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Our Confession Times

"It is a beautiful thought, my children, that we have a Sacrament which heals the wounds of our soul! But we must receive it with good dispositions. Otherwise we make new wounds upon the old ones. What would you say of a man covered with wounds who is advised to go to the hospital to show himself to the surgeon? The surgeon cures him by giving him remedies. But, behold! this man takes his knife, gives himself great blows with it and makes himself worse than he was before. Well, that is what you often do after leaving the confessional."
St John Marie Vianney
On Confession

Sundays – 30 minutes before every Sunday Mass.

Saturdays – from 11.00am to 11.45am or by request.

Deanery Reconciliation Services in Advent & Lent. In the run up to the principal feasts of the year, namely Easter & Christmas extra opportunities are put on for Confession, these will be published with a couple of weeks notice in the newsletter and in parish flyers for the feasts. 

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (also known as the Sacrament of Penance or Confession) is an invitation for Catholics to experience the love and mercy of God the Father through the ministry of priests. Catholics can experience healing through forgiveness of sins and reconciliation with God and His Church. 

Catholics are always welcomed back to receive this sacrament – whether it has been two weeks or two decades since the last Confession. Often those who have gone to Confession relay experiencing peace and joy and feeling the weight come off their shoulders as they receive forgiveness for their sins. If you have not gone to Confession in a while, we want to welcome you back and take part in this beautiful sacrament of healing.

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