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Parish Groups and Organisations.

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  • Apostleship of the Sea
    • The Apostleship of the Sea was established in the mid 1920s in Australia, to care for the spiritual and social needs of seafarers. The Seafarers’ Centre in our Parish assists around 600 seafarers each month. We provide for their spiritual needs, both with a chapel and on-board ministry, regardless of race, colour, creed or gender. We also liaise with government and non-government agencies on seafarers’ health and well-being, as an advocate for abused seafarers. An important objective of the organisation is to keep families in touch and give respite to those with the most dangerous and marginalised occupation in the world today.

      Contact: aosnat@bigpond.net.au or 3348 6629
  • Bayside Catholic Youth

  • Brothers of Christian Doctrine
    • Info for Brothers of Christian Doctrine

     

  • The Cursillo Movement

    • The Cursillo Movement has been active in the Wynnum Parish since the first Brisbane Archdiocesan 3-day retreat was held at St Lawrence Friary on 7 June 1968. It gives participants the opportunity to experience Christian life during a three day live in retreat. It also offers ongoing support to live a Christian life at home, at work, at leisure or whatever other pursuits participants may have.

      Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980
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  • Knights of the Southern Cross
    • The Knights of the Southern Cross is an Australian Order within a worldwide order of Catholic lay men. KSC was instituted in 1919 to improve the status of the Catholic community within the Australian society. The Wynnum/Manly branch received its charter in August 1944 and has been active ever since. The motto of the order is ‘Service and Christianity’. Contact: patken50@bigpond.net.au
  • Light on the Hill
    • This prayer group first met in 1971. The particular ministry of the group is to help one another to come to a deeper relationship with God through the power of the Holy Spirit.

      Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980
  • Liturgy Groups.
    • Altar Servers
    • Choir
    • Eucharistic Ministers
    • Liturgical Ministers
    • Music
    • Readers
    • Sacristans
  • Majellan Group
    • The Majellan group offers friendship, spiritual and social contact to all women. The first meeting was held in this parish in 1971. The meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise advised in our Parish Bulletin (published weekly on this website).  Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980

  • Marriage Preparation
    • Info about Marriage Preparation
  • Neo-Catechumenate
    • The Neo-catechumenal Way began in the Parish in July 1982 with the formation of a community of 48 people. The Way was approved by Pope John Paul II and is based on three key points: - The Liturgy, The Word and Community. It is open to all who want to enter and there are three communities in the Parish which meet weekly for celebrations and liturgies.

      Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980
  • St Padre Pio Prayer Group
    • Padre Pio was a special child of God blessed in many wonderful and mysterious ways. The most dramatic was the stigmata, which he received in 1918. Among this humble priest’s gifts were prophecy, conversion, reading of souls and miraculous cures. The prayer group was founded by a parishioner following a remarkable cure after praying to Padre Pio. Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980
    • Regular St Padre Pio Celebrations. The late Eileen Harnett, like many others graced with extraordinary favours from this great mystic and stigmatist of our times, desired and eventually obtained the consent to set up a Prayer Group officially in this area. It is an opportunity for anyone to participate in Prayer, Mass, Devotions and words to recall the impact of this saintly Capuchin on our world. Come along to Guardian Angels Church, 198 Bay Terrace Wynnum for a gathering from 7.30pm to 9.00pm on the 3rd Mondays of every month, unless otherwise made known in the Parish Bulletin (published weekly on this website).

       

  • Parish Pastoral Council
    • Info for Parish Pastoral Council
  • RCIA
    • Info for RCIA
  • The Rosary Group
    • The Rosary Group was founded in 1972 and gathers weekly on Tuesdays at 9am at Guardian Angels church to pray the rosary. They pray not only for world peace, but for the sick of our community, for the poor and for all in need. As well as praying the rosary, they have become involved in works of charity.

      Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980
  • Sacramental Program School
    • Info for Sacramental Program School
  • Secular Franciscan Order
    • The Third Order of St Francis is now known as The Secular Franciscan Order. The Order first came to Guardian Angels in 1951. The aim of members is to live the Gospel life in the manner of St Francis, praying and doing works of charity.

      Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980
  • St Vincent De Paul
    • The Society of St Vincent de Paul was founded in the Parish in 1923 to care for the needy. The society has remained continuously active since then and today has some 15 core members and many other non members who freely give of their time to help the poor and disadvantaged of the greater Wynnum area. Contact: presb@pacific.net.au or 3393 4980