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THIS SATURDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER

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WELCOME

Want to become a catholic? Do you know someone who wants to receive the Sacraments? Contact our office now!

Read some testimonials from our new parishioners about the experience here.

 

PARISH COUNCIL NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN!

Mary, Queen of the Family Parish is a welcoming, diverse, multicultural, Catholic community. We seek to live, teach and share the joy of the Gospel; to grow as disciples of Jesus through prayer, witness and action and to respond to the needs of the family in the Blacktown community and beyond.

Fr PeterOn behalf of the many leaders within the Parish of Mary, Queen of the Family, I would like to welcome you.
As first of the disciples, Mary offers a wonderful model for our own discipleship. As we meet together in prayer, May we both grow in faith and be nourished to share our faith with others.
To further become involved with the life and mission of the parish you could contact a member of the parish team.
Fr Peter Confeggi, Parish Priest.

MASS TIMES

Weekday Masses:

ST MICHAEL’S 
Mass: 8am Mon & Fri and 7.30pm Wed
Communion Service: 8am Tues & Thurs

ST PATRICK’S 
Mass: 9am Tues, Thurs, Sat
Communion Service: 9am Mon, Wed, Fri
First Friday 7.30pm St Patrick’s

Sunday Masses:

5.30pm Saturday Vigil (St Patrick’s)
7.00am Sunday (St Patrick’s)
8.00am Sunday (St Michael’s)
9.30am Sunday (St Michael’s)
10.00am Sunday (St Patrick’s)
11.30am 4th Sunday—Filipino Mass (St Michael’s)
2.00pm Sunday—Sudanese Mass (St Patrick’s)
5.30pm Sunday (St Patrick’s)
6.00pm Sunday (St Michael’s)
12.00pm Syromalabar community 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays (St Michael’s)

Parish Bulletins and Liturgy Rosters

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Christmas Celebrations

CHRISTMAS MASS TIMES

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Wednesday 7.00pm–7.25pm (St Michael’s)
Saturday 9.30am–10.25am (St Patrick’s)

Anointing of the Sick:

First Saturday during 9.00am Mass (St Patrick’s)
or by appointment, contact Parish Office

HOLY HOUR:

6.30pm–7.30pm Wednesday at St Michael’s
6:30pm–7:30pm First Friday at St Patrick’s

Baptisms, Marriages, Funerals:

By appointment. Please contact office for details.

PARISH SCHOOLS

St Michael’s Primary 9622 9910
St Patrick’s Primary 9621 4122
Nagle College 8887 4501
Patrician Bros. College 9671 3000
Catholic Early Learning
Centre (St Michael’s) 8814 8406

Recent Facebook Post

#todaysgospel Sunday, 24 Sep 2017: Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A

Mt 20:1-16

Jesus said to his disciples: ‘The kingdom of heaven is like a landowner going out at daybreak to hire workers for his vineyard. He made an agreement with the workers for one denarius a day, and sent them to his vineyard. Going out at about the third hour he saw others standing idle in the market place and said to them, “You go to my vineyard too and I will give you a fair wage.” So they went. At about the sixth hour and again at about the ninth hour, he went out and did the same. Then at about the eleventh hour he went out and found more men standing round, and he said to them, “Why have you been standing here idle all day?” “Because no one has hired us” they answered. He said to them, “You go into my vineyard too.” In the evening, the owner of the vineyard said to his bailiff, “Call the workers and pay them their wages, starting with the last arrivals and ending with the first.” So those who were hired at about the eleventh hour came forward and received one denarius each. When the first came, they expected to get more, but they too received one denarius each. They took it, but grumbled at the landowner. “The men who came last” they said “have done only one hour, and you have treated them the same as us, though we have done a heavy day’s work in all the heat.” He answered one of them and said, “My friend, I am not being unjust to you; did we not agree on one denarius? Take your earnings and go. I choose to pay the last-comer as much as I pay you. Have I no right to do what I like with my own? Why be envious because I am generous?” Thus the last will be first, and the first, last.’

© The scriptural quotations are taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton Longman and Todd Ltd and Doubleday & Co Inc, and used by permission of the publishers.
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