Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday Mass at St Paul's

The absence of Sunday Mass has left us all with an enormous sense of loss. As we begin Holy Week, we can at least enjoy some consolation today by watching Mass which has been recorded in our own parish church with myself as celebrant. We were limited by government directives which permit only two people to be present at any one time, so the music was recorded beforehand and imported into our celebration.

Easter services to be broadcast on free-to-air TV

 The Seven Network will stream The Lord’s Passion at 3pm on Good Friday and Easter Sunday Mass from 10.30am across the country on Channel 7 and on Prime 7 in regional areas, and live-streamed on 7plus.

https://www.cathnews.com/cathnews/37657-easter-services-to-be-broadcast-on-free-to-air-tv

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Special Corona Virus Update

27 March 2020

As a result of directions from the Prime Minister and further directions from the Most Reverend Brian Mascord, Bishop of Wollongong, all churches and chapels in the diocese were closed from Monday 23rd March. These very necessary directions have far reaching consequences.

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Please see the current Pastoral Statement from Bishop Brian Mascord here

Prayer in Time of Great Need

Heavenly Father, who always listens compassionately to your people in distress, we humbly beseech you to bring relief to our human family. We offer our prayer that viral afflictions will be contained, that vaccines will be developed, that the sick will recover, and that those who have died will receive a merciful judgement. And may our faith and trust in your divine providence be strengthened continually in every trial and tribulation.

Quarantine Thoughts by Father Joseph

Part Three view here; Part Two view here; Part One view here

Homilies by Father Joseph

29/04/20 view here; 28/03/20 view here; 27/03/20 view here; 26/03/20 view here; 25/03/20 view here; 22/03/20 view here

 

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Welcome to our Parish

The parish of St Paul's Camden includes the community of  St Clare's in Narellan Vale.

We're now a little larger than when we were first established as a rural parish way back in 1859.

We've managed to retain some of our old rural and historic charm, and we want to extend to you some of our good old-fashion country hospitality. We hope you find our web site interesting and informative.

And if you're ever visiting in this part of the world, we'd love you to join us in worship.


 

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