Today we welcome Fr Josef Bisig FSSP to our community. Fr Bisig is one of the cofounders of the FSSP and is currently the rector of the Fraternity seminary in the USA. There will be a shared finger-food brunch in the Ellengowan Hall at 11am (please bring some food if you are able), and Fr will give a 45min talk on the history of the FSSP at midday, followed by questions. All welcome.

Confirmation classes continue today at 11am in the music room (off the parish meeting room).

Our final servers’ practice for the term is this Mon. 5:30-6:30pm.

Young Adults (aged 18-35) are invited to a workshop on Wed. 5th July (6:30-8:30pm) by Fr Simon Cleary LC in the Ellengown Hall. Refreshments supplied. All welcome. Theme:

“Always have reason for the Hope that is within You” – 1 Peter 3:15.
“Faith in the Information Age”
Download the flyer here.

This Friday is the 1st Fri. of the Month.

Please note: Registrations for our 2023 Adelaide Philosophy Camp close this Friday 7th July.

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in hearing more about the proposed Latin Mass community school at 11:15am on Sun. 16th July in the
community hall (St Peter’s Youth Centre) across the creek from the church carpark (where we have the All Saints Day picnic.) Everyone is welcome.

Warning: A scammer has sent out emails and text messages allegedly from Fr McCaffrey asking for money. Please do not be fooled. Fr will not ask for money in this way.

Fr Sofatzis’ Thursday evening classes are in recess until late July.

The newly ordained Fr Nathan Pospischil FSSP will be offering an indulgenced solemn votive Mass of the Precious Blood on Tues. 11th July at 6pm at St Michael’s Church, Buronga (NSW). All welcome.

Please do not place any advertising material in the church without the prior permission of the chaplain. Thank you.

Please remember the sick in your prayers, especially Vincent Moran, Jana Basani, Damian Wyld, Michael Turnbull (Bob Turnbull’s brother), Anthony Green (Benedict Green’s and Anna Ros’ son), Kathryn Nader, Tony Caruso and Vincenza Martucci (Ines Barson’s mother). Please also remember the recently deceased and those whose anniversaries occur about this time.