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Diocese of Broken Bay e-Bulletin
Issue 25  |  19 June 2015
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His Holiness Pope Francis has challenged 'every person living on this planet' to enter into a new dialogue toward building a better future in his encyclical letter Laudato Si' - 'Praise be to you', released last night in Rome.

In dialogue with all people about our common home, the encyclical challenges us to ask 'how anyone can claim to be building a better future without thinking of the environmental crisis and the sufferings of the excluded' (13).

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The Diocese of Broken Bay World Youth Day Team will be hosting three Information Sessions next week for all potential pilgrims, their family and friends. Come along and discover everything you need to know about World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow, Poland.

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As part of the Diocesan Family Evangelisation Forum in March this year, Dr Aoife McGrath, adjunct professor in Pastoral Theology at the Pontifical University, Maynooth Ireland presented a session on the ‘Art of Accompaniment’ Walking with Families and Young People on their Faith Journey.

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Bishop Peter Comensoli celebrated Mass with the community at St Anthony in the Fields, Terrey Hills, which is part of Frenchs Forest Parish last Sunday 14 June, 2015.

Bishop Peter was there to help celebrate the Feast Day of St Anthony, as well as commission a group of young adults who have committed to makng the journey to World Youth Day next year in Krakow, Poland. Bishop Peter is hoping 500 people will join him on pilgrimage to Poland in July 2016.

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Pentecost Sunday is the third most important event in the Liturgical calendar, considered to be the Birthday of the Catholic Church, and to celebrate this, as well as the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians, Gosford Parish held its inaugural Pentecost Sunday Eucharistic Procession on Sunday 24 May..

Most Gosford parishioners are quite understated in their faith and there wasn’t an expectation of a big turnout as a public display of one’s faith is not something many would typically say they were eager to do.

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