Wednesday: St Fabian and St Sebastian Thursday: St Agnes Friday: St Vincent
At Christmas in 1895 there was discussion in the media about the merits of Christmas – many young people wrote letters to the Sunday Times. Among the contributors was a girl from a St Patrick’s Mortlake family, published in the Sunday Times
Catholic Missions would like to pass on their sincere thanks to all the parishioners of St Patrick’s who so kindly donated to their 2019 Appeal. The amount raised was $824.00.
Wednesday: St Hilary
Today the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Baptism of Our Lord. This brings to an end the season of Christmas. In the Eastern Church this feast is called Theophany because at the baptism of Christ in the River Jordan, God appeared in three persons.
Catholic Care would like to pass on their thanks to all the parishioners at St Patrick’s Mortlake who so kindly gave so many wonderful gifts for all of the children and young adults at Catholic Care. Your generosity was greatly appreciated and th
This year marks the 125th year of St. Patrick’s, Mortlake. The Church and parish community has been an important landmark. Therefore, this year is significant for our parish as we will celebrate 125 years of St. Patrick’s, Mortlake. The church
With the shift towards a cashless society our parish, consistent with many other parishes, is moving towards installing a Tap Donation facility. The unit will accept donations electronically and securely using contactless card/phone/watch payments.
Many thanks to one of our volunteers, Steph (and friend ) who has been sighted regularly watering the church garden recently. And of course with a heavy watering can. As we pray for rain to end the drought and respite from the tragic bush fires this su
Tuesday: St Raymond of Penyafort