All are welcome to join in this special service. Please bring your own lunch and then join us for tea and coffee and cake. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Christmas Mass and Lunch will be in Sunday 10th December. All welcome! Lunch, dessert and drinks …..lucky door prize and raffle will be drawn! Contact us to buy your lunch ticket and to buy your raffle tickets early! (There will be a Christmas hamper and kitchen appliance to win!!) Click Here: Christmas Celebration_Flyer 2017 […]
Watch a short video from Mary (Signing in ASL) about the Deaf Catholic Community.
We are proud that we got to share our unique event with the media. Read a short article here and click on the link to see the video of Rachel C Miers and Mary O’Meara in the interview! (some words in the captions are not exactly correct – this happens on YouTube videos sometimes – so If […]
If you are in Melbourne for our Deaf Catholic Conference – you may like to take the opportunity to see an Auslan interpreted show too! There are two great shows in August: Jesus Christ Superstar Show Sunday 13th August at 3pm You can see full details and buy your tickets online: http://www.auslanstageleft.com.au/upcoming-shows/vic/ Aladdin show […]
Take a moment to read the latest news from the Deafness Foundation with an interesting story on the front. DEAFNESS ISSUE Ed 2-1 May 2017
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Here is some information about the work of the The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Special website: http://www.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au/about-us Below, you will see two videos. We understand that these videos may be a few months old, however, we feel it is important to have these available to you, for your reference. Video from: […]
Starting off with a celebration on Ephpheta Sunday (20th August 2017), this conference is an opportunity for all to come together to reflect on the Deaf Catholic community history (around Australia), embrace who we are and how we live now and to share ideas that support the sustainability of our community. More information coming soon [...]
We liked this article about communication and sharing and about listening, valuing and respecting each other. “Communication, the pope insists, has the power to build bridges, to enable encounter and inclusion, to heal wounded memories and thus to enrich society” said Bishop Les Tomlinson from the Catholic Diocese of Sandhurst. Read Bishop Les Tomlinson’s article here