Kadishat Newsletter

St Charbel’s Church Newsletter          

Saturday 17th June 2017:

7:30       Arabic Mass

2:00       (Wedding) Chadi El Nakhl & Irena Vitas

4:00       (Wedding) David Jalkh & Karen Arteaga

5:30       (Memorial) Tony Khalil from Daraya

7:00       (Forty) Elias Massoud Azzi from Jieh

Sunday 18th June 2017: Third Sunday of Pentecost

7:30      Arabic Mass

8:45      (Memorial) Rafaella Daoud from Niha ‎

10:00    English Mass

11:15    (Year) Youssef Jamil Hanna Najjar from Becharre

2:00      (Wedding) Jobran Abougharrach & Grace Wakim

4:00      (Wedding) Joel Emery & Belinda Attie

5:30      Mass for a private intention

7:00      (Forty) Nadim Barakat from Hardeen

Thursday 22nd June 2017: 6:00pm (Forty) Nadia Azzi from Jieh

Friday 23rd June 2017: Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Masses are 7:30am & 6:00pm

Saturday 24th June 2017:

7:30       Arabic Mass

4:00       (Forty) Elias Steven Coorey from Kfarsghab

5:30       Arabic Mass

7:00       Memorial Mass for the souls of the deceased of Karem Saddeh

Sunday 25th June 2017: Forth Sunday of Pentecost

7:30      Arabic Mass

8:45      (Forty) Marie Chidiac from Becharree ‎

10:00    (Memorial) Badawee Philip and his wife Chafica from Mazraet Teffah

11:15    (Year) Moussa Youssef Nakhle Fakhry from Becharree

2:00      First Holy Communion for the children of St Charbel’s Parish

5:30      (Memorial) Camille Kaissar El Azzi from Jieh

7:00      English Mass

St Charbel’s Parish Activities:

  • We kindly request from the parishioners who were baptised or have baptised their children in the Catholic Churches outside the parish, to bring their baptism certificates to the parish office to register them in our Church records.
  • The Family of the Divine Word invites you to attend a bible study on Monday 19th June 2017 at 7:30pm‏ ‏at Mary Mackillop’s ‎Hall with Rev Fr Youhanna Iraqi. Everyone is welcome.
  • We pray for the deceased, their names are listed in ‘Kadishat Newsletter’, as we pray for all who worked hard and supported St Charbel’s Monastery from the living and the dead; may their souls rest in peace.

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