 5.45pm
Sunday 5.00pm Thursday 8.15am
Ghanaian Chaplaincy Mass Friday 8.15am
Sunday 11.30am Saturday 8.15am
(Second & Last Sundays of Each Month) Traditional Latin Mass
First Thursday of the Month
HOLY MASS & ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
First Friday of the Month 7.00pm