John 13:34

love one another as I have loved you

John 13:34

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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Social Justice Thought For The Week

"The greatest among you will be your servant. For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted. " Matthew 23:11-12

Monday, October 24, 2011

Social Justice Thought For The Week

"The Eucharist is the food that strengthens us and drives us to do works of love and to practice charity."  Benedict XVI

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Papua New Guinea - Sunday 23/10 at 6pm - St John's Campbelltown Hall Meeting Room


 

 

 

 

 

 

Come and learn more about our nearest neighbour, Papua New Guinea, with special guest Fr Isaac Koi msc.

 

Find out something about the work of the Church in PNG as well as the particular challenges in that country.

 

Take the opportunity to view photo's, read about the missionary activities, and see how you might be able to do something now or in the future.

 

All welcome.

 

Where: St John's, Campbelltown

              - Hall Meeting Room

When: Sunday 23/10 at 6pm

Cost: Free (donations welcome J)

 

 

 

 

 

 


Papua New Guinea: Special guest Isaac Koi msc from the PNG highlands. Sunday 22/10/11 at 6pm in the Hall meeting room at St John's Campbelltown. FaithworX.

Papua New Guinea: Special guest Isaac Koi msc from the PNG highlands.
Sunday 22/10/11 at 6pm in the Hall meeting room at St John's
Campbelltown. FaithworX.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Diocese of Wollongong Liturgy Festival | Last Chance to Register!

Registrations are closing this week for the Diocesan Liturgy Festival to be held on Saturday 29 October, 9.30am - 5.00pm, at St Mary Star of the Sea
College, Wollongong, followed by Mass with Bishop Peter Ingham at the Cathedral at 6.00pm
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The purpose of the Festival is to come together as a Diocese to refresh and reinvigorate our appreciation of liturgy through a day of uplifting music, workshops, stalls, good keynote speakers, networking and, most importantly, by celebrating the Eucharist together.

The cost of the event has been kept as low as possible to encourage wide participation ($25 Adults; $10 Students and Pensioners). However, if cost is an issue for you, please contact Helen Bennett on 4253 0934 or helen.bennett@woll.catholic.org.au

You can register online or by mail, email, fax or over the phone
with Helen. See the below poster for links to online registration and links to
download the brochure and paper registration.


The Diocesan Liturgy Festival is the major event for 2011 to help realise one of the key goals in our Diocesan Pastoral Plan - that our celebration of the Mass will be an uplifting experience of the community at prayer and worship.


 

 

 


Saturday, October 8, 2011

Social Justice Thought For The Week

"Every work of Justice demands the boldness of love." (Father Wenefried: The Church in Need).

Friday, October 7, 2011

MSJN Meeting Tomorrow - Bryan Doyle MP - Saturday 8th @ 2:30pm @ Ruse

You are invited to attend the next Macarthur Social Justice Network
meeting to be held on:

Saturday 8th October 2011
between 2:30pm and 4:30pm
at St Thomas More Parish Hall , 43 Acacia Avenue, Ruse
cost $2 donation

Guest Speaker: Bryan Doyle - A Local Perspective

Bryan Doyle is well known to residents of Macarthur as the new Liberal
Member for Campbelltown and also for his service as a local Chief
Inspector of Police working with local service and community groups to
reduce the impact of vandalism and crime in the area.

In his maiden speech to Parliament Bryan spoke about the importance of
community in Campbelltown, mentioning not only "a heritage that
includes Irish, English, Scottish and German bloodlines" but
particularly the "rich Aboriginal tradition with the Dharawal people",
"working with community elders and renewing housing estates", and
"supporting the Australian Pacific and Maori Community Services
volunteer patrols".

Come along to hear Bryan speak about initiatives of the new state
government and how these initiatives are expected to impact on local
social justice issues.

Peace,
Sean

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Social Justice Thought For The Week

"Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves, each looking out not for his/her  own interests, but (also) everyone for those of others. Have among yourselves the same attitude that is also yours in Christ Jesus, Who, though he was in the form of God, did not regard equality with God something to be grasped." ( Saint Paul to the Philippians: 2 :3-6 )