“In October 2021, the Catholic Church in Australia will gather for the first Assembly of the Plenary Council to be held since the second Vatican Council. In 2018, when the decision to hold a Plenary Council was announced, the entire People of God in Australia began preparing for this historic moment by listening to God […]
If you need Confession or the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, please contact the Parish Office (97431023) or send an email to Fr Chaminda.
Weekday Masses continue to be celebrated without any congregation and you are most welcome to send your Mass Intentions via email to Fr Chaminda.
When requesting Masses to be offered please use one Mass Intention Envelope for one intention. If you are attending the Mass which is offered for your loved one/s, you are welcome to bring a photo of them for display during the Mass.
All parishioners who desire to enhance their faith and knowledge of the Eucharist are welcome to attend a program facilitated by Fr Chaminda. Please go to Faith Formation for further information.
Our youth ‘gatherings’ will continue via zoom during our current lockdown. For more information, go to our Youth page.
Volunteers are welcome to support the parish with electrical, plumbing,carpentry, stitching, embroidery, gardening, tree trimming etc. Pleasemeet with Fr Chaminda or send an email to email@example.com express your interest.
Ascension’s Bible in a Year Podcast, hosted by Fr. Mike Schmitz guides Catholics through the Bible in 365 daily episodes start 1 January 2021. Each 20–25-minute episode includes: two to three scripture readings a reflection from Fr. Mike Schmitz and guided prayer to help you hear God’s voice in his Word.
Fr Chaminda will be available to hear Reconciliations in the Church at various times throughout the week. Please see the Home page for the times. Parishioners are also invited to contact the parish office to make an appointment for Reconciliation and any pastoral guidance at any other time.
While you are at home and unable to attend weekly Mass, why not read these Sunday Readings and Family Prayers provided by ‘Liturgy Brisbane’. https://www.liturgybrisbane.net.au/prepare/sunday-readings-and-family-prayer/