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Saturday : 6.00 PM (Vigil)
Sunday : 9.30 AM (Family), 6.00 PM

Monday : 9.00 AM
Wednesday : 9.00 AM
Thursday : 6.00 PM
Friday : 9.00 AM

Indonesian Mass
Sunday : 3.30 PM

French Mass
Every Third Sunday 11.00 AM

Monday 9.30 AM or by appointment

Thursdays during Lent at 5:30 PM, followed by Mass 6pm

First Sunday - 11am, bookings required

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Inviting young men and women to a Lenten Retreat from 12-14 February. This retreat is designed to help you have a deep encounter with Christ during Lent and to experience the resurrection with Him at Easter.

Location: Mount Schoenstatt, 230 Fairlight Road, Mulgoa.  Date/Time: 8.00pm Friday 12th to 4.00pm Sunday 14th.  Cost: Students $180, Employed $210. Includes accommodation, all meals and retreat materials.
Further Details: Sr Julie Brcar – 0408 738 334 FB Link:

“Merry Christmas and Happy New Year”

Christmas BullDear Parishioners,

Christmas and New Year is a time for gratitude and celebration. It is a time of joy and peace that we celebrate with our families, relatives, and friends. Since my ordination to the priesthood, I have only once celebrated Christmas with my (immediate) family and that was in 2012. Over these years, the MSC’s and parishes where I’ve ministered have been the family that I have mostly celebrated Christmas and New Year with.

As we celebrate these two special events, I invite you to reflect on three things:

First, that this is a time to remember what God has done for us (i.e. God’s presence) in the ordinary and in the extraordinary moments of our life throughout this year. Consciously taking the time to reflect on these experiences will give us sense of gratitude.

Second, that this is a time to celebrate. A sense of gratitude that arises out of the knowledge that God is with us through the joys, the sorrows and even the humdrum of everyday life is the foundation for our reason to celebrate this season with joy and gladness.

Third, that this is a time of hope. Christmas is a season of trust and hope for a better future, because we trust that God is always with us. This trust should enable us to face the future with a spirit of optimism. Our identity as a Christian people is one of hope. So let us approach the New Year with optimism and not pessimism.

With a grateful heart I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Xmas pic

Christmas Eve, Thursday Dec 24
6:30pm – Vigil Mass (Children)
(Shepherds & angels welcome!)
8:30pm – Indonesian Community Mass
11pm – Parish Mass (Youth)

Christmas Day, Friday Dec 25
9:30am – Christmas Day Family Mass
(No evening Mass on Christmas Day)

Holy Family, Sunday Dec 27
9:30am: Mass & KidsChurch + Morning Tea
Sat 6pm, Sun 3:30pm (Indonesian), Sun 6pm

Mary, Mother of God, Friday, Jan 1
9am: Mass

Epiphany, Sunday Jan 3
9:30am: Mass & KidsChurch + Morning Tea
Sat 6pm, Sun 3:30pm (Indonesian), 6pm

Hidden within the World

Br James’ latest CD has now been released. The CD called ‘Hidden within the world’ – songs of hope, loss and transformation’ can be purchased from the Parish House for $25 or on Spotify, iTunes and CD Baby. The CD and music book are also available on his website


What are you doing this summer? Come on a week long retreat for young people wanting to encounter Jesus in a new way and share the Christian challenge with others. Theme: “The Joy of the Lord is our Strength” Neh 8:10. Includes lectures and seminars, prayer, music, loads of fun and new friends. Two locations in NSW – Bathurst and Paterson (10-17 January 2016). Run by the Disciples of Jesus Community for over
25 years. For ages 16-35. For more information see