We Too Might Have a New Life

Carmel Bulletin, 1 April 2018 Do you not know that all of us who have been baptised into Christ Jesus were baptised into his death? Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too … Continue reading We Too Might Have a New Life

Getting to Know our Renewed Church

Carmel Bulletin, 24 December 2017 Welcome to our first weekend of Masses since our new altar was dedicated and new parts of our church blessed for use.  To help you become familiar with our renewed church, please take note of the following: We bless ourselves with holy water as we enter the church to remind … Continue reading Getting to Know our Renewed Church

Church Renewal: The Shape of the Baptismal Font

Carmel Bulletin, 27 September 2015 Fr Paul is currently sharing with everyone the design concept for the renewal of our church.  One feature of this design is the provision of a new fixed, dignified space for the celebration of baptism. For if we have been united with [Christ Jesus] in a death like his, we … Continue reading Church Renewal: The Shape of the Baptismal Font

Church Renewal: The Baptismal Font and the Church Entrances

Carmel Bulletin, 20 September 2015 Fr Paul is currently sharing with everyone the design concept for the renewal of our church.  One feature of this design is the provision of a new fixed, dignified space for the celebration of baptism. Mother Church earnestly desires that all the faithful should be led to that full, conscious … Continue reading Church Renewal: The Baptismal Font and the Church Entrances

Church Renewal: The Placement of the Baptismal Font

Carmel Bulletin, 13 September 2015 Fr Paul is currently sharing with everyone the design concept for the renewal of our church.  One feature of this design is the provision of a new fixed, dignified space for the celebration of baptism. The font should be free-standing so that the family and ministers can gather around it.  It … Continue reading Church Renewal: The Placement of the Baptismal Font