We Are Called
We Are Called
When we join in the Celebration of the Eucharist, we see many items and areas within the Church that are essential for this celebration.
Within the Church, a significant area is the sanctuary which is the front part of the Church. This area is sometimes elevated or sunken from where people sit in the Church to ensure that all can see and hear all aspects of the Mass. During the Mass the priest spends most of the time in the sanctuary area of the Church.
Within the Sanctuary area the lectern is placed. During the Mass, the Word of God is read from the lectern. This helps to remind us that what believers are hearing is important and worthy of paying special attention to. The lector is the person who reads the First and Second Readings during Mass. Then the Priest or a Deacon reads the Gospel.
Readers, or Proclaimers of the Word read at the lectern from the Lectionary which is a book containing a collection of scripture readings. The lectionary is kept in the Church as it is used daily.
This week at Mass the gospel, read by the priest, is very familiar as it is the story of Jesus feeding five hundred people by multiplying five loaves and two fish.
In this story a young boy offers the gifts that he has – the loaves and the fish for the good of all. Just as the young boy shared his gifts, we also recognise that we have all been given many gifts and are invited to use our gifts to share Jesus’ message and follow his example in our words and actions.
As we listen to the Gospel reading on Sunday consider how we use our gifts to share the Good News.
Sacrament of First Communion
The Parent Information Night for the Sacrament of First Communion will be held on Monday 24 June 2019 at 7.00pm at the Parish Centre.
All parents and guardians who wish to enrol their child/ren in the Sacrament of First Communion Program at our Parish this year, are required to attend this Parent Information Night. This meeting is for parents only. Please do not bring children. Please come early to register your attendance and your child’s details. For enquiries contact Faith Rico – email@example.com or phone 9276 8500.
We are continue continuing to support LifeLink through the weekly Cake Stalls held on Thursdays.
Today the Cake Stall was organised by the Year Six parents. We thank our parents who have generously donated an amazing variety of food throughout this term. There has been great excitement, interest and support from the children who have enjoyed recess every Thursday.
Next week, we look forward to the last Cake Stall on Thursday 27 June organised by Year Three.
iCare: Volunteering at Infant Jesus School
At Infant Jesus School it is our aim to ensure all children become successful readers as reading is also a very important for many other learning areas. Reading is also important for life – long after children leave school.
We are looking for volunteers to cover some more reading books this term. Please see Jenny in the Library if you would like to help.
24:7 Morley Youth Group
The 24:7 Morley Youth Group is for students in Years 6 to 12. The meet every Friday evening from 6.00pm to 8.00pm at Infant Jesus Parish Hall, Morley (Gold coin donation). Call Roger 0434 988 711 or Steph 0499 547 066 for more information.
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