The Neocatechumenal Way

The Neocatechumenal Way is a charism within the Catholic Church at the service of the bishops as one of the forms of diocesan implementation of Christian Initiation and of ongoing education in faith.

Formed in Madrid in 1964 by Kiko Argüello and Carmen Hernández, takes its inspiration from the catechumenate of the early Church, by which converts from paganism were prepared for baptism.

It provides both an on-going post-baptismal formation to young and adults who are already baptized and an itinerary for those who want to be initiated to faith.

His Holiness (now Saint) John Paul II wrote “I recognize the Neocatechumenal Way as an effective means of Catholic formation for society and for the present time.” (excerpt from “OGNI QUALVOLTA”, 1990)

The Neocatechumenal Way – whose itinerary is lived in the parishes, in small communities made up of people of different ages and social conditions – gradually brings the faithful to intimacy with Jesus Christ and transforms them into active members in the Church and credible witnesses of the Good News.

Here in our parish there is a vibrant Neocatechumenal community that Celebrates the word of God every Wednesday night at 8pm. For more information please contact Alfonso (0405 269 791 or

Kedron Brook Catholic Community

23 Lovedale Street, Wilston QLD

Parish Office

Good Samaritan Parish


St. Columba’s

170 Kedron Brook Road, Wilston (enter via 23 Lovedale St)


St. Carthage’s

115 Beaconsfield Terrace, Gordon Park

St John the Baptist Parish


St John the Baptist

133 South Pine Road, Enoggera


Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

18 Halle Street, Everton Park