3rd Sunday of Easter
Welcome to St Andrew’s Catholic Parish Malabar
You are most welcome to contact Fr John on 9311 2062.
Installation Mass of Rev. Fr. John M. Knight as Parish Priest of St Andrew’s Malabar by His Grace, The Most Rev. Anthony Fisher, OP, Archbishop of Sydney.
Sunday 18th April, 2021 – 10 am – Please click on the link below to watch Livestreaming.
There will be No 9am Mass that Sunday.
You are invited to bring along a plate of food to share, at a morning tea after Mass.
On Sunday 16th May, at St Agnes Matraville, Bishop Umbers will install me as Parish Priest of Matraville, during our 10am Mass. A morning tea will follow.
Go Make Disciples
The Mission Plan for the Archdiocese of Sydney
Bulletins and scripture readings are available by clicking “BULLETINS” above.
For some very inspiring stories, please look at the website shalomtidings.org and go to magazines.
What is Jesus asking of Us this Easter?
If anyone would like to visit a person in need of a little companionship or even make a phone call to them, please call the parish office. Your generosity in giving a little of your time will brighten someone’s life and be very much appreciated.
We already have some parishioners who have offered their time and have found they have gained much more than they have given.
You don’t need to make a long term commitment or go very often, just give it a go. Ask a friend to go with you…much more interesting for all involved!
Are we aware of our neighbours? in particular our elderly community, who are feeling lonely and would really benefit from knowing that we care. If we all make an effort to contact just one other person, we would really make a difference.
Anyone who would like to receive a phone call or a visit please let us know by calling the parish office on 9311 2062 or 9311 1909.
We are asked to love one another – please reach out to your neighbours and fellow parishioners!
You are asked to be at the church early please (15 minutes)
Latest NSW Government Regulations
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More than 100 people at each Mass at Matraville & Malabar
as long as we keep the physical distance of 1.5 metres (2 arms lengths) or 4sqm rule at all times.
It is also suggested that during this uncertain time, we try to attend just one church, to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Those who are unwell or at high risk should not attend.
(Family members may sit closer to each other)
Keep the physical distance of 1.5 metres (2 arms lengths) at all times
ie. When seated, standing and when walking.
Let us all respect government regulations.
Use the sanitiser every time on your way into the church.
Thank you for cooperating in keeping each other safe.
Come and join your parish community and invite your fellow parishioners so we can celebrate Mass together.
Catholics are called to return to Mass
As the level of community transmission of COVID-19 declines, Catholics are called to return to Mass, if they are well enough, rather than continuing to rely upon livestreamed Masses where we miss out on receiving the Blessed Sacrament, the source and summit of our faith. As we prepare to welcome the birth of Our Lord, Advent is a wonderful time for Catholics to return to Mass who may not have done so over recent months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Malabar – 9.10am on Tues, Wed, Fri & Sat.
Matraville – 7am on Tues, Wed & Fri & 9.10am Thurs.
No Sat morning Mass at Matraville until further notice.
Malabar: Sat 4.30 – 4.45pm
Matraville: Sat 5.00 – 5.15pm
Also available by appointment.
Mass is celebrated on Channel 10 Sundays at 6am or online http://bit.ly/MassOnDemand or via St Mary’s Cathedral Sydney website www.stmaryscathedral.org.au
Parishioners are invited to watch Masses streamed live as listed below. OLSH Randwick has excellent online Masses and liturgies: https://www.facebook.com/olshparish.randwick/ Wollongong Diocese has excellent Sunday Mass at 9am each week: www.dow.org.au
Matraville & Pagewood Masterplan
Sydney Catholic Schools and the principals of St Agnes, Our Lady of the Annunciation and Champagnat Catholic College have very exciting plans in place for the development and growth of our community.
The Pagewood and Matraville Masterplan website is now live at https://pmm.ceosyd.catholic.edu.au
The website has been developed to share all the key information about this innovative and important Masterplan. It will be a key channel now and into the future, outlining what is happening, key milestones, timeframes for change and opportunities to get involved. This website will continue to grow and evolve over time, as detailed planning is undertaken and the project comes to life.
I am thrilled at the possibilities this Masterplan presents. If you missed the drop-in session after mass a couple of weeks ago or the webinar held to launch the Masterplan, a full recording of this session is available on the website.
This is an exciting time and I look forward to many more updates about the benefits of this masterplan for our schools, parishes and community.
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For more information see under “Publications, Other Articles”.
Fr Paul’s Reflections are available under ‘Publications, Other Articles‘.
You may also enjoy the Week by Week Family Prayer Articles under ‘Publications, Inspirations‘.
Sincere thanks to those who have continued their support through planned giving and to those who have made some special donations. Your generosity is really appreciated.
If you are making a “DONATION” and require a Receipt to claim a Tax Deduction please make sure you let us know at the time the donation is made. Thank you.
You are most welcome to phone the parish office 9311 2062 or 9311 1909 for more information.
Catholic Careline 13 18 19 is a free and confidential helpline during this time of uncertainty, when it can be difficult to know where to turn to for help!