During the month of November, when Catholics pray for their deceased relatives and friends, a traditional Catholic activity that you might like to consider adding to your schedule is a visit to a cemetery.  At this time of the year, when we are thinking about those who have gone before us, it is good to recall that our beloved dead are in the care of the Good Shepherd. During these visits, the following prayer might be used as we pray for our loved ones.

“Lord Jesus, lovingly welcome into Your presence my deceased family, relatives and friends who have completed their journey on this earth and have gone to their rest in the hope of rejoicing with you forever in heaven.  Source of all life and love, in Your infinite mercy, look favourably upon their goodness and forgive any sins they may have committed, so they may enjoy for all eternity the great rewards You have promised to those who believe in You. Amen.”


Join the WYD pilgrims for a night of feasting and experiencing the highlights of their pilgrimage to Lisbon, Europe and Holy Lands. We are excited to see you all there! For catering purposes please RSVP by Friday 27 October to

“With Lamps Ablaze: Apostolic Priorities for the Archdiocese of Brisbane from 2023”

The Seven Apostolic Priorities for the Archdiocese of Brisbane have been laid out in a new document “With Lamps Ablaze: Apostolic Priorities for the Archdiocese of Brisbane from 2023” published by Archbishop Mark.
The complete document can be found at  ➡️

An extract from the Letter of Archbishop Mark regarding restoring the Sunday obligation.

“When the COVID pandemic struck, I joined other bishops in deciding for a dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Now that the pandemic seems to be receding” (to keep dispensation active doesn’t make any sense). 

“Therefore, in the Archdiocese of Brisbane from Pentecost Sunday of this year (28 May), the pandemic dispensation will be withdrawn, and the Sunday obligation will be restored, so that all of us, responding to the Risen Lord’s call, may say with one heart and voice, “This is the day which the Lord has made: let us rejoice and be glad” (Psalm 118:24).”


Dear Parishioners,

The ADF has changed banking details for those who have been direct depositing periodically:-

The New Bank Account details are:-

Darra Jindalee Catholic Church
BSB: 064 786
ACCOUNT: 100000351

We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.