St Anthony and St Luke's Catholic Parish

We serve the people of Alexandra Hills, Capalaba, Sheldon and Mt Cotton

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Homily and Newsletter, 1st August 2021

‘Christ, the Bread of Life’
This is the first of several Sunday Gospels where we contemplate Jesus’s teaching on the bread of life. It follows last week’s account of the feeding of the five thousand.

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A welcome from Father Emmanuel

Welcome to the website of St Anthony and St Luke’s Parish, which will guide you to us. The Parishioners of St Anthony and St Luke’s Alexandra Hills and Capalaba are a Catholic community whose faith in God is inspired by the love and example of Jesus Christ and his command to “love one another as I have loved you” (John 13:34). Our actions are guided and empowered by the Holy Spirit.

St Anthony and St Luke’s Catholic Parish acknowledges the Quandamooka people, the traditional owners who have walked upon and cared for this land for thousands of years. We acknowledge the continued, deep spiritual attachment and relationship of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to this country and commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of Reconciliation.

On our website you will find information about our parish, ministries and liturgies. We look forward to welcoming you personally when you come to worship with us. We hope to see you soon.

If you wish to get in touch with us, check the contact us page, which provides contact details and parish office opening hours.

God bless you.

Rev Fr Emmanuel Ayankudy
PARISH PRIEST

Homily and Newsletter, 1st August 2021

Homily and Newsletter, 1st August 2021

‘Christ, the Bread of Life’
This is the first of several Sunday Gospels where we contemplate Jesus’s teaching on the bread of life. It follows last week’s account of the feeding of the five thousand.

Homily and Newsletter, 18th July 2021

Homily and Newsletter, 18th July 2021

The readings this week offer a welcome invitation to spend more time with our loving Lord who is our shepherd, and in whom we find nourishment, shelter, and peace for our minds and bodies.