Don’t Rush

This Sunday’s Gospel story of Martha and Mary is not a story about a competition between being and doing. Both are important. However, it is a story about the importance of stopping and taking the time to be aware of the presence of God in our lives […]

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Who is my neighbour?

Imagine someone you can’t stand. Imagine someone who you find it almost impossible to think of them as having any redeeming qualities.
If we can think of that person then we start to get an idea of how shocking Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan would have been to his audience […]

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Winter Feast

St. Joseph’s Annual Parish Winter Feast will be held on Sunday 18 August. 11.00am: Pre-lunch drinks and nibbles in the Presbytery 12 noon: Winter Feast – lunch in the Parish Hall Cost: $30 for Adults, $15 for children (6-12) Everyone is warmly invited to join us for our annual Parish Winter Feast on Sunday 18th […]

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Dependence on others

This Gospel is not about Jesus asking us to become destitute beggars. What Jesus is asking is to allow people to take care of us […]

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