• THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (Year C – 10th Nov 2019)

    NOTICE

    RCIA – Period of Enquiry.- Please pray for Margaret Grech, Junghee Youm and Dhaneshi Mannapperuma as they continue their journey of faith. We pray that their lives are transformed by encountering Jesus in his love, teachings and blessings. Next period in this year’s RCIA process will be the Rite of Acceptance to be celebrated on November 17that 10.45 m Mass

     

    PLENARY COUNCIL – LISTENING AND DISCERNMENT PHASE 2019-2020

    HOW IS GOD CALLING US TO BE CHRIST-CENTRED CHURCH THAT IS:

    – Missionary and Evangelising

    – Inclusive, participatory and synodal

    – Prayerful and Eucharistic

    – Humble, healing and merciful

    – A Joy-full, hope-filled and servant community

    – Open to conversion, renewal and reform

    We continue to seek the wisdom of the Holy Spirit in prayer as the period for listening and discernment is starting to take place in different parishes around Australia. Our Parish would also like to take part of this phase, more news on this will be advertising in the coming weeks. Please visit the Plenary Council website for more information on the stage of Listening and Discerning: www.plenarycouncil.com.au

     

    SALE DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY

     

    “Sharing Our Story, Celebrating Our Faith, Shaping Our Future”

    An article about our recent Diocesan Assembly made it into the national coverage of Cath News. To view it. Please go to:

    https://cathnews.com/cathnews/36376-sale-holds-first-diocesan-assembly-in-17-years

    Assembly Update:

    .     you can read about the Assembly https://www.cdsale.org.au/news/assembly-draws-300-to-warragul

    .     read the wrap up https://www.cdsale.org.au/2019-diocesan-assembly-wrap-up

    .     watch the Assembly video on the Diocesan Facebook page

     

    THANK YOU: to all parishioners who so generously contributed to Fr Denis’ 40th Ordination Anniversary gift. As a parish we were able to present him with a beautifully framed Papal blessing from the Vatican, a Crystal Obleisk to mark the occasion, as well as a cheque for the amount of $1335.45.

    FUNERAL MASS FOR KEVIN HOGAN (father of Fr Brendan, Parish Priest at Narre Warren & Tim Hogan, former Principal at St Peter’s College) will be at 12noon Wednesday 13th Nov at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sale.

    PIETY STALL –is open this weekend for you to purchase all your religious items. Next month the piety stall will open on December 14th & 15th. For orders and enquiries, call Rick & Anita on 0450 782 558.

    FAMILY PRAYERS – First Friday of every month. December is on the 6th from 7.30pm – 8.30pm St Peter’s College Clyde North upper level where Mass is celebrated. For enquiries, call Jean-Paul Antoine 5990 7777.

    BAKE SALE: Zion Youth will be organising a bake sale fundraiser on Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December. If you are able to assist with donating baked goods, please contact the parish office.

    ZION YOUTH:  Will be meeting on Friday 15th November 7.30pm at St Peter’s College.  All high school aged youth are invited to attend.

     

    SPECIAL COLLECTION  for the Military Ordinate will be collected at all Masses this weekend. This collection helps our Chaplains, both full-time and part-time, provide pastoral care to the Australian Defence Force personnel and their families in various parts of Australia or overseas

     

    CHILD SAFE TRAINING

    All volunteers who have not attended a session, please attend the next session as listed. This is a requirement by Bishop Pat that all parish volunteers attend one session. We thank those who have already attended the training held earlier this year.

    Location                                    Day                                              Date                                                              Time                                                    

    Cranbourne                                        Saturday                                               22/02/2020                                                     10am – 12:30pm



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