The AIMS OF THE MILLENNIUM CHAPEL ARE ...
• to be an oasis of peace in the heart of Paceville for all visitors of all creeds and religions;
Every Saturday, we distribute food-bags to needy families.
While doing your shopping, remember to make happy those who find it difficult to make ends meet in their family.
Buy just one extra item together with your shopping and put it in our basket.
Thank you for your generous heart.
God promised to repay you hundredfold.
St. Patrick’s U 15 team lately visited the Millennium Chapel for the Wow Xperience. Fr. Hilary welcomed them and showed them around explaining the double aims of the Chapel, not only to bring people to God but to help them appreciate the beauty of life in living it well. After a brief visit and prayer in the Chapel the boys proceeded to the multi-purpose hall of Wow, where they watched some beautiful goals of great players like Pele’, Maradona, George Best, Johan Cruyff and others.
Fr.Hilary narrated his long experiences in football when meeting these players personally and spoke of their differences in their characters and personalities . He encouraged the young players to work hard to succeed, and to live responsibly in life. An ex- drug addict continued to appeal to the youngsters to live a healthy life and watch against abuse of alcohol and drugs, and most of all to appreciate life and their God-given talent of football.
The head Coach of St. Patrick’s Football Nursery, Mr. Mario Darmanin presented Fr. Hilary with a set of tracksuits and football jerseys that will go to poor children in Nairobi Kenya, when a group of volunteers from the Augustinians group Amigos will go to work there later this summer. The experience ended with a song by a Palestinian boy while all the players signed the the commemorative Flower of Commitment.
Other nurseries from the YFA are booking to the WOW Xperience as an end of season treat to further their their U.15 and U.17 teams.
Draw us forth, God of all creation.
Draw us forward and away from limited certainty
into the immense world of your love.
Give us the capacity to even for a moment
taste the richness of the feast you give us.
Give us the peace to live with uncertainty,
Help us to experience the resurrection anew
with open wonder
and an increasing ability
to see you in the people of Easter.
Join us for time in prayer as a community before our Lord in the Eucharist.
We will also pray a Chaplet of Divine Mercy in song.
There will also be time for prayer in silence, praise in song, and the traditional prayers of adoration.
Every last Friday of the month at 17:30.