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"Be strong and courageous...for...your Lord will be with you wherever you go." (Joshua 1:9)
Thursday 27 May 2021
Issue 14
Week 6, Term 2

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

INAUGURAL GIVING DAY - BUILDING STUDENTS' FUTURES

We are excited to announce that we will be holding the College's inaugural Giving Day on Thursday 10 June, the day before the Feast of the Sacred Heart. The aim is to raise money for our new Technologies Building which is due for completion in November this year.

Please join us for our 24 HOURS ONLY Giving Day. For ONE DAY ONLY all donations will be DOUBLED by generous matching donors. This means that on this day, your donation will make a greater impact.

How it works:

On the day we will be asking our community (students, staff, parents, Alumni, suppliers, neighbours and anyone involved with Sacred Heart College) to donate online.

To mark the day, students will be able to wear their House Shirt on our Giving Day. Rather than bringing in a gold coin donation, we encourage parents to donate online. Students will be able to accessorise with their favourite team’s colours. Accessories can include ribbons, socks, scarves, beanies and guernseys, however students are asked to bring these to school and put them on when they arrive.

In addition, when you go online to donate there is an option to attribute your donation to a House team. The House that raises the most money on the day wins a Krispy Kreme donut for each student in their House.

The new Technologies Centre will:
  • Provide students with a competitive advantage in their learning.
  • Enable group work where students learn from and support each other.
  • Facilitate intentional learning where students become advocates of their own education.
  • Equip our students with in-demand skills to make them competitive in the global workplace.
  • Help increase retention of students completing studies in a STEM field. 
An upgraded Technologies Centre is so important to the school because: 
  • It will benefit current and future students.
  • Our Engineering students excel in state and national competitions – especially RoboCup. We were National Champions and invited to the COVID cancelled Worlds in Maze Rescue in 2019, the last time the competition was held.
  • Approximately 35% of our students take a non ATAR pathway. A significant proportion of these students are pursuing trades.
  • The Federal Government is promoting the trades by offering incentives to employers to hire apprentices.
  • The Australian Curriculum now includes Digital Technologies. This new building will provide a dedicated and purpose built home for this new subject area.
  • Engineering and Design provide students with the opportunity to undertake extended design processes. This allows students to consistently practise and develop the skills that employers demand, such as: critical thinking, divergent and convergent thinking, analysis, creativity, interpersonal communication, teamwork and adaptability.
  • The technical skills we hope to develop in our students are both contemporary and forward thinking as well as meeting current industry standards. Students will be well prepared for further education, the workplace or, as many millennials are choosing, for self-employment in the new and emerging technical, online, social and digital industries. 
  • We were named an Innovative School by The Educator magazine in 2019. 
We hope that our community can help us to create an innovative and state-of-the-art working environment for our students. Thank you most sincerely in anticipation of your support.

CARITAS

Dr Chris Cotter, Director of Religious Education at Catholic Education WA, attended our mid-term Whole School Assembly last week. He received the College’s generous donation to Caritas on behalf of Rev. Paul Reid, Diocesan Director of Caritas Australia.

Dr Cotter mentioned the importance the school has made over many years to the lives of others from our annual donations. He was also impressed with the calibre of students at Sacred Heart College. He spoke to me at the 200th Anniversary Mass of Catholic Education in Australia on Monday, a few days after the Assembly. He told me how much he enjoyed the ritual of the event, the engagement of the students and the generosity of our families.

In a week that the staff are focusing on gratitude leading up to our Health and Wellbeing afternoon on Friday, I was reminded how very fortunate we are to have young men and women and families who are always very generous in their donations and time in serving others and making a difference in the lives of the marginalised. Sacred Heart’s commitment to social justice has become a beacon in our community.

DRIFTING OR DETERMINED

As our senior students approach their major mid-year exams in a few short days, I encourage them to think about how committed they are to their studies and to being the best they can be.

There is a difference between being just interested in a life goal and being fully committed. Often, we have goals we are interested in and will happily do what is convenient if it points us in the general direction of our aim. But if we are only interested, rather than committed to our life goals, we will often falter when the going gets tough. We believe our own excuses about why we can’t put ourselves through the necessary pain to win some gain. We create a new reality to excuse ourselves from fully committing to the prize.

Good enough is not good enough if it can be better. As all our parents would have taught us, if you are going to do a job, do it right. A job isn’t worth doing unless it is done well. No one every caught the perfect wave by floating around out the back. You have to line up the wave and paddle hard.

No one can creep up on success. We can’t tiptoe towards our dreams. The hungry lion must eventually charge down the gazelle. 

Mr Peter Bothe
Principal

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday 31 June:
• Year 11 and 12 Exams
• NAS

Tuesday 1 June:
• NAS

Wednesday 2 June:
• NAS
Thursday 3 June:
• MABO Day

Friday 4 June:
• Inclusive Sports Carnival (MMC)
SEE THE FULL COLLEGE CALENDAR
TERM 2 MASS ROSTER

FROM THE DEAN OF CAMPUS MINISTRY

NATIONAL SORRY DAY - WEDNESDAY 26 MAY

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Mr Chris Kan
Dean of Campus Ministry

FROM THE DEPUTY PRINCIPAL - CURRICULUM

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PARENTS OF ALL STUDENTS

JUMP TO PARENTS OF YEARS 8, 9 AND 10 STUDENTS

PUPIL FREE DAY TOMORROW
A reminder that Friday 28 May (Term 2, Week 6) is a Pupil Free Day to allow for the Years 8, 9 and 10 Parent/Teacher/Student Interviews and staff Professional Development. No formal classes will operate for any years groups on this day.

PARENTS OF YEARS 8, 9 AND 10 STUDENTS

JUMP TO PARENTS OF YEARS 11 AND 12 STUDENTS
FINAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARENT/TEACHER/STUDENT INTERVIEWS
Interviews will be conducted remotely via Teams today between 4.00pm and 7.30pm and face-to-face in the Koort Centre tomorrow from 10.00am - 12.30pm. The instructions for accessing Teams interviews is available HERE

Important: 
  • If you do not intend to use your child's device and you have also accidentally deleted the email invitations to the interviews, please contact Mr Michael Chiera immediately by emailing him (mchiera@sacredheart.wa.edu.au)
  • A reminder that all interviews on Friday 28 May will be conducted face-to-face in the Koort Centre between 10.00am and 12.30pm. Parking will be available on the Oval. 
  • If you have any queries about your PTO appointments, including cancellations, please email Mrs Angela Ngaata (angaata@sacredheart.wa.edu.au)
 

PARENTS OF YEARS 11 AND 12 STUDENTS

JUMP TO PARENTS OF YEAR 12 STUDENTS
YEARS 11 AND 12 EXAMINATIONS
Years 11 and 12 Examinations commence on Monday 31 May and conclude on Monday 14 June. Examination timetables have been published to students via Teams and can be found below:

PARENTS OF YEAR 12 STUDENTS

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WITHDRAWING FROM COURSES
Any Year 12 student who is thinking about withdrawing from a course is requested to speak with me as soon as possible.  
 
Year 12 students can withdraw from:
  • ATAR courses with practical examination components up until Thursday 22 July 
  • General, Foundation and Preliminary courses up until Monday 9 August 
  • ATAR courses which do not have practical examination components up until Monday 9 August 

Mr Lucio Cicchini
Deputy Principal - Curriculum

FROM THE DEPUTY PRINCIPAL - TEACHING & LEARNING

LEARNING ABOUT LEARNING
LEARNING STRATEGY #5: DUAL CODING

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Dual coding is about doubling up - deepening learning and aiding memory by studying the same information in two formats - visual and verbal. This could be creating infographics, concept maps with images and words, timelines, diagrams or any type of graphic organiser.

Some examples of dual coding in action might be a Year 10 student remembering the plot sequence of Shakespeare's Macbeth or a Year 12 History student's deepening understanding of the complexity of Nazi Germany. 
Here’s what The Learning Scientists tell us:

"When you are looking over your class materials, find visuals that go along with the information and compare the visuals directly to the words. Ask yourself, how are the words describing what is in the visuals? How do the visuals represent what is described in the text? 
 
Now, look at only the visuals and explain what they mean in your own words. Then, take the words from your class materials and draw your own visuals to go along with them! 
 
Certain types of visuals work very well with certain types of materials. For example, a timeline may work well for remembering history, and a diagram may work very well with biology; but get creative while drawing the visuals. You do not need to reproduce the exact visuals you see in your class materials. Just make sure the visual depicts what you are seeing in words from your class materials.

After you have compared visuals and words describing the idea you are trying to learn, it’s time to start retrieving the information on your own. Work your way up to the point where you can put away your class materials and both write out the ideas in words and draw pictures, diagrams, or other graphics to go along with them."

And to finish, here’s the infographic (an excellent example of dual coding by the way) …
Mrs Susan Carrick
Deputy Principal - Teaching & Learning

FROM THE ASSISTANT DEPUTY PRINCIPALS

STUDENT HEALTH AND WELLBEING: VAPING

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We recently had Paul Dillon from Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA) present to the students on the dangers of vaping. Vaping is the inhaling of vapours created by electronic cigarettes or other similar devices.

This can be a dangerous practice and we would encourage you to be vigilant in ensuring your child does not come into contact with any of these devices.

For more information, please look through the following websites.
Years 7-12 Assistant Deputy Principals

FROM THE UNIFORM SHOP

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TRADING HOURS

Parents are welcome to visit the Uniform Shop by appointment only due to COVID-19 restrictions. Unaccompanied students are not required to make an appointment. To make an appointment, please call 9246 8229 or email uniformshop@sacredheart.wa.edu.au
  • Monday: 12pm - 4pm
  • Wednesday: 8am - 5pm

RETURNS POLICY

A receipt is required for all returns, refunds and exchanges. Items MUST be in original sale condition (in bag with tags attached). Returns, refunds and exchanges are accepted for a period of 30 days from the date of sale. There is strictly no exchange on bathers, hats and athletics shorts.

GIRLS WHITE SHIRTS AND SKIRTS

Unfortunately there has been a delay in the delivery of these items. We apologise for the delay but it is out of our control. Parents awaiting orders for these items will be contacted as soon as they arrive.

Mrs Meg Moreton
Uniform Shop Manager

SPIRITUAL PILLAR NEWS

YOUNG VINNIES RUAH HOUSE VISIT

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Last Thursday, eight students in Years 10-12 visited Ruah Women’s Shelter in Perth to make afternoon tea and play with the children.

Due to domestic violence, these women have left their homes with nothing and Ruah House provides safety for them and their children, providing basic living needs and clothes, meals and schooling for the children. 

Everyone had so much fun making bracelets and playing games. We cooked pancakes and topped them with jam and cream which was enjoyed by all.

It was such a rewarding experience and the children were all so energetic and full of joy. We also donated clothes, long life food, quilts and nappies.

If you are wondering how you can help, Ruah House is looking for donations of coffee, tea, long life milk, tea towels, jam, Vegemite, peanut butter and Milo. These items can be handed in to Mrs Hywood in the Highgate Centre and they will be greatly appreciated. 

We would also love to see more students, particularly those in Years 7 and 8, coming along to our Young Vinnies meetings at lunchtimes on Monday.
 
Zac Berichon
Social Justice Captain

SHARING THE LOVE

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This week, students in Years 7, 8 and 9 completed the formal part of their Christian Service. Students have been engaged in being stewards of creation by collecting cans and donating the proceeds to the Kimberley Mission. They have also helped those in the community who are less fortunate by donating items to the Highgate Centre which will go to needy families and Catholic organisations, such as The Shopfront, who help thousands of people every day. Thank you to everyone who has made this world a better place by serving others in various ways.
 
I would also like to thank the wider Sacred Heart community for sewing and donating doonas. Some of these have been given to women’s shelters and also to an Ethiopian family who has just arrived in Australia. As you can see from the above photo, the efforts of people in our Sacred Heart village touch the hearts of many. Thanks again.
 
Ms Susan Rodriguez
Christian Service Coordinator

GRACE CAFÉ DROP-IN CENTRE FOR THE HOMELESS AND DISADVANTAGED IN JOONDALUP

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Pictured: Tom McLean (Joondalup Councillor), Fr Gift Makwasha (Parish Priest - Grace Anglican Church), Captain Simon Walker (Joondalup Street Chaplain), Rossana Hywood, Archbishop Kay Kenworthy (Anglican Church), Bishop Don Sproxton and Hon. Albert Jacob (Mayor of Joondalup)
 
Since the start of February 2021, Grace Café, a drop-in centre for the homeless run by St Vincent De Paul Conferences and Grace Anglican Church in the City of Joondalup, now opens on Mondays as well as Fridays with at least six volunteers each day. This has led to an ecumenical approach with support from volunteers and resources from both the Catholic and Anglican communities.

On Friday 21 May, Bishop Don Sproxton, Archbishop Kay Goldsworthy and Hon. Albert Jacob, Mayor of Joondalup, along with the regular visitors, attended a special function celebrating 1,000 meals served to those “doing it tough” in the Joondalup area.

I am so enthused to see Catholics and Anglicans, together with representatives from several other Christian denominations, all working together with a common goal - to love our neighbours as ourselves.

I believe this incentive is a shining example of different faiths working together and putting their faith into action by providing help for the homeless and disadvantaged in the Joondalup area.

If anyone would like to volunteer, perhaps once a month on a Monday or Friday for a few hours, you can contact either:
  • For Fridays: Peter Ryan, Whitfords St Vincent de Paul Conference - 0491 048 207 
  • For Mondays: Rossana Hywood, Sacred Heart College - 9246 8279

Mrs Rossana Hywood
Administrative Assistant - Social Justice

ACADEMIC PILLAR NEWS

YEAR 10s WIN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING CHALLENGE

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Last Friday, the Year 10 Engineering classes pitted their problem-solving skills against eight other schools at the Science and Engineering Challenge. 

The Challenge is an outreach program for Year 10 students aimed at changing their perceptions of Science and Engineering and inspiring them to study Maths, Physics and Chemistry in Years 11 and 12. Students are involved in an exhilarating day competing against other schools in fun and engaging hands-on activities using principles of Science, Engineering and Technology. By participating, they see that science and engineering involves creativity, innovation, problem solving and team work.

The students worked in groups to make hovercrafts, build bridges, design water turbines, crack codes and many other technology challenges.

Our team performed consistently throughout the day in every challenge and scored valuable points to contribute to a close, come from behind win after being 5th at half time.

All students made valuable contributions to the totals and exhibited outstanding teamwork and innovative thinking.

The win is a first for the College and we now wait to find out the outcome of the Bunbury and Geraldton rounds to see if we qualify to represent WA at the Australian Finals.

Mr Neil Gray
Engineering Teacher

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ETHICS OLYMPIAD

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On Monday, Ella West (Year 11 Trinity), Alexandra Mennie (Year 11 Normandy), Ryan Bunschoten (Year 12 O'Reilly), Kai Schlegl (Year 12 O'Reilly) and Tyler Williams (Year 12 Carden) placed 4th and were one of the few teams to receive an Honourable Mention from the judges in the Senior High School Ethics Olympiad. This was our first attempt at this competition which has been running for eight years. 

Our team competed against 27 other teams from the Independent/Catholic School sectors, most of whom run Philosophy ATAR classes. Our preparation for this competition was limited to one training day on Zoom to learn how it worked and some lunchtime meetings. Despite all of these challenges, our students took on the challenge with enthusiasm.

The cases were:
  • Case 1 - The Korean Pop Industrial Complex 
  • Case 2 - The Tiger King 
  • Case 3 - The Ethics of Truth and Public Safety during the COVID-19 Pandemic 
  • Case 4 - Dating After Prison 
  • Case 5 - Who Gets to Be Fashionable? 
  • Case 6 – Gaming platforms and shocking speech 
  • Case 7 - (De)funding the Police 
  • Case 8 - Is Elite a Case of Creative Freedom or Muslim Stereotyping? 
Thanks to Ms Halina Alter for coming to our lunchtime meetings and sharing her expertise.

Mrs Tanya Atherton
Head of Gifted and Talented

FINAL CALL - ICAS COMPETITION REGISTRATIONS

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This year, Online ICAS Tests are once again being offered to all students in Years 7-11. The test dates and subjects available are:
  • Tuesday 10 August - Digital Technology (Years 7-10 only) - $15.35
  • Thursday 12 August - Writing - $19.30
  • Wednesday 18 August - English - $15.35
  • Wednesday 25 August - Science - $15.35
  • Thursday 2 September - Mathematics - $15.35
Payments can be made via the Online Store (HERE) until Sunday 30 May. No late entries will be accepted after this date.

Mrs Tanya Atherton
Head of Gifted and Talented

SPORT PILLAR NEWS

NAS FIXTURES AND RESULTS - WE ARE OVER HALFWAY THERE!

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Well done on another week of NAS. The results from this week can be found HERE.

We will be playing against Chisholm Catholic College next week. The fixtures are available HERE.

Remember that you can check your teams progress on the ACC website.


Miss Renee Tedesco
Head of Sport

SENIOR FOOTBALL TEAM GIVE IT THEIR ALL

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What an outstanding group of people it was that turned out to represent the College against Carine Senior High School on Wednesday. Down to 16 players, regular boundary umpire Tom Woods (Year 11 Carden) epitomised courage by abandoning his wrist guards and taking up a position on the field, fearlessly attacking the ball. 

Our first half effort against the breeze was superb. Will Hunter (Year 12 Carden) led us in the ruck and was taking marks all around the ground. Ethan Barbieri (Year 11 Carden) and Lachie Macrae (Year 11 Trinity) were the driving force through the middle and set up numerous chances. Up forward, stand in captain Nick Sterpone (Year 12 Normandy) was a target and we had great service from the Saunders, with Dom and Tait (Year 11 Hannan) being excellent marking options. Jack Barrett (Year 11 Barlow) brought up our first goal with a well crumbed snap. After Dom Saunders and Will Hunter both scored we had hit the front. Nick Emes (Year 12 Thu Duc) with some silky skills and Bailey Millar (Year 12 Thu Duc) with two 50 metre bombs joined in the attack that saw us one goal down at the break. Our defence had been sensational under constant attack from Carine, with Aidan Nguyen (Year 12 O'Reilly) providing pressure and drive from the last line. Travis Ranson (Year 11 Carden) played his best game of the season and his spoiling and ground play were amazing. Curtis Weeding (Year 11 Hannan) was in his usual reliable form and joined Romeo Maxwell (Year 12 Trinity) and Patrick McQuillen (Year 11 Hannan) in showing the type of desperation needed in the face of adversity. Oscar Trewhella (Year 11 Kimberley) and Max Wood (Year 11 Carden) really opened up the spaces for us and worked tirelessly in the thick of the action.

Being short of players, and thus rotations, it was harder going in the second half. We had players running on a couple of cylinders, but not one of them shirked the issue and everyone gave it all they had until the final whistle. Will Hunter made it to every ruck contest and registered both our scores in the second half. Lachie Macrae was everywhere, Aidan Nguyen took mark of the year and the Saunders were still in the picture.

While the score got away from us a bit in the end, every one of this team can take great pride in turning up and giving it their all.
 
Carine Senior High School 8.7 (55) def. SHC 3.6 (24)

Goals
Jack Barrett - 1
Dom Saunders - 1
Will Hunter - 1
 
Best Players
Will Hunter, Lachie Macrae, Aidan Nguyen, Dom Saunders, Ethan Barbieri, Tait Saunders
 
Mr Trevor Lynch
Manager

STATE REPRESENTATIVE NEWS

JAEDEN CARLYON (YEAR 10 THU DUC) READY TO REPRESENT WA AT NATIONAL YOUTH WEIGHTLIFTING COMPETITION

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Jaeden Carlyon (Year 10 Thu Duc) will be representing WA in Tasmania in July at the National Youth Weightlifting Competition. Jaeden was selected following a very impressive performance at the WA Youth Weightlifting Competition, where he completed five out of six lifts successfully and did a snatch weight of 73kg and clean and jerk lift of 85kg. He is also on track to becoming a member of the National Youth Weightlifting Squad and will be training at the National Institute of Sport in Canberra. Well done Jaeden!

ELLA COOPERWHITE (YEAR 8 KIMBERLEY) SELECTED TO REPRESENT WA IN KARATE

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Congratulations to Ella Cooperwhite (Year 8 Kimberley), who has been selected to represent WA at the Australian Karate Federation National Championships. Ella was selected following a great performance at the State Championships last weekend, where she won a Gold medal for her Team Kata and a Silver medal for her Individual Kata. Ella will be travelling to Melbourne in September to compete. Well done Ella!

BRAYDIN HORSLEY (YEAR 11 KIMBERLEY) PREPARES TO HIT HOME RUNS FOR WA

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Congratulations to Braydin Horsley (Year 11 Kimberley) who has been selected as part of the School Sport WA (SSWA) 18 Years and Under Baseball Team. The SSWA Interstate Baseball team was due to play in Lismore, NSW, later this year which has since been cancelled due to COVID. The squad will now travel regionally to play exhibition games in Port Hedland in August.

Braydin has also been selected as part of Perth Heat's Baseball High Performance Heat Futures Program and is attending intensive training for three nights per week - all while staying on top of his Year 11 studies!

Good luck Braydin!

COMMUNITY NOTICES

CYCLING WITHOUT AGE CONTAINERS FOR CHANGE FUNDRAISER

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Cycling Without Age is a free trishaw service for seniors or people with disability and has been set up in Sorrento by parent and past student Alanagh Godderidge. Volunteers take passengers for rides along West Coast Drive in a bid to promote inclusivity and reduce social isolation.

The initiative has rapidly grown since its inception and Cycling Without Age has purchased another trishaw. To assist in funding this new trishaw, suitable aluminium cans, juice boxes and plastic bottles will be donated to the cause via the Containers for Change program. Lions Club of Duncraig are kindly matching dollar for dollar with the Australian Lions Foundation. 

If you wish to assist with the fundraising, there will be a cage situated on a front lawn on High Street, Sorrento, near West Coast Drive for the next few weeks. Alternatively, you can donate directly to a refund point using the scheme ID C10307089.

LOCAL MASS TIMES

Sacred Heart Chapel, Sorrento:
Fr Cyprian M Shikoti and Fr Hyginus Ebede
• Tuesday: 8.10am
• Wednesday: 8.10am
• Friday: 8.10am

Our Lady of the Mission, Craigie:
Fr Cyprian M Shikokoti and Fr Francis Quoc Tran
• Saturday: 8.30am and 6.30pm
• Sunday: 8am, 9.30am, 11am and 5.45pm
• Reconciliation (Saturday): 12pm - 1pm and 5.30pm - 6pm

All Saints, Greenwood:
Fr Elver Delicano
• Saturday: 9am and 6pm
• Sunday: 7.30am, 9am and 5.30pm
• Reconciliation (Saturday): 9.30am
Our Lady of Grace, North Beach:
Fr Hyginus Ebede
• Saturday: 6pm
• Sunday: 7.30am, 9.30am and 5.30pm
• Reconciliation (Saturday): 5pm - 5.45pm

St Simon Peter, Ocean Reef:
Fr Francis Kot and Fr Mariusz Adamczyk
• Saturday: 8.30am and 6pm
• Sunday: 8am, 10am and 5pm

Our Lady of Good Counsel, Karrinyup:
Fr Bernard Lanarolle
• Saturday (2nd and 3rd week): 9am
• Sunday: 8am

St Luke's, Woodvale:
Fr Stephen Jean Paul Victor
• Saturday: 6pm 
• Sunday: 8am, 9.30am and 6pm
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