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Irish Masses

THE Irish Australian Support Association of Queensland will hold its first Gold Coast November Remembrance Mass in Guardian Angels Church, Southport, at noon on Sunday, November 24. Brisbane’s Mass will be held today, November 3, at St James’ Church, Coorparoo, at 1pm. The association, established in 2007, helps recently arrived young Irish families settle into the Australian lifestyle and provides ... Read More »

Equestrian order’s world leader to visit Brisbane

Equestrian order’s world leader to visit Brisbane

QUEENSLAND’S leader of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre has been busy since his investiture last year. Peter Carroll attended a gathering of leaders of the order with 55 other lieutenants in Rome from September 10 to 12, followed by a pilgrimage with 4000 EOHS members. Now he’s preparing to welcome the order’s Pro-Grandmaster Cardinal Edwin O’Brien to Brisbane ... Read More »

Sister Marcella celebrating 60 years as a Carmelite

Sister Marcella celebrating 60 years as a Carmelite

CARMELITE Sister Marcella had an “over-whelming” celebration last weekend to mark her diamond jubilee of her profession in 1953. Family and friends, including her “very best friend” from high school who she last saw 10 years ago, were there to celebrate with Sr Marcella. Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge celebrated Mass in honour of Sr Marcella’s life in the Carmelites. “I ... Read More »

Kids’ club building faith for 10 years

Kids’ club building faith for 10 years

ONE decade has passed since Sunny-bank parish began its children’s club Catholic Kids Net or CKNET. CKNET is based on a United States non-profit, educational club focusing on character formation of younger children combining parental involvement, entertaining mass media products and the kids’ clubs. Past and present members of CNKET joined Sunnybark parishioners in a Mass on October 20 to ... Read More »

New body to lead in evangelisation

EVANGELISATION Brisbane will be the new guiding entity for the arch-diocese’s faith and mission journey from the start of next year. The new entity will replace Faith and Life, which since 2005 has run a range of services to parishes and deaneries and ecclesial organisations, and supported large-scale pastoral projects such as Pray 2010. Archdiocesan vicar general Monsignor Peter Meneely ... Read More »

Stream of despair

WELL-educated and seemingly prosperous people are becoming part of “a new stream of despair” encountered by Kenmore’s St Vincent de Paul Society volunteers. One man was recruited from overseas as a mining engineer with 28 years’ experience in coal mining and arrived two years ago in Australia with a wife and a child. Having lost his job due to the ... Read More »

Royal Commission information flyers released

Royal Commission information flyers released

THE distribution of more than 70,000 information flyers will give Catholics throughout Brisbane archdiocese and the rest of Australia  greater understanding of the Church’s response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. The flyers outline the role of the Truth Justice and Healing Council in engaging with the Royal Commission and its role as an advisory ... Read More »

Annual Catholic Campaign thanks

Director of resource development Peter de Keratry has written to people of Brisbane archdiocese to thank them for their generosity in the Annual Catholic Campaign.   THANK you, thank you, thank you. Because of the generosity of many benefactors in the Archdiocese of Brisbane, the recent You Make a Difference to Me Annual Catholic Campaign was a tremendous success. The ... Read More »

Mater begins work on new Springfield hospital

Healthy project: Turning the first sod for the official start of work on the Mater Private Hospital Springfield are (from left) Radiation Oncology Queensland chief executive officer Mark Middleton, Mater Private Hospitals executive officer Don Murray, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane, Springfield Land Corporation chairman Maha Sinnathamby and Springfield parish priest Fr Mauro Conte.   IT was all hands to ... Read More »

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