From April 5, 2014 to December 31, 2016 there will be 1001 days of prayer, outreach and fellowship celebrating our parish’s 150th anniversary. To mark this special occasion there will be 101 special things for parishioners and friends to participate in.

100. Christmas 2016

Have you been dreaming of a white Christmas? Are chestnuts roasting on an open fire at your home? Are your halls decked

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99. Advent Year A

The liturgical calendar, like all calendars, has a beginning and an end. The last Sunday of the liturgical year is always the

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98. K of C Turkey Dinner

As our 150th Anniversary year draws to a close, we have the opportunity to come together for a meal and fellowship amidst

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96. All Saints’ and All Souls’ Days

November has long been known as the month to remember the faithful departed. We begin the month with All Saints Day when

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94. Sunday Masses and Open House

An anniversary so great as the 150th cannot be celebrated in one day. This Sunday we are continuing the celebrations that began

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92. 150th Anniversary Day

The small wooden chapel built in 1833 and, uninspiringly, called the Mission of Nepean, having fallen into ruins and disuse, was at

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