Thursday, 3 December 2020

2. Special Character Week 8 Term 4 2020

 Welcome/Kia Ora/Malo e Lelei
Special Character Focus
The Second Week of Advent
Preparing our Hearts and asking for the Grace

Lord, w place our trust in your promise. Please, Lord, rouse your power and come into this place in our life, this relationship, into this deep self-defeating pattern. Please come here and save us.

School and Family Mass- 
Thursday Liturgy
Presenting the Liturgy and Gospel is a service opportunity and Ministry for our children in spreading God’s word. Our children are proud of themselves every week either through singing, videoing and acting the gospel. It is a privilege for our children to serve and present the word of God. You are welcome to join us for Liturgy at 9:15 am on Thursday in the Basilica. 

Thank you to Year 4/5 Mrs. Winder's class for the presentation of the gospel at the Liturgy last Thursday. Today Liturgy and Gospel presentation lead by Year 3/4 Miss Sollano's class.

Next Week Thursday Liturggy will be Pukeko Year 1/2 Mrs Brooke's class. 

Faith Facts- 30th Nov- 4th Dec 1st Weeks of Advent

Pope Francis prayer intention For a life of prayer

We pray that our personal relationship with Jesus Christ may be nourished by the Word of God and a life of prayer.

Saints Fun Facts: St. Francis Xavier - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

30th St Andrew, apostle
3rd St Francis Xavier

Free Advent Wreath Cliparts, Download Free Clip Art, Free Clip Art on  Clipart Library

The Prophets' Candle, symbolizing hope.

First week of Advent

Advent is the period preceding the Christmas season. It begins on the Sunday nearest November 30, the feast day of St. Andrew the Apostle, and covers four Sundays. Because the day it begins changes from year to year, so does the length of each Advent season. Advent begins on November 29. The word advent, from Latin, means “the coming.” For centuries, Advent has been a time of spiritual reflection as well as cheer and anticipation. 

Resources for Advent 1 | Liturgy

Come, Lord Jesus.  Come and visit your people. 
We await your coming.  Come, O Lord.
Thank you/Malo 'Aupito
God Bless
Tua Misiloi Co DRS

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