Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish


Working together for an Evangelizing and Vibrant Community

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Sat: 6.00pm
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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Phase 2 WA COVID Roadmap

COMMENCING Monday 18 May 2020

Phase 2 WA COVID Roadmap
From Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SBD Archbishop of Perth

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New resources available from the Centre for Liturgy website

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STEWARDSHIP: Theology of Stewardship – Giving Thanks in the Good TimesThere you shall go to the priest in office at that time and say to him, ‘Today I acknowledge to the Lord, my God, that I have indeed come into the land which he swore to our fathers he would give us.’

SUPPORT OUR CHURCH REPAIR WORKS:  Parishioners are encouraged to think about possible ways of supporting our Parish. In what you can support? Please fill in the census form. Parishioners who 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 repair.

Any parishioner willing to donate, please contact Fr Paul.

Dear Parishioners,
Hope you are all keeping well, healthy and alert. COVID-19 is making everyone wonder, scary and frightened. There is fear among many people, especially elderly. Being fearful is natural though remain positive. The majority of affected people (80%) are not expected to experience severe illness. Many are cured either by isolation or treatments… Remember to use personal hygiene… Practice social distancing – avoid unnecessary close-contact (handshakes; hugs; kissing on cheek; sitting in breathing zone; accepting food or drink). Follow instructions of health care professionals if you are required to minister to somebody in hospital care… Consider ‘fomites’ (these are objects or materials which are likely to carry infection, including: clothes, utensils and furniture). In particular, when providing pastoral care, please ensure sensibly cautious custody/infection control of personal items (such as notebooks, diaries, Bibles; mobile phones; sunglasses; spectacles; drink bottles; hats; wallets; carry bags; pens; and car keys)… Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer as appropriate (for you and your people)… Throw away food items if use by date expired… As this virus has a greater significance on the elderly, please encourage members to reach out and connect with relatives and friends that are aged. Be aware that grief may become a significant concern to our workforce as we move forward… Try to walk around the house and keep moving. Mobility is always good… Drink plenty of water. Never be dehydrated… Please look after your general health (in particular sleep, stress, diet and exercise)… Our Parish: office is opened Tuesday-Friday. You are welcome to visit. Holy water is still available in front office. Our Parish needs your vital support. In any way you can support, it is much appreciated. You are all united in prayer.

Livestream Mass

Mass Intentions

6th Sunday Easter, 17 May

Saturday Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions

Sunday Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions

Monday 18 May … St John I
NO 7 – 9pm Holy Trinity Prayer Group

Tuesday 19 May
Mass Intention for Jose De Ornelas (Intentions)

Wednesday 20 May … St Bernardine of Siena
Mass Intention for Deceased Family of Jose & Teresa De Ornelas
NO Morning Tea after Mass
NO 10.30am Legion of Mary
NO 7 – 8pm Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday 21 May … St Christopher Magallanes and Companions
NO 8.15am Mass at Seton Catholic College
Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions

Friday 22 May … St Rita of Cascia
Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions
NO 9.30-10.30am Eucharistic Adoration

Saturday 23 May
Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions
The Ascension of the Lord, 24 May
Saturday Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions

Sunday Mass Intention for Parishioners Intentions

Fr Paul offers Masses privately in his office room. He prays for all and we are all united in our prayer life.


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.”