Tuesday, March 23rd 2021
Easter liturgies – Covid-19 update
All our Easter liturgies for 2021 will now be held online
Thursday, February 25th 2021
We are making a slight change to our online liturgies.
Thank you for supporting our online liturgies throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunday, February 14th 2021
Returning to the TLC
Please register below for in-person liturgies, returning Feb 20-21, 2021
Friday, March 27th 2020
Taking St Mary's Liturgies Online
We don't have to be completely isolated from our community. We can come together in a virtual holy space. Let us celebrate our liturgy online. Let us think of each other as we pray, listen and sing at the same time.
Friday, March 27th 2020
Queensland civil society unites to face crisis
I met on a video conference with 36 Queensland Community Alliance leaders this afternoon. We all reported on what was happening in our various communities. Very enlightening. Devett Kennedy has given a very good summary on the meeting and the things we can do.
Friday, March 20th 2020
All weekend liturgies cancelled
Because of the escalating spread of the Covid19 virus the unhappy decision has been made to cancel the liturgies this weekend. This decision was made as a large number of people indicated their great concern that meeting would put people at risk. We need to play our part in restricting the spread of the virus.
Thursday, December 12th 2019
What might a treaty or treaties between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in Queensland mean? What does it mean to you?
Monday, September 23rd 2019
Climate Change Despair and Empowerment
A great article by John Seed and Ruth Rusenhek
Wednesday, June 19th 2019
10 Year Anniversary Photos
This year we celebrated 10 years since our leaving of the old St Marys Church. Ten years ago we walked from the Church with lanterns in hand and sadness in our hearts to the TLC Building. For 10 years we have proudly forged a new way of being a Faith Community bringing hope to many.
Wednesday, June 12th 2019
The Catholic Church after George Pell: Can it find salvation in a greater role for women?
Those calling for reform within the church say recent events have paved the way to expand the role of women in Catholicism. Some believe that includes female priests. All will be considered when bishops and other representatives from across the country meet to discuss the future of the church in 2020.