Posted by Secretary - 20/10/18 08:55AM - -
This weekend of the 20/21 October members of the Finance Committee will be presenting a report of the Parish Finances of the last financial year. You can download the leaflet here: Finance Report 2018Full Story
St John Bosco Celebrates 80 Years
Posted by admin - 25/09/18 02:21PM - -
In 1938 St John Bosco Church at Kenilworth was blessed and opened by Archbishop Duhig. Dr Doody was Parish Priest at the time.
This Sunday, 30th September, the community in Kenilworth will be commemorating the anniversary with an Ecumenical Liturgy at 11.00am.
All are welcome.
Fr Graham GatehouseFull Story
The Australian Bishops and Leaders of Religious Congregations Respond to the Royal Commission
Posted by admin - 01/09/18 08:40AM - -
The Australian Catholic Bishops have made their formal response to the Royal Commission on Insititutional Child Abuse. It can be found in full here: Bishops and Religious Leaders Response. In light of that response our Archbishop has written a letter to the people of the Archdiocese which can be downloaded on this link: Archbishop Coleridge's letter to the People of God of the ArchdioceseFull Story
Bishop Ken Howell Pastoral Visit
Posted by admin - 23/08/18 01:05PM - -
This Saturday Bishop Ken will be celebrating the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Parish. He will be here for a formal Pastoral Visit to the Parish and Schools. He will also celebrate the Eucharist with us this weekend. Full Story
Plenary Council 2020
Posted by admin - 13/08/18 03:22PM - -
What is a Plenary Council? Why a Plenary Council?
A Plenary Council is a formal meeting of the bishops and other representatives of all the dioceses and eparchies of the Catholic Church in Australia. Its purpose is to discern what God is asking of us in Australia at this present time. While the church should be asking that question continually, a Plenary Council is a particularly graced instrument for seeking the Holy Spirit’s guidance. And it has the authority to make church laws on the results of its discernment.
Although in the end it will be the bishops who will vote on any future directions for the church in Australia, they will be making those decisions in the light of a long listening to the Holy Spirit speaking through the voices of any of the faithful who wish to speak around Australia. This makes the Plenary Council 2020 different from the last one in 1937. Everyone has a chance to participate and to express whatever the Spirit is saying to them in their heart.
You can have your say on the Planary Council and find further informaion on the website: Have-Your-Say/