Contributed by Br Graham-Michoel, OSBC, on June 26 2022.
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In the Christian Kalendar June is a positive feast of feast days: St Alban, considered by many as the true patron of England; John the Baptist, who is awarded two significant feast days every year; St Barnabas, one of the fairly quiet Apostles; St Romuald, the great Benedictine reformer at the end of the first millennia, (my own champion and patron); two significant Maori prophets of the early days of the European colonisation of Aotearoa, Wiremu Tamihana and Hanare Wiremu Taratoa; St Thomas More, who had the courage to stand up to Henry VIII; and many more. And then there is our own St Peter, Patron of the Parish. Read more...
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Everlasting God, we thank you for the life and service of Queen Elizabeth.
As we with give you thanks for the past,
we also look to you for the future,
praying for the work and witness of Charles, our new King.
May your truth and justice, harmony and fairness flourish among us;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
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September 29 - St Michael & All Angels
September 27 - Martyrs of Melanesia
September 26 - Lancelot Andrewes
September 25 - 26th Ordinary Sunday
September 25 - St Sergius of Radonezh
September 18 - 25th Ordinary Sunday
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