Blackfriars Holy Rosary Parish, Watson
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Blackfriars Parish
Cnr Phillip Avenue & Antill Street, Watson ACT 2602
Fr Mannes Tellis (OP)
02 6248 5925
Mon, Tue - Thu, Fri – 9am to 12.30m

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Parish Ministries

School of Religion - Catechists
Nicole Webb (Mobile: 0414 139 170)

Volunteer catechists are urgently required. Mentoring will be provided if desired.
The Parish School of Religion meets on Sundays from 9AM to 10AM, except on 'long weekends' and School Holidays
Classes will recommence on the first Sunday after the School Term resumes.
Blackfriars Meditation Group
John Jarvis (6296 2001) or
Michael Flynn (6257 1038)
www.wccm.org
Normally meets on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm in the Parish Centre.
Meetings have recommenced every Thursday evening
Blackfriars Dominican Library
Michael Fitzgerald (6249 7026)
The library, in the parish Centre, has an extensive collection of theology texts, including a large range of works by and on Thomas Aquinas.
The Library is now open every Saturday morning from 9:30am.
Holy Mary Mother of God Prayer Group
Contact the Parish Office for details.
Meets 2:00pm Thursdays in the Church.
ALPHA -
Roger Paul 0421-612 572
The Alpha course is an evangelisation course which seeks to introduce the basics of the Christian faith through a series of talks and discussions.
An On-Line (ZOOM) ALPHA - Commencing from 23 June
Contact: Parish office or Roger Paul.
Holy Hour - Eucharistic Adoration
Mary-Lou Pentony
0402-613-667
Every Tuesday from 12 noon to 1:00pm, Holy Rosary Church
Craft Group
Refer Parish Office for details.
Meets noon to 4.00pm in the Parish Centre on the
first, second and fourth Wednesdays of the month .
St Vincent de Paul
The St Vincent de Paul Society is a lay Catholic organisation that aspires to live the gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice, hope and joy, and by working to shape a more just and compassionate society.
Dominican Laity
Dominican Laity are single and married, but share in the rich spiritual life and heritage of the Dominican order through prayer & study suited to their personal situation. They take part in a broad range of apostolates.
 

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