|Welcome to our website.....
You are very much welcome to our parish website - Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Kenmore-Moggill. Hopefully, your browsing through the website will be enriching and help you familiarise yourself with the different activities of our Parish life. The programmes and services of different groups and ministries in our parish can equally be accessed.
For newcomers to our Parish, we would be pleased if you could approach the information desk in both Churches - Our Lady of the Rosary, Kenmore and St. Catherine’s Moggill to pick up our Parish welcome pack and register your name and family by filling in the form and returning same to the office.
We do have a welcome gathering for all newcomers once a year and we will contact you at the appropriate time. Be assured that we respect your privacy and can only use theinformation you provide to update our register and for easy communication with you as a parishioner.
We are very much committed to working along together in our faith journey, and should you require any assistance from the parish, please feel free to contact the parish office.
Fr Mark Franklin - Parish Priest
MARY'S WAY OF THE CROSS
Each Friday during Lent 7pm OLR Church - Kenmore.
OVER 50's GROUP
On Tuesday March 20th, the Over 50's Group plan is to visit the Museum of Brisbane at the City Hall to view an exhibition on"Mao's Last Dancer - A portrait of Li Cunxin".
Tickets are available at the venue for $9.00 each (concession). We will gather in the City Hall foyer at 10.30am. We suggest that you catch the 444 Bus leaving Kenmore Central at 9.44am. After the exhibition, there is the opportunity to attend the free City Hall Concert at 12 noon or to have lunch at the Red Cross Café in the basement.
HEALING LITURGY FOR SURVIVORS OF ABUSE
Tuesday 20th March,
6.30pm at St Catherine’s Moggill.
Parishioners and friends are invited to attend this Liturgy for the Church Community to express sorrow and ask for justice and healing for the survivors of abuse suffered while in care of Church workers, religious and clergy. It will be a time to recognize hurt caused by the Church to its members and to remind ourselves to stand with those members of the church who are victims in any way by actions of Church leaders, workers and teachers. ALL WELCOME
PROJECT COMPASSION - CARITAS
Ditosa in Mozambique is cared for by her grand-mother after her parents died of AIDS-related illnesses. Featured in Project Compassion 2013, aged 12, thanks to Caritas Australia’s support, Ditosa has now graduated from school with plans for university. Please donate to Project Compassion 2018 and help young women like Ditosa to grow up with an education, confidence and hope, providing them with a just future. A Just Future starts with your support! You can donate through Parish boxes and envelopes, by visiting www.caritas.org.au/projectcompassion or phoning 1800 024 413.
Beginning the Journey to Lent - A Word from Archbishop Mark