The area in which St Flannan's Parish is situated was once beautiful rainforest country and home to the Turrbul (stone) tribe of this region. We recognise their long history and the care they gave to this land for thousands of years.
The first sacrament where we become united with Christ and the Church – no other sacrament can be received without it. A priest performs this rite by pouring water over the baptismal candidate, therefore cleansing their original sin through water and the word.
Children's Sacramental Preparation
St Flannan's Catholic Parish offers parish-based, family-centred sacramental preparation for children.
A church is the appropriate venue for the wedding of those who believe in Christ and who which to celebrate publicly God's blessing of their union with the Sacrament of Marriage.
Anointing of the Sick
This sacrament provides a special grace from God. Enabling the sick or aged person to experience the healing and strength of Jesus Christ.
Pastoral Care of the Dying
The last rites of the Catholic Church do not usually include the sacrament of anointing.
When a Christian dies, the community gathers for a funeral.
Third Sunday of Lent - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Frank Jones
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