Discovering more about the Mass


A series of five online evening sessions led by Tony Darlison and the St. Peter’s Formation Team.

In this Year of the Eucharist, Bishop Philip invites us to reflect on the mystery of Jesus’ sacramental presence in the world in the form of the consecrated bread and wine, truly His body, blood, soul and divinity.

Join with us in entering more deeply into this beautiful mystery by discovering more about the Mass – what it is, what happens during Mass, and what can happen to us through our participation in the sacrifice of the Mass.

If you would like to join us, please register on this Zoom link:
 https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqdOGtpzwpGtGuXdroMkFysxlK6iSbowQO


Source and SummitClick here to watch this session on catch-up
Tuesday 12 October, 7:45pm
Reflect on the Mass as the ‘source and summit of Christian life’ (Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 1324) and what this means for us.

Roots in Scripture and Tradition
Tuesday 19 October, 7:45pm
Discover more about how and why the Mass is given to us by God, from its roots in the Old Testament, the Last Supper, the Road to Emmaus, and the early Church.

Perfect Sacrifice
Tuesday 26 October, 7:45pm
Explore the Mass as an eternal sacrifice, and act of infinite generosity, love and perfection. Deepen our understanding that the Mass is not just a remembrance or re-enactment, but is our participation in the eternal banquet, the closest thing to heaven on earth.

Real Presence
Tuesday 2 November, 7:45pm
Reflect on the amazing gift of the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, body, blood, soul and divinity. Contemplate Jesus’ real presence in the Mass: in the Eucharist, the Word, the priest in persona Christi, and in us gathered with the whole Church, the mystical body of Christ.

Perfect Offering
Tuesday 9 November, 7:45pm
Consider why sometimes the Mass does not feel like the wonderful intimate gift we have learned about. Share ideas on how we can ‘stir up’ our faith (2 Timothy 1:6) better to receive His gift, before, during and after Mass. Learn about encountering Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration.