Second Sunday in Ordinary Time  Saint Paul the First Hermit, Patriarch of the Pauline Order Solemnity of St. Paul the First Hermit January 17 Saint Paul the First Hermit or Paul of Thebes is the Patriarch of the Pauline Order. As a parish Community we will celebrate this important Solemnity of the Pauline Fathers on… Read More


Second Sunday in Ordinary Time  Saint Paul the First Hermit, Patriarch of the Pauline Order Solemnity of St. Paul the First Hermit January 17 Saint Paul the First Hermit or Paul of Thebes is the Patriarch of the Pauline Order. As a parish Community we will celebrate this important Solemnity of the Pauline Fathers on… Read More


Baptism of the Lord – Feast January 10 Mark 1:7-11 In the course of his preaching John the Baptist said: ‘Someone is following me, someone who is more powerful than I am, and I am not fit to kneel down and undo the strap of his sandals. I have baptised you with water, but he… Read More


Documentary: 2020 Election Investigation | Crossroads with Joshua Philipp 2020 has been a most unusual year… It started with an unprecedented global pandemic caused by the CCP virus, and is concluding with the globally captivating U.S. presidential election—the results of which will not only decide the future of the United States, but also determine the… Read More


The Truth of It | Ep. 55 Martyn Iles takes a look into ‘The Great Reset’ and into the hard truth around Victoria to Criminalise Christians.  Source: https://youtu.be/Xr8W8I14F7E… Read More


The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin Mary – Solemnity December 8 Today’s Feast reminds us of the Church’s teaching that the Virgin Mary was conceived without the stain of original sin, this was a special and fitting honour bestowed on the one who would give birth to the Saviour. Mary still had to walk by faith… Read More


Reading Leading to Heaven The Conference of Archbishop Anthony Fisher –“Conscience, relativism and truth” Conference on Theological Anthropology at the beginning of the Third Millennium University of Notre Dame Australia, St. Benedict’s Broadway Campus 1. Conscience today On 13 October last the Church canonised a man whose life and work has been described by Pope… Read More


St Gertrude the Great, Patroness of Our Parish – Feast Day  16 November   St Gertrude was born in Saxony, as a child Gertrude was taken to the Benedictine Abbey of Helfta, which was a centre of culture and learning, Gertrude studied and wrote all her life. At age 25 she reported special revelations from… Read More