Mission Appeal

Thank you for supporting this year’s Catholic Mission Church Appeal through your kind gifts and prayers, and for being a part of an “education revolution” in Myanmar. Your generosity makes it possible for programs such as the Pyinya Sanyae Institute of Education, as well as schools like St John’s in Hakha, to provide quality, child-centred education to children. Thank you also to…

Mission Appeal

On 28th/29th July, our parish will be holding the annual Catholic Mission Church Appeal. This year we are invited to help to heal a nation through education in Myanmar. Led by Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, the Church is developing an alternative system of quality education, with comprehensive teacher training programs and the establishment of new schools, especially in remote areas. It has…

Interfaith Forum

The second Interfaith Forum Our Faiths and Spirituality will be held on Thursday 7 June at 6:00pm at our Conference Centre. The presenter will be our own Parish Leader, Brendon. This will be an opportunity to explore more about our faith in action, by joining with other faiths, to discover our differences, as well as looking at what we can…

The ALPHA Course

It is ALPHA time again!!! Following the success of our ALPHA course last year, we are pleased to announce our next ALPHA course starting on Wednesday, 21st February at 9am in the Conference Centre. Heard about ALPHA? Curious? Want to know more? Come along to the first session and experience ALPHA for yourself. No charge.…

ALPHA

Heard about ALPHA? Curious? Want to see what all the fuss is about? Come and join us for our ALPHA Christmas social on Monday, 11th December at 7pm. Come and meet those who have just done the course. Share a meal with friends from the parish. Get a taste of ALPHA before we start our…

Social Justice Sunday

We celebrate Social Justice Sunday on 24th September. This year, the Australian Bishops’ Social Justice Statement is titled: Everyone’s Business: Developing an inclusive and sustainable economy. The Statement calls for an economy that is founded on justice and offers dignity and inclusion to every person. For further details about the Social Justice Statement, visit the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council website.

Discussion Morning

For those of us who gathered for the ‘discussion morning’ last Saturday there were a number of articles presented representing a breadth of Catholic voices on the subject of the upcoming plebiscite. The first article, was Bishop Bill’s editorial in the Aurora magazine. You can read it online here: https://mnnews.today/aurora-magazine/september-2017/22595-law-and-social-change/