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Brisbane Catholics taking their place in the ‘broad vision of the Kingdom’ at Multicultural Mass

BRISBANE’S Multicultural Mass saw 1200 worshippers from almost 40 countries gathered at St Stephen’s Cathedral and acclaim the “broad vision” of the Church on Sunday, August 25. Brisbane Auxiliary Bishop Ken Howell celebrated the Mass with 17 concelebrants, including 15 chaplains from Brisbane’s Cultural Catholic Communities. Centre for Multicultural Pastoral Care director Clyde Consentino said it was a liturgy filled ... Read More »

Gatton Laidley parish explore the vibrant identity of their faith community at Multicultural Mass

THE Lockyer Valley cultivates more than just fine produce; it boasts a canvas of culture, celebrated at a Multicultural Mass on Pentecost Sunday last month at St Mary’s Church, Gatton. More than 300 parishioners and visitors from the Gatton Laidley Catholic parish united to celebrate and worship the vibrancy of their community. Gatton Laidley parish priest Fr Noyichan Mamoottil, who ... Read More »

Multicultural Mass packs Sunnybank church, uniting the many people of God under one faith

A PATCHWORK of vibrant cultures packed Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Sunnybank, for the sixth annual Multicultural Mass last Sunday. Parish administrator Fr Stephen Camiolo said the Mass was an “awesome” experience. He said there were about 750 to 800 people for Mass with a number of parishioners wearing their national dress. Fr Camiolo celebrated the Mass with parish priest ... Read More »

Ipswich Catholic community celebrating a colourful world of diversity united in one faith

THE Ipswich Catholic community was transformed into a vibrant melting pot of cultural diversity on Pentecost Sunday as hundreds of parishioners gave thanks to God. Catholics with cultural heritages from all over the world demonstrated a strong reflection of the Church’s inclusiveness. The community participated in a traditional Samoan penitential rite, as school children were taught the Samoan custom of ... Read More »

Archbishop Coleridge calls cultures of the world to ‘centre stage’ of the Church

Multicultural Mass procession

MULTICULTURAL communities are to be “centre stage” of the Church – not isolated and on the margins – if the future of the Church is to become what Jesus wants. In his homily for Brisbane archdiocese’s annual Multicultural Mass last Sunday, Archbishop Mark Coleridge repeated his desire to see multicultural groups included more in the heart of the Church. Archbishop ... Read More »

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