Location: 37 Ward Street, Indooroopilly, Qld 4068
Office Hours: Mon 9am - 12pm | Wed 9am - 3pm | Fri - 9am to 12pm
Contact Numbers: Telephone: (07) 33717466 | Fax: (07) 38702541
- Wednesday: Adoration - 5:10pm | Benediction - 5:50pm | Holy Mass - 6:00pm
- Friday: 8:10 am Rosary | Holy Mass - 8:30am
- Saturday: 5:30 pm - Holy Mass
- Sunday: 8:30 am & 6 pm - Holy Mass
Please remember in your prayers
The sick: Ivan Rego, Emile Smets, the Cross family.
Anniversaries: Muldon, Cronin, Pultney, Buckley, Hopper, Dorothy Mary Jeffcoat, Patricia McCarthy, Catherine Mellish, Judy Hanlon, Nick Dyer, Margaret Apelt, John (Jack) Cronin, Brigid Guifoyle, Alfred Young, Douglas John Roche, Stanley Chan, Des McKone, Joan Gallagher, Merv Callaghan, Harry Stone, Cathleen O'Shea, Lin Elliot, David Proh, Shula Rice, Douglas John Roche, Eileen Hall, Desmond John Raven, Ron Hurst, Lucina Zapata Esposo, Brian Micheal Byrne.
FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT
For the Financial year ending 31/12/19,the parish enjoyed a modest financial surplus of $103721. However the Parish would have operated at a loss if it were not for rental income received from organizations such as Centacare, which provides outside School Hours Care.
Canonical approval was given for 2 major Capital works. The refurbishment of the Retaining wall and associated civil works will cost $140,000 and the sealing of the church drains an additional $76000. The funds for these projects will be provided from Holy Family reserves. Parishioners will appreciate that this has placed considerable strain on the parish to meet future planned and unplanned Capital Expenditure and maintenance projects. The continuing support from Parishioners is appreciated, and any increase would be gratefully received.
CATHOLIC EMERGENCY RELIEF AUSTRALIA
Special collections at Masses across the country on the Australia Day weekend have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support people and communities affected by the devastating bushfires. This is one part of a multi-dimensional response of the Catholic community across the nation to the drama of the situation we face. Catholic Emergency Relief Australia (CERA) is a new collaboration of national Catholic organisations that will help coordinate the Church’s ongoing response to the bushfire crisis and future domestic natural disasters. Find out more at www.cera.catholic.org.au