All Souls Mass 2021 Fr. Tadgh celebrates his 80th birthday Mass Parish staff celebrating Fr Greg’s 50th Profession and 70th Birthday Infant Jesus Church The Dedication Mass 2020 Tom cantors the Psalm at 9.30am Mass Hospitality Ministers at work Parish Feast Day 2019 Infant Jesus Columbarium gardens Fr. Gregory Burke, OCD Infant Jesus Church

Sacrament of Confirmation 2022

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SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION 2022

 

The Confirmation program is for all parish children who have received the required preparation for the Sacrament.

 

For those who have been suitably prepared, the Sacrament of Confirmation Program dates are as follows:

 

Parents Night                           :Fr. Greg’s talk for parents will now be on-line due to the increasing Covid cases in our area

Commitment Masses             :TBC

Parent & Child Workshop      :TBC

Retreat                                       : 2 June (Thursday) at the Parish Centre & Church

Confirmation Masses             : 9 June (Thursday) at 6pm

:11 June (Saturday) at 11am OR 2pm

Should you have any queries, please email sacramental@infantjesusparish.org.au

 

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Parish Bulletin 29 May 2022 – The Ascension of the Lord, Year C

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Dear brothers and sisters,

The feast of the Ascension marks Christ’s victory over evil and death and celebrates his glorification with God. We rejoice that the humanity of Christ is united with God in glory and so gives us hope of being one with God. Read more..

 

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Parish Bulletin 22 May 2022 – Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C

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Dear brothers and sisters,

The word anxiety comes from a Latin word angustia whose roots suggest being caught in a narrow passage. If we find ourselves caught in a tight space we are anxious and fearful. Read more..

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Parish Bulletin 15th May, 2022 – Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year C.

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Everything is new! There is a new law of love, a new heaven and earth that is established in the church, a new depth of communion there, and a new glory of God that shines forth from its members.

The new commandment is the law of the new heaven and the new earth that are established in the new Jerusalem. Standards are entirely different there. The greater ones serve; the meek possess the earth; happy are the poor; woe to those who laugh. This is clearly a city that comes down from heaven, not one made by human hands. It is a city that embraces all who come to it. God dwells in the midst of this city, in the heart of this people. God dwells with them and they dwell with God.

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Parish Bulletin 8 May, 2022 – 4th Sunday of Easter, Year C

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The Biblical Subgroup of the Spirituality Commission of the General Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops has prepared a resource entitled “Biblical Resources for Synodality,” which highlights how Scripture is at the heart of the synodal journey.

This publication offers examples of lectio divina, along with the search for synodality in Old Testament texts (Psalm 107, Joshua 24, Nehemiah 8:1-12), as well as the figure of Mary, icon of the synodal Church, as she sets out with the disciples or stays in prayer with the Apostles (Acts 1:13-14), bearing witness that she is the way to ecclesial communion (Acts 10:1-11:18). The booklet is currently available in English only, but will soon be available in other languages. Read more….

 

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Parish Bulletin 1 May 2022 – Third Sunday of Easter, Year C

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PLENARY COUNCIL UPDATE

Catholics across the country are being invited to participate in a new prayer pilgrimage as the Church journeys towards the second assembly of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia. Read more…

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