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I attach the contents of an e-mail circulated on Thursday 28th August 2014 by a Traditional Catholic priest in response to a plea from the leader of Crisis Relief International in Northern Iraq.

It calls for prayers and for maximum publicity for the atrocities being committed by the Jihadists who pretentiously call themselves “The Islamic State”.

Will readers please pray for the innocent who are being slaughtered, and put this plea on their Facebook accounts and circulate it to as many people as possible.

Thank you.


Dear Friends,

Just a few minutes ago I received the following text message on my phone from Sean Malone who leads Crisis Relief International (CRI). We then spoke briefly on the phone and I assured him that we would share this urgent prayer need with all of our contacts.

“We lost the city of Queragosh (Qaraqosh). It fell to ISIS and they are beheading children systematically. This is the city we have been smuggling food too. ISIS has pushed back Peshmerga (Kurdish forces) and is within 10 minutes of where our CRI team is working. Thousands more fled into the city of Erbil last night. The UN evacuated it's staff in Erbil. Our team is unmoved and will stay. Prayer cover needed!”

Please pray sincerely for the deliverance of the people of Northern Iraq from the terrible advancement of ISIS and its extreme Islamic goals for mass conversion or death for Christians across this region.

May I plead with you not to ignore this email. Do not forward it before you have prayed through it. Then send it to as many people as possible.

Send it to friends and Christians you may know. Send it to your prayer group. Send it to your pastor and phone him/her to pray on Sunday during the service – making a special time of prayer for this. We need to stand in the gap for our fellow Christians.




Mr Michael Laghai and Miss Ingrid (Mo) Shan were the first couple to receive the Sacrament of Marriage at St. Anne's through the District Superior Fr. Paul Morgan
on Saturday June 14th 2014.


Mass times and Confession:

On all Sundays of the month, a Latin Mass will be offered at 5.30pm. Tea & biscuits are available afterwards in the upstairs room, and a chance to meet others / view the books for sale.

Confessions will start half an hour before Mass.

What is the Society's position regarding Indult or Moto Proprio Masses?

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Masses for Holy Days of Obligation:

  • Circumcision Jan.1st
  • Epiphany Jan. 6th
  • Ascension
  • Corpus Christi
  • SS Peter & Paul Jun 29th
  • Assumption August 15th
  • All Saints Nov.1st
  • Christmas Day Dec. 25th.
Summary of Mass times:
Sun. Aug. 10th 5.30pm Ninth Sunday after pentecost
Fri. Aug. 15th 11.00am The Assumption of the BVM (Holyday)
Sun. Aug. 17th 5.30pm Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Aug. 24th 5.30pm Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Aug. 31st 5.30pm Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Sep. 7th 5.30pm Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Sep. 14th 5.30pm The Exultation of the Holy Cross
Sun. Sep. 21st 5.30pm Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Sep. 28th 5.30pm Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 5.30pm Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 5.30pm Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 5.30pm Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Oct. 5.30pm Feast of Christ the King
Sat. Nov. 1st t.b.a. The Feast of All Saints (Holyday of Obligation)
Sun. Nov. 2nd 5.30pm Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Nov. 9th 5.30pm Dedication of the Arch basilica of the Most Holy Saviour
Sun. Nov. 16th 5.30pm Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Nov. 23rd 5.30pm Last Sunday after Pentecost
Sun. Nov. 30th 5.30pm First Sunday of Advent
Sun. Dec. 7th 5.30pm Second Sunday of Advent
Sun. Dec. 14th 5.30pm Third Sunday of Advent
Sun. Dec. 21st 5.30pm Fourth Sunday of Advent
Thu. Dec. 25th t.b.a. The Nativity of Our Lord (Holyday of Obligation)
Sun. Dec. 28th 5.30pm Sunday within the Octave of Christmas
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