Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish


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Sun: 7.30 & 9.00am

Welcome New Parishioners

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 Good Times … This passage is obviously about giving; its main point is an instruction on how it is to be done. But look at the context in which giving is discussed. In the first place, the person who is presenting the first fruits of the land has a clear set of images that shape his notion of God, himself, and his world. God is a liberator who frees his people from oppression, protects them, and blesses them with fertile land.

SUPPORT OUR CHURCH REPAIR WORKS: Parishioners are encouraged to think about possible ways of supporting our Parish. If you come to our church regularly or occasionally, including volunteers and visitors, please fill in the New Parishioner Registration Form. Your presence is very important to our parish. 1. Consider joining in Planned Giving Programme. 2. If you are already in the program, please contribute regularly. 3. Donation of any amount is welcome to support our Church.

Dear Parishioners … COVID 19 is now in the Phase 4 Road to Recovery. Now the churches are allowed to be opened for private prayers, Eucharistic Adoration and Masses and sacraments except Confirmation with capacity limits determined by the 2 square meters per person rule. During the weekend there will be three Masses: Saturday 6pm, Sunday 7.30am and 9am. Parishioners are encouraged to take part in the weekend Masses. There will be no Livestream Mass at 10am. If you are unable to attend Mass, or if the church is filled with full capacity of people, you are dispensed from Sunday Obligation. You can view other Livestream Masses on TV or on YouTube. You don’t need to sign in your name and phone number per Government Directives. No Holy Water will be provided. Bulletins should not be reused. Parishioners must either take them home or dispose of them. Hymnals or shared copies of texts are not to be used. Sign of peace is to be given without physical contact. Offertory processions and gospel processions are to be omitted. No Precious Blood is allowed. Receiving Holy Communion on the tongue must be refrained which is out of concern for the health of others. No usual collections will be taken but there will be two baskets in the Church foyer for First and Second Collections. Please be generous with your contribution. Our parish needs your support. Thank you to those who have been dropping envelopes and for new members to our Planned Giving. We still encourage you to apply for Direct Debit Contributions…

CATHOLIC MISSION MESSAGE: As the COVID-19 pandemic inflicts all sorts of difficulties around the world, Pope Francis in his Missionary Prayer Intention for June asks us to pray for those who are suffering. He reminds us that many people are suffering due to the great difficulties they are enduring and that we can help by accompanying them in prayer. Pope Francis asks us to pray that all those who suffer may find their way in life, allowing themselves to be touched by the Heart of Jesus. Catholic Mission is the Australian agency of Pope Francis’ international Pontifical Mission Societies. Thank you for your on-going support. For more information visit https://www.catholicmission.org.au/

CATHOLIC CHURCH’S NATIONAL APPEAL FOR SEA SUNDAY 12 JULY 2020: Next week is Sea Sunday, when the church prays for those who live and work at sea. There will be a national Appeal for Stella Maris, Apostleship of the Sea, the official maritime welfare agency of the Catholic Church. Donations will provide practical and spiritual support to seafarers in these challenging times of COVID-19. Please give generously. Go to: bit.ly/seasundayaustralia

Livestream Mass

Mass Intentions

13th Sunday Ordinary, 28 June

Saturday 6pm Mass for Leonardo Goncalves (RIP Anniversary) + Rosa Perroni (RIP)
Sunday 7.30am Mass for Andrew De Sousa (RIP)
Sunday 9am Mass for Jose Da Silva (RIP) + Sr Mary Berry RSM (RIP 1st Anniversary)
11am Baptism of Leon Michael Dvorak

Monday 29 June
7 – 9pm Holy Trinity Prayer Group + 7.30pm Mass

Tuesday 30 June
9am Mass for Maria Da Silva (Intentions)

Wednesday 1 July
9am Mass for Holy Souls in Purgatory
Morning Tea after Mass
10.30am Legion of Mary
7 – 8pm Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday 2 July
8.15am Mass at Seton Catholic College

Friday 3 July
9am Anointing Mass for Peter Jurovic (RIP)
9.30-10.30am Eucharistic Adoration

Saturday 4 July
9am Mass for Holy Souls in Purgatory
14th Sunday Ordinary, 5 July
Saturday 6pm Mass for Holy Souls in Purgatory + Fernando Freitas Fernandes (RIP 12th Anniversary)

Sunday 7.30am Mass for Andrew De Sousa (RIP)
Sunday 9am Mass for Holy Souls in Purgatory


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.”