The 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
The 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
The 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
Winter 2020 issue of Liturgy News
Liturgy News is a quarterly magazine from Liturgy Brisbane.
Each issue features commentary and insight from Australia’s leading liturgists and is written for parishes, schools, experts and novices.
This sixteen-page journal, printed in colour, is sent to subscribers at the end of each quarter
The 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
The 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
The 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
The 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A links
Planned Giving Credit Card Forms
DONATIONS/PLANNED GIVING ENVELOPES can be be placed in the boxes on the tables so marked at the 2 authorised door access points at all Masses for Saturday Vigil and Sunday.
Donations during the week can be left in the Presbytery Letterbox or handed in at the Office Door.
Thankyou for your continued financial support during these times.
PLEASE DO NOT USE YOUR OLD ENVELOPES FROM LAST YEAR AS WE HAVE TOTALLY RE-NUMBERED CONTRIBUTORS BOXES & THEY ARE NOW DIFFERENT
Scripture Readings for the Day and the week
The Singing Priest (ABC Compass)
Archdiocese Parish Newsletter (CatholicCare and Parishes working together)
Viewing Mass Online
To watch an online broadcast of the Holy Mass click on the PHOTO of the Church and the website will open – it will search for Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) for the Church that will be LIVESTREAMING A Mass at that particular time – then simply click on the Church’s name in the calendar.
There are many places where Mass is available to watch online, to help us continue our Spiritual communion with the Church.
At a time when Catholic churches across Australia are closed during the
COVID-19 pandemic, this is a wonderful opportunity for people across all ages and no matter where they live to participate in the Mass at the holiest time in our Church’s year.
Liturgy Brisbane link – stay in touch with Scriptures
The group WATAC Inc. (Women and the Australian Church) are launching a series of online conversations called WATAC Presents. The first session, Women and the Plenary Council will take place on Tuesday, 9 June 2020 at 6pm (AEST: Sydney) Sister Clare Condon (former provincial of the Good Samaritan Sisters) and Debra Zanella (CEO of RUAH Community Services) will be leading a conversation around aspirations for the Plenary Council and how the voices of women and other marginalised groups can be included. To take part register at https://watac.net.au/ – Details on accessing the online Zoom session will be emailed. Those without internet access can join the session by telephone.
St Catherine’s Primary School
Links & Events
Children’s Liturgy and Sacramental programs with St John Bosco Parish, Engadine
Visit the Bosco website and click on ‘Children’s Liturgy’.
There is a variety of resources online for the Easter Children’s Liturgy.
|The Magellan introduces ‘Free E-Book: The Early Church‘|
St Pat’s Church – Church Hill (City) online at 9:30 am Daily
Catholic Weekly Online
In light of the closure of churches by order of the federal government, the Archdiocese of Sydney has this week decided to temporarily halt printing The Catholic Weekly. There will be no editions of The Catholic Weekly this weekend and for coming weeks until the matter is reconsidered.
We will therefore be publishing online in the interim so that you can stay up to date and informed with developments on all local, national, and international Catholic news by going to our website: www.catholicweekly.com.au
(Australian Bishops Conference)
The Journey Radio Program
The Journey is a weekly program developed by the Catholic Diocese of Wollongong and is the only Catholic radio program in Australia aired on general Christian radio. Visit www.jcr.org.au or www.itunes.jcr.org.au where you can listen anytime and subscribe to weekly shows by email.
(Gather Proclaim Break Send)
The GPBS Mission & Ministry Team facilitates a number of workshops that give students and staff a hands-on approach to liturgy, prayer, liturgical music, leadership formation and staff professional development. https://www.gpbs.com.au/about-us/
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