St Vincent De Paul Society
The St Vincent de Paul Society consists of a group of men and women dedicated to service of the poor or those in any need.
Alan Henson, Asquith 9476 2120
John Ryan, Berowra 9456 3503
For more information, see St Vincent de Paul Society: Click here
Social Justice Group
Involves parish in prayer, awareness raising and action concerned with issues of justice affecting society
For more information visit the Social Justice website: Click here
Working and relating with other Christian Churches is considered a 'duty of the Christian conscience'.
Ecumenism is the movement among Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant Churches towards Christian unity.
Parishioners each year take part in the World Day of Prayer, hosted in turn by the local churches. Other groups in the district in which some parishioners take part are:
LinC – Love in the Name of Christ -which aims to help members of the community in various ways.
The Church urges us with prudence and love to enter into discussion and collaboration with members of other religions.
Please direct enquires to email: interfaithWISH@gmail.com
More information is available on the DBB website: Click here
The Church has the mission to help bring the Gospel, or Good News, to the world. This sacred task requires ever newer energies, strategies and commitment to this task.
The New Evangelisation is an initiative of Pope John Paul II, which seeks to energise all Catholics to this mission.
While all the ministries in our parish endeavour to be Good News, a particular group meets with those who enquire about Christianity in the Catholic Church.
This is called The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA).
For more information on RCIA please Click here
Contact: Sue Newnham via the Pastoral Centre on (02) 9456 2450