Newsletter September 24 | 25th Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

Social Justice Sunday

Drawing inspiration from the teachings of Jesus and the unswerving vision of Pope Francis, this year’s Statement is a response to calls for economic justice and for societies that are founded on justice, offering dignity and inclusion to every person. Further, it makes links with the 1992 Statement, ‘Common Wealth for the Common Good’, acknowledging that whilst many have enjoyed a quarter century of continuous growth, inequality has been increasing, particularly in recent times.

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http://www.socialjustice.catholic.org.au/.

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Newsletter September 17 | 24th Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

Catholic Charities Month

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Jesus said, 'You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the first commandment. The second resembles it: You must love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang the whole Law, and the Prophets also.'


Matthew 11:25-30

There will be a special collection throughout the parish next Sunday, September 24, in support of Catholic Charities

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http://www.adelaide.catholic.org.au/charity-and-giving/catholic-charities/about-catholic-charities-

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Newsletter September 10 | 23rd Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

Child Protection Sunday

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Child Protection Sunday provides us with an opportunity to celebrate the presence of children and young people in our parish and communities as we continue to encourage a community to be a safe environment for all. 

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Picture: This Sunday children will decorate the churches with their colour-in sheets.

Read also ’See me, hear me’ theme for Child Protection Sunday published on The Southern Cross news site.

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Newsletter September 3 | 22nd Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

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In this newsletter:

  • RCIA meetings start Sept 7
  • Child Protection Sunday Sept 10 – pick up colouring in sheets to be diso
  • September is Catholic Charities month
  • Young adults "witnesses" meeting every Sun 7pm
  • RCIA State Confrence - register Sept 13
  • Pilgrimage to India
  • Gospel series - Engaging in the Gospel of Mark by Rev Dr Michael Trainor starting October
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Photo: The Archdiocese celebrated the rich diversity of the Catholic community at the annual Migrant and Refugee Sunday Mass in St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral and at a multicultural celebration in the adjacent St Aloysius’ College gymnasium on August 27. Full story – click here.

To hear Archbishop Wilson's podcast – A moment for Australia to respond to refugees – again: click here

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Newsletter August 27 | 21st Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Re: Formed - The Catholic Faith on Demand - would you like to better know, live and share your Catholic faith? Download newsletter below for more info.

Dear Friends – This resource has a lot of valuable information on many aspects of our faith. We are all at different places in our faith journey within our Catholic church family. These many presentations cover many spiritualities and accordingly some will find some articles more helpful than others. Anyone who wants to follow up any questions from any of the presentations are welcome to talk to me. Fr Gauci

Also in this issue:

  • Message from Archbishop Wilson re Spring Ember Day Friday Sept 1
  • Temporary change to Mass times due to priests attending clergy retreat days - Sept 29, 30 and 31.
  • RCIA meetings start Sept 7
  • Child Protection Sunday Sept 10
  • September is Catholic Charities month
  • Blackfriars Priory school 2018 music and organ scholarships
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Photo: Migrant and Refugee Sunday 2016 celebration in St Patrick's Church, Adelaide.

2017 Migrant and Refugee Sunday will be celebrated on Sunday August 27 at 2.30pm in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral and this year's celebration will include a book launch – Journeys of Faith – in the Judith Redden Hall at St Aloysius College - entrance off Angas Street. All welcome.

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Newsletter August 20 | 20th Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

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So many events coming up – save these dates:

Migrant and Refugee Sunday - August 27, 2.30pm in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral followed by light refreshments in Judith Redden Hall at St Aloysius College – also the launch of book "Journeys of Faith".

Feast of Madonna Di Loreto – August 27, 9.30am Mass in Queen of Angels Church, Thebarton.

Child Protection Sunday – September 10.

CWL Opening Mass for 48th Biennial National Conference – September 11 at 5.45pm in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral.

Annual Anniversaries Mass – October 1, 2.30pm in St Patrick's Church, Grote Street, Adelaide.

Also in this issue:

  • Mass change of venue on Thursday August 24
  • RCIA meetings start September 7
  • Faith Matters Week
  • Postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage announced
  • Conversation English program
  • Looking for women and men to join roster for Altar Society at St John Vianney Church.
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Photo: Students from St Michael's College joined the Sisters of St Joseph and members of Adelaide's Catholic community at Mass in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral on the feast of Australia's first saint on August 8.

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Newsletter August 13 | 19th Week in Ordinary Time | Year A

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August is deacon's month

Archbishop Wilson has nominated August as deacons’ month. On Thursday he celebrated the feast of the deacon, St Lawrence, with the deacons of the  archdiocese. There are now about 160 deacons in  Australia. They serve in a wide variety of ministries. Some are in parishes. Some are in education as chaplains at universities or schools. Some are school principals. A number are with the armed forces, others with police, fire service, ambulance, country fire authorities and state emergency services. Some are involved in chaplaincies in hospitals, aged care and nursing homes, with people with disabilities, with ethnic communities, and missions to  seamen. Others are involved in areas like interfaith work and ecumenism, spiritual direction and parish  administration.  Deacon Nick Kerr

Also in this issue:

  • Special collection for vocations
  • Fatima devotions
  • Capuchin Franciscan Friars Vocations inquiry evening
  • Feast of Mother Teresa procession, Mass and festivities – Mater Christi Church, Seaton
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Photo: Archbishop Wilson and Emeritus Archbishop Faulkner pictured with deacons after the Mass on St Lawrence's feast day on August 10.

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Newsletter August 6 | Transfiguration of the Lord | Year A

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NATIONAL VOCATIONS AWARENESS WEEK (August 6-13) – This first Sunday of National Vocations Awareness Week is centered on the fact that each person is called into the fullness of life by God. As baptised Christians, each of us is called by God and has a unique vocation to be another Christ in the world, bringing forth God’s love and  goodness. The focus this Sunday is on all vocations within the Church for the sake of God’s Kingdom and so, we acknowledge the vocations of all the baptised and explicitly pray for marriage and family life, the single life, and the call to Ecclesial Ministry in the Church.

Photo: Fr Josy Sebastian MSFS is the director of the Vocations office.
Click here to read his story and other vocational stories published in The Southern Cross Vocations feature.

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Also in this issue:

  • Appeal knocked back.
  • Appeal for Vocations August 12/13
  • Vinnies migrant and refugee centre thanks you
  • Change of venue for confirmation practice on Aug 24.
  • Conversational English program
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter July 30 | 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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SILENCE

When we try to express communion with God in words, our minds quickly come up short. But, in the depths of our  being, through the Holy Spirit, Christ is praying far more than we imagine. Although God never stops trying to communicate with us, this is never in order to impose. The voice of God is often heard only in a whisper, in a breath of silence. Remaining in silence in God’s presence, open to the Holy Spirit, is  already prayer. The road to contemplation is not one of achieving inner silence at all costs by following some technique that  creates a kind of emptiness within. If, instead, with a  childlike trust we let Christ pray silently within us, then one day we shall discover that the depths of our being are inhabited by a presence. (Source: www.Taize.fr)

Yours in Christ, Fr Charles Gauci

Also in this issue:

  • East Africa Famine collection
  • National Vocations Awareness Week (Aug 6-13)
  • Works at Holy Name Church, St Peters
  • Film night – Hampstead, at Regal Cinema August 13.
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below

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Photo: Students from Cardijn College singing at the Cardinal Joseph Cardijn 50th anniversary Mass held in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral on July 24.
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Homily: click on file below to listen to Archbishop Wilson's homily from the Cardinal Joseph Cardijn 50th anniversary Mass.
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 Newsletter 30 July 2017.pdf
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Newsletter July 23 | 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Help stop deportation

A Cathedral parishioner, Koku Wotodzo, his wife and three children (pictured) are in danger of being deported. Koku and his family have been coming to 11am Sunday Mass at the Cathedral since the family first came to Australia 11 years ago. The three children were baptised in the Cathedral. The eldest, Perpetua, is an altar server at the Cathedral.

Australia is the only home the children have ever known. If forced to leave they will be sent to a country where they don’t even speak the language! Koku is a tutor and casual lecturer at Flinders University. Mrs Wotodzo has casual contract work as an interpreter.

You can help fight their deportation by signing a petition – links below.

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Also in this issue:

  • East Africa Famine
  • Caritas Climate Change petition
  • PPC meeting
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter July 16 | 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Youth Listening Forum Pre-Synod Information Gathering

  • 16 July, 4pm to 6pm – St Ignatius Parish Hall
    – 137 William St, Norwood, SA
  • 23 July, 7pm to 9pm – St Margaret Mary Parish Hall
    – Croydon Park Parish, 286 Torrens Rd, Croydon Park
  • 30 July. 7pm to 9pm – John XXIII
    – Para Hills/Modbury parish 50 Reservoir Rd, Hope Valley

The Pre-Synod Youth Listening Forum is an opportunity for the Archdiocese of Adelaide to hear directly from young people their deep responses to questions asked in the Preparatory Document for the 2018 Synod of Bishops. The forum will not only inform our Archdiocesan pre-synod report, but it will also influence the ongoing work and development of the Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults (COYYA).

Click here to read news story on The Southern Cross online news service.

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Also in this issue:

  • Cathedral parish infant Baptism program
  • Caritas Climate Change Petition
  • Cathedral parish Scripture Study sessions
  • PPC meeting for Cathedral community
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter July 9 | 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

This week we have two special celebrations – all welcome

Monday July 10, 5.45pm Mass – Archbishop Philip Wilson's 21st Anniversary of Episcopal Ordination.

Tuesday July 11, 12.10pm Mass – Anniversary of the Dedication of the Cathedral.

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Photo: On July 2 to we celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday and the start of NAIDOC Week events. Click on the image to view more photos from that event. Photo courtesy of The Southern Cross/Ben Macmahon

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Also in this issue:

  • RCIA
  • Timor-Leste Petition
  • NATSICC Appeal
  • Parish Pastoral Council meeting details
  • Works at St Peter Claver and St John Vianney
  • Youth listening forum pre-Synod information gathering
  • Youth ministry development officer position – (COYYA)
  • plus more

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Newsletter July 2 | 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday July 2

At St Francis Xavier's Cathedral this weekend the 11am Mass will celebrate
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday.

'Anyone who welcomes you, welcomes me'
The theme is a reminder to keep an open mind and heart to not only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, but anyone that faces challenges including refugees, the disabled and impoverished.

NATSICC have provided a resource booklet which has been carefully developed to assist parishes and schools to celebrate the gifts and contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholics to the Church in Australia. Visit the NATSICC website for more information on their work here in South Australia at www.natsicc.org.au 

Picture: Artwork Three Crosses by Yvonne Tjintjiwara Edwards. Used with permission from Christobel Mattingly 

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Also in this issue:

  • Holy Father's Appeal
  • RCIA
  • Timor-Leste petition
  • Cathedral parish infant Baptism program
  • Blackfriars Priory School scholarships
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter June 25 | 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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RCIA is for those who wish to explore the possibility of becoming a Catholic.

We are getting ready to start a new group for anyone interested in joining us on a journey to explore our Catholic faith.

If you or anyone you know who may be interested please contact me at the Parish Office – you would be most welcome.

Fr Charles Gauci
8232 8688

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Also in this issue:

  • Survey of Young People - deadline June 30, 2017
  • Holy Father's Appeal
  • Vinnies says thank you
  • SFX Cathedral trading table
  • Parish roast lunch
  • Invitation to celebrate 50th anniversary of ordination to the priesthood of St Francis Xavier's Seminary Adelaide class of 1967
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter June 18 | Corpus Christi Sunday

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A survey for young people – ages 16 to 29

Late last year, Pope Francis called for a global meeting of Bishops to be held in October 2018, in Rome, to discuss Young People, Faith, and Discernment for Vocations and wants young people to be a part of the conversation. To accomplish this, each diocese around the world is providing ways for young people to share their thoughts and opinions.

In Australia, the Australia Catholic Bishop’s Conference put together an online survey for young people. In Adelaide we will use the survey results to write our own Pre-Synod report and also to guide the strategic planning for the Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults. (Download newsletter for more info.)

Click here for online survey – www.catholic.org.au/youthsurvey  Deadline end of June 2017.

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Also in this issue:

  • Volunteering briefing
  • Training for readers and extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist
  • Dulwich knit-in – June 22, 10.30am
  • Refugee week June 18-24 – request for donations of basic items
  • plus more events, community news, rosters and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter June 11 | Trinity Sunday

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Two great events last weekend – below is a snippet from Julie Dow, read more in the newsletter.

Congratulations to the Witness Young Adults Group who helped to coordinate last weekend’s Pentecost celebrations at the Cathedral beginning with prayers at 7.30pm and concluding with the beautiful Pentecost Vigil at 10pm. 

Children's Pentecost Vigil – The children listened to the Scripture readings, practised acting out the stories, made tongues of fire for their headbands which they wore for the Mass, wrote Prayers of the Faithful, some of which were spoken in other languages, and made cards for the birthday of the Church.
Photo: Fr Dan and children at the Pentecost Vigil in St Peter Claver Church, Dulwich, on June 3.
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Also in this issue:

  • Survey for young people
  • Training for readers and extra-ordinary ministers of the Eucharist
  • What is a CLC team?
  • plus more events, community news and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter June 4 | Pentecost Sunday

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Volunteer briefing

As per Archdiocesan Policy, all Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are required to provide certification of attendance at Child Safe Environments Training. (The training is quite separate from the Police Checking requirement for all volunteers). We invite any volunteers who have not yet participated in Child Safe Environments Training or an equivalent course to attend a 90 minute volunteer briefing session run by the Archdiocesan Child protection Unit. Check newsletter for dates, times and more info.

Also in this issue:

  • Notice from Multicultural office about upcoming events.
  • PPC commissioning and farewell lunch for Fr Dan Harding – June 4.
  • Syro-Malabar Community News – Mega Bible Quiz
  • Our Lady of Fatima 100 year anniversary devotions at St Peter Claver Church – dates and times listed.
  • Training for Readers and Extra-Ordinary Ministers of the Eucharist – June 24
  • plus more – events, community news and notices – please download newsletter below.

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Newsletter May 28 | Ascension of the Lord

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In preparation to commemorate the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the Adelaide Cathedral Parish will be organising two separate Pentecost Vigils on Saturday 3 June 23.

– for adults and young adults in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral
– for children in St Peter Claver Church, Dulwich
check details and activities planned for these two events in this newsletter.

Also in this issue:

  • Volunteering briefing – all Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are required to provide certification of attendance at Child Safe Environments Training - check out the training dates and more info.
  • PPC commissioning and farewell lunch for Fr Dan Harding – June 4.
  • Syro-Malabar Community News – Mega Bible Quiz
  • Our Lady of Fatima 100 year anniversary devotions at St Peter Claver Church – dates and times listed.
  • Training for Readers and Extra-Ordinary Ministers of the Eucharist – June 24
  • Plus more – events, community news and notices – download newsletter below.

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Newsletter May 21 | Sixth Sunday of Easter | Year A

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Marian Procession and Peace Rally – Pilgrim Peace Park this Sunday May 21. Please make every effort to attend this important Procession and Rally.

Due to the importance of the Centenary of the Fatima Apparitions and the great need we currently have to pray for world peace, Archbishop Wilson has asked if we could do all that is possible to support this work.

Also in this issue:

  • Pentecost – two vigils: adults (St Francis Xavier's) and children (Dulwich)
  • Our Lady of Fatima Centennial anniversary services at the Cathedral
  • Volunteer briefing
  • Syro-Malabar community news
  • Fr Dan Harding returning to missionary work in Chile
  • Plus more – events, community news and notices – download newsletter below.

 

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Newsletter May 14, 2017 | Fifth Sunday of Easter | Year A

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In this issue:

  • Pentecost – In preparation to commemorate the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the Adelaide Cathedral Parish will be organising two separate Pentecost Vigils Saturday June 3
  • Vocations Movement Prayer Vigil – Friday May 19
  • Marian Procession and Peace Rally – Sunday May 21
  • Volunteer briefing
  • SFX choir
  • Our Lady of Fatima Cenetennial anniversary services
  • National Families Week 15-22
  • Upcoming events
  • Parish community news and notices

 

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Newsletter 7 May 2017 | Fourth Sunday of Easter

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Newsletter 30 April 2017 | Third Sunday of Easter

 30 April 2017.pdf

Newsletter 23 April 2017 | Second Sunday of Easter

 23 April 2017.pdf

Newsletter 16 April 2017 | Easter Sunday

 16 April 2017.pdf

Newsletter 9 April 2017 | Palm Sunday

 9 April 2017.pdf

Newsletter 2 April 2017 | Fifth Sunday in Lent

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Newsletter 26 March 2017 | Fourth Sunday in Lent

 26 March 2017.pdf

Newsletter 19 March 2017 | Third Sunday in Lent

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Newsletter 12 March 2017 | Second Sunday in Lent

 12 March 2017.pdf

Newsletter 5 March 2017 | First Sunday in Lent

 5 March 2017.pdf

Newsletter 26 February 2017 | Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Newsletter 19 February 2017 | Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Newsletter 12 February 2017 | Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Newsletter 5 February 2017 | Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time | Year A

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Newsletter 29 January 2017

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 29 January 2017.pdf

Newsletter 22 January 2017

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

 22 January 2017.pdf

Newsletter 15 January 2017

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

 15 January 2017.pdf

Newsletter 8 January 2017

Epiphany

 8 January 2017.pdf

Newsletter 25 December 2016

Christmas Day

 25 December 2016.pdf

Newsletter 18 December 2016

Fourth Sunday of Advent

 18 December 2016.pdf

Newsletter 11 December 2016

Third Sunday of Advent

 11 December 2016.pdf

Newsletter 4 December 2016

Second Sunday of Advent

 4 December 2016.pdf

Newsletter 27 November 2016

First Sunday of Advent

 27 November 2016.pdf

Newsletter 20 November 2016

Christ the King

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 20 November 2016.pdf

Newsletter 13 November 2016

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

 13 November 2016.pdf

Newsletter 6 November 2016

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

 6 November 2016.pdf

Newsletter 30 October 2016

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

 30 October 2016.pdf

Newsletter 23 October 2016

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Newsletter 16 October 2016

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 16 October 2016.pdf

Newsletter 9 October 2016

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 9 October 2016.pdf

Newsletter 2 October 2016

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 2 October 2016.pdf

Newsletter 25 September 2016

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 25 September 2016.pdf

Newsletter 18 September 2016

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C

 18 September 2016.pdf

Newsletter 11 September 2016

24th Sunday in Ordinary TIme

 11 September 2016.pdf

Newsletter 4 September 2016

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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 4 September 2016.pdf

Newsletter 28 August 2016

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

 29 August 2016.pdf

Newsletter 21 August 2016

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

 21 August 2016.pdf

Newsletter 14 August 2016

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 14 August 2016.pdf

Newsletter 7 August 2016

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 7 August 2016.pdf

Newsletter 31 July 2016

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 31 July 2016.pdf

Newsletter 24 July 2016

17th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 24 July 2016.pdf

Newsletter 17 July 2016

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 17 July 2016.pdf

Newsletter 10 July 2016

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 10 July 2016.pdf

Newsletter 3 July 2016

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 3 July 2016.pdf

Newsletter 26 June 2016

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 26 June 2016.pdf

Newsletter 19 June 2016

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 19 June 2016.pdf

Newsletter 12 June 2016

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 12 June 2016.pdf

Newsletter 5 June 2016

10th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Newsletter 29 May 2016

Corpus Christi

 29 May 2016.pdf

Newsletter 22 May 2016

Trinity

 22 May 2016.pdf

Newsletter 15 May 2016

Pentecost

 15 May 2016.pdf

Newsletter 8 May 2016

Ascension

 8 May 2016.pdf

Newsletter 1 May 2016

Sixth Sunday of Easter

 1 May 2016.pdf

Newsletter 24 April 2016

Fifth Sunday of Easter

 24 April 2016.pdf

Newsletter 17 April 2016

Fourth Sunday of Easter

 17 April 2016.pdf

Newsletter 10 April 2016

Third Sunday of Easter

Have you caught anything friends
In days gone by it was a practice to walk the length of the Grange jetty when the fish were biting and this question often brought a yes with the trophies displayed. Not so today. Few dangle a line as it’s not often the fish are there. Why? Because of the over fishing, pollution and loss of sea grasses. There have been efforts to reverse the situation, but the return of the fish numbers may never be as they were.
 

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 10 April 2016.pdf

Newsletter 3 April 2016

Second Sunday of Easter

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Newsletter 27 March 2016

Easter Sunday

 27 March 2016.pdf

Newsletter 20 March 2016

Palm Sunday

 20 March 2016.pdf

Newsletter 13 March 2016

Fifth Sunday in Lent

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Newsletter 6 March 2016

Fourth Sunday in Lent

 6 March 2016.pdf

Newsletter 28 February 2016

Third Sunday in Lent

 28 February 2016.pdf

Newsletter 21 February 2016

Second Sunday in Lent

 21 February 2016.pdf

Newsletter 14 February 2016

First Sunday in Lent

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 14 February 2016.pdf

Newsletter 7 February 2016

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Newsletter 31 January 2016

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 31 January 2016.pdf

Newsletter 24 January 2016

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

 24 January 2016.pdf

Newsletter 17 January 2016

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

 17 January 2016.pdf