Parish Bulletin, 26th January, 2014 – Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A.

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Dear Parishioners,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  When I first came to Australia, in October over 20 years ago, I remember talking to a local man who had a farm in the area. He was pointing at the surrounding trees on his property  and told me there were about 70 species of eucalypt in the country; I knew them as ‘gum trees’. On the same note,  the late writer Eric Rolls  stated: ‘Eucalypts are an integral part of Australia. The smell of their leaves burning is 35 million years old. Even the smell of a crushed leaf arrests attention although it is so familiar.’ Read more..

 

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