Mary

  • Mary: The Model Disciple – Part I Mary At Prayer

    Delivered by Seminarian Jack Green to IGNITE Youth at Saint John XXIII Catholic Parish, Stanhope Gardens on 28 May, 2017.   I – Mary at prayer So, the first stop in this talk is to see Mary as a prayer and I don’t think there is a better place...
  • Bishop Vincent Long’s Diary

    Friday 31 March 2017 Presides at a Penitential Service for the Elect at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta, at 7.30pm. Saturday 1 April 2017 Celebrates Pontifical Vigil Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Lent at St Bernadette’s Parish, Lalor Park, at 6.00pm. Sunday 2 April 2017 Celebrates Pontifical Mass for...
  • News & Events Weekly Update

    Diocesan Works Fund Appeal The DWF Appeal is being held across the Diocese of Parramatta during February 2017. Donations to the appeal will provide financial support to our not-for-profit social services. Each year, more than 20,000 inquiries for assistance are received by the Ephpheta Centre, which supports the deaf,...
  • News & Events Weekly Update

    Positions vacant 1. Graphic Designer & Team Support – Brand, Networking, Video: The Institute for Mission at Blacktown requires a full-time team member who specialises in graphic design. Applications close on 31 January 2017. For a position description, click here. 2. Assistant Housekeeper: Holy Spirit Seminary at Harris Park...
  • News & Events Weekly Update

    The Lights of Christmas at St Mary’s Cathedral: 8-25 December 2016 Experience the joy of Christmas with sound and light projections on St Mary’s Cathedral. Bring the whole family to view the Fantasia-style animation of the classic Christmas favourite The Nutcracker Suite, Christmas carols and beautiful visions of the...
  • What does a criminal act and a graduation have in common?

    Posted on 24 February 2016 By Rev Paul Roberts “How can you forgive this arsonist?” This was a challenging question asked of Rev John Boyle in 1996 when he was Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral in Parramatta. On behalf of Bishop Bede Heather, Fr John had just returned from...
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