THE PLENARY IN THE PARISH - 3rd OCT
THE PLENARY IN THE PARISH
The first Plenary Council Assembly commences on October 3rd , this Sunday
Please continue to check out the Plenary Page on the Parish website for links and information.
JAN BRADY EXPLAINS DISCERNMENT AND SYNODALITY.
New additions to the Parish Website
MASS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
This weekend, all Australian parishes will focus on the start of the Plenary Meeting by celebrating a Mass of the Holy Spirit. Ours will be Mass on Demand from St Francis Xavier at 5.30pm on Saturday.
FOLLOWING THE PLENARY BY REPORTS AND ONLINE
Join us for Plenary Tracker
a daily Zoom with exclusive news, insights,
and panel discussions hosted by
respected former ABC presenter
Genevieve Jacobs AM.
Every night from Sunday October 3 to October 10 at 7.30 AEDT, Genevieve will speak with Plenary members and insiders summarising, highlighting, and discussing each day’s events.
Registering for Plenary Tracker is FREE. Simply fill in your details here to receive the one web link that allows you to join us each night.
By registering you will also receive daily emails with a video recording of the previous night’s session, and a link to Emeritus Professor John Warhurst AO's daily blog. John is a Plenary Council member.
Plenary Tracker is brought to you by the Australasian Catholic Coalition for Church Reform in partnership with Concerned Catholics Canberra Goulburn, and with the support of Garratt Publishing.
When you register, you will also receive PLENARY INSIGHT, the blog by John Warhurst.
GERALDINE DOOGUE PLENARY COUNCIL PODCAST REPORT:
A special podcast “PLENARY MATTERS” will be published each day during the Plenary Council 1st Assembly 3-10 October starting with a preview Sat 2 Oct. (podcast to be posted 5-7pm daily)
Join prominent Australian broadcaster and Catholic, Geraldine Doogue for her new podcast, Plenary Matters. She'll follow a big, important gathering of the Catholic Church in Australia called the Plenary Council. The last one was in 1937…yes, it’s been a long time between drinks!
And this one REALLY matters to the future of the Church…which is, let’s face it, swamped with challenges.
Geraldine has held on through this difficult period because she believes in the ability of the Church to 'resurrect' itself. Join Geraldine as she speaks to other Catholics who are interested in shaping a new, modern Church.
Follow the Plenary Council First Assembly online
Parts of the first general assembly will be live-streamed each day. The home page of the Plenary Council website will be the place to go to find the live stream each day.
Here are some highlights from the live stream schedule:
October 3: Opening Mass of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia, 2 pm AEDT from St Mary's Cathedral in Perth.
October 4-9: Daily Mass broadcast at 9.30 am AEDT and on-demand afterwards.
October 4-6 and October 8-9: Plenary session live stream starts at 11 am AEDT and runs until approximately 12.15 pm AEDT.
October 7: Plenary session live stream starts at 12 noon AEDT and runs until approximately 12.45 pm AEDT.
October 10: Closing Mass of the First General Assembly, 11 am AEDT from St Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane.
PLEASE KEEP UP YOUR PRAYERS FOR THE PLENARY COUNCIL