OUR PARISH VISION
"An inclusive, welcoming and dynamic faith-filled Catholic Community, living and sharing the Gospel, to set the world ablaze."
On the Pastor's Blog
Message on Pentecost Sunday
My dear people,
I bring you the great news that we are now ready to reopen the church and celebrate Mass. Owing to the strict conditions placed on the reopening of the churches people will have to book to come to Mass and everyone who books will be allocated a seat at a Mass. This information has been sent to everyone whose contact details we have, either by email or normal mail. [Read more]
Our website is easy to use and is accessible using computers, smart phones or tablets.
This "Home" page provides a quick overview of what's happening in our Parish without requiring you to "dig" for the latest information.
The Mass Schedule for the upcoming 7 days is available on every page of our website.
Parish events have been organized into our Events Calendar.
The parish is not accepting new baptism enrollments in the meantime.
We will announce via this website and the parish's other social media platforms the date when we are starting to accept new enrollments.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING!
Caroline Springs Parish: Catholics in Isolation
Members of the Ministry of Readers and the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC) held two meetings via zoom last 22 and 23 May.
The purpose of the meetings was to touch base with Fr Richard and hear what the parish has been doing in these days of COVID-19 restrictions.
It also gave the readers and EMHCs the opportunity to touch base and socially connect with each other as well, something everyone has been missing in these last 10 weeks or so. The meetings ended with a rousing rendition of our parish hymn, Set the World Ablaze, which Fr Richard said made him feel like he was back in the church with the congregation singing.
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Archbishop's Statement on the publication of Case 35 of the Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
IT is good that all the material from Case 35 of the Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has now been made fully available. There was never any question that the redacted information should remain closed to the public. [Read full text]