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Ascension of the Lord 24 May 2020 (YEAR A)

With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions we are recommencing Weekday and Sunday Masses from this weekend May 23-24. However, in line with the Government’s social distancing guidelines, between now and June 12th, we only allowed a maximum of 10 people at each Mass (including the Priest).

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Sixth Sunday of Easter 17May 2020 (YEAR A)

NEVER GROW WEARY. True heroism often consists in staying the course long enough, of hanging on when it seems hopeless, of suffering cold and aloneness while waiting for a new day. All of us experience tension in our lives: tension in our families, tension in our friendships, tension in our places of work, tension in our churches, tension in our communities, and tension within our conversations around other people, politics, and current events.

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Fifth Sunday of Easter 10May 2020 (YEAR A)

Dear Parishioners, In today’s Gospel according to St John, we hear these beautiful words from the lips of Jesus, “There are many rooms in my Father’s house … I am going now to prepare a place for you.”

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Fourth Sunday of Easter 3 May 2020 (YEAR A)

Dear Parishioners, we have been hearing quite a bit lately in this time of COVID-19 that 'we are all in the same boat'. While this has some truth, someone commented to me recently that it is better to say that 'we are all in the same storm'. How true that is! Yes, we are all in the same storm, but we are in different boats. Whether in Australia or elsewhere in the world, some of us are fortunate to be in a relatively stable, secure boat, while others are in small canoes being tossed by the waves.

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3rd Sunday of Easter 26 April 2020 (YEAR A)

Our journey together continues through this unfamiliar time of COVID-19. The news here in Australia is definitely getting better and this can only bring us hope that the relaxing of restrictions is getting closer. At the same time, we know that our journey will not lead us back to exactly where we were before we ever heard of coronavirus because our world has been changed permanently. For some of us, especially those who have lost loved ones during this time, or lost employment, study or other life possibilities, that change is particularly real and painful. We need to remind ourselves that some of us have not been as fortunate as others during this crisis.

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Second Sunday of Easter 19 April 2020 (YEAR A)

LIVE STREAMED MASS EACH SUNDAY AT 8.30AM - Go to Parish Facebook page: The Little Flower Church Kedron at: https://www.facebook.com/122441344516988/live/ OR Connect via ZOOM using the Meeting ID: 995 2077 2279 Dear Parishioners, We continue the journey together through these uncertain times. It is almost becoming a cliché to say that what is happening in the world is unprecedented, true as this may be. But let us not forget that two thousand years ago, what also was unprecedented was the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and the hope and this gave to a world sorely in need of it. That hope is still very much needed today - perhaps more than ever, as all too many people find themselves wondering where things are going and how will the world, even their own personal world, will look like in the months and years ahead.

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Easter Sunday 12 April 2020 (YEAR A)

LIVE STREAMED MASSES THIS WEEKEND - Go to Parish Facebook page: The Little Flower Church Kedron OR via ZOOM Good Friday Liturgy: 3.00pm, Zoom Meeting ID: 888 932 058 Saturday Easter Vigil Mass: 6.00pm, Zoom Meeting ID: 938 245 066 Easter Sunday Mass: 8.30am, Zoom Meeting ID: 331 261 511

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Passion (Palm) Sunday 5 April 2020 (YEAR A)

Dear Parishioners, We are now over two weeks into the stronger COVID-19 restrictions and at our third weekend without the chance to gather for Eucharist. But although our church building is temporarily closed, our church community is not and never will be closed. Dear friends, let us keep reminding ourselves that our church is not a building; it is us. The Eucharist is not only a sacrament that we celebrate in a liturgical way; it is us united by and in the Spirit of Christ. Eucharist is also us trying to live as Christ’s body on earth, being his hands and hearts for others. The Eucharist that we celebrate within our churches when we gather in the flesh is indeed a privilege, but when this is not possible such as now, let us seek to find ways to express its meaning, much as Jesus did when he washed his disciples’ feet at the Last Supper – the place of the very first Eucharist.

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5thSunday of Lent — 29 March 2020 (YEAR A)

Every Sunday morning, Mass will be live streamed at 8.30am. Please go to our Facebook page: “The Little Flower Church Kedron”

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4th Sunday of Lent — 22nd March 2020 (YEAR A)

A reflection written by Franciscan Father Richard Hendrick OFM. Yes there is fear. Yes there is isolation. Yes there is panic buying. Yes there is sickness. Yes there is even death. But, They say that in Wuhan after so many years of noise You can hear the birds again. They say that after just a few weeks of quiet The sky is no longer thick with fumes But blue and grey and clear. They say that in the streets of Assisi People are singing to each other across the empty squares, keeping their windows open so that those who are alone may hear the sounds of family around them.

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3rd Sunday of Lent — 15th March 2020 (YEAR A)

Father Jim was invited by Caritas, the Catholic Development Agency, to travel to the Philippines and see the excellent work they were doing with the monies collected in their Lenten appeal. When he arrived in Manila he was asked if he would like to have some exposure to the real lives of the people Caritas was helping. It was decided that for two days he would live with a family on Smoky Mountain. Smoky Mountain no longer exists, but for over thirty years it was home to nearly ten thousand people. Smoky Mountain was the refuse tip for metro-Manila. It got its name from the smouldering pile of rubbish dumped there every day. People lived on three sides of this mountain of waste and made their homes and livelihood from the city’s refuse.

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2nd Sunday of Lent — 8th March 2020 (YEAR A)

Three key people of the Old Testament are given to us in today’s readings: Abram, Moses and Elijah. Unfortunately most of what we know about these men is fairly sketchy. Who can blame the young children, then, who wrote down the following answers in an exam on the Old Testament? ‘Moses led the Hebrews to the Red Sea, where they made unleavened bread, which is bread made without any ingredients. The Egyptians were all drowned in the dessert.

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1st Sunday of Lent — 1st March 2020 (YEAR A)

Hearing the story of Adam and Eve in today’s first reading reminds me of the little boy who opened the large family Bible with fascination, and looked at the old pages as he turned them. Suddenly, something fell out of the Bible, and he picked it up and looked at it closely. It was an old leaf from a tree that had been pressed in between the pages. ‘Mummy, look what I found’, the little boy called out. ‘What have you got there, dear?’ his mother asked. With astonishment in the young boy's voice, he answered: ‘I think it's Adam's suit!’

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Ash Wednesday Mass Times

26th February 2020 - 9.00am and 7.00pm

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7th Sunday in Ordinary Time — 23 February 2020 (YEAR A)

At times it seems we have rewritten the ‘Golden Rule’ to say: Do unto others before they can do unto you! In saying this we are not encouraging each other to do good, but to be defensive. Jesus tells us to go the extra mile, turn the other cheek, outdo ourselves in generosity and rise above the fray. He is not suggesting that we allow ourselves to be abused, but that we not perpetuate the antagonism out of which the mistreatment arose. He is not advocating passivity, but he is saying that we should not retaliate. Jesus is describing what we today would call active non-resistance, the attitude taught by Gandhi and Martin Luther King.

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6th Sunday in Ordinary Time — 16 February 2020 (YEAR A)

We have just heard the least observed command of Our Lord in the Sermon on the Mount. Referring to oaths he taught, ‘Do not swear at all … instead let your “yes” mean yes and your “no” mean no. Whatever goes beyond these simple words is from the Evil One.’ This is strong language. Why does Our Lord say this?

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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time — 9 February 2020 (YEAR A)

"Little things done out of love are those that delight the heart of Christ” St Thérèse of Lisieux is one of the patron saints of mission. St Thérèse loved the work of mission and wanted to travel to spread the Gospel all over the world and show how Jesus loved all people. One of the famous things she said was ‘I would like to preach the Gospel on all the five continents…’

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Presentation of Jesus in the Temple—2 February 2020 (YEAR A)

For most of its history today's feast was a dual observation. The Purification of Mary accompanied the Presentation of the Child Jesus in the Temple. It's not that long ago that western cultures had ceremonies to ‘purify’ women after childbirth. These rituals have their roots in some appalling thinking about how the flow of women's blood defiles them and those who touched them. Maybe the only modern reclamation we could make of these rites would be to understand them as purification of the memory.

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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time—26 January 2020 (YEAR A)

Recently I was shocked by a Catholic woman who told me she didn't care very much for her local Bishop. She enumerated the many faults and failings of her diocese and its leader and then highly praised Pope John Paul II. It's hard to argue with her admiration of the Pope, but unknowingly, she was falling into the same trap to which the community at Corinth was prey.

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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time—19 January 2020 (YEAR A)

Some of us remember the provocative and frightening 1991 film Silence of the Lambs. The image in the title refers to a childhood memory of CIA agent, Clarice Starling. In her interviews with the psychopath Dr Lecter, he gets her to talk about how she still wakes at night hearing the cry of the lambs as they were led to slaughter on her uncle’s farm. This is a pivotal moment in Thomas Harris’ book and the film. It is the leverage Dr Lecter needs to unsettle and unravel Clarice’s wellformed defences. Clarice is revealed as vulnerable, because of the grief she carries from the violent deaths she has seen.

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Baptism of the Lord—12 January 2020 (YEAR A)

These days there are some young Catholic parents who wonder whether baptism is the proper thing for them to seek for their children. One argument they sometimes offer is that it would be better to defer baptism until their child reaches adulthood and then he or she has the opportunity to choose it. As appealing as this argument might seem on the surface, the problem is that the reasoning behind it is so inconsistently applied.

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Epiphany of the Lord—5th January 2020 (YEAR A)

Recently some Christian scientists got to work trying to explain the star that led the wise men to Bethlehem. They came up with a complicated, and no doubt plausible, astronomical theory about how a certain brilliant star may have appeared around the time of the birth of Jesus. Though I was intrigued by their methods, I wondered why they bothered. Mat-thew's wandering star is not about astronomy. It's religious shorthand for describing how the heavens preside over and guide the events of the world. The image of a star is used in similar ways in the Books of Deuteronomy, Numbers, Isaiah and the Psalms. This entire feast is all about symbols, not science. Reported by Hippolytus as early as the third century, it is celebrated twelve days after Christmas, the number itself echoing God's goodness in creating and recreating us.

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The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 29 December 2019 (YEAR A)

For some years now family therapists have used an exercise called ‘the geno-gram’ to help families understand their internal dynamics. Each spouse sits down and writes out their family tree. Usually it stretches back at least three generations. Next to each name they write a letter indicating any 'careers' this relative may have picked up in his or her lifetime. It is not just the person's occupation that interests a family therapist, though it's interesting to see the way doctors, farmers, musicians and civil servants pop up in some families.

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Fourth Sunday of Advent—22nd December 2019 (YEAR A)

Over the last three Sundays, we’ve been hearing about John the Baptist and on the part he played in preparing the way for the coming of Jesus. Today, on this last Sunday of Advent, a few days before Christmas, our attention is drawn to the person of Joseph. Just as in the case of John the Baptist, we hear about Joseph not for his own sake, but for the part he played in the birth of Jesus. We always need to keep in mind that when we hear the Gospels, their intention is not to give us facts about different characters, but to draw our hearts to faith, love and commitment to the person of Jesus. Today’s Gospel is no different.

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Kedron Parish Christmas and New Years Mass Times

Wednesday 18th December 7.00pm Advent Reconciliation Service Tuesday 24th December 8.00am (Normal Mass) 6.00pm Christmas Vigil Mass (on the lawn) Midnight Mass with carols from 11.30pm Wednesday 25th December 9.00am Mass (Christmas Day Mass) Thursday 26th December Boxing Day 8.00am (Normal Mass) Friday 27th December 8.00am (Normal Mass) Saturday 28th December 5.00pm (Vigil Mass) (Normal Mass) Sunday 29th December 7.30am (Normal Mass) and 9.30am (Normal Mass) Monday 30st December 8.00am (Normal Mass) Tuesday 31st December 8.00am (Normal Mass) Wednesday 9.00am (New Year Day) (Normal Mass)

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Third Sunday of Advent—15th December 2019 (YEAR A)

Have you ever been on a farm during summer? If you have you will know how precious water is. When I was a boy, I spent several holidays on an uncle's property. There were often six or seven city-based cousins there for the long summer break. It was great fun, but the one thing of which we needed a daily reminder was to be careful with how much water we used. We seemed to luxuriate in the shower for twice as long as our country cousins!

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Second Sunday of Advent—8th December 2019 (YEAR A)

Even in Church circles these days it is quite common to engage a management consultancy company to help find people for a particular diocesan job. This is a good idea and often these companies find excellent people for the task. I recently saw a consultancy profile, however, for a diocese seeking a lay chancellor. We all know these people must be upright citizens, but I am convinced that Jesus himself may have been challenged to fill this job description! Apart from having degrees in civil and canon law, the desired applicant had to have ‘outstanding Catholic faith, an exemplary moral character and have nothing in his or her background that could cause the Church embarrassment or scandal in the future.’

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First Sunday of Advent—1st December 2019 (YEAR A)

Night and day is the dominant image presented to us in today's readings. The season of Advent is for the Church the time just before the dawn of Christmas, when the fullness of God's love took human flesh in Jesus. The moments before dawn are often special: cities are still, the air is damp, noise is at a minimum and, at least on clear days, there is an anticipation of the sun bursting forth into daylight. No wonder Paul and Matthew found it such a rich metaphor for the coming of Christ.

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Christ the King—24 November 2019 (YEAR C)

Stephen Spielberg’s film A.I. opens in the near future when couples are permitted only one child. Families also have robots, but the makers of these robots have not yet been able to get them to ape human feelings. Professor Hobby develops David, a robotic boy who ‘is able to love’. Hobby’s question is, ‘Will human beings love him back?’ Henry and Monica’s only son is in danger of death. They are selected as David’s first foster parents. They grow to love him until their son recovers and comes home. David is then abandoned, but he spends the rest of the film trying to regain the love he has known.

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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 17 November 2019 (YEAR C)

Among the frightening things said by Christian leaders in the USA following the bombing of the World Trade Centre was that ‘God turned away from America because we have turned away from God’ and that ‘God sent these acts as a wake-up call for us to live righteous lives and return to Him.’ One went as far as to confidently assert that, ‘September 11 tells us we are living in end times.’

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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 10 November 2019 (YEAR C)

Today's Gospel focuses on those nagging questions that plague us all from time to time. What will heaven be like? What will happen to me in the resurrection of the body? While these are interesting enough questions on which to speculate and pray, this story from Dan McAuley reminds us that resurrection and a taste of heaven are often closer than we think.

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31st Sunday in Ordinary Time 3rd November 2019 (YEAR C)

Philip was getting ready to graduate from university. For many months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealer's showroom, and knowing his father could well afford it, he told him he wanted this car as a graduation gift from the family. His father did nothing. As his graduation day approached, Philip awaited signs that his father had purchased the car.

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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time 27th October 2019 (YEAR C)

A well-known multi-millionaire once had a near fatal heart attack. After he recovered he was invited to appear on a national television chat show to reflect on the experience. At one stage the interviewer asked him, ‘Did you have a near-death experience after your heart attack?’ The multi-millionaire pulled himself up to his full height and exclaimed, ‘I was clinically dead. I went to the other side, and I am here to tell you there’s nothing there!’ In his case, of course, there might not be anything there, but his response reminds me of the Pharisee in today’s Gospel.

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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time 20th October 2019 (YEAR C)

Many years ago I remember hearing the story of a charismatic prayer meeting which went all night. Apparently the leader was convinced that, ‘God wants to do a strong and powerful work here tonight and we have to show we are worthy.’ So he insisted that everyone stay until it happened. By dawn nothing had overtly occurred, so the leader declared, ‘God has worked hundreds of miracles here tonight – on the inside.’ He may have been right, but it sounded like mystical spin doctoring to me! What worries me about his story is that it can portray God as a remote and severe figure whom we need to convince that we are serious about him before he will be moved by our plight.

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28th Sunday in Ordinary Time 13th October 2019 (YEAR C)

There was once a parish priest who, with the passing of the years, had become a very difficult pastor. The president of the parish council decided to write to the Bishop and ask for the priest's removal. The Bishop reluctantly agreed, but insisted that the parish council arrange for a good farewell for the departing priest, one with a strong spiritual motif. The council agreed. They planned an elegant farewell that would begin with the singing of a hymn.

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St Francis of Assisi Feast Day Mass 6th October 2019 (YEAR C)

Over this weekend, we are celebrating the gift that St Francis of Assisi has been to the world and to us in particular in this parish that has been under the care of the Franciscan Friars and Sisters for the past 90 years. St Francis of Assisi is without doubt one of the great figures of our Catholic family, but more than that, he has been a model for the world since even those who have had little or nothing to do with the Christian faith seem to have found in him a source of inspiration and challenge.

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time 29 September 2019 (YEAR C)

Maybe the reason this Gospel-story has become so famous is its extraordinary attention to detail; the regal colours of Dives' clothes, his exquisite tableware and fine dining. It all conjures up a vivid picture. At the same time Lazarus' world is equally well described. Begging at the gate, Lazarus' only companions are the dogs and his sores. Even giving names to both these characters adds to the power of the parable. These people are not just a rich man and a beggar. They are Dives and Lazarus, well-known to everyone in the village. All these years later they are well known to us too. Not the actual characters, of course, upon whom the story could be based, but all the Lazarus' and Dives' in our own villages. It is an important task for us to decide which one of these characters we think we are.

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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time 22nd September 2019 (YEAR C)

A farmer named Muldoon lived alone in the Irish countryside except for a pet dog he doted on. The dog finally died, and Muldoon went to the parish priest, saying, ‘Father, the dog is dead. Could you possibly be saying a mass for the poor creature?’ Father Kelly refused point blank, ‘No, we can't have services for an animal in the church, but I'll tell you what, there's a new denomination down the road, and there is no telling what they believe in, maybe they'll do something for the animal.’ Muldoon said, ‘I'll go right now. By the way, do you think 10,000 pounds is enough to donate for the service?’ to which Father replied, ‘Now why didn't you tell me the dog was a Catholic!’

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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time 15th September 2019 (YEAR C)

A bishop in a rural diocese was explaining to the confirmation class how he was the shepherd of the flock. Given that many of the children came from large sheep farms he decided to draw on today’s Gospel as an analogy for his pastoral leadership. ‘I care for all of you like the Good Shepherd,’ he said. The students seemed consoled. Warming up, the bishop continued, ‘For instance, what would your fathers do if he lost one of his sheep?’ The class was silent. The bishop asked again. The students were confused. The bishop got personal, ‘Michael what would your Dad do?’ ‘Seeing we’ve 42,000 of them, bishop, he’d let the stupid blighter go!’

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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 8th September 2019 (YEAR C)

For some weeks now Luke has been telling us about the cost of discipleship. As a commentary on what was happening in his community and a preparation for what was to come, today's gospel used the hyperbole of hatred to drive home the point. For the earliest Christians a choice for faith in Jesus could be this stark and dramatic: families split up and sometimes people who had loved each other turned their brother or sister, mother or father over to martyrdom. This is the context in which Luke's community produced this Gospel.

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22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 1st September 2019 (YEAR C)

One of the most basic human responses to anything new is to ask, ‘What's in it for me?’ We would like to think our motives are pure and our interests are for others, but there is often a nagging voice reminding us that selfish desires are never far from the surface. That said, we all know heroic individuals who care for sick spouses or children, who go to faraway places to give those in need their time and talent or who stay at home and do the same in their local neighbourhood.

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21st Sunday in Ordinary Time 25th August 2019 (YEAR C)

Jesus and Satan have an argument as to who is the better computer programmer. This goes on for a few hours until they agree to hold a contest with God as the judge.

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20th Sunday in Ordinary Time 18th August 2019 (YEAR C)

In our desire to affirm that the scriptures are inspired, it can be easy to forget that they come out of the lived experience of a community of faith. Indeed, one of the things that is wonderful about our belief in God's revelation is that it occurs within human experience. Today's Gospel is an excellent example. Jesus predicts that one of the consequences of believing in him is that divisions will follow.

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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time 11 August 2019 (YEAR C)

One of the more sugary movies made about Francis of Assisi pictures Clare as a golden-haired beauty floating through sun-drenched fields, a sort of one-woman counterpart to the new Franciscan Order.

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18th Sunday in Ordinary Time 4 August 2019 (YEAR C)

In his Spiritual Exercises, St Ignatius Loyola says that pride, riches and power are the three most seductive and destructive temptations in the world. So many conflicts, and their continuance, can be traced to the interplay of this unholy trinity. The so-called reality TV show, Big Brother and its many imitators demonstrate just how far some of our compatriots will go to be famous, to be wealthy or to have a certain clout in the popular imagination.

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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time 28 July 2019 (YEAR C)

Did you know that Lincoln's Gettysburg address was 250 words long? The man before Lincoln spoke for over an hour. The man who followed Lincoln spoke for even longer. No one remembers today what they said. Lincoln's two and a half minutes, by contrast, changed the USA's history and the mentality of the western world.

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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time 21 July 2019 (YEAR C)

A Queensland grazier, a Sydney stockbroker, and a woman barrister from Melbourne died and were standing in line, waiting for their chance at the entrance to Heaven.

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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 14 July 2019 (YEAR C)

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14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7 July 2019 (YEAR C)

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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time 30 June 2019 (YEAR C)

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The Body and Blood of Christ 23 June 2019 (YEAR C)

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Holy Trinity 16 June 2019 (YEAR C)

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Pentecost 9 June 2019 (YEAR C)

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Ascension of the Lord 2 June 2019 (YEAR C)

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6th Sunday of Easter 26th May 2019 (YEAR C)

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5th Sunday of Easter 19th May 2019 (YEAR C)

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4th Sunday of Easter 12th May 2019 (YEAR C)

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3rd Sunday of Easter 5th May 2019 (YEAR C)

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2nd Sunday of Easter - 28th April 2019 (YEAR C)

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Easter Sunday - 21st April 2019 (YEAR C)

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Fifth Sunday of Lent Sunday - 7th April 2019 (YEAR C)

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Fourth Sunday of Lent Sunday - 31st March 2019 (YEAR C)

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Third Sunday of Lent Sunday in Ordinary Time - 24 March 2019 (YEAR C)

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Second Sunday of Lent Sunday in Ordinary Time - 17 March 2019 (YEAR C)

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First Sunday of Lent Sunday in Ordinary Time - 10 March 2019 (YEAR C)

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Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 3 March 2019 (YEAR C)

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Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time - 24 February 2019 (YEAR C)

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Please support our Parish during COVID-19

During this time that Sunday Masses are suspended, our normal means of receiving Sunday Mass collections is not possible. But the expenses for the Parish continue and the friars are continuing their ministry in the parish. If you are in a position to continue your weekly support by contributing to both the 1st and 2nd Collections, it would be greatly appreciated.

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Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 10 February 2019 (YEAR C)

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Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 3 February 2019 (YEAR C)

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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 27 January 2019 (YEAR C)

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Second Sunday in Ordinary Time - 20 January 2019

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Baptism of the Lord - 13 January 2019

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Epiphany of the Lord - 6 January 2019

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The Holy family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph - 30 December 2018

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Fourth Sunday of Advent - 23 December 2018 (YEAR C)

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Third Sunday of Advent - 16 December 2018 (YEAR C)

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Second Sunday of Advent - 9 December 2018 (YEAR C)

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First Sunday of Advent - 2 December 2018 (YEAR C)

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Feast of Christ the King - 25 November 2018

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Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 18 November 2018

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Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time - 11 November 2018

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Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4 November 2018

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Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 21 October 2018

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Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time—7 October 2018

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Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time—30 September 2018

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Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time—23rd September 2018

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Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time—16th September 2018

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Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time—9th September 2018

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Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time—2nd September 2018

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Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time—26 August 2018

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Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time—19 August 2018

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Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time—12 August 2018

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Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time—5 August 2018

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Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 22nd July 2018

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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 15th July 2018

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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 8th July 2018

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Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 30 June—1st July 2018

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Birth of John the Baptist - 23rd –24th June 2018

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Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time — 17 June 2018

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Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time — 10th June 2018

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Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) — 3 June 2018

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Parish Garage Sale

Saturday 11 August 2018 - 6am - 3pm - Little Flower Church, Parish Hall & Grounds - 66 Turner Road, Kedron

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Holy Trinity —27th May 2018

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Pentecost - 20th May 2018

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Ascension of the Lord —13th May 2018

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Sixth Sunday of Easter - 6th May 2018

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Fifth Sunday of Easter - 29 April 2018

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Fourth Sunday of Easter - 22 April 2018

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Third Sunday of Easter—15th April 2018

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Easter Sunday—1st April 2018

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Passion of the Lord 24-25 March 2018

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Fifth Sunday of Lent 17-18 March 2018

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Fourth Sunday of Lent 10-11 March 2018

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Third Sunday of Lent 3-4 March 2018

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Second Sunday of Lent 24-25 February 2018

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First Sunday of Lent 17 -18 February 2018

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Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time 10-11 February 2018

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Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 3-4 February 2018

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Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 27-28 January 2018 (YRB)

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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time 20-21 January 2018

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Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 13-14 January 2018

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Fourth Sunday of Advent 23-24 December 2017

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Holy Family - 31st December

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Epiphany of the Lord 6-7 January 2018 (YRB)

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Third Sunday of Advent - 17th December 2017

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Second Sunday of Advent - 10th December 2017

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First Sunday of Advent - 3rd December 2017

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Christ the King - 26th November 2017

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Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 19th November 2017

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Thirty-second Sunday of Ordinary Time - 12th November 2017

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Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time - 5th November 2017

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Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 29th October 2017

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Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 22nd October 2017

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Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 15th October 2017

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Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time - 8 October 2017

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Welcome to our new website

Thanks for visiting our new, mobile friendly website. Keep an eye on this area as we will be loading news and events updates.

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Kedron Parish Bulletin 15-16 July 2017

This weekend, we joyfully welcome one hundred and twenty-seven young men and women to begin our 2017 Sacramental Program for Confirmation. We extend a warm welcome to their parents, caregivers, sponsors and their family members to our Parish Family here in Kedron.

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