Walk With Mary
2:00 PM14:00

Walk With Mary

Come and honour Our Lady on Her special day.   What a unique and wonderful event awaits. The Walk With Mary continues to be an extremely popular event in  which following Holy Mass a beautiful and grand procession proceeds through the streets of Melbourne on route to St Paul’s Cathedral.

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to Mar 25

Rosary Novena for the Feast of the Annunciation

To celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation we're doing a Rosary Novena at St Peter's this year, which consists of nine consecutive days of the Rosary, with intentions for the faith, starting on 17 March and ending on 25 March itself. 

Sunday, 17 March

6.00 Angelus, Rosary and Mass
Celebrant: Fr Don Edgar

Monday, 18 March

6.00pm Angelus and Rosary

Tuesday, 19 March

6.00pm Angelus and Rosary

Wednesday, 20 March

6.00pm Angelus and Rosary

Thursday, 21 March

6.00pm Angelus and Rosary

Friday, 22 March 

6.00pm Angelus and Rosary

Saturday, 23 March 

6.00pm Angelus and Rosary

Sunday, 24 March

6.00 Angelus, Rosary and Evensong/Benediction

Monday, 25 March

6.00pm Angelus, Rosary and Mass
Celebrant: Fr Don Edgar

The first Mass of the Novena and the final Mass for the Annunciation will be celebrated in the Lady Chapel.

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to Mar 16

Parish retreat and Quiet Day

Fr Ron Browning, a Benedictine Oblate, will be leading a Quiet Day at the Community of the Holy Name in Cheltenham on Saturday 16th March, from 10am to 4pm. He will be reflecting on Chapter 49 of Benedict’s Rule: “Concerning the Observance of Lent.” All are welcome.

For those who wish to stay overnight, and enjoy the prayerful peace and hospitality of the CHN Sisters, on Friday 15th from 2:00pm Fr Hugh will be leading a half day of silence; overnight bookings close Monday 11th March.

To secure your place on the Retreat and/or Quiet Day, please contact the St Peter’s Parish Office on 9622 2391 or email: sphoffice@stpeters.org.au

• For those staying overnight on Friday - $55 + donation to CHN
• For the Saturday Quiet Day – by donation to CHN
• Envelopes will be provided if you wish to pay by cash, or by cheque to “The Community of the Holy Name.” EFTPOS is also available on the day.

• For those staying overnight: please bring your own sheets and pillowslips. Towels are provided. The Friday evening meal and Saturday breakfast, as well as accommodation, are all included in the $55 overnight cost.
• Saturday practicalities: morning and afternoon tea are provided, but you will need to BYO lunch. You may wish to share lunch with one another. There is plenty of fridge space, as well as a microwave.

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6:00 PM18:00

Feast of Charles, King and Martyr

Our friends at Christ Church Brunswick will be hosting a festival Evensong and lecture to mark the Feast Day of Charles, King and Martyr on Sunday, 3 February 6pm at Christ Church Brunswick

The speaker will be Archbishop David Moxon, former director of the Anglican Centre in Rome and Archbishop of Canterbury's representative to the Holy See.

The Archbishop will be reflecting on his life in Rome and his relationship with Pope Francis, as well as his important work with ecumenical education and refugee ministry.

The evening will include refreshments and all are warmly invited to join the community at Christ Church for what promises to be a wonderful evening. 

For more information, please see the Christ Church Brunswick website

Charles, King and Martyr

The Feast commemorating the martyrdom of Charles I has long held a special place in Anglo-Catholic spirituality. 

We traditionally regard Charles as a martyr because, it is said, he was offered his life if he would abandon the historic episcopacy in the Church of England but refused, believing that the Church of England was truly Catholic and should maintain the Catholic episcopate.

The Feast of St Charles the Martyr traditionally falls on 30 January, the date of Charles's martyrdom. 

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