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The month of November is dedicated to the Souls in Purgatory, whose feast is celebrated on November 2. With the exception of the last two days, the entire month of November falls during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time, which is represented by the liturgical color green.

This symbol of hope is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. It is used in the offices and Masses of Ordinary Time.

Mass Times

Robertsham

Monday – 08:30 am
Wednesday – 07:00 pm
Saturday: 06:00 pm – Book this Mass
Sunday:  08:00 am – Book this Mass
Sunday:  10:00 am – Book this Mass
Sunday:  12:00 pm – Book this Mass

Booysens

Monday – SUSPENDED
Sunday: 08:30 am – Book this Mass

Confessions

Robertsham

Saturday: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 
Saturday: 05:00 pm – 05:45 pm

Booysens

Sunday: 07:45 am – 08:20 am

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Baptism talks for November will take place on the 23rd and 24th November with baptisms taking place on Saturday 28th November

Baptism talks for December will take place on the 14th and 15th December with baptisms taking place on Sunday 20th December

Living Faith booklet Nov-Feb - R25.   (10 copies left)
Carmel Bible Diary for 2021 -  R110.  (56 copies left)

The Bible diaries have the full gospel of the day, psalm of the day, the Alleluia, reflections and a place to write notes. Also has lots of prayers, mass prayers novena etc

Living Faith - Nov to Feb

Living Faith booklet Nov-Feb - R25.   (10 copies left)

Carmel Bible Diary

Carmel Bible Diary for 2021 -  R110.  (56 copies left)

Memorial Mass - 25 November 2020

Latest information

With effect from the 27th September 2020, parishes can open doors for the public celebration of the Holy Eucharist, with maximum of 250 people inclusive or 50% of the normal capacity of the church. We also need to take into consideration the 1,5m distancing guidelines.

RCIA and other faith formation programs at the parish may resume in the New year of 2021, except for the First Holy Communion Class and Confirmation class of 2020 that needs to receive the sacraments this year, can resume immediately. ( Further details will be communicated by the Catechist Co-Ordinator )

 

 

May resume, adhering to public health hygiene and protection of those particularly vulnerable to COVID19 and allowing no more than thirty (30) people at a baptism ceremony. ( Communication on the Baptism of infants will be communicated in due course, kindly visit our social media platforms for further details.)

Are permitted as per the directive of the government, with the restriction of 100 people allowed in the CHURCH, except for COVID19 related deaths, where the corpse does not enter the church building due to serious hygiene reasons.
Taking the above into consideration, please note the following: Maximum number of people that can attend each mass, taking into consideration the social distancing –  Robertsham : 72 & Booysens: 25

Baptism talks for November will take place on the 23rd and 24th November with baptisms taking place on Saturday 28th November

Baptism talks for December will take place on the 14th and 15th December with baptisms taking place on Sunday 20th December

May resume, adhering to public health hygiene and protection of those particularly vulnerable to COVID19 and allowing no more than thirty (30) people at a baptism ceremony. ( Communication on the Baptism of infants will be communicated in due course, kindly visit our social media platforms for further details.)

 

  1. Parishioners to please arrive 30 minutes before Mass starts, this is to allow for registration and taking of the temperature.
  2. Only Parishioners who have booked for Mass are allowed in the church.
  3. Kindly report to the COVID-19 station at the entrance of the church.
  4. Have your temperature taken and recorded.
  5. Sanitize your hands.
  6. Masks must always be worn.
  7. Ushers on duty will show you where to sit.
  8. The gates will be closed 10 minutes before Mass starts.
  9. Kindly familiarize yourself with all the COVID-19 posters displayed.
  10. Place all paper towels and tissues in the bins provided.
  11. If any member of the family is or has been ill with the flu or stomach ailments, PLEASE STAY AT HOME.
  12. Parishioners with COMORBIDITIES1 and the SICK are strongly advised to stay at home.

 

[1COMORBODITY is the presence of one or more additional medical conditions oftenco-occurring or co-existing with a primary condition. In the context of COVID19 itrefers to existing chronic diseases that could put people at higher risk of developing complications if they are infected with the Coronavirus]

Mass booking: To be done by completing online forms available next to Mass times or under upcoming events. 

Website: www.stjohnbosco.org.za
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stboscorob
Mass will be streamed to our YouTube page
http://bit.ly/StJohnBoscoRobertshamYoutube

If as a parishioner you are unable to book via the social media, you are welcome to contact
Martin Rathinasamy, the Parish secretary at (011) 680 3900 to book on your behalf.

Parishioners can book for someone else in need.

Once your booking form has been received, you will receive an E-mail/SMS/Call confirming
the date allocated to you, by Friday each week.

The booking for each weekend Mass will close 14h00, every Thursday.

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Phone: +(27)11 680 3900
Phone: +(27)11 680 0007
E-mail: robertsham.stjohn@catholicjhb.org.za
18 Dorchester Street, Robertsham, 2091, Johannesburg, South Africa