The daily celebration of Mass is the beating heart of any parish. The fathers at the Second Vatican Council called the Eucharist “the source and summit of the Christian life” (Lumen Gentium, 11). Christ entrusted the Eucharist to his apostles at the Last Supper, gifting his Church with the means to make present the mystery of his death and resurrection. There is no greater prayer, because the Mass represents the perfect self-offering of the Son of God to his Father. We share in that self-offering of Christ each time we attend Mass.
Fr Andrew is considering a change to weekday Mass times to better suit our parishioners. If you already attend weekday Mass, even occasionally, or if you now intend to do so, please complete this quick survey. If the results support it, changes to weekday Mass times will be suggested in September.