Happy birthday Teen Credo

1st Anniversary, 11 Sep 2016

A special invitation to all teenagers to join in the first anniversary celebration of Teen Credo (13-17 years) this Sunday 11 September.

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Credo Young Adults

Come join us

Credo invites young adults (18-35 years) to join us at Adoration in the Chapel every first Friday of the month usually starting at 6.30pm.

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24th Sunday in Ordinary time, 11 Sep 2016

From the Dean’s Desk

Today’s liturgy presents to us an entire chapter of Luke’s Gospel [15:1-32].  In its entirety this chapter gives us three parables concerning the mercy of God: all three centering on the joy of having found something or someone who was lost - the lost sheep [vv 4-7], the lost coin [vv8-10] and the lost son [11-32]. One overwhelming characteristic of these three parables is the extraordinary (or perhaps extravagant) joy and celebration that occurs when the object or person is found. As with all parables we need to appreciate the reason for Jesus’ telling of these stories and ask ourselves which of the characters in the parables we associate with best.

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Bishop’s Collection for Retired and Sick Clergy

3 - 4 September 2016

The Clergy Support Foundation of the Diocese of Parramatta assists in meeting the needs of the retired and sick priests of the Diocese, and an annual appeal, The Bishop’s Collection for Retired and Sick Clergy, is held on Father’s Day each year to support the Foundation. It is hoped to raise $200,000 each year through this appeal.

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23rd Sunday in Ordinary time, 4 Sep 2016

From the Dean’s Desk

If an event or an occasion is worthy of our involvement, then we will give it all that we have in order to make it successful.  Take for example a person who is a member of a particular sports team. If they truly respect and cherish their position on that team, they will do all in their power to ensure not only that they will continue to be a part of the team, but that the team as a whole will excel in its particular sport because of their input. It means that the players will have to make certain choices, have certain priorities and live a particular type of life for the remainder of their stay as a team member.  Their priorities, decisions and choices will be built around a training schedule and a playing roster that may see them having to say no to certain things as long as they play for that side. That is the price that they pay for inclusion into the sporting side. 

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