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Annual Catholic Campaign 2022 Aug 19, 2022

Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
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2022 Annual Catholic Campaign

We are called to be the face, hands and heart of Christ in our communities. Every day, God showers us with blessings so that we will have gifts to share. Once a year, we are called to support the Annual Catholic Campaign and to reach out to serve others – the homeless, the marginalised, the elderly, our future priests in formation, and families in dire circumstances.  The Annual Catholic Campaign reminds us that we are part of the larger Church. Our parishes work together to support vital ministries and  services. Funds raised will support ministries that directly impact this parish, including:

  • training future priests,
  • caring for elderly priests when they become frail and unwell,
  • helping struggling families access a Catholic education and
  • caring for those suffering physically and emotionally in our local community.

When making your gift, please put your donation inside the envelope provided so it  remains separate from the parish collection.  If you add your details to the envelope you will receive a tax receipt in the mail.

Alternatively, you can simply go straight to our parish’s secure and  Donate now.

Over the past years, our parish has given generously and together we have made a lasting impact on the lives of so many people in our community.

Thank you for your generosity and for making sure our Church is here to help in times of need.






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