Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish

Hilton

Working together for an Evangelizing and Vibrant Community

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Sun: 7.30 & 9.00am

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If you are a new parishioner, please introduce yourself to Fr Paul. We would like to know a bit about you and with your permission put information in the bulletin. You can also fill in a Parishioner Registration Form and join in the Parish Planned Giving Program.

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STEWARDSHIP: Theology of Stewardship – Giving Thanks in the Bad Times … He divided the two fish among all of them and they ate until they had their fill. They gathered up enough leftovers to fill twelve baskets, besides what remained fo the fish. Those who had eaten the loaves numbered about five thousand men.’ (Mk 6:30-44, NAB).

CARMEL OF THE HOLY TRINITY GIFT SHOP: The Carmelite Sisters have established an online shop to assist with maintenance works and to preserve their Chapel and Monastery buildings. Please visit their shop online at: www.holytrinitycarmel.com.au.

OLMC PIETY STALL: Open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday mornings before and after 9am Masses. Please contact Marion on 0415 917 496 for more information.
5¢ & 10¢ COIN FUNDRAISING: Please support our 5¢ & 10¢ fundraising by taking a canister and filling with coins and returning to the parish office or church foyer. We hope to reach $180,000.00 dollars with fundraising to be able to commence building our Parish Centre.

WA GOVERNMENT UPDATE: Places of Worship are now exempt from the two square metre rule and are able to operate at a 60 percent capacity. Following the latest WA public health advice, places of worship are now exempt from the two square metre rule. They can operate at 60 per cent capacity if this is a larger number than what was allowed under the two square metre rule. This change comes into effect immediately. From Saturday, 5 December 2020, places of worship will be required to maintain a contact register, in electronic or written form. Maintaining a contact register will assist the WA Health Department with COVID-19 contact tracing, which is one of the most effective measures in controlling the spread of COVID-19 if an outbreak occurred. A free, simple, and secure contact register app, SafeWA, has been developed by the WA Government to make it easy for businesses and venues to check in patrons. It can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. A written contact register must also be available for people who choose not to use the SafeWA app to register attendance. For more information: • See the Places of worship to operate at a greater capacity under health advice media statement. • Visit COVID-19 coronavirus: Contact registers. The Archbishop’s directive of Friday 27 November 2020 will be updated and re-issued prior to Saturday 5 December 2020 to reflect these updates. Fr Paul Raj.

REVISION OF ARCHDIOCESAN DIRECTIVES: On 24 June 2020, Archbishop Costelloe SDB issued directives for Churches and Chapel within the Archdiocese of Perth, which reflected the introduction of Phase 4 of the Western Australian government’s COVID 19 roadmap. These directives are available on the Archdiocese of Perth’s website. In light of the Western Australian government’s extension of Phase 4, the Archdiocese is currently reviewing current health advice with the view to revising and reissuing the Archdiocesan guidelines as soon as is practicable. I thank you for your patience and understanding as the Archdiocese undertakes this process and the relevant due diligence required in the engagement of expert advice. In our Community: ✨Use sanitiser when entering the church. ✨Wash your hands often if necessary. ✨If you are unwell, stay home. ✨If you feel coughing, sneezing due to change of weather, it is ok to wear a mask. ✨ Hands-free holy water will be available soon. Support your church and priests. Thank you to all who have been supporting our Parish and priests financially. We need your continuous support to get back to normal financially. Please consider joining in our planned giving programme. Fr Paul Raj.

THE YEAR OF ST JOSEPH – PRAYER TO ST JOSEPH FOR OUR FAMILY: Gracious St Joseph, protect my family and all other families from danger, as you did protect the baby Jesus and His mother from the wrath of king Herod… Pray for us, that we respect, love and care for each other in our family as you were with Mary and Jesus. Help us to be understanding and forgiving towards each other… Most of all St Joseph, bring us closer to Jesus. St Joseph, please pray for our family. Amen.

CARITAS AUSTRALIA: Each week during this Lenten season, Caritas Australia is holding Virtual Immersion opportunities for parishes via Zoom video conferencing. These digital engagements will allow participants to focus on prayer and reflection, Catholic Social Teaching and an interview and Q&A with Caritas International Program staff. Sessions will run Tuesdays and Thursdays for one hour across Australia. You can register for a Virtual Immersion by going to lent.caritas.org.au. For more information contact: Deacon Paul Reid on 0437 978299 or paul.reid@caritas.org.au.

HOLY MASS and HEALING. TOUCH OF HEAVEN – Alan Ames Ministry: St Mary’s Cathedral, Victoria Square, Perth. Tuesday 16th February, 6:30pm. Mass – Talk- Healing. Alan Ames has been speaking and praying for healing around the world since 1994. He has spoken in more than 40 countries. His books are available in 18 languages. In 2004 and again in sites in Christendom; the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth and St Catherine’s, the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. Alan shares his unique conversion experiences that caused a dramatic change in his life from a violent alcoholic to a man of Sacraments and prayer. Alan has the permission and support of Archbishop T Costelloe, SDB of Perth… Susanne from Germany – I wore a hearing aid because of serious problems. I went to a healing service by Alan Ames and now I do not need a hearing aid anymore. I had extensive test done which confirmed I can now hear all tones. Also, that evening a woman close by me in the church was crying, she was in so much pain, but when she came back after being prayed over she told her husband she did not have any more pain… Brother Dennis from Australia – I was told by my doctor I had cancer spreading from my bladder to my pancreas. I went to see Alan at a healing service and he prayed for me. On the way walking back to my car my breathing became very heavy, it lasted for up to 24 hours and felt as if it was going right down into the area where the cancer was and I felt a sense of peace. I visited my doctor 2 weeks later and he said, “Good news, no sign of the cancer.” I thanked the doctor and he said, “Not me, divine intervention has occurred here.”… For enquires please contact George on 9275 6608.

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Mass Intentions

3rd Sunday Ordinary, 24 January
Saturday 6pm Mass for Souls in Purgatory
Sunday 7.30am Mass for Andrew De Sousa (RIP)
Sunday 9am Mass for Jose & Conceicao De Sousa (RIP) + Maria & Bosko Kalat (RIP)

Monday 25 January
NO 7-9pm Holy Trinity Prayer Group

Tuesday 26 January
9am Mass for Steven Skratulia (RIP)

Wednesday 27 January
9am Mass for John Randall (RIP) + Maria Da Corte (RIP)
10am Funeral Mass for Luis Duarte Gomes De Abreu
Morning Tea after Mass
10.30am Legion of Mary
6-7pm Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday 28 January
9am Mass at Seton College

Friday 29 January
9am Mass for Souls in Purgatory
9.30-10.30am Eucharistic Adoration

Saturday 30 January
9am Mass for Romano Kopiteli (RIP)

4th Sunday Ordinary, 31 January
Saturday 6pm Mass for Giuseppe Zoiti (RIP 1st Anniversary)
Sunday 7.30am Mass for Souls in Purgatory
Sunday 9am Mass for Rosena Freitas (Birthday Intentions) + Stephen Randall (RIP) + Luke Grgurovich (RIP) + Octavio & Maria Donati (RIP) + Baptism of Indiana Rose Kenny

PARISH MINISTRY TEAM

Parish Priest: Fr Paul Raj

Parish Secretary: Tereza Camacho

Safeguarding Officer: Brigette Liddelow – 0432 908 980

Avila Retirement Village Secretary: Judy Rowlands – 0448 205 283

Parish RE Coordinator: Franca Kalat – 0404 226 751

OLMC Primary School RE: Julie Kay

OLMC Primary School Principal: Kevin Duffy – 9337 7066

Seton Catholic College Website: http://www.seton.wa.edu.au/olmc-parish

Address: 82 Collick Street, Hilton, WA, 6163

Ph: (08) 9314 7733

Email: sec.hilton@perthcatholic.org.au

Web: http://www.olmchilton.org.au/

 

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 9am – 3pm

Thursday: 9am – 12.30pm

“Our mission is to reach out the needy, to be inclusive of all cultural and ethnic people of all ages. Hospitality, Stewardship, Creative Liturgy with uplifting music is our special focus.”