Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish


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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 – Fundamental Principles in Pastoral Activity … Finally, giving finds its meaning in the vision and story and is best carried out through liturgical action. Giving does not stand out by itself as an isloted action in our lives..

COVID-19 PHASE 4 IS STILL IN PLACE: As you would be aware, the Western Australian Government has announced a further deferral to the commencement of Phase 5 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap. Based on the latest health advice, Phase 4 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap has been extended until Friday 23 October 2020. The new tentative start date for Phase 5 will now be Saturday 24 October. A final decision on whether Phase 5 can proceed on this date, or if it can be brought forward, will be decided by the Western Australian Government in October. Phase 5 would see remaining restrictions removed, except Western Australia’s hard border and access to remote Aboriginal communities. Phase 5 would also see the removal of Western Australia’s 2 square metre rule and the 50 per cent capacity for our major venues. 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. The Archdiocese has given permission to go ahead with Confirmation. The Confirmation Ceremony will take place on Friday 16 October 2020 at 6pm at OLMC Hilton. Altar Servers and Acolytes are now free to hold the Liturgy Prayers for the Celebrants. Altar Servers welcome back to the Ministry. 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: ✨Keep the social distancing. ✨Use sanitizer when entering the church. ✨Wash your hands often if necessary. ✨If you are unwell, stay home. ✨If you feel coughing, sneezing due to cold weather, it is ok to wear a mask. 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.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Over the past two weeks our Year 4 students have made their First Holy Communion, receiving the Eucharist for the first time. The children are to be commended on how reverently they participated in the ceremonies. We thank Fr Paul Raj for his flexibility and commitment to support our students with this sacrament. A special thank you to Miss Yasmin George for her hard work in preparing the students to receive the sacrament. A huge thank you for the preparation of the booklets and the PowerPoint to Judy Rowlands. To Christine Carson, Alyssa Adams, Delia Parker and Conny Whyte for the lovely music over all three masses we thank you. To Martha Kalat and her group of artists who so beautifully prepared the flowers and the church we are very grateful. This celebration reflected the way our parish and school continue to work together. Julie Kay – Assistant Principal.

106th WORLD DAY of MIGRANTS and REFUGEES (WDMR): Will be celebrated in Australia on Sunday 27 September 2020. Pope Francis has selected “Forced like Jesus Christ to flee” as the theme for The Holy Father’s reflections originate in the experience of Jesus Christ and his parents as displaced persons and refugees.

THE SHOPFRONT. Is an Agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth – Permanent Part Time Vacancy (16 hours / 4 days a week): A vacancy exists for an Administration Assistant for the Shopfront, a LifeLink funded, drop-in centre offering onsite and external referral services to its visitors in the Bentley area. The position requires good administration skills, experience with Microsoft Office applications, the ability to maintain databases, statistics and upload information onto the website together with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work under pressure. To receive the Job Description and submit your application by Monday 5 October 2020, please contact Damian Walsh: damian.walsh@perthcatholic.org.au.

Livestream Mass

Mass Intentions

26th Sunday Ordinary, 27 September … World Day of Migrants & Refugees

Saturday 6pm Mass for Maocheia Family (Intentions) + Cipriana Monding (RIP Birthday)
Sunday 7.30am Mass for Andrew De Sousa (RIP) + Connie Minervini (RIP Anniversary)
Sunday 9am Mass Souls in Purgatory + Teresa Ambuch (RIP) + Franca Kalat (Thanksgiving for Healing Health) + Mary Theresa Edwards (RIP Anniversary)

Monday 28 September … St Lawrence Ruiz & Companions
7-9pm Holy Trinity Prayer Group

Tuesday 29 September … St Michael, Gabriel, Raphael – Archangels
9am Mass for Maocheia Family (Intentions) + Deceased Members of Pass Family

Wednesday 30 September … St Jerome
9am Mass for Gorette De Sousa (Birthday Intentions)
Morning Tea after Mass
10.30am Legion of Mary
6-7pm Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday I October … St Therese of the Child Jesus
9am Mass for Sr Honorine of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart (100th Birthday Intentions)

Friday 2 October … The Holy Guardian Angels
9am Mass for Maocheia Family (Intentions)
9.30-10.30am Eucharistic Adoration

Saturday 3 October
9am Mass for Matilda Abreu (RIP)
27th Sunday Ordinary, 4 October … Child Protection Safeguarding
Saturday 6pm Mass for Dorothy & George Leach (RIP) + Felix Dias (RIP 1st Month Anniversary)
Sunday 7.30am Mass for Andrew De Sousa (RIP)
Sunday 9am Mass for Camacho Family Intentions (30th Wedding Anniversary Joel & Tereza) + Bosko Kalat (RIP 40th Anniversary)
11am Baptism of Oliver Willis


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/



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.”