St. Mary's Catholic Church, Coomera

Location : 185 Billinghurst Crescent, Upper Coomera, QLD, 4209
Mailing Address: PO Box 219 Upper Coomera QLD 4209
Office Hours: Tues, Wed, Thur & Fri : 9am – 1pm;
Telephone: (07) 5558 0110

Parish Priest: Father Mauro Conte


Administrative Assistants: Kim Manouk


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    Weekly Readings


    Weekly Reflection

    Doa Bunda Maria Indonesia
    This week we celebrate Mary as Our Lady of Indonesia. Enclosed is a prayer to
    Our Lady of Indonesia. Faith come to Indonesia through the early Portuguese
    Christians and their deep celebration of their faith.
    The Portuguese very early established churches in Malacca and the
    “Spice Islands” – the Moluccas. Perhaps the most famous missionary
    was not Portuguese, but Basque – St Francis Xavier.
    With these first Christians came a deep devotion to Our Lady. But not long
    after Xavier, the Dutch defeated the Portuguese and took their
    territories in what is now Indonesia. They expelled the Catholic
    missionaries and replaced them with Calvinists. Catholics struggles
    under the Dutch and then the Muslim governments. Today there are over
    eight million Catholics in Indonesia which makes it the second
    largest Catholic community in East Asia and larger than Australia.
    Faith in Indonesia has a particular flavour and expresses local culture. The
    wonderful communities in Flores and the Moluccas have a different flavour
    than Javanese Catholicism. Each is deeply faithful and expresses faith through

    Prayer to Our Lady of Indonesia
    Our Lady of Indonesia, God’s plan, and that of your Son Jesus Christ, have been
    lovingly realised in and through you. Pray for us, the people
    of Indonesia so that we may become good citizens of this land. Assist us in
    reaching our life’s goals for a better future for our families.
    Strengthen our faith, hope and love, so that we do not get carried away by the
    lures of this world but stand firm in the teachings of your
    Son Jesus. Transform us into witnesses for peace and justice, so that we may
    attain the success and happiness promised by your son to those who believe in
    Teach us to let go of all bitterness and divisions among us, so that
    whoever joins our families and communities will experience the loving guidance
    of the Holy Spirit. At the end of our lives bring us together again with you, in
    communion with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

    God Bless you all

    Parish Priest
    Bryan J Pipins

    New Year 2024

    31st December, New Year Eve Mass at 11pm followed by coffee,  tea and nibbles to welcome 2024. All are welcome.

    1st January, Solemnity of the Mother of God, Mass at 7am.

    Starting 1st January 2024 all daily masses will begin at 7am

    Tuesday and Thursday:
        – 7 am: Mass
        – 7.30am to 8am : Silent Adoration

    Wednesday and Friday:
        –  7am : Mass
         – 7.30am to 8am: Rosary.

    Lenten Progam





    Ash Wednesday – Mass at 7pm

    Stations of the Cross – Every Friday at 7pm

    Mass Times :

                    (NO 5 PM EVENING MASS ON EASTER SUDAY)

    Christmas Message from Archbishop Mark Coleridge