Throughout the year, our Parish community provides a number of prayer and spiritual opportunities that assist you in your journey of faith.
Conversations about Catholics
Conversations about Catholics is an informal program that provides information about the basics of the Catholic faith and is designed to help parents and families feel a sense of belonging to the school and parish communities.
The four weekly sessions will enable you to share information and ask questions, and will be particularly useful for Catholics wanting a refresher, people who have been away from the Church or non-Catholics who would like to know some things about the Catholic faith.
- Greater sense of belonging to the school and parish communities.
- Gain a better understanding of what is taught in the Religious Education curriculum at the Catholic school.
- Able to participate more comfortably with the rituals of the Church, and understand and appreciate the Mass.
- Confidently contribute to Catholic family life.
If you would like to register for Conversation about Catholics program please email Racy.
Join us in Alpha as we discuss life, faith and God.
Alpha is an exploration and discovery program looking at different aspects of the Christian faith each week.
About the Alpha program
Alpha is an opportunity to explore the meaning of life and to share a meal in a relaxed and friendly setting.
Alpha is for everyone, it is conducted worldwide with 29 million people attending from all backgrounds, religions and viewpoints. They come to investigate questions about the existence of God, the purpose of life, the afterlife, the claims of Jesus and more. Some people want to get beyond religion and find a relationship with God that really changes life.
At each gathering we start with a meal, followed by a short video/talk, and group discussion that provides a chance to share your reflections in a small group situation.
The talks each week cover different topics, here is an example:
- Is there more to life than this? Watch Episode 1: Is there more to life than this?
- Who is Jesus?
- Why did Jesus die?
- Why and how do I pray
- Does God heal today
- What about the Church.
For more information, visit the Alpha website.
Become a Catholic
If you are interested in joining the Catholic Church, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program educates, then initiates adults to become a Catholic as an adult.
It is a journey during which people who are unbaptised or who have been baptised in another mainstream Christian Church, come to embrace the Catholic Faith and are initiated in to the Catholic Church community.
Catholics are a community. A body made up of many different people, united by a common bond of love.
Because of the enduring strength of this bond, and the life-long commitment it implies, one of the best ways of describing the Catholic Church is that it is like a family.
For more information: Please contact the Parish Office
Our parish offers extra prayer services over Easter such as Stations of the Cross, the Lord’s Passion and Mass of the Lord’s Supper.
More information on 2019 Easter prayer services will be available soon.
Each year, for the six weeks of Lent, you are invited to join us in a Lenten Program that is a first-class production locally produced in the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
This Lenten Program is offered at no cost to participants.
More information on the 2019 Lenten Program will be available soon.
Two minute homilies
Two-minute Homilies are delivered weekly by priests within the Archdiocese of Brisbane and are available in audio and video format
See a Priest
Please contact the Parish Office to organise a time to see Fr Leonard Uzuegbu: Call 33521730 or email email@example.com
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23 Lovedale Street, Wilston QLD
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170 Kedron Brook Road, Wilston (enter via 23 Lovedale St)
115 Beaconsfield Terrace, Gordon Park
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133 South Pine Road, Enoggera
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18 Halle Street, Everton Park