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Faithful to the Teaching of the Apostles; Faithful to Prayer;
Faithful to the Breaking of the Bread;
Alive in the Community of the Spirit;
Sharing what we have with those in need.
Follow our weekly Parish Bulletin for News of our Parish.. Our big "thing" this year is our Sesquicentary on September 5th celebrating 150 years of of Witness to Jesus Christ in Glen Innes as a Catholic Faithful.
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Please pray for our young Candidates for
CONFIRMATION & FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2021
and for their families.
This is a most significant time in their sacramental Christian initiation.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Zoe McAlister; Andy Watson; Riley van der Waal
CONFIRMATION: Holly O’Brien; Charlie Townsend; Mia Watson; Jock Baker; Thomas McHarg;
Mary Arandale; Emily & Tom Pietsch.
Traditionis Custodes Was Never Merely About the Liturgy
"To doubt the Council is to doubt the intentions of those very Fathers who exercised their collegial power in a solemn manner cum Petro et sub Petro in an ecumenical council,  and, in the final analysis, to doubt the Holy Spirit himself who guides the Church".
[from the Letter of Pope Francis to the Bishops - accompanying Traditionis Custodes]
Want to hear a Young Catholic talk sense about
Catholics who enjoy the Traditional Latin Mass are feeling personally attacked by Pope Francis after his recent implementation of restrictions regarding the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass (Tridentine Mass). What does this mean for the church? And how can some historical
perspective help us sift through the emotional reaction this change has stirred?
And What is the Background Story?
A conversation with Dr. Massimo Faggioli of Villanova University
HOW THE NOVUS ORDO MASS WAS MADE
ST PATRICK’S CATHOLIC PARISH SESQUICENTENARY CELEBRATIONS OF PARISH FOUNDATIONS - The Solemnity of Christ the King - Sunday 21st November 2021 Holy Mass
celebrated by our Bishop Most Rev Michael Robert Kennedy 10.30am in our renovated Church.
Following the Mass of Thanksgiving Join us for our Celebratory Luncheon (Details to be announced)