Good Shepherd Parish

42 Streich Avenue, Kelmscott

Weekend Mass

8:30am - Sunday (Latin Tridentine Mass), 10:00am & 6:00pm - Sunday (English)

6:00pm - Saturday (English) 8:00pm (Neo-Cathecumenal Way)

Weekday Mass

8:00am - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday

6:30pm - Thursday

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

8:30am - 9:30am every Wednesday after 8:00 am mass followed by Benediction at 09:30 am

Reconciliation

5:00pm to 6:00pm - Saturday

Parish Priest

Rev Fr Pavol Herda



Parish Secretary

Mrs Sandra Quadros

MANDATORY COVID 19 – CONTACT REGISTRATION

Places of worship have been identified by WA Government to maintain a mandatory contact register. Wearing of masks is mandatory in the church. Any person aged 16 years and over is required to register their contact details when attending the church. Records are not required to be collected for children under 16 years. If you have the Safe WA App you must scan the QR code as you enter the church. Alternatively, you must provide your name and contact number on the sign-in sheets provided. Information will be kept in a secure location for no longer than 28 days, as required. If you are unwell or have any symptoms or cold or flu, stay at home.

Upon entering, sterilize your hands using the hand sanitizer provided.

After each WEEKDAY Mass and WEEKEND Mass, please assist in sanitizing the church by wiping the pews.

If you are a group or ministry coordinator, ensure your group or ministry members are aware of the requirement to follow these regulations. Together, we can ensure that our church is a safe place for our whole community, especially our very elderly and vulnerable community members.

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RENEWAL OF VOWS -

FILIP VOSTAN

RESOLVE TO ATTEND

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION



May we look upon our God with faith on this Earth so that we may behold Him in His glory in Heaven”.


There’s no better way to grow in love with someone than to spend time together—the same is true with our Lord. Commit to spending more time with the Blessed Sacrament each week. In addition to weekly (or daily) Mass, resolve to spend an hour in prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament each week. If an hour seems out of reach, start with thirty or even fifteen minutes each week. Bring a Bible, a Rosary, or anything else to help you in prayer.


Our parish has been blessed to have a Perpetual Adoration Chapel. We also have Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament every Wednesday morning after the 8:00am mass with the Cenacle of prayer recited (Marian movement of priests) followed by Benediction at 9:30 am.

Please make time for our dear Lord.


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