Parish staff celebrating Fr Greg’s 50th Profession and 70th Birthday Infant Jesus Church The Dedication Mass 2020 Family Bingo Day Tom cantors the Psalm at 9.30am Mass Hospitality Ministers at work Parish Feast Day 2019 Infant Jesus Columbarium gardens Jubilee celebrations Fr. Gregory Burke, OCD Infant Jesus Church

St Therese of Lisieux Retreat – Thursday 1st October at Infant Jesus Church

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TRUST & LOVE IN TROUBLED TIMES:  Catholic Mission presents this half day retreat on the Feast of St Therese of Lisieux, Thursday October 1, 2020 at Infant Jesus Parish, Morley.  Mass at 9am, Retreat from 10am to 1pm, Morning tea provided.  Keynote speakers:  Dr Pina Ford, Catholic Education WA, Mr Derek Boylen, Centre for Life, Marriage & Family.  Proceeds to help Catholic Mission’s Carmelite partner projects in India.  Adults $10, Concession $5.  Tickets can be purchased on Trybooking:  https://www.trybooking.com/BLMCY For more information contact Francis on 9422 7933 or email director.cm@perthcatholic.org.au

To click the following for 2020 Lisieux Retreat Information Sheet (003)

 

 

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Parish Fundraiser – All Things Gardening

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We are planning to hold a big plant/garden stall to raise money for the parish for ongoing maintenance of our buildings. We will not set a firm date until the WA government  announces the move to Stage Five and Covid-19 regulations are relaxed a little more. However, we hope to hold this fundraiser around the beginning of next Autumn—April/May 2021.

 

In the meantime, we need your help! You can help in many ways, but here are some of them:

  • If you love to garden, please start potting up plants from your garden. Anything at all will be welcome, but especially popular are succulents of all kinds, indoor plants, flowering shrubs, herbs. To prevent the spread of disease, potting mix rather than garden soil should be used. Please collect some pop sticks from the parish office so that you can name your potted plants (write the name on the pop stick and pop it in the pot for us)
  • If you are an average gardener and subsequently have lots of empty pots from your past attempts, please consider donating them to the parish for use by others. Pots of all kinds  (plastic, terracotta, pottery etc ) and sizes (even tiny tubestock pots) will be welcome and can be dropped to the parish office. Please hose out your pots before bringing them in.
  • Do you have old terrariums or interesting old ceramic pots ( old teapots even, or giant cups) which could be used to plant mini-gardens? Please bring them in!
  • If you are not a gardener at all, but know someone who loves their garden, why not ask if they will pot up some things for you to bring along—most gardeners love sharing!
  • If you sew, consider making some gardening aprons, hats, sleeve protectors etc to donate for the sale (children’s sizes too).
  • If you love craft, consider making some garden related items.
  • If you decide to spring clean your shed, consider donating any garden-related items that you no longer want.
  • If none of the above is something you can do, consider donating towards a bag of potting mix ($8 for a 30 litre bag.) for people who want to help by potting up plants.

It would be great to see this fundraiser bring our community together in a real shared effort.

If you have any questions, or better yet, any good ideas to share, please contact Angela via the parish office.

 

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Parish Bulletin 20 September 2020 – Twenty-fith Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A

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Dear brothers and sisters,

The theme that unites today’s First Reading (Is 55:6-9) and Gospel (Matt 20:1-16a) is the unlimited generosity of God. Isaiah insists on the difference between God’s ways and our ways, God’s thoughts and human thoughts.  Read more…

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Parish Bulletin 13 September 2020 – Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A

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Dear brothers and sisters,

Forgiveness lies at the heart of life. For people who have been deeply wronged or hurt, forgiveness may be the task of a lifetime. It is a grace, the gift of God. Read more…

 

 

 

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Revised Directives for Churches and Chapels within the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth – Extension of Phase 4 of WA COVID 19 Roadmap

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Archbishop Costelloe has released another pastoral letter on a revised series of directives relevant to the extension of Phase 4 COVID roadmap, which come into effect across the Archdiocese of Perth commencing Saturday 5th of September.

To read the letter, please click on the following link Phase 4 COVID WA Roadmap Pastoral Letter 3 September 2020 (final)

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