Good Shepherd, Kelmscott

Chapel of the

Catholic Traditional Latin Mass Community

Kelmscott, Western Australia

Important information

Regularly updated information about the Chapel of the Good Shepherd and other notices.

Sacrament of Confession

Sunday Mass Times

Bulletins

Notices and Upcoming Events

Recent Blog Posts

Archived Notices

Sacrament of Confession

Confession is every Sunday from 8.15am to 8.25am as required.

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

Bulletins

Current Bulletin pdf

Last week's Bulletin pdf

Notices and Upcoming Events

Holy Day Obligations

August: Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Events for the first week of August.

1st August: First Saturday - The Five First Saturday Devotions, requested by Our Lady of Fatima

4th August: St John Mary Vianney

7th August: First Friday - The Nine Friday Devotions

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.

Facebook Page       

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Our Chapel now has a wonderful Facebook page with daily updates. Have a read and enjoy. Find it here.

Traditional 2020 Calendar

The Tridentine Catholic website has created a lovely, comprehensive 2020 Traditional calendar pdf

Feast of the Assumption Mass

Saturday, 15 August is the Feast of the Assumption. This is a Holy Day of Obligation but is not currently required during these times of COVID-19.

However, we are still celebrating with a Mass. Fr. Ted Miller will celebrate the Mass at 9.00am on Saturday, 15 August in our Chapel. Come and be a part of this special time.

Music Volunteers

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.

COVID-19 Compliance

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.

Morning Tea

Morning tea will be held in the foyer after every Sunday Mass.

Recent Blog Posts

Archived Notices

2020

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

2019

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

2018

Annual Report 2018 pdf

 
 
 
 
 
 

The month of August, is the month set aside to honour the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

On the Saturday the 15th of August we celebrate the Feast of The Assumption, a Holy Day of Obligation worldwide for Catholics. A holy day of obligation is a day when Catholics have a duty to participate at the celebration of the Mass. Every Sunday of the year is a day of obligation.

 

What happened to all the other Holy Days we celebrated prior to 2001?

‘When the new Code came into force, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference in 2001 reduced the number of holy days to two: Christmas Day and the Assumption of Our Lady (August 15) …… In addition, the Australian bishops transferred some of the holy days listed in the Code of Canon Law to a Sunday: the feasts of the Epiphany, the Ascension and the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi), so that these feasts could be more easily celebrated by all the faithful’

(Archdiocese of Perth).

What about two days in one?

The Feast day Obligation and the Sunday Obligation are two separate obligations requiring attendance at Holy Mass on each day. Saturday evening Mass should not be seen as fulfilling these obligations as is the case on  Saturday the 15th August for the Feast of the Assumption and Sunday the 16th August 2020.

However ...

Due to COVID-19, the current relaxation applied by the Archdiocese to Obligations on Sundays, will therefore apply to The Feast of the Assumption as well. One, two or no Mass at all is permitted.

The Chapel of the Good Shepherd is dedicated to TLM community celebrations courtesy of the Good Shepherd Parish.

Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Kelmscott

Mass time: Every Sunday 8.30am

Chapel Location: 42 Streich Avenue, Kelmscott, Western Australia 6111

© 2020 by Good Shepherd Kelmscott Latin Mass Community