Please see our latest Ezechiel House Newsletter, which is our special 2018 fundraising edition.


For the past ten years, we have organised biennial fundraising dinners, in order to raise awareness of the financial burden involved in forming future priests. This year it will not be possible for us to hold another dinner, so the newsletter itself must serve as our 2018 fundraising appeal.

In particular, we are asking you to commit to becoming a monthly donor. Giving small monthly automatic donations is generally more convenient for our benefactors and will also assure us of long-term stability in being able to cover our regular formation expenses.

All of our benefactors, living and decease, are prayed for daily, and Mass is offered for their needs and intentions every First Friday.

We welcome Fr Richard Wallace from Phoenix, Arizona, who will be replacing Fr Klein in Parramatta (recently returned to Germany). We thank Fr Klein for his five years of service to the faithful in western Sydney and pray for God's blessing in his new assignment back home. Fr Wallace is recently ordained and is very happy to offer his First Blessing upon request.

We congratulate Fr Daniel Mould (NZ), who was ordained to the sacred priesthood with nine other confreres in Omaha, Nebraska, on Pentecost Saturday, 26 May. Fr Mould will be stationed in Indiana for his first priestly assignment.

In the second week of July, our seminarians ran a very successful "philosophy camp" for 65 high-school students at Maternal Heart of Mary Parish, Lewisham. We thank them for the large amount of work put into this camp both before and after, and we hope to run the camp again in the future.

For other news and annoucements, please refer to the websites of our various apostolates in the region: Houses and Mass Times.





 



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Fraternity priests offer the traditional Latin Mass daily (Roman Missal of 1962), and provide wide-ranging pastoral care for the faithful centred upon the traditional prayers and sacramental forms loved by Saints and so highly prized by the Church.

The Fraternity is a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical right, founded in 1988 with the approval of Pope Saint John Paul II. At present the Fraternity has two major seminaries, and our own Australian Ezechiel House Novitiate, housing more than 120 seminarians, with 200 priests working in a dozen countries.

The Fraternity came to Australia in March 2000 and has so far been invited by the bishops to work in their dioceses of: Sydney, Parramatta, Canberra and Adelaide.







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