Good Shepherd, Kelmscott
Chapel of the
is this place.
It is the house of GOD
and the gate of heaven.
- Genesis 28:17
Catholic Traditional Latin Mass Community
Kelmscott, Western Australia
Sunday Mass Times
Holy Mass according to the Extraordinary Rite is celebrated every Sunday at 8.30am.
8:00am Rosary, 8:15am Confession, 8:30am Mass, after 9:30am Morning Tea
Notices and Upcoming Events
Cake & Curry Stall
There will be a Cake and Curry Stall on Sunday, 20 September after the 8.30am Latin Mass and after the 10am Novus Ordo Mass. This is fundraising for our Chapel running expenses.
A range of pre-packed curry and rice will be available, as well as a selection of small cakes, priced from $1-$10. Cash only, please.
Each week until Christmas I will feature tips on how to pronounce Latin Vowels and the composition of whole words (syllables) using Latin vowels. We are familiar with A_E_I_O_U in English but in Latin the same vowels sound quite different.
We begin: A-a, this vowel sounds ah as in father or farther = (Latin) Amen.
Updated Directives from the Archdiocese of Perth
Archbishop Costelloe has released revised directives for Churches and Chapels. Phase 4 of WA's COVID-19 Roadmap has been tentatively extended until Friday, 23 October 2020.
Social distancing is still in place, as are the requirements for compliance. The revised directives may be found here.
We are hoping for an Organist and several singers to come forward and exercise their talents for the greater glory of God. Sheet music and tuition support for volunteers available. Please contact Phil on 0428 966 916.
Disposal of Religious Items
Do you know how to properly dispose of religious items, if need be?
Items that are blessed must be treated with reverence. If they cannot be given away to others, then they must be buried, or burned and buried. Do this also for items you are unsure of, regarding blessing.
If the items have not been blessed, such as holy cards and images through the mail, then they are simply pictures that can be thrown away. More information can be found here.
'Could you not spend one hour with Me'?
Our Traditional Chapel is compact, serene and a wonderful place for worship.
The Chapel is open every Saturday morning from 9.00am-11.00am for Cleaning and Disinfecting in preparation for Sunday Mass.
Everyone is welcome to join us either Saturday or Sunday. 'Could you not spend one hour with me?' or even fifteen minutes to say hello?
Praying the Rosary
Come recite the Holy Rosary at 8.00am on Sunday mornings before Mass.
Morning tea will be held in the foyer after every Sunday Mass.
There is a COVID-19 Compliance Plan in place. Some key points:
Mass numbers are only restricted by available social distancing rules/space;
Registration is no longer required;
Sanitation will probably be the 'new normal' and will continue to be available/practised;
The prohibition on sharing and re-use of books and papers will remain in force until further notice;
Mass Booklets and printed hymn sheets are for personal re-use only. Please bring them back with you each week. All other bulletins etc. take with you until further notice.
Recent Blog Posts
R.I.P. John Rencontre, 12 June 2020 pdf
Pastoral Letter by Archbishop Costelloe regarding the reopening of Churches and Chapels from the 18th of May 2020 pdf
Pastoral Letter by Archbishop Costelloe regarding coronavirus and church closures, 19 March 2020 pdf
Annual Report, 16 October 2019 pdf
Easter, April 2019 Postcard from the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate in Benin pdf
Palm Sunday Mass, 14 April 2019 pdf
Statement by Archbishop Costelloe regarding Fr Joseph Tran, 23 March 2019 pdf
60th Anniversary of Emeritus Archbishop Hickey's Ordination, 3 February 2019 pdf
A Celebration of Priesthood: Emeritus Archbishop Hickey's 60th Anniversary, 2019 pdf
Annual Report 2018 pdf
I would like to thank you all for your love, prayers, phone calls and expressions of encouragement during my recent surgery I was so encouraged by by your support. God Bless, Pamela Chadd.