News and Events
Below are some pictures of the SPRED annual Mass of Thanksgiving which was celebrated by chaplain Fr Mark Foster at St John’s, Maitland on Saturday 20 September 2014 SPRED (Special Religious Development) is a catechesis specially designed for the disabled. Photos by Stephen Engelbrecht.
Below are some pics of the final session of the 2014 Catechetical Formation Programme at Lansdowne and Koelenhof.
Please find below daily reflections for the National Week of the Older Person, 29 September – 5 October
14 September 2014 RE: Justice and Peace Sunday – 21 September 2014 Greetings from the Justice and Peace office at Khanya House and trust that this communication find you in peace. I’m writing to you to request you that the focus for this year’s Justice & Peace Sunday be on promoting ‘A week of Prayer for […]
Attached is an introductory video for Ecclesia: Brave New Church for Youth and Young Adults. Themes: 1. Fearless Love 2. Renew the Face of the Earth 3. An Instrument of Transformation 4. If you suffer, I suffer 5. Sisters and brothers on a journey 5. We are all Africans.
Monsignor Anthony Seba (14 November 1912–2 September 2014) died peacefully at Nazareth House, Cape Town and was buried from Christ the King Church in Pinelands on 9 September 2014. The Requiem Mass was presided over by Archbishop Stephen Brislin, and Fr Hugh O’Connor preached the homily. The funeral was well attended by priests of the […]
On Saturday, September 6th, Archbishop Brislin celebrated a Feast Day Mass with the Missionaries of Charity at their convent in Khayelitsha. Below are some photos of the occasion, kindly sent by Jessica Dewhurst, co-ordinator of the Umoya Project on behalf of the Edmund Rice Network. Archbishop Brislin also visited the project.
Below are some pics of the launch of our new Ecclesia season: Brave New Church, held at Springfield Convent, Wynberg on Saturday 30th August 2014. After registration at 08.30 the day began with a brief introduction to the structure of the day, an opening liturgy (with liturgical dancers), and an introduction to the new season by […]
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ARCHBISHOP OF CAPE TOWN