CHAMPIONSHIPS It is this time of the year that Fr. Peter once again will compete at Australian Veterans Table Tennis Championship, this year taking place at Bendigo from Saturday 13th till Saturday 20th October. Please keep him in your prayers (that he mi
FUNDING THE DROUGHT RELIEF Archbishop Fisher is calling for a special collection to assist many struggling rural families. Please see a copy of his letter in the middle pew and back of church. Please use the “Special Collection” yellow envelopes for t
WILL YOU SPEND ONE HOUR WITH ME? The Silent Adoration on Friday from 11am till 6pm has successfully started last Friday. A roster has been formed with one hour intervals. Anyone can join at any time, however if you can dedicate one hour with the Lord in p
NEW WEBSITE LIVE Finally after few months of migration, our new website is live and up to date. The new website should now work on all platforms. If you do find any teething problems please let the parish office know. Thank you.
CATHOLIC MISSION APPEAL next weekend. Catholic Mission is the international mission agency of the Catholic Church in Australia. Compelled by the message, life and love of Jesus Christ, Catholic Mission forms Australians for mission and raises funds for mi
FR PETER STOJANOVIC (from Griffith, who has supplied at Holy Innocents number of times) is asking for your prayers for his father John, who has suffered a heart attack last week. Thank you and may God Bless You!
PARISH SAFEGUARD TRAINING We have been advised by the Archdiocese Safeguarding and Ministerial Integrity Office that the following groups of volunteers must attend compulsory parish safeguard training: Youth leaders, Children’s Liturgy leaders and helpe
ARTISTIC TOUCH NEEDED Now that the cross at the top of the church is in operation and thanks to the servicing platform, hopefully it will continue to operate for as long as the church will stand, there is no need to keep the supplementary neon cross above
CROSS AT THE TOP OF THE CHURCH was turned on in blue light for the first time on Saturday 30th September at 6pm after many years of darkness. The original cross went dark due to very dangerous maintenance procedure (tall ladders, steeply pitched roof and