Lenten Groups

This year, Lent commences on Ash Wednesday, 17 February and, as usual, we are calling for parishioners to facilitate small groups in the  Lenten program. If you have not considered doing so before, we ask you to think about volunteering in this capacity. Being a facilitator does not require any special knowledge or skills, just […]

Farewell morning tea for Fr Matthew

Dear Parishioners, After just over 2.5 years, the 8am mass this Saturday, 30 January will be Fr Matthew’s last mass with us. The Parish Pastoral Council invites you to attend mass followed by a farewell morning tea (in a Covid safe way) for Fr Matthew to acknowledge the great contribution he has made to All[…..]

Growing in Christ program

Dear Parishioners, Some time ago, we did a survey of our parish, which revealed that many of you wanted to know more about your faith, so that you could encounter Jesus in a closer personal relationship. For the past 7 months, we have been screening a fascinating series of videos, each fortnight, which do just[…..]

What every Catholic needs to know about preparing for death – of oneself, a loved one, a friend, a neighbour or an acquaintance and how we can assist.

That’s a stark question, one that sounds especially harsh to ears accustomed, instead, to our society’s message of relentless pursuit of immortality and eternal youth. And yet, as the old saying goes, death is one of the few certainties in this life. There’s absolutely no avoiding it. St. John Vianney said  “……..man dies once only,[…..]

Growing in Christ Program

Do you want to understand your Catholic faith better? Do you want to have a closer relationship with Jesus? Do you want to know how to live your Catholic faith in a deeper and more meaningful way? Do you want to know how to put into practice what you teach? Do you want to lead[…..]

Divine Mercy

At this time, many people around the world have and are still falling ill and dying, but worse than this, is the way in which many are dying in isolation and complete abandonment. Thousands are dying alone everyday, without the opportunity to be assisted by a priest or surrounded by family, A quote from Skynews sums[…..]