Our Vision:

To be a welcoming
and inclusive community, sharing God's Kingdom with all.


Important Dates

19th August
11am Plenary Council Committee meeting
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3pm Walk of Faith at Moggill
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Parish Family BBQ after 5.30pm OLR Mass


20th August
9am Bridge - St Catherine's
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9.30am Salvation Army Home Communion
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12noon Mahjong - St Catherine's


21st August
8.45am OLR Playgroup Kenmore
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9am Mass OLR Kenmore
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10am Over 50's Meeting Kenmore
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6.30pm LRSS Course - Kenmore
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8pm Men Alive Prayer Group
(St Catherines)


22nd August

7am Mass OLR
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8.30am OLR School Assembly
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9.30am Church Craft Group - Moggill
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2pm Year 4 Mass OLR Kenmore
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6pm ACU Leadership Course - Brisbane
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7pm Choir Practice - OLR
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7pm OLR School Board - School


23rd August

8.30am Mass St Catherine's
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9.30am LRSS Course - Kenmore
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9.30am Fairview Home for the Aged - Communion


24th August
9am Mass OLR Kenmore
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10.30am Priests Deanery meeting
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6pm—8pm Youth Group gathering Kenmore Church Meeting room

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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.

God bless,
Fr Mark Franklin - Parish Priest


Community News

PARISH YOUTH MINISTRY FORMATION
Hi everyone! Over the last few months our young people have been participating in listening sessions with Fr. Mark and Steven Bird. A listening session is exactly that; a time for us to listen. These sessions are a great place to start when it comes to developing the formation of our young people, and to help them en-gage with the Parish and Church. It is also a great first step for our young people in considering the Plenary Council question,
“What do you think God is asking of us in Australia at this time?”

I would like to thank the youth for their contribution to their own formation so far, and thanks to Fr. Mark and Steven, who have really stepped into the spirit of the ‘Year of Youth’. Of course none of this would have been possible without the support of our parents and guardians, so a special thank you for encouraging participation and supporting us.

My name is Benjamin, and I am the Lay Pastoral Assistant for our parish. One of the responsibilities Fr. Mark has asked me to co-ordinate is the youth formation program, and to help our young people develop their own leadership skills as we all embark on this journey.

This Sunday’s response is from Psalm 33; “Taste and see the goodness of the Lord.” St. Peter likens our spiritual hunger to that of a newborn (1 Peter 2:2-3) who need not be taught to hunger, however when hungry ensures all those around them know! Our listening sessions have certainly made us all aware of the hunger our young people have.

To our young people, I look forward to working with you as we start to articulate how our Parish can support you in formation and to share with you my passion for mission and community. If you are in grade 7 or above and haven’t yet joined us, please consider joining our formation program. If parents/guardians would like more information please let me know via email – leschkeb@bne.catholic.net.au.  To our parents and guardians, thank you in advance for your trust and support, I will ensure all of you are kept up to date and remain engaged as we move our youth formation forward.

Benjamin Leschke

WALK OF FAITH - MOGGILL
All Parishioners are invited to the walk at Moggill. The walk takes us from St Catherine’s to the nearby Churches and back to St Catherine’s for afternoon tea. Please join other churches on this walk to witness our Christian faith.

LITTLE ROCK SCRIPTURE STUDY
First Corinthians deals with divisions in the believing community at Corinth and the harm that they inflict on 'the body of Christ.' In this study, Paul invites you to find unity in the Gospel message.  Cost for the study course is $15 each person. Please register your interest by calling the Parish Office or email kenmore@bne.catholic.net.au

This year we are inviting registered participants with Facebook to contribute to an online group discussion. We recognise that parishioners not able to participate in the study may still have an interest, therefore all parishioners with Facebook are invited to also join the group to see what the study is about. Follow the link below or contact the Parish Office to be invited. https://www.facebook.com/groups/olrstudy

NEXT COURSE STARTS on
TUESDAY 21st August 6.30pm at the OLR Church Meeting Room
THURSDAY 23rd August 9.30am at the OLR Church Meeting Room

OVER 50'S GROUP
This month, the Over 50's Group will be getting together in the OLR Meeting Room at 10 am on Tuesday August 21 for a short meeting followed by a morning tea. Please bring a plate of suitable goodies to share with the group while we strengthen friendships and discuss current happenings in this world of ours.  We look forward to your company on the day. If you are new to the parish and meet the above criteria, we would love to meet you. You are most welcome.

Plenary Council 2020PLENARY COUNCIL LAUNCH 
A few weekends ago, Fr. Mark introduced the Parish to the Plenary Council by showing a video during his homily.  Now that we have had some time to consider this important event, we would like to get into the ‘nuts and bolts’ of what it all means. Our Plenary Council Committee are meeting this weekend for the first time so please keep us in your prayers as we come together as a group. As we are in the preparation stage, we are going to start to discern how our Parish is going to be engaged as we consider that all important question we have been asked... “What do you think God is asking of us in Australia at this time?” For more detailed information and resources relating to Plenary Council, please visit the website:   http://plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au/

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