Our Vision:

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

Important Dates

19th November
9am Bridge - StC
12noon Mahjong StC
9.30am Salvos home communion
Mass for the Deceased 6.30pm OLR

20th November

8.45am OLR Playgroup
OLR Combined Groups Christmas Luncheon - Cafe 63 at 12noon
8pm Men Alive Prayer Group

21st November

8.30am OLR School Assembly
9.30am Church Craft Group
3.30pm Baptismal Preparation meeting
7pm Choir Practice Kenmore
7pm School Board meeting

22nd November

9.30am Fairview Home Communion
11am Parish Safeguarding Health Check

23rd November

10am Sacramental Programme planning
3.15pm Primary Youth Group
6.00pm Junior/Senior Youth

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

For many Catholics cremation is not fully understood and in some cases people still do not think it is allowed however cremation has been allowed for Catholics since 1963.  The Parish at Kenmore - Moggill has its own Columbarium which is a place were we as Catholics lay to rest our loved ones after cremation. The Columbarium wall at the Kenmore Church was built over 25 years ago and it stands on the Moggill Rd side of the Kenmore Church, accessible for family and community to visit and pray for those gone before us. The wall has an additional area for plaques to be displayed dedicated to the deceased as a memorial. You can have a permanent place in the parish community by having your ashes interred in the sacred space of the Columbarium or have your loved one, who is interred elsewhere, memorialised with a plaque. Click here to download a brochure about the Columbarium.  The brochure will explain the process for those wishing to purchase a niche or plaque for themselves or for a loved one. We trust that this important parish facility continues to provide an opportunity for the faithful departed to have a holy place amongst us. For further information please contact Michael Finch at the parish office.  The brochure is also available in the Parish Facilities section of this website. 

Next year we will be focusing on also building our Adult Formation Program, and hope to provide more information about this in the next few months. Next year we will be expanding our program by offering Alpha for Adults and to help with our RCIA program. I am sure everyone has heard of Alpha by now, however if not please take a few moments to have a quick look. More to come. www.australia.alpha.org/catholic-context/home

Please remember our youth this weekend, They are fully engaged in the Alpha Youth Program all day on Sunday Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers as they explore the Holy Spirit together.

Following a recent successful parent information night it is pleasing to advise all is on track for the re-opening of the Kindergarten as a Parish service from the start of next year.  Enrolments are open for places in 2019 and enrolment packs are available from the Parish Office. For more information please email Centacare Childcare Services at childcare@bne.centacare.net.au or phone 3367 6300. We look forward to being of assistance.

This year the OLR Combined Groups Christmas Luncheon will be held at Café 63 Restaurant at the Pullenvale Shopping Centre on Tuesday November 20th with seating at 12 noon.

  • luncheon menu consists of a choice of 3 main dishes, a sweet, and tea or coffee of your choice.
  • Drinks which can be purchased personally as required.
  • This year the price for the luncheon will be $35.00 each which incudes a small donation towards the SVDP Christmas Appeal.
  • Includes 3 tickets for the Christmas Hamper Raffle to be drawn at the event.

All parishioners are most welcome to attend.  Please make payment via eftpos or cash to the Parish Office before 12 noon on Wednesday November 14. PLEASE advise the office of your selection for the main course from a selection of fish, lamb or chicken dishes. Café 63 is easily accessed via the 444 Buz which runs every 15 minutes. The bus stop is Q.C.A.T. which is right after the Fairview Nursing Home before the lights.  If you have any queries, contact Les or Estelle Ellen at 3202 9460

SACRAMENTS FOR CHILDREN - Confirmation, Penance and Eucharist
Children in year 3 in 2019 are eligible for the Sacrament of Confirmation. Children in year 4 and above in 2019 are eligible for Confirmation, Penance and Eucharist. For enrolments forms, programme dates and the Archdiocesan Policy on the Sacraments, please contact the Parish Office.

Plenary submission boxes will continue to be available over the next few months, please return your forms at any time. A copy of the form is available via the link below if you wish to download additional copies.

December: Our parish will compile all parishioner submissions (unedited and in full) and attach a brief summary, which will then be forwarded to the Plenary Council as our parish submission.
January - March: Consultation stage continues
April - May: Plenary Council will consolidate and review submissions
June - November: Discernment, face to face encounters, retreats.

There have been some questions from parishioners in relation to the Council membership, and how the Council will actually work. The following link is the best source for these types of questions.  http://plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au/frequently-asked-questions

Download Plenary Council document here    |     Download Plenary Council Parish writing sheet here


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