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Faith leads Susan all the way from Leeds

SUSAN Angus-MacInnes, crying and clutching red poppies in the middle of a field in France, was discovering a piece of a family tree with roots in Ireland, England, Wales and Australia. At the time, Susan was a senior teacher at St Kieran’s Primary School at Brighton on Brisbane’s northside, and she was on holidays with her husband Mac. After her ... Read More »

Married couple of 50 years spend lockdown hand-stenciling Sandgate church

CHURCHES in Brisbane have been closed to the public for the better part of three months, but not for Jean-Jacques and Genevieve Audibert. The Catholic couple from the Sandgate Brighton parish, who celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this weekend, have spent the last month of the coronavirus lockdown inside Sacred Heart Church, Sandgate, hand painting a stencil of a grapevine ... Read More »

Sandgate Brighton parish gives thanks for blessings and hails Christ the King

CATHOLICS from the breezy Sandgate Brighton community take the Greek translation of the word “eucharist” quite literally every year. “Eucharist”, which derives from the Greek word “eucharistia”, means “thanksgiving”, and once a year, Catholics from Sandgate Brighton Catholic parish make a point of thanking God for their blessings at the end of each liturgical year. To close out 2019, the ... Read More »

Children bring faith back to the fore for Liz Kelly

“SOMETHING stirs within – perhaps a memory or a dormant yearning …” was the way Liz Kelly described her gradual turning back to church attendance in her adult life. She wrote the words in a poem she wrote last year at Foundations of Lay Pastoral Ministry course in Brisbane. Mrs Kelly, who is parish secretary at Sandgate-Brighton, wrote the poem ... Read More »

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