St Mary’s in Exile is a community of diverse people who come together in the light of the Christian mystery to act justly and give priority to those marginalised in our society
We acknowledge the traditional owners of this land where we are now gathered and recognise that it continues to be sacred to them.
Faith After Doubt – August 8
This week Liz Little talks about a podcast which is part of a series called 'On The Way' and is made by St John's Anglican Church in Brisbane. In this podcast, expert Brian McLaren discussed his book Faith after Doubt. McLaren challenges the idea of faith as a thing of certainty and he sees doubt as absolutely essential for faith
Homelessness Awareness Week – August 1
Last year Micah projects celebrated 25 years of assisting homeless people in Brisbane. On the eve of Homeless Awareness Week Terry will be interviewing Karyn Walsh the CEO of Micah Projects. Karyn was recently recognised for all her great work with Micah by being recognised as a Queensland Great.
Healing Country – July 18 Liturgy
In our liturgy we will be listening to the homily that Fr Frank Brennan SJ gave at the start of NAIDOC week. Reflecting on the focus for the week of ‘Heal Country’ he states that “There’ll be no healing of the country, there’ll be no constitutional recognition, and there’ll be no truth telling unless more of us hear the same call that Jesus heard and that is, “The spirit came into me and made me stand up.”
World Environment Day 2021
Our liturgy will be focusing on the importance of each of us doing something to address the climate crisis. We will be encouraging people to allow the emotion of love to be the driving force to enable us to hang in there despite our collective dismal attempts to really address this crisis. Homily by Terry Fitzpatrick.
Weekend Liturgies are held at:
Queensland Trades and Labour Council Building
Level 2, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane.
Liturgies are back at the TLC!
You will need to register via the QLD Check-in App upon arrival.
We are making a slight change to our online Liturgies. They will be coming out on Mondays instead of Fridays so that we can include a recorded live portion of our previous weekend liturgy. We are now able to gather in person so we will be incorporating that dynamic aspect in our recorded liturgies.
Reflective readings from 6pm. A contemplative evening Mass
preceded by meditation at 6.10pm. The liturgy commences at
6.30pm and Eucharist is celebrated.
A morning community liturgy attended by many families with younger children who are invited to a end a special liturgy and return prior to our Eucharistic celebration.
An afternoon liturgy and celebration of Eucharist.