Mass and Confession Times
17th September to 24th September



(Please check regularly for any updates)


Date

Time

Feast

Sunday

(17th September)

8.00 am (Low Mass)

10.30 am (Solemn Mass)

5.00 pm (Low Mass)

Saturday, 16th September – 5.00 pm Low Mass at St Paul’s Kealba

(Propers: Layman’s Missal, p.717)
(Mass XII, Credo IV).

(Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost)

Monday

7.00 am (Low Mass)

10.00 am (Low Mass)

(Saint Joseph of Cupertino, Cf)

Tuesday

7.00 am (Low Mass)

10.00 am (Low Mass)

(Saints Januarius, Bp and his Companions, MM)

Wednesday

7.00 am (Low Mass)

10.00 am (Low Mass)

5.30 pm (Low Mass at St Patrick's Cathedral)

(Ember Wednesday in September)

Thursday

7.00 am (Low Mass)

10.00 am (Low Mass)

(Saint Matthew, Ap)

Friday

7.00 am (Low Mass)

10.00 am (Low Mass)

6.00 pm (Low Mass)

(Ember Friday in September)

Saturday

8.00 am (Low Mass)

10.00 am (Low Mass)

5.00 pm (Low Mass) at St Paul’s Kealba (Mass of Sunday obligation)

(Ember Saturday in September)

Sunday

(24th September)

8.00 am (Low Mass)

10.30 am (Solemn Mass)

5.00 pm (Low Mass)

Saturday, 23rd September, 5.00 pm Low Mass at St Paul’s Kealba

The next Mass at St Joseph’s Iona will be on Sunday 1st October

(Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost)



Eucharistic Exposition and Confessions

Eucharistic Exposition: After 7.00am & 10.00am weekday & Saturday Mases

Confessions: Saturday after each Mass; Sunday before and during each Mass; or after any Mass by request.

Please see the bulletin for any updates.

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