Sunday, June 21, 2015

2015 June: Sydney: Churches

There are a lot of churches in the city. It's not only the catholic churches that have intricate designs, there were Anglican and others as well.  On the Pitts, you can also see the Scientology Church (Read). 

We're able to attend the Sunday mass in St. Peter Julian's Church.

St. Peter Julian Haymarket
Location: 641 George Street, Sydney   NSW
Sunday  Mass  Times:  9.30  am,  11.00  am  (Chinese),12.30  pm,  3.30  pm  &  5.00pm  (Korean)


Gospel MK 14:12-16, 22-26 - June 07, 2015
While they were eating, he took bread, said the blessing,
broke it, gave it to them, and said, "Take it; this is my body."

Reflection on the Gospel:
That we can't be alone (no man is an island) and we need companion.
Companion - you need to have a companion to share your bread (pan) with.

Origin: Middle English: from Old French compaignon, literally 'one who breaks bread with another', based on Latin com- 'together with' + panis 'bread'. [Reference



Our Supper Invitation
Take up your burden now, walk 'til you find. 
Just what the journey means; walk while there's time.
Food for the journey will answer your need.
Don't be afraid to walk; love, my love will lead. 




We also visited church near Notre Dame.

St Benedict’s Church (near University of Notre Dame Australia)

Location: 104  Broadway,  Broadway  NSW  2007 or  Chippendale  2008 (Corner  of  Abercrombie  Street)
Site: http://www.stbenedicts.org.au/index.php/mass-times
Sunday Mass Schedule: 10.30 am (Solemn High Mass with choir or cantor) & 6.00 pm (sung/chant)






Not to miss is The Cathedral.  You can take a free tour of the church on Sunday noon.

St Mary's Cathedral

Location: St Mary's Road, Sydney NSW 2000
Site: http://www.stmaryscathedral.org.au/mass-times.html
Sunday Mass Schedule: 7.00am, 9.00am, 10.30am (Solemn Choral Mass), 6.00pm (Youth Mass)