More than 180 married couples and families gathered at St Mary’s Cathedral on Saturday 10 August for the annual Marriage Day Mass. The Mass reinforces that marriage is a journey worth celebrating and a commitment worth preserving.
A national online conference will promote understanding and explore practices of evangelisation in Australia through encounters with Christ, formation in discipleship and mission in the world. The conference will be hosted in different locations around Australia, opening on the evening of October 20.
“One part of my ministry that I have enjoyed so much, has been the preparation of couples for marriage,” said Perth Auxiliary Bishop Sproxton, during last weekend’s Annual Marriage Day Mass.
Speaking ahead of the upcoming annual Marriage Day Mass on Saturday 20 August, Perth Auxiliary Bishop Sproxton said that when a young couple plans for the Sacrament of Marriage, their hopes are that the love they have come to know in themselves and from their partner, will flourish and grow to greater heights and depths.
The Archdiocesan Centre for Life, Marriage and Family (CLMF) has made their newly launched 2021 Lenten Journal available for purchase online this week. The Centre aims to provide support for Perth Catholics across the Archdiocese as Lent season approaches.