To all our dear Parishioners and friends, please do keep up to date with events in our Parish from our latest Newsletter. 
Our Lady and St George has reopened for liturgical services. Please see Newsletter with Mass times.  Thanks to everybody for co-operating with the requirements at this time - Track and Trace, face masks, social distancing and using the hand gel. Continue to be safe and well. Last Holy Easter – all our ceremonies were live streamed because of covid-19. This Holy Week and Easter will be available to all parishioners following the necessary restrictions.
Second Sunday of Easter – (B) Divine Mercy Sunday (Year of St. Joseph)
Words from Canon Niall - 
Peter and Paul went to Greece and Rome. Mark went to Egypt and Syria. Thomas made his way as far as India. They all shared the Gospel message of Divine Mercy in the forgiveness and peace that the Risen Lord breathed on them. They were re-created and given a new life to face their personal fears in the face of much opposition and indifference. There is an apt comment by St. Gregory the Great (540 – 604) about Thomas: ‘His skepticism was more advantageous to us than the faith of the disciple who believed’. It is a reminder to us that we do not learn the truth as isolated individuals. Thomas teaches us to become a Church community that has honest about our doubts.
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OLSG Photos :-

Confirmation 2020  - Congratulations to all confirmed candidates and Blessings to parents, sponsors, catechists.

Canon Niall and Fr John with confirmed candidates


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