This village is specifically designed for people living with dementia or aged related complex care needs. Co-located is The Palazzo, a new concept, offering exclusive apartment living, integrated with world class care, for people who can continue living i
Our traditional family celebration of the birth of Jesus is on Christmas Eve at 6pm. All children are welcome to take part in our Mass. Children are invited to come dressed as an Angel or a Shepherd (No Santa Hats please). If you would like to be in the c
Fr John was honoured to host the Christmas gathering in the presbytery last Friday evening. Thanks to all individuals, couples and families who were able to attend. It was an occasion of great joy and fellowship.
The members of the Pastoral Care Ministry wish all a happy and holy Christmas. We look forward to offering support during 2018.
A Variety of Christmas Cards ($6.00 Packet of 10) and Columban Calendars ($9.00), are available from the parish office on Tuesday and Friday.
Parishioners and children are invited to write a prayer, a name or nothing at all on a candle from the basket in the narthex during Advent. Each week there will be a different theme – Peace, Hope, Joy and Love. Once you complete your prayer you are
Mortlake St Vincent De Paul would like to advise that 42 Christmas Hampers were delivered during the past week, bringing much needed joy to the recipients for the festive season.
In the Old Testament of the Bible there were holy men who told the people what they believed it was that God was expecting of them. These holy men were called “prophets”. One of these prophets who lived about 500 years before the birth of Jesus was a
As we come to the end of our Inaugural year, I would like to thank the Parish for all the support over our first year. It really has been a wonderful journey, with great learnings and many special events. The children have learnt a lot about church, praye
“Prepare the Way of the Lord”. That simple message in St Mark’s Gospel today says it all. The Advent Wreath in our church reminds us of the light of our life whose birth we are about to celebrate. The Christmas tree reminds us that Jesus is the cent