A very warm welcome to all parishioners and visitors of Our Lady Help of Christians to our parish website. Fr Mario

The Church is closed from Monday 25th – Friday 29th January as Fr Mario is self-isolating. The Church will re-open for Mass at 6pm on Saturday 30th January.

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The Legion of Mary Daily Prayers

Please join our daily 3pm prayers for those affected by Covid-19 and the eradication of the virus, saying the following prayers –  Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be to the Father,  Our Lady Help of Christians, pray for us, St Patrick, pray for us.


Gospel Reflections Download newsletter   [Mark 1:14-20]

What is going on? We had last Sunday the story of the first two disciples joining Jesus. One of them was Andrew, the other unnamed. Now we get another story, in another place, of other first disciples being called. So the Church underlines, two weeks running, the importance of Jesus’ new community. The first thing he does is call disciples. He can’t do everything on his own, and that is the point of the Church. He calls disciples to make a new people, a new Israel – old, young, middle-aged: we all have our part to fill in Jesus’ play. Tired old people, busy parents, lively youngsters – each of us can make a unique contribution, especially since Jesus has chosen us himself. An odd choice, some of us! What did he want ME to do in the new family of Jesus? The two different versions of the calling of the disciples show that at least two different people told this story. When two people tell the same story, there are bound to be variations. The place didn’t matter, or the order in which the disciples were called. The point of the story was the call, the response and the companionship, the working together with the Lord. Do you enjoy more being on your own or linking up with others? What is Jesus calling you to do?


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