Stained Glass Windows

John 13:34

love one another as I have loved you

John 13:34

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

What's on in August? | Catholic Faith & Life Events Guide

Catholic Faith and Life Events Guide

What's on in August?

Our year is flying by and there is much happening over the coming months.  This month focuses on St Mary MacKillop as an example of merciful care and love for all those she met in her travels. 

At the end of this month we celebrate Migrant and Refugee Sunday – a time to celebrate our cultural diversity and reflect upon how we individually and collectively can welcome newly arrived refugees into our communities.

By now you will hopefully have received the Catholic Faith & Life calendar for July – November 2016.  It is packed full of opportunities to deepen our faith, the practise of our ministry and engagement with social issues.

Below is what's happening for August.

Liturgy Notes

Liturgy Notes is now available at including music suggestions for July and August, Children's liturgy suggestions for August, the latest information on the Year of Mercy, and the latest updates to the Liturgy Handbook.

Contact Paul Mason 4222 2462 or for info.

Following St Mary MacKillop – Footsteps of Mercy

Led by Sr Colleen O'Sullivan rsj, this workshop will reflect upon how the lens of mercy inspired St Mary MacKillop's thought and actions. Mary saw poverty and injustice around her and acted on what she saw through that lens. The group will then reflect on how today we are called to view our society, both local and global, through the twin lens of mercy and love. Registration essential to Helen Bennett on 4222 2403 or

Parish Meeting Room
St Columbkille's Parish (99 Princes Highway, Corrimal)

Parish Church
St Mary MacKillop Parish (94 Oran Park Dr, Oran Park)

Tahmoor Inn (2715 Remembrance Dr, Tahmoor)

Parish Hall
St Paul's Parish (24 Garrett St Moss Vale)

Being Church – St Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians

What does it really mean to belong to a Church community?  How would you like your community to live and act amongst its members?  These are some of the questions that St Paul addresses in his first letter to the people of Corinth.  Messages and meaning abounds for us today. Registration to Helen Bennett on 4222 2403 or

1pm - 3pm
Parish Meeting Room
St Columbkille's Parish (99 Princes Highway Corrimal)

Catholic Diocese of Wollongong · PO Box 1239 · Wollongong, Nsw 2500 · Australia

No comments: