Stanley River Catholic Parish includes
St Michael’s Kilcoy and St Mary’s Woodford. The Parish is part of a long standing ecumenical covenant celebrating various events throughout the year in Woodford, Kilcoy and Mt Mee.
Please look under Mass Times above for details about other Masses in the parish.
Please click here for a message of welcome from our Parish Priest, Fr Dantus Thottathil
NO WEEKDAY MASSES
Project Compassion Sunday
Practice for FHC Kilcoy
(after Mass 5.30pm)
World Day of Prayer
St Matthias Anglican Church
Woodford followed by light supper
First Holy Communion at
Woodford 6pm Mass
First Holy Communion for Kilcoy candidates at 8am Mass
Ecumenical Lenten program
PROJECT COMPASSION SUNDAY
Woodford: Sun 24 Feb AND Kilcoy: Sun 3 Mar
Please take home a Project Compassion box and/or a set of donation envelopes and support Caritas Australia this Lenten season themed “Give Lent 100%”. You are empowering communities with hope and helping those in great need to shape a better future for themselves, their families and their communities. Lives change when we all give 100%. You can donate through Parish boxes and envelopes, or by phoning 1800 024 413 or visiting www.caritas.org.au/projectcompassion.
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 2019 SLOVENIA Come—Everything is Ready!
GUEST SPEAKER: MIRKO CUDERMAN
WHERE: ST MATTHIAS ANGLICAN CHURCH, ARCHER ST, WOODFORD
WHEN: FRIDAY 1 MARCH AT 6 PM
The service has been prepared by women from Solvenia. Mirko & Ani originate from Solvenia and this is a special evening for our parish. Please come and support Mirko and mix with him afterwards at the light supper (please bring a small plate to share if possible). A collection will be taken up to support the various Christian programs sponsored by the Queensland World Day of Prayer Committee.
VINNIES TOWNSVILLE FLOOD APPEAL
Donations by credit card can be directed to the website https://www.vinnies.org.au/donate or place donation in a Vinnies envelope in the Church or give to Della/Jackie. Any donation over $2.00 is tax deductible. Please provide your details if you need a tax deductible receipt
CATHOLIC CHURCH 2020 PLENARY COUNCIL
Three weeks to go !!!
More than 68,000 people have engaged with the Plenary Council during the Listening and Dialogue stage. As this comes to a close, there’s still three weeks for you to contribute your story, your experience of faith, Church and God in your life to help to shape the Plenary Council agenda.
The Listening and Dialogue stage will close on Ash Wednesday (March 6th, 2019). Visit the Plenary Council website before then.. www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au
During Lent, we will join the Catholic Community in prayerful preparation for Easter, and at Pentecost (June 9th) we will launch the Listening and Discernment stage and announce the national themes for discernment which have emerged from the Listening and Dialogue responses.
Retrieved from: http://http://plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au/