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PO Box 186 Cooma, NSW 2630
Fr Mick MacAndrew
8331 7609
Mon, Wed, Fri – 9am to 1pm

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Corona Virus Protocols

  1. Use hand sanitiser on entry to the church 
  2. face mask optional
  3. Social distance in the seats and on the Communion line 
  4. Receive Holy Communion in HAND ONLY 
  5. Volunteer please to clean seats at end of Mass

MASS TIMES

St Patrick's Parish Cooma

Sundays 10am and 5pm

Weekday Mass  #  Tues 5pm Adoration 4.30pm, # Thu/Fri 10am

St Andrew's Nimmitabel

1st 2nd & 4th Sundays Vigil 5/*6pm Liturgy of the Word

3rd & 5th Sundays Vigil (Sat) 5/*6pm Mass

All Saints Numeralla

2nd Sunday on the Month Mass 10am

4th Sunday of the Month 5.30pm Liturgy of the Word

St Mary's Adaminaby

4th Sunday of the Month 8am Mass

Jindabyne Contacts

St Columbkille Parish

St Columbkille's, 24 Kosciusko Rd
Jindabyne NSW 2627

Postal Address: PO Box 186 Cooma NSW, 2630

Phone: (02) 8331 7609

Suburb/Town:
Berridale, Dalgety, Jindabyne, Moonbah and Thredbo

website:  cg.org.au/Jindabyne

Bombala Contacts

St Mary’s Parish

Queen St
Bombala NSW 2632

Postal Address: PO Box 186 Cooma NSW  2630

Phone: (02) 8331 7609(Cooma priest)

Email: snowymonaro@cg.org.au

 

website:  cg.org.au/Bombala

Pope Francis' Latest Book

Pope Francis’ latest book “Let Us Dream – Path to a better future” In the Covid crisis, the beloved shepherd of over one billion Catholics has seen the cruelty and inequity of our society more vividly exposed than ever before. He has also seen in the resilience, generosity and creativity of so many people, the means to rescue our society, economy and our planet. In direct, powerful prose, Pope Francis urges us not to let the pain be in vain.

Pope Francis outlines the problems we face, “We are born, beloved creatures of our Creator, God of love, into a world that has lived long before us. We belong to God and to one another, and we are part of creation. And from this understanding, grasped by the heart, must flow our love for each other, a love not earned or bought because all we are and have is unearned gift.  “How are we persuaded otherwise? How did we become blind to the preciousness of creation and the fragility of humanity? How did we forget the gifts of God and of each other? How to explain that we live in a world where nature is suffocating, where viruses spread like wildfire and bring down our societies, where heartbreaking poverty coexists with inconceivable wealth, where entire peoples like the Rohingya are consigned to the dustheap?

“I believe that what has persuaded us is the myth of self-sufficiency, that whispering in our ears that the earth exists to be plundered; that others exist to meet our needs; that what we have earned or what we lack is what we deserve; that my reward is riches, even if that means that the fate of others will be poverty.”

Fr Mick has copies of the book for $20.

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46 Murray Street, Cooma, NSW 2630
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