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Saturday Vigil5:00pm

Sunday

Special Mass for Sick & Elderly (4th Sunday of the Month)

9:30am

 

12.00noon

Weekday Mass (For changes in timing due to Public Holidays, please refer to the weekly News Letter)

Monday to Thursday, 7:00am

Friday, 7.00 am & 7.30 pm 

Saturday, 8:00am

Holy RosaryPrayed before Mass daily 
Sacrament of Reconciliation

Every 4th Wednesday 7pm - 8pm

Saturdays, 9-9:30am

  

Rosters For Eucharist Ministers & Readers

Please refer to the roster placed at the back of the Church. Electronic version in the Parish News & Events. All readings for the month are held in the sacristy.
 
Flowers
If anyone wants to donate fresh / artificial flowers for the church you are most welcome to leave them on the back table in the church on Saturday mornings. 
For further details contact Cheryl Moan on 09 620 9682.
Thank you.
 
Prayer Requests
If you would like prayers offered for a family member
or friend during Mass, for any special reason / occasion,
please send your request with full details by email to: st3kgs@xtra.co.nz or complete the form available at the back of the church

Divine Mercy

Weekly devotion every Friday at 7pm with the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, singing of the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Benediction followed by Mass.
 
St John Paul II Auckland Rosary
Every Saturday at 12 noon a 20 decade rosary is prayed
in the Church. This is an initiative to support the
Bishop's pastoral plan 'Fit for Mission'. 
All are invited to attend

Sick & Elderly
 

If you know of anyone in our parish that is sick and elderly and cannot make it to Mass, and wish to receive Holy Communion, please give details to any one from the Contact list or email:st3kgs@xtra.co.nz

 

A special Mass is also being held every 4th Sunday at 12.00 noon for the Sick and Elderly. If you know of anyone (family, friends, non-parishioners) who need prayers and blessings for any ailment, invite them to attend this Mass, thank you.

 
 
Always Remember
 
Let us remember in our prayers
the souls of those who have
recently died. And for those
whose  anniversaries occur at
this time and also pray for
the sick of our parish.
 
Prayer for the Deceased
 
Please remember in your prayers
our deceased parishioners, family
and friends. 
Eternal rest grant unto their souls 
O Lord, let perpetual light shine 
unto them, may they rest in peace.
Amen
 
Prayer for the Sick
 
Jesus the Healer, we commend to 
your gentle hands those who are sick. 

 

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Welcome to our parish community!

Welcome to St. Therese Catholic Parish website.  Feel free to browse around and have a look at this view of our community. 

If you'd like to join us to celebrate Christ, our Mass timings are at the left of this page. For latest Parish & Other News & Events, please scroll below.

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Our staff directory is also available up there and if you'd like to contact us, you can do so by clicking on the Contact button in the navigation bar.

The Gallery  is complete with  photographs of our Church. This will also be updated from time to time with fresh photos from various events in our Parish throughout the year.

The School  link will take you  to the page with details about St. Therese School whilst the Groups  link will take you  to the page with details & news about the various groups in our Parish

We hope you like the site, and we look forward to your feedback.

Blessings,

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Witnessing in Spite of Fear

In the Gospel Jesus calls for witnesses, this is, people who are not afraid to be seen to be followers of his out there in the midst of a special and sometimes hostile world. Fear is one of the things that keeps Christians from a bold and generous witnessing to the Gospel. Three times Jesus said to the apostles, ‘Do not be afraid’.
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Roster for Readers & Eucharistic Ministers For July 2017

Please refer to the roster placed at the back of the Church. Electronic version in the Parish News & Events. All readings for the month are held in the sacristy. You may also click the link below for the copy of the Roster.

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Roster for Readers & Eucharistic Ministers For June 2017

Please refer to the roster placed at the back of the Church. Electronic version in the Parish News & Events. All readings for the month are held in the sacristy. You may also click the link below for the copy of the Roster.

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Parish News Letter 23 July 2017

Contains information relating to: Mass Timings, Easter Blessing, Parish Annual General Meeting, Legion of Mary, Leadership Programme for the Youth and more.  

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Parish News Letter 11 June 2017

Contains information about Mass Timings, First Holy Communion, World Youth Day Auckland Experience, and more

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Parish News Letter 4 June 2017

Contains information relating to:Mass Timings, Legion of Mary, Easter Blessing, Queens Birthday Morning Mass, Friday Eucharistic Adoration, First Holy Communion, World Youth Day Auckland Experience, Guitars Wanted, Time Out Day and more. 

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Parish News Letter 23 July 2017

Information relating to: Mass Timings, Easter Blessings, Devotion to Mary, First Holy Communion, Legion of Mary, New Hope with Faith Fellowship, Youth Synod, Diocesan Youth Mass, World Youth Day 2017, Time Out Day, DRC Retreat and more.

 

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Catechism School For Children

Conducted on every Saturday from 3.45 pm till 4.45 pm at St. Therese Parish Hall. For more details please contact the Parish Office on 09 620 9689 or email st3kgs@xtra.co.nz

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Pledge Envelopes & Tax Rebates

Thank you to all 'committed givers' who donate each week to support God's work in our Parish, Diocese and Overseas. May God bless you for your generosity.
Any person or family that would like to be registered for "pledge envelopes", please contact the parish office on 09-620 9689 or provide your name, address and phone number via emailst3kgs@xtra.co.nz
 

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Parish Hall Bookings

For all hall bookings, please contact Father Arul or Father Joe or Alfred Saldanha on 09-620 9689. Thank you.

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Security Awareness

To prevent any incidents of burglary and vandalism in the Church and School, please keep your eyes open for any suspicious persons around the Church and School area and contact Father Arul on 09-620 9689 / 0220963493 or Father Joe on 0226913401 or Paul Sagato immediately.

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St Francis Retreat Centre

The Retreat Centre is ministry of the Order of Friars Minor, Brothers and Priests following in the footsteps of St Francis of Assisi. It is open to many different faiths & groups for Retreats, Days of Prayer, Conferences and Workshops.

For more information about us, the existing programmes, retreat dates etc. please visit our website: http://www.stfrancisretreatcentre.org.nz/

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St Vincent de Paul

For assistance / Make donations, please contact any of the representatives.
Special thanks to all who are offering donations in the form of food and money on a regular basis
Any NEW MEMBERS who wish to SUPPORT us in our work are welcome. For more details please visit the website: http://www.svdp.org.nz/ or click the link below to read more.

 



 

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Need Healing Prayer?
The St Thomas More Healing Ministry holds a Prayer Ministry Evening on 3rd Thursday of every month beginning after the 7.30 pm Mass until 9.30 pm at St Thomas More Church, Glenfield.
A team of Healing Ministers will be positioned around the church offering prayers for physical and spiritual healing for people from within the church as well as outside it. read more ...

NZ Catholic Newspaper

The NZ Catholic Newspaper is published fortnightly and is on sale at the back of the Church at $4.00 each.
Please do buy and read, as the paper has updated news on happenings around New Zealand and the World
For more information & subscription details, please visit the website by clicking on the link below to read more
 

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