Under the care of the Discalced Carmelite Friars
Here Is Your Opportunity—DO NOT MISS IT!!
Speak What is on your Mind and in your Heart
at the Listening and Dialogue Sessions in the Parish
All are invited to these sessions which will run for about one hour. You can attend just one or as many sessions as you like.
Tuesday evenings: 20th, 27th of November at 7.30pm
Thursday afternoons: 22nd, 29th November at 2.30pm
Friday mornings: 23rd, 30th November at 9.30am
Please call the parish office on 9276 8500 to register.
What Happens in a “Listening and Dialogue” Session?
You gather in small groups for prayerful reflection and friendly conversations to share what is on your mind and in your heart for the future of the Catholic Church in Australia.
Pick up a Guide for the Listening and Dialogue Sessions,available in the foyer. You can use this guidewith your family, friends or work colleaguesor whatever group you belong to! Or come
to a Parish session. To have a look at the Guide for the Listening and Dialogue Sessions, please click here.
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The Next Step
An important part of the Plenary Council for the Catholic Church in Australia is that after we have asked what we think God is asking of us in Australia at this time we then think about the future. Read more…Continue Reading →
Annual Community Meeting and Parish Pastoral Council
There are three recurring themes in suggestions, or even demands, that people today make in regard to the church after the scandals of recent times. Read more…Continue Reading →
We completed our pilot Alpha program this week with a wonderful meal in which we honoured all those who have been part of the team or our guests. Read more…Continue Reading →
Annual Community Meeting 2018
Monday 26th November at 7pm at the parish hall
All parishioners are invited to our community ACM night. We have the tradition of open Annual Community Meetings at which the Parish Priest, the chairpersons of the Parish Pastoral Council, the Parish Finance Committee and the Principal of Infant Jesus School give reports on the how the parish is going from their different perspectives. The floor is then open to any questions or comments. Written reports are available from the leaders of the different ministries in the parish. They are then open to questions from any parishioners who may have concerns. After the meeting,share a light supper and a cuppa or a wine while you chat with new and old friends.
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PLENARY COUNCIL 2020
During November we will focus on our response to the Australian Plenary Council. As Archbishop Costelloe has made clear, “At the heart of the Plenary Council is the call to prayerfully discern what it is that God is asking us”. Read more…Continue Reading →