Safeguarding Sunday, 11 September, 2022 Fr. John’s 50th Birthday Fr. Tadgh’s 80th Birthday Fr. Tadgh celebrates his 80th birthday Mass Parish staff celebrating Fr Greg’s 50th Profession and 70th Birthday Infant Jesus Church Tom cantors the Psalm at 9.30am Mass Hospitality Ministers at work Infant Jesus Columbarium gardens Fr. Gregory Burke, OCD Infant Jesus Church

Parish Bulletin 25th September 2022 – Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

There is a sharp social justice focus in the Scriptures today. In today’s Gospel we again focus on Luke’s teaching on the use and abuse of riches. Greed and grasping lead to a useless way of life that does not see the suffering of others and is unable to respond actively to help those who are poor, disadvantaged, and powerless. Read more…

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Parish Bulletin 18 September 2022 – Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Is the rich man’s steward in today’s Gospel (Lk16:1-13) a crook? He may well have been. But he may not have been. Stewards had the right to charge their boss’s clients a fee for the contracts they wrote. Read more…

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Safeguarding Sunday, 11 September, 2022

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The Parish of  Infant Jesus and the Diocese of Perth are committed to the care, wellbeing and protection of children, young people and people at risk in our community. Mindful of the theme for National Child Protection Week, may we work together to ensure all people feel safe and supported.

You can find out more about the Church’s work in this area at: www.catholic.org.au/safeguardingsunday

 

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Parish Bulletin, 11 September, 2022 – 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C.

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In each of today’s parables the behaviour, response and attitude of the person who loses something precious images the behaviour, response, and attitude of God towards human beings ‘lost’ through sin. Taken together, the parables show that the chief issue at stake is not sin and forgiveness but the loss and recovery of human beings, who are so precious in God’s sight. The whole mission of Jesus is to reclaim human lives for God and to show people how much God values them by publicly celebrating that reclamation. The ‘foolishness’ of each of the main actors in the parables images in some way the supreme ‘foolishness’ of God’s love shown by Jesus on the Cross.  Read more…

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Parish Bulletin, 4 September, 2022 – 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C

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Wishing all our Dads, Grandfathers and Great Grandfathers every blessing as they continue to love and serve their families. Have a wonderful day!

“He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers.”  Malachi 4:6   Read more..

 

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