Date(s) - 26/04/2019
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
MEMORIAL MASS FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE BOMB BLAST IN SRI LANKA (at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 2 St Mary’s Road, Sydney on Friday 26 at 5.30 pm)
MEMORIAL MASS FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE BOMB BLAST IN SRI LANKA
You are invited for a memorial mass presided over by Most Rev Dr Anthony Fisher Archbishop of Sydney.
The memorial mass will take place
at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 2 St Mary’s Road, Sydney
on Friday 26
at 5.30 pm.
This is the first time that an Archbishop of Sydney is going to preside over a mass for the Sri Lankan Community
and I would strongly urge all Sri Lankans both Catholic and Non-Catholic to attend this mass in solidarity.
How to Get to St Mary’s Cathedral
There are a number of train stations within walking distance to the Cathedral.
The closest railway station is St James.
02 min walk from St James railway station
08 min walk from Martin Place railway station
10 min walk from Town Hall railway station
There are many bus services within the inner city surrounding St. Mary’s Cathedral which offer easy access.
The following bus routes make stops along College St, Prince Albert Rd, William St and Elizabeth St:
301, 302,303,308,309,310,311, 323, 324,325,326,327,339,343, 373, 374,376, 377,380, 389,391, 392, 394,396, 397,441,461,480 and 483.
There is no onsite parking at St Mary’s Cathedral. The closest parking stations are:
ENACON Parking – 2 Cathedral Street (under St Mary’s Cathedral Forecourt)
DOMAIN Parking – St Mary’s Road (located adjacent to St Mary‘s)
Please disregard the earlier notice of the prayer service to be held on Thursday 25 at Croydon.
Fr. Chaminda Wanigasena
Chaplain, Sri Lankan Catholic Community, NSW