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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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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Fighting Our Fears

The Holy Spirit is not there to deliver us from all our fears but rather to help us face our fears. It is in exercising the gift of the Holy Spirit that, rather than allowing life’s problems to overwhelm us, we find creative solutions […]

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What is Love?

Paul and Barnabas show real love in the First Reading by taking time to visit the disciples and put fresh heart into them. Another example of real love is putting up with trials and tribulations which test us because there is a greater value at stake […]

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