Monday: St Josaphat (1623 – Bishop and martyr) Tuesday: St Frances Xavier Cabrini (1917 – Patron of immigrants) Wednesday: St Laurence O’Toole (1180 – Patron of Dublin) Thursday: St Albert the Great (1280 – Patron of scientists) Friday: St Marga
As this year draws to a close, we read from the final chapter of St Mark’s Gospel. In fact, next week-end we will read St Mark’s story for the last time in 2018. We will not read it at our Sunday Masses for another three years. St Mark’s Gospel is t
As a Parish we are always very generous to this Appeal which is held on 3 occasions each year. The November appeal is scheduled for this weekend and next weekend. Our generosity helps many homeless people, children isolated from their families, exploited
The next meeting for members of the Pastoral Care Ministry will be on Wednesday December 5th. This is our last gathering for 2018. We will meet at 12.30 at The Country Club, Village Drive Breakfast Point.
We are looking for one or two singers & musicians to join our Saturday 6pm music group. If you feel you can assist please call Bob Mayor on 0418 228689 or just say hello to Bob & Marg following the Mass.
This Council is designed to establish a dialogue amongst Catholics across Australia. The questions we are invited to discuss are these: What do you think God is asking of Australian Catholics at this time? What questions do you have about the future of
The next monthly meeting will be held on Thursday 15th at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall.
For those who are available during the day, our Parish Social Ministry extends an invitation to attend a Christmas Lunch at Carmen’s Restaurant, Barnwell Park Golf Club. The cost is $45 for lunch, tea, coffee and entertainment commencing at12 NOON. RSVP
Monday: Saints Zachary & Elizabeth (50 – Parents of St John the Baptist) Tuesday: St Leonard of Limoges (559 _ Patron of Captives) Wednesday: St Willibrord (739 – Patron of Holland) Thursday: Saints Severus, Severian, Carpophorus and Victorius (30
Today we come, in St Marks Gospel, to a revelation that sums up the essential elements of what is involved in being a true Christian. We have, up until this week- end, read a number of stories about Jesus being questioned. Sometimes he was questioned mal