Welcome to Kedron Catholic Parish

We aim to be a prayerful, caring community

The Church of St Therese of Lisieux and St Anthony of Padua in Kedron Brisbane is a Parish of the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane staffed by the Franciscan Friars of the Holy Spirit Province. We aim to be a prayerful, caring community in the spirit of St Francis, so that we may come to know more intensely the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit Kedron Catholic Parish.

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Support your Parish during COVID-19

During this time that Sunday Masses are suspended, our normal means of receiving Sunday Mass collections is not possible. But the expenses for the Parish continue and the friars are continuing their ministry in the parish. If you are in a position to continue your weekly support by contributing to both the 1st and 2nd Collections, it would be greatly appreciated.

The First Collection supports the Franciscan Friars who minister in the parish (and partly the Clergy Sustenation Fund of the Archdiocese). The Second Collection meets parish expenses.

You can also contribute by bringing or sending your offering to the Parish Office in person or by using Direct Deposit.

Thank you very much for your ongoing support.

Fr Mario ofm

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You belong to the Parish:
We invite you to take part in it's work.

On joining our Parish Community we invite you and your family to take part in one or several of the ministries that form part of Parish life here at Kedron.

They include:

Worship

Mass

We strive to celebrate the Mass with the greatest amount of reverence, dignity and enthusiasm in order to create “prayerful and inspired liturgies”. View mass times.

Sacramental Programme

We coordinate a family-centred Parish-based Sacramental Programme for the Sacraments of Confirmation, First Holy Communion and First Reconciliation.

Baptisms

At St Therese and St Anthony’s we normally celebrate the baptisms on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month except during Lent.

Weddings

The Catholic Church sees marriage as one of the seven Sacraments, which is why we treat every marriage with the utmost respect and reverence.

RCIA

RCIA, is offered to those who have never been baptised, or those who have been baptised in another Christian Church and wish to enter the Catholic Church.

Vocations

By virtue of our Baptism, we are all called by God for some work in the world to continue Jesus’ mission to build God’s kingdom.

Funerals
It is always a privilege for our parish community to support families and friends when they have lost a loved one through death.
Columbarium

The one ordained ministry in the Catholic Church has three forms. It is constituted by the ministries of bishop, presbyter (priest), and deacon.

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