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Masses and ministrations

Catholic church “St Joseph” (Gmaps)

Sunday

9.00 a.m. – in Polish
10.30 a.m. – in Bulgarian
12.00 p.m. – in English
6.00 p.m. – in Bulgarian

Weekdays

8.00 a.m. – in Bulgarian
6.00 p.m. – in Bulgarian

Once a month

13.12.2020; 17.01.2021; 07.02.2021; 14.03.2021; 11.04.2021; 16.05.2021; 13.06.2021

3.30 p.m. – in French (more info: +359 889 494 727 – fr. Daniel Gillier АА)


 

Catholic Chapel of the Annunciation on “Oborishte 5” (Gmaps)

Every Saturday

5.00 p.m. – in Italian

 


More information

The Mass during Holy Days and in other occasions may vary in which case the mass details are announced before on mass and in the parish bulletin.

We would like to remind that Holy Communion may receive only the one who has not committed mortal sin since his/her last confession and said last confession had taken place not more than 12 months ago. Otherwise you need the Sacrament of Reconciliation in order to receive the Holy Communion. Receiving of Holy Communion in state of mortal sin is sacrilege.


Other Sacraments (contact the Parish Office)

Baptism – contact the Parish Office during the working hours.

Reconciliation – before and after the Mass – you may refer to the priest who is serving the Mass. You may also appoint another day and time with him.

Confirmation – contact the Parish Office during the working hours.

Marriage – contact the Parish Office during the working hours.

Anointing of the Sick – Contact the Parish Office during the working hours and if the circumstances require – at any time.

Confessions are before or after each Holy Liturgy (refer to the priest who is serving the liturgy for confession). You may also arrange with a priest for a confession or spiritual conversation at another time. Sacrament of Anointing the Sick – in exceptional circumstances, you can call the parish telephone at any time or ring the door of the parish house. The rest of the sacraments shall be arranged during the office hours of the parish office.

We would like to remind that “Whenever necessity requires or a genuine spiritual advantage suggests, and provided that the danger of error or indifferentism is avoided, it is lawful for any Catholic for whom it is physically or morally impossible to approach a Catholic minister, to receive the sacraments of penance, Eucharist and anointing of the sick from a minister of an Eastern Church (Orthodox priest)” (Directory for the Application and Norms on Ecumenism, 123).