Get praying! Mass every Saturday in Moora at 6.30pm except on the fourth Sunday of the month when we start at 10.30am on Sunday morning. Fr Chris 0439 604 459 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Catholic Parish of Moora acknowledge the Yuat people, the Traditional Owners who have walked upon and cared for this land for thousands of years. We acknowledge the continued deep spiritual attachment and relationship of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to this country and commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of Reconciliation.
- 27. Aug, 2017
WORLD REFUGEE AND MIGRANT DAY
“Child migrants: The vulnerable and the voiceless”
Refugee and Migrant Sunday is a celebration of the dignity of people who are refugees and migrants, and of the contribution they have made to life in Australia.
This year we focus on child migrants. Pope Francis wants us to be aware that migration is related to salvation history and that our duty is to work towards the protection and integration of migrants. Catholics are encouraged to work towards guaranteeing child migrants protection and safety, striving towards long-term solutions for their integration in our own land, according to our generosity.
We pray: For child migrants and unaccompanied refugee children who are forced to leave their homes. May they find a new safe home and a brighter future. May we continue to become aware of their situation and bring about positive change in their lives
- 15. Aug, 2017
Archbishop Costelloe has written a Pastoral Letter to the Catholic community of Perth in relation to the upcoming postal ballot on same-sex marriage
- 11. Jul, 2017
- 26. Jun, 2017
Is Missing Mass a Mortal Sin?
Given how precious the Mass the Code of Canon Law (#1246) proscribes, "Sunday is the day on which the paschal mystery is celebrated in light of the apostolic tradition and is to be observed as the foremost holy day of obligation in the universal Church." Moreover, "On Sundays and other holy days of obligation, the faithful are bound to participate in the Mass..." (#1247).
Therefore, the Catechism teaches, "Those who deliberately fail in this obligation commit grave sin" (#2181), and grave sin is indeed mortal sin.
Recently, our Holy Father, Pope John Paul II, repeated this precept in his apostolic letter Dies Domini (Observing and Celebrating the Day of the Lord, #47, 1998).
- 17. May, 2017
- 28. Feb, 2017
19th November Confirmation in Jurien
27th August Confirmation @ 10.30am
• Fr Chris annual holidays, 1-29th September