Lovely day today at the...

by michael

Lovely day today at the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy Penrose Park, with some nice families attending from Canberra, Blacktown and Liverpool!
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First Saturday today, all welcome...

by michael

First Saturday today, all welcome to honour Our Blessed Mother and enjoy a peaceful day out for the family.
Holy Masses;
Polish – 10.30 a.m. followed by devotions at 1.30 pm
English – 12.00 p.m. followed by devotions straight after Holy Mass.
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Today was a really nice...

by michael

Today was a really nice sunny day at the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy, Penrose Park, many people with their families in attendance including members of the Spanish and Portugese communities from Sydney and Wollongong!
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We also had the great...

by michael

We also had the great privilege of having the Anniversary Mass of Fr J. Tierney today, and of the many pilgrims that attended this wonderful occasion, 80th Birthday and 51 years a Priest, and the author of many inspiring books and articles!
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A lovely day was had...

by michael

A lovely day was had by all the wonderful pilgrims attending Fatima Day today, what a blessing for all :)

 
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Come and pray with us...

by michael

Come and pray with us this coming Sunday, Fatima Day, and experience Jesus' and Mary's merciful Love and a Sense of the Eternal :)
Exposition 10am, Holy Mass 11am, After Lunch; Procession and Devotions at Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes.
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Two of our seminarians, Brs...

by michael

Two of our seminarians, Brs Zachary Lewis and John Jurgutis, renewed their religious vows today, a lovely day for all involved, pray for your future priests :)

 
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Diocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy, commonly known as Penrose Park (located in the Southern Highlands, NSW) is a renowned place of veneration of the replica of the Icon of Our Lady of Jasna Góra, known as the Black Madonna.  The Shrine is ministered by the Order of St. Paul the First Hermit known as the Pauline Fathers, who are the custodians of the original Icon of the Black Madonna for more than 630 years.