THE PARISH OF OUR LADY AND ST. PATRICK’S
THIS WEEK'S SERVICES

NOVEMBER 22ND - 28TH 2020

Due to the new Lockdown restrictions, all Masses will be livestreamed at 12 noon Mondays to Saturdays and at 10.00am on Sundays, until further notice.

*CLICK HERE FOR LIVESTREAM LINK*

The church will open to the public after Mass at 12.30 pm for personal prayer and reflection,
Monday to Saturday, until 1.30pm

Please note that people attending places of worship are required to wear face coverings.

Apart from the above times
the church will be closed.

Confessions
Temporarily suspended (by appointment if deemed necessary).
Baptisms & Weddings: suspended until after 2 December and, then,
by arrangement when restrictions permit.

The 4th Annual International Music Festival

25th November 2017

For the fourth of our music festivals we had the pleasure of listening to our various groups that perform regularly at services. We were also pleased welcome a new friend, Mohibur Miah who played a specially composed piece on Sitar for us.

sitar

The programme was varied and included "Feel my love" and "Ain't Misbehaving" from the Folk group.

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The Filipino Choir followed this with a rowsing perfoemance including Hilumin Mong Bayan Ko ( "Lord Heal Our Land") and Labis Na Galak ("Extreme Delight in the Lord").

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Then the Junior Indian Community sang "Rockabye"

indian choir

"Lord make me a means of your peace" was the offering from the Teenage Choir.

youth choir

and the African choir peformed Mwishe - Mwishi (Come to me you who are burdened) and Akekho Ofana No Jesu (There's no one like Jesus).

african choir

The programme also included a group of Iranian musicians lead by Hammid Tayyebi. They played and sang traditional Iranian music on violin, santoor, tonbak and daf.

iranian

A really successful event finished off by Nostro Coro singing "Down by the river to pray" and "Let your little light shine, shine, shine".

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Annual International Music Festival 5 will be on 1st December 2018. Hope to see you there.

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Special thanks to Mike Finch for the photographs