Everyone makes a personal and unique journey during these ‘40 days and 40 nights’. We start with our call to pray, fast and give alms. How might you join in this and how could St Patrick’s be part of that journey?
Go deeper in your relationship with Jesus by contemplating His Passion.
Weekdays, 7:00 Adoration and morning prayer
Weekdays, 8.00 Mass
Join us on your morning commute and still have time for coffee before work!
Weekdays, 7:00 - 19:00, Weekends 9:00 - 19:00
Our church is open as much as possible to allow opportunities for personal prayer throughout the day.
'The only thing we have to ask God for, in prayer, is the desire to be holy.' Bl Carlo Acutis
Why not commit to spending time in prayer each day? Join us for morning adoration, find an opportunity to go to confession or perhaps just to sit or pray.
'Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, they shall be satisfied.' Matthew 5:6
In Lent, we are called to abstain from indulging and to instead make sacrifices, following Christ’s example when He fasted in the desert for forty days. Consider what you are called to give up this Lent.
‘This is the meaning of true love, to give until it hurts.’ St Mother Teresa
As Christians, we should ‘give alms’, meaning to pass our riches and food to those living in poverty. Lent is a particular time that we should intentionally consider how we might give more.
Please consider supporting our work here at St Patrick’s. You can choose to fund our evangelisation projects, our homeless projects, our professional musicians or to give to our general offertory.
A lenten reflection from Fr Alexander looking at the Sacraments.
Here are some lenten Q&As from our archives.