Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Monday, July 26, 2021
However, it seems that a pandemic, which is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people is the worst time to introducing state-sanctioned killing in New South Wales.
The community is currently accepting significant restrictions on our personal autonomy in order to protect those most at risk.
in hospital or in aged care facilities. Our sick and elderly are already experiencing increased isolation with no definite end in sight, small business owners are struggling, as are those with reduced working hours: a pro-suicide message is not what they need to hear.
To help stop precious parliamentary time and health resources being diverted to those with a pro-death agenda, please consider taking two important steps today:
1. Please sign the petition to Premier Gladys Berejiklian, asking her to reject euthanasia and assisted suicide, and instead focus parliamentary time and precious health resources on repairing the social and economic cost of this
Friday, July 23, 2021
Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
A greeting from your Parish Priest!
I hope that you are well and safe.
I want to let you know that from today to the end of July we have to close our Parish Office, but we are still available to receive your phone calls and reply your email. Please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Office if you need anything.
You can drop your envelopes or letters or notes into the letterbox in front of the Parish Office. In the meantime, we can only contact you by phone or email. Our livestream mass will be everyday from Monday to Friday at 9am and in the weekend Saturday vigil at 6pm and Sunday at 9am Mass.
Please keep safe with the assurances that you are always in our prayers. If you have time, please phone people in our neighbourhood and your friends in the Parish.
In the last four weekends we have very small incomes from the parishioners who dropped their envelopes in the Letterbox or from Electronic Giving. We know that you have your difficulties too. I encourage you to join the Electronic Giving by going to the Wollongong Diocese Website for Direct Debit via CDF or create your own recurring payment in Internet Banking
Select Parish as follows
Select Parish as follows
If you are an existing giver using envelopes, please record your envelope number in the description field when setting up your internet banking payment.
I just contacted Fr Peter's family to find out about Fr Peter's health and here is the information from his sister Evelyn: "Good morning Fr John. Peter is still walking slower than usual and unsteady at times. His constant hiccups make it difficult for him to speak. We have organised an appointment for him with a recommended local GP this afternoon and his regular GP in Campbelltown has kindly sent Fr Peter's medical history to the GP down here. We are concerned and praying for him. Thank you for your concern and prayers too, Fr John. We will keep you informed. Evelyn"
Please continue to pray for Fr Peter.
Yours in Christ,
Fr John Ho
Thursday, July 15, 2021