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Plenary Council 2020 &
Our Lady of Fatima Peakhurst

In many ways, Peakhurst is a parish ahead of its time, and we are a parish built on the love, dedication and respect of our parishioners for the Church and for one another.

It’s time to have YOUR say!

Plenary 2020 provides an opportunity for the lay members of our Catholic community to have their opinions and issues heard. OLF is running small discussion groups in January and February where members of our Parish come together and discuss their journey within the Church and the question: What does God want from us in Australia today?
 

We cannot say we are not heard if we do not first speak!

There are 3 groups available:

  • Wednesday evening (January only)

  • Saturday morning (January & February)

  • Sunday afternoon (January & February)

If you would like to join one of these groups, please email your interest and which session and month you prefer to olf.plenary2020@gmail.com
or call Ruth on 0410 470 678.

Save the Date

Plenary 2020 Morning Tea & Forum
Sunday, 17 February at 10am
Parish Centre Hall

Have you attended a Plenary 2020 discussion in 2018/2019 and would like a chance to discuss some of the ideas that evolved in that discussion?

Were you unable to make it to a discussion group before now but would like a chance to come together with your parish community, to share, to listen and to have your say?

We are holding a Morning Tea & Plenary Forum in the OLF Parish Hall. Come and join us and share in conversation over a cup of tea and some light refreshments.

Parish News

In The Catholic Wild West

Mary-Anne Gordon could be the new face of Catholicism. With few Priests available to do the work, she travels the length of the Wilcannia-Forbes diocese in rural NSW hatching, matching, dispatching & providing pastoral care. Compass (on ABC) explores the interface between religion and life as experienced by individuals and communities - from ordinary Australians, public leaders, religious thinkers and philosophers. Our parish is Lending A Hand to the drought-stricken diocese.

Soaring with the Swans

Fr Adam Crouch says he is one of the luckiest people around, being able to live out his two passions - faith and football.