The Parish have invited Father Vincent Glynn to speak to the community on Tuesday, October 24 at 7.00pm.
All interested families are very welcome to attend.
Fr Vincent will be sharing his considerable insights on harnessing the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and using our God-given gifts and talents for the good of all and as you will read in his biography , he has a wealth of experience to share.
The gift of the Holy Spirit, promised by Jesus to the apostles is described in the Scripture account of Pentecost. Today we share in this same gift of the Holy Spirit through and in our Baptism & Confirmation. Traditionally the Holy Spirit is expressed through the 7 gifts of the Spirit first received in the sacrament of Baptism and strengthened in the sacrament of Confirmation. The gift of the Holy Spirit is a gift given freely and is to be expressed in our everyday life. How do we express and use these gifts in our daily life?
If you have any further enquiries please direct them to Cheryl : email@example.com
Priest of the Archdiocese of Perth WA. His seminary training was completed at St Charles Seminary Guildford WA and St Francis Xavier Seminary Adelaide SA. He was ordained a priest in December 1982. After parish appointments to city and country parishes he was sent to Rome for further studies. In 1991 he completed a Licentiate in Sacramental Theology from the Pontificio Anteneo San Anselmo Rome. On his return from studies he lectured at St Charles Seminary and the Catholic Institute of WA and the University of Notre Dame Australia. Fr Vincent was the Director of the Maranatha Institute for Adult Faith Education from 1999-2005. Lecturer for Catholic Institute of WA from 2006-2009, lecturing at Edith Cowan and Curtin Universities. Presently senior lecturer in Sacramental Theology at Notre Dame. Fr Vincent completed and was awarded a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle in 2011. Member of the Professional Standards Resource Group for the Province of WA. Theological Advisor to the CEOWA for Religious Education materials.