Latest update for Eight Sunday in Ordinary Time (27/2/2022)
After this weekend, we are entering the season of Lent, which begins with Ash Wednesday.
Ash Wednesday is a solemn reminder of human mortality and the need for reconciliation with God. This year Pope Francis called on people to pray and fast for peace in Ukraine for Ash Wednesday: "I invite everyone to make March 2, Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting for peace," he said. "I encourage believers in a special way to devote themselves intensely to prayer and fasting on that day. May the Queen of Peace protect the world from the folly of war."
ASH WEDNESDAY - 2 March 2022
OLR Parish mass at 9am
Catholic Indonesian Community at 7 pm
LENTEN COMPANION 2022
Come back to me: Healing and Mercy Await
During this season of Lent, Bishop Umbers encouraged us to set aside time for reflection on Jesus Christ - to consider His suffering, His life, death, burial and resurrection. We are asked to use these days to strengthen our faith and deepen our relationship with God as we prepare our hearts and minds for Good Friday and Easter.
From Friday 25 February, masks are no longer compulsory to enter the church, but all parishioners reserved the right to wear mask if they choose to do so.
Covid-19 Safe check in is no longer required at palce of worships
There are no restrictions for singing
The Sunday 9.30am Mass will no longer be LIVE streamed from 27 February and we encourage parishioner to join us for in-person mass.