Easter 2020


May our risen Jesus fill you with joy and hope in this time of solitude

 NOTE: Due to the Coronavirus, the Australian government has asked all places of worship to close as of midday 23 March. Until further notice, there will be NO Masses in our Church, either Sundays or weekdays.


The Relics of St. Therese of Lisieux and her parents Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin

Australian Pilgrimage February - May 2020

Therese 37    Louis and Zelie    

The Relics of Sts. Therese, Louis and Zelie were in our Monastery Church 12th and 13th February. In spite of the rain, a gift from heaven, a constant stream of people came to spend time in prayer and private veneration, and also to take part in our Liturgies and special times of reflection. Our Carmelite Father Paul Maunder shared the fruits of his 50 years of study and pondering on the lives of these very approachable Saints.

arrival                     arrival 2                   Relics Louis Zelie                                       community               

 The church was closed to the public at night, so the community was able to spend time alone with our three Saints.

   departure                            departure 2

         Carmel College                              Students from nearby Carmel College who carried the Relics of Louis and Zelie out of the Church

                                                                 Message from Catholic Mission

Our community had the wonderful privilege of hosting the pilgrimage of the relics of St Therese of Lisiuex and her parents, Sts Louis and Zelie.  Following this special encounter, Catholic Mission would like to reach out and hear from you about your experience during the pilgrimage of the saintly family.  We encourage you to share about your experience and contact David McGovern, Director of Catholic Mission for the Archdiocese of Brisbane on 0431 481 731 or via email:  DMcGovern@catholicmission.org.au.  God bless and thank you in anticipation.


Sr Ariel in Habit 
Our postulant Ariel received the Carmelite Habit on 2 February and the Religious name:
Sister Ariel Maria Christina of Divine Providence