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Fr Peter’s Front Page Reflection

A century and a half ago, a group of ex-soldiers were working to build a sawmill on the American Fork River in Western California. Their promised wages were $1.50 a day—nothing to sneeze at in those days. But while blasting away dirt from the new mill channel, one of the men saw a golden sparkle…

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QUO VADIS WEEKEND – August 14 Hosted at Holy Spirit Seminary, and designed to help young men discern their calling to the ordained  ministry, Quo Vadis, which means “Where are you   going”, allows each  person to experience a glimpse of a seminarian’s formation at the Seminary and what it means to be a Priest of…

Welcome Back Fr William & Cath Ed Week

Last week’s Catholic Education week’s celebrations took on a special significance as we welcomed back to our community  Fr William Aupito Iuliano.  William spent 2019 with us as a seminarian before returning to Banyo Seminary to complete his studies. On the Feast of Saints Peter & Paul, William was ordained at the Cathedral of St…

Parish Diary Events This Week

Sunday 1 Aug:   18th Sunday in Ordinary Time ¨ Carwash & BBQ at OLR, please join us 8.30-10am. ¨ Join us for a cuppa after 8am Unity Mass today. ¨ Kid’s Club at OLR 9.30am Mass. ¨ Illuminate Youth Group at Unity for grades 9-12 – 6-8pm   Monday 2 Aug:                 ¨ Adoration…

Bishop Vincent: ‘My hope for the Plenary Council’

Most Reverend Vincent Long Van Nguyen OFM Conv DD STL, Bishop of Parramatta. Dom Helder Camara Lecture Parkville, Victoria, 30 June 2021 Plenary Council: Abundance of goodwill or the last throw of the dice? With a few months to the first session of the long-awaited Plenary Council (PC2020), we are finally headed down the home…

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