“BE BRAVE . MAKE CHANGE”
National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June) is a key time in Australia’s national calendar where communities come together and reflect and assess where they are on the Reconciliation journey. For some, you may be at the beginning, for others, you may have made key changes in the way you work with and welcome First Nations people.
YAM – FAITH FORMATION NIGHT AND SHARING
Join us for our next Young Adults Ministry (YAM) event after the 6pm mass on Saturday 28 May. With the lead up to Pentecost, we will be sharing our faith journeys with each other over some pizza – all young adults are welcome!
THE AUGUSTINIAN MAGAZINE OUT NOW!
Go to the current issue of “The Augustinian Magazine” to read or download here.
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR CONFIRMATION DAY
We would like to congratulate the children and their families, who have received their sacrament of confirmation on Divine mercy Sunday. May you hold the love of Jesus Christ in your heart forever !
“THE SCRIBBLE” RESURRRECTED
Recently published as “The Parish Chronicle” our church periodical was formerly known as “The Scribble”. We have resurrected the title in time for Easter. Thanks to our editorial team. You may view the Autumn 2022 issue here.
RE-ELECTION OF FR PETER JONES OSA AS AUGUSTINIAN PROVINCIAL
Fr Peter Jones has been re-elected as Augustinian Provincial for the coming four years. We congratulate Fr Peter and assure him of our prayers. He is to visit the South Yarra community after Easter.
PRAYER FOR PEACE IN UKRAINE
The Australian Bishops have prepared a prayer for peace in the Ukraine which may be viewed here.
Caritas Australia is conducting an appeal for Ukrainian refugees through their website. You may also contribute to Project Compassion. https://www.caritas.org.au
Project Compassion focuses on the theme “For all future generations” bringing thousands of Australian schools, parishes and supporters together to raise funds for people living in some of the most vulnerable communities across the world. This week we highlight in particular the refugees of the conflict in the Ukraine. The usual envelopes and boxes are available for your Lenten offerings