Good Shepherd, Kelmscott

Chapel of the

AWESOME

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

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

Bulletins

Current Bulletin pdf

Last week's Bulletin pdf

Notices and Upcoming Events

World Day of Prayer

                     The World Day of Prayer is a

                     global ecumenical

                     movement led by Christian

                     women who welcome you to join in prayer and action for peace and justice. It is run under the motto “Informed Prayer and Prayerful Action,” and is celebrated annually in 170 countries on the first Friday in March.

 

The movement aims to bring together people of various races, cultures and traditions in a yearly common Day of Prayer, as well as in closer fellowship, understanding and action throughout the year.

 

The World Day of Prayer will be held at our parish at 10 am on Friday, 5th March, 2021. The theme for this year is, “Build on a Strong Foundation and the host nation is Vanuatu”. Food and refreshments to follow the service. We hope you will join us. Click here to view the poster.

Bring 'Em, Don't Bin 'Em

                              To date, we have

                              collected on average 440 cans per week (5290 in total). We began in November collecting cans and drink bottles for our two projects. Collected for India is $150.30, plus $376.90 for the Sisters in Benin.

Please keep in mind every 10c will provide a meal in India for an underprivileged child. In addition, India has no welfare system and those required to retire at 55, must live on any possible (unlikely) savings they have made in their working life. The consequences are very harsh, so please spread your love and some dollars. If you have any containers with the printed '10c refund' please Don't Bin It - Bring It.

Small Coin Collections

This collection scheme once added to the Cans and Bottles has boosted the transfer of funds to $600+ sent to India and $572 ($340 awaiting transfer) to Benin. Your generosity has no equal considering how few we are compared to other Parishes who raise money for other causes. Well done everybody!

Possible Family Fun Afternoon

A suggestion has been put forward, that we as a Traditional Community, hold a fun, family afternoon soon after Easter, here on our beautiful lawns. We have all gone through a serious amount of mental and physical disruption since the Pandemic has been among us, including roadworks.

 

This suggestion is a means of rewarding yourselves for your perseverance as a Community, in remaining together when it would have been too easy to go to Mass on-line.

Please Pray For ...

Emeritus Archbishop B.J. Hickey, Monsignor M. Keating, Fr. Alfonsas Savickis, Fr. Ted Miller, Fr. Lionel Henry,

Fr. Pavol Herda P.P., Michele Carter, Pamela Chadd, Pat Cunnington, Tony Dimelo, Dorothy Hardy, Sky Hurleigh-Craig, Thomas Mazza, Helen Clune, Paul Clune.

Musical Instrument Volunteer

                       We are hoping for an Organist to come forward and exercise their talent for the greater glory of God. Sheet music and tuition support available. Please contact Phil on 0428 966 916.

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 will continue until an as yet undetermined date.

Social distancing is still in place, as are the requirements for compliance. The revised directives may be found here.

Mandatory Contact Register

As of 5 December 2020, it is mandatory for particular businesses and venues, including places of worship, to collect contact details of patrons. Keeping a contact register will help the Department of Health with COVID-19 contact tracing.

Details required are date, arrival time, name and contact number.

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.

'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?

Facebook Page       

  • Facebook

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

Recent Blog Posts

Archived Notices

2020

Christmas Message from Archbishop Costelloe, 10 December 2020 pdf

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

 
 
 
 
 
 

What Does Lent Really Mean?

Traditional faith carries many meanings and mysteries. As part of a series of articles explaining some of these mysteries, here is the first on the meaning of Lent pdf

Roadworks: Chapel Access

Please note: Due to roadworks, there is currently only one way to access the Chapel, which is from the south. Turn onto Streich Road, either at or before Foster Road.

Stations of the Cross

                Stations of the Cross are held

                at the Chapel at 7pm every

                Wednesday night in Lent.

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

© 2018-2020 by Good Shepherd Kelmscott Latin Mass Community