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Each Sunday of the Easter season, we celebrate the gifts we have received in Baptism and Confirmation. Through Baptism and Confirmation we have been given the Holy Spirit. Today, through the voice of the Church, Christ is saying to us what he said to the apostles: "If you love me, keep my commandments". We could not possibly call us His Disciples if we do not listen to His words and make an effort to live by them.

Thank You From Catholic Mission:

Catholic Mission thanks all parishioners for their support of their important overseas work training local priests and religious from poor and marginalised communities throughout the developing world.

Parents Meeting About the Sacrament of Reconciliation:

This meeting will take place at the School Hall of Christ the King School on this Tuesday 23 May, commencing at 6pm.
It is important that at least one of the parents of each child attends this meeting.

First Reconciliation Commitment Mass:

This Mass will be celebrated at Christ the King Church on next Saturday 27 May at 6.30pm. All members of the childrens families are welcome.

Sacrament of Confirmation Mass:

The Sacrament of Confirmation will be celebrated in our Parish on Saturday 10 June, and Sunday 11 June.
Let us pray that God, in a special way, will bless all those who will be confirmed so that they may always remain faithful to Him.

First Communion for Confirmees:

First Communion will be celebrated in our Parish on Saturday 17 June, and on Sunday 18 June.
Let us pray that God, in a special way, will bless all those who will be receiving their First Holy Communion so that they may always live their lives close to Jesus.

Let Us Remember In Our Masses at Christ The King Church:

  • Sun: 8.30am: Emilia Romano, RIP.
  • Sun: 10.00am: Carmelo Luito, Antonio and Vincenza Bosco, RIP.
  • Sun: 7.00pm: Giovanni Mariani, RIP. (First Anniversary).
  • Weekday Masses: In the mornings on Monday to Friday.
  • Mon: 8.15am: Frank del Rosso, RIP.
  • Tue: 8.15am: Concetta and Domenico Iacono, RIP.
  • Wed: 8.15am: Nunzio la Macchia, RIP.
  • Thu: 8.15am: Lindsay McCoy, RIP (2 Anniversary): and Clem and Emily Migro, RIP.
  • Fri: 8.15am: Sacred Heart and Our Lady. (A de Ceglie).
  • Sat Vigil: 6.30pm 27 May: Joao and Herminia de Azevado, RIP.

Congratulations and Welcome to the Newly Baptised:

Tex George Lightbody, son of Todd and Catherine.
James Lionel Pettit, son of Justin and Alyssa.

Forthcoming Weddings:

Not this week.

Recently Deceased:

Brendan Meade.
May he rest in peace.

Requiem Mass:

Not this week.

Prayers for the Sick:

Armando Correia, Father Rodney Williams, Moises de Abreu, Michele Sputore, Rosa Marie Santos, Jose Mendez, Johanna van der Mark, Loretta Fredericks, Michelle Babich, Mary Ward, Dominic O'Hagan, Meg Handcock, Joe Gauci, Len Ward, Fik Dedic, Maria de Felice, Joe Migro, Cono Micale, Carina Gorton, Giovanna Mariani, Charlie Foti, Cassie O'Brien, Pi Martinovich, John McGrath, Terry Correia, Bodhi Niblett, Geoff Liebeck.


Medjugorje Evening of Prayer:

All parishioners are invited for this coming Friday 26 May, commencing at 7pm at Holy Family Parish Church in Kalamunda.
Free DVDs of Donald Calloway's life of drug dealing, addiction, and life of sin, to his conversion and priesthood will be available on the evening.
Any enquiries to Sister Eileen on 0407 471 256.

Shrine Time:

This Holy Hour for young adults (18 to 35), will take place next Sunday 28 May at 7.30pm in Mount Richon.
Please join in prayer, praise, and worship, followed by a social.

CCR Together:

Charismatic Renewal invites all to this gathering to be held next Friday 26 May at 7pm in Orana Catholic Primary School in Willeton.
The evening commences with prayer and praise. A Collection will be taken up to support the work of Renewal. The evening will conclude with a light supper.
Any queries to Dan on 9398 4973.

Moral Issues for Ongoing Faith Formation:

Two evenings discussing moral issues with Father Joe Parkinson will take place at the L J Goody Bioethics Centre in Mount Hawthorne on Tuesday 20 June and Tuesday 27 June, from 7pm till 9.30pm.
Any enquiries to Karen Hart on 6104 3696.

Discovering Jesus in the New Testament:

Some central questions about the New Testament will be addressed by Paolo Sala at Newman Siena Centre on Tuesday 30 May - 27 June.
Examples are : Does the world need Jesus Christ? What did Jesus intend to do with His miracles and preaching? Why did He die?

Winter Prayer Day:

The Theme today is "Finding Healing and Hope in the New Universe Story"
Presented by Sister Dora Maguire RSJ at the Mary MacKillop Centre on Wednesday 14 June from 10am till 1pm.

Discernment Retreat Days:

During this June, the Archdiocesan Vocations Office will be hosting Discernment Retreat Days for Catholics aged between 18 to 25 who would like a chance to pray about their life's vocation.
The days are free of charge and will include presentations, guided prayer, Mass, and lunch.
The venue is Saint Catherine's House of Hospitality in Tuart Hill.
For women, the day is Saturday 17 June, 10am till 4pm; please RSVP by Wednesday 14 June.
For men, the day is Saturday 24 June, 10am till 4pm; please RSVP by Wednesday 21 June.
For enquiries or to RSVP, please email to

Help For Good Living:

There will be a Reading Weekend with Margaret Malone SGS, at New Norcia from 2 to 4 June.
For bookings, contact Bernadette on 0429 919 000.

Rally for LIfe 2017:

This takes place at Parliament House in Perth at 6.45pm on Tuesday 23 May.
Since abortion was legalised in WA in 1998, 150,000 lives have been lost, and countless more impacted by their loss.
Come together in peace and solidarity on the steps of Parliament to remember those lost.
For more information, contact Respect Life Office on 9422 7999.

Australian Pilgrimage in the Footsteps of Mary MacKillop, 2017:

This pilgrimage on 8 to 18 November, has been prepared by the Sisters of Saint Joseph to help you enter more deeply into Mary and Julian's stories and spirituality. The opportunity for prayer and reflection is a significant part of the Pilgrimage which is led by a team of Sisters of Saint Joseph.
Participate in ten days of sharing a journey which will draw you more deeply into the story of the foundation of the Congregation by Julian Tension Wood and Mary MacKillop in Penola, and how their vision has unfolded.
For more information, prices, brochure and application form please call Sister Therese Leydon RSJ on 02 8912 4845 (Monday/Wednesday), or Sister Annie Bond RSJ 02 8912 4818.