OUR PARISH VISION
"An inclusive, welcoming and dynamic faith-filled Catholic Community, living and sharing the Gospel, to set the world ablaze."
- Statement of Commitment by Fr Richard Rosse PP
- Parish Policy on Safeguarding Children and Young People
On the Pastor's Desk
Fr Richard's Message:
CHRISTMAS (Yr C)
Friday 24th December 2021
My dear people,
The time to celebrate the birth of Jesus has arrived. The birth of Jesus is a major part of the history of salvation and of humanity for it is the birth of the person who will spend his life, particularly the three years of his ministry, pointing out to the rest of us how to live an authentic human life. This birth of the Son of God brings us joy because it represents the light which removes all darkness, especially the darkness of sin. [Read more]
WEEKDAY AND WEEKEND MASSES
Due to the latest regulation, there is no limit to the capacity for Religious Ceremonies. Furthermore, no vaccination certificates need to be sighted. However, QR Codes are still in place as you come in for Mass. MASKS ARE COMPULSORY INDOORS.
With the changes in regulations, the 8:00am Mass on weekday mornings are also cancelled.
The Parish Playgroup is finished for the year. They will gather again in 2022. New dates will be made known soon. It's open to all preschool aged children and their carers. If you are interested, please get in touch with Natasha via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastoral Letter from Fr Richard Rosse, Parish Priest
Monday 4th October 2021
My dear people,
I pray that you are well during these unprecedented and challenging of times. The purpose of this letter is to share with you some exciting news for our parish community.
Proposed New Church and Facilities
As you may have realised, our parish is growing rapidly in terms of new residential development in our area which in turn has led to many people moving into the parish. The current western boundary of the parish extends to Plumpton Road and you would have noticed how quickly new estates are coming up between the church and Plumpton Road.
Please click here for the letter: /files/docs/Pastoral_Letter_04.10.21.pdf
Please click here for the video: https://youtu.be/O7RpTXJAmjA
PARISH TOWN HALL
THE FUTURE OF OUR PARISH
The Parish Town Hall took place on Tuesday 19 October at 7:30pm.
PowerPoint Slides were used for the presentation. You can access these slides here: Parish Town Hall Presentation Slides
Available Baptism Dates for 2022
Saturday: 1:00pm & 2:30pm
|February 11||March 5 & 26|
|March 11||April 2 & 30|
|April 8||May 7 & 28|
|May 13||June 4 & 25|
|June 10||July 2 & 30|
|July 8||August 6 & 27|
|August 12||September 3 & 24|
|September 9||October 1 & 29|
|October 14||November 5 & 26|
|November 11||December 3 & 17|
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS NO BAPTISM IN JANUARY.
Please click here to go to Baptism Information page.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING
Come and Join Us!
SPIRITUAL RENEWAL MINISTRY
1. Praise & Worship
2. Bible Message
3. Prayers of Healing & Deliverance
Meets every Thursday from 7pm to 8:30pm at CRC Cafeteria.
ABLAZE YOUTH GROUP
The Ablaze Youth meets every fortnight on Fridays at 7:00pm-8:30pm. The group has finished for the year and the next session is on Friday, 21 January 2022 at CRC Hall.
It is open to all Year 7 to 12 students. And you are most welcome to bring along your friends.
For further enquiries, please contact email@example.com
Click here to download poster: /files/docs/2021_ABLAZE_YG_POSTER_.pdf
More on News & Events
- Australia's New Online Catholic Bookshop
- Fr Richard celebrates 10th Anniversary as a priest
- Vocations News - Summer 2021
Archbishop Peter A Comensoli:
- Archbishop's Letter for Pentecost: Take the Way of the Gospel
- 2nd Patrick Oration: Click on this link
- Read: Statement re Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Bill 2020
Please note that the last live-streaming of Mass took place on Sunday 21 November at 9:00am.
- Solemnity of Christ the King, 21 November 2021
- 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(B), 14 November 2021
- 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(B), 7 November 2021
- All Souls' Day, 2 November 2021