St Joseph’s  


Catholic Primary School 

“Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”




Term 4 Week 10 13 December 2017

Dear Parents and Caregivers  

As this is the last newsletter for the year I would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone in our school community for their support this year. We have a wonderful community spirit here at St Joseph’s which is highly evident in your attendance at school events and presence on the playground. Our school continues to grow and we are looking forward to an exciting year in 2018.

Mary MacKillop St Mary of the Cross Australia’s first Saint Born on 15 January 1842 in Melbourne Died 8 August 1909 CANONISED 17th October 2010

Next year, due to increased enrolments, we have three grades moving to three streams; Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 4. To accommodate this growth there will be some movement of classrooms to ensure that the three stream grades are placed together. The single storey building which currently houses Year 3, Year 1 and Year 6 will be Year 4 and Year 1 for 2018. Kindergarten, Year 2 and Year 5 will remain in their current rooms. Year 3 will move into the current Year 4 classrooms. Year 6 will be in the demountable classrooms on the grass playground. The second demountable will arrive in the January school holidays. There will also be some some renovation works occurring during the holidays. As a result of a Revitalisation grant from Sydney Catholic Schools the Year 2 classrooms will be repainted, have new carpet laid and have new glass sliding doors installed between the classrooms to ‘open up’ the classrooms. The remainder of the grant will be spent on replacing the Smartboards for Kindergarten, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 with 75 inch Interactive television screens. Also during the holidays there will be a new (much needed) PA system installed and I would like to thank the P & F for their generous help in providing the funds for this. Lastly, the main corridor which runs past the Year 4 and 5 classrooms will be repainted and recarpeted during the holidays as well. STEM INQUIRY CENTRE In 2018 we have plans underway to use our Library space as a STEM (Science, Technology, Maths and Engineering) learning centre. Mrs Cripps and Mrs Meadley will be taking the Primary classes once a week for an hour for Terms 1 and 2 and the Infants classes in Terms 3 and 4.  

  Joseph’s Catholic Church Riverwood St Mass Times: Sat 9am & 6pm (Vigil), Sun 7.30am & 9.30am, Tues 7.30am, Wed 9.00am, Thurs 7.30am convent) Fri9.00am (except 1st Fri 12pm)   Confession: 5-5.45pm Saturdays

28-32 Thurlow Street Riverwood NSW 2210 Phone: 9533 3341 [email protected]


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” PRINCIPAL Cont’d STEM INQUIRY CENTRE Cont’d The P & F have kindly given us funds to purchase a 3D printer and the school will be purchasing more equipment for Robotics and coding. It certainly is going to be an exciting and creative experience. PLAY EQUIPMENT A big thank you to Club Rivers who have given us a grant of $30,000 to purchase and install play equipment on our grass playground. We are currently in the process of getting quotes for the equipment and we look forward to having the area ready for the students as soon as possible. Thank you to Mrs Cripps for your very convincing application for the grant. STAFFING 2018 We welcome the following teachers to our school for 2018: Chloe Aston, Emma Galloway, Katelyn Gorry, Brianna Polson, Kirsten Page and Veronica Aversa. Welcome also to Cathy Burke who will take up the position of Family Faith Educator at St Joseph’s. Please find attached a list of class teachers for 2018. At present we are in the process of interviewing for a Year 5 teacher for 2018.    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR   As you know, Mrs Robyn Green has accepted a promotion position as Assistant Principal at St Aiden’s Primary School at Maroubra Junction as of next year. Mr Ian Bennie, as notified to the school community yesterday afternoon, has been appointed as Religious Education Coordinator for St Joseph’s Riverwood. We warmly welcome Mr Bennie to our school community. FAREWELL TO STAFF   As happens in most organisations from time to time there is staff movement due to promotions, moving to a different part of Sydney and moving to a new setting for personal growth in your career.   This year we have a few staff who are moving on from St Joseph’s Riverwood. All staff who are leaving will be acknowledged and affirmed at a Liturgy at our Friday morning assembly tomorrow.  “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” PRINCIPAL Cont’d Mrs Robyn Green  Robyn Green has taught at Riverwood for the past 17 years and has been REC for the last 10 years. As part of her development and growth in leadership she has accepted a promotion position as an Assistant Principal. Robyn has been a valued member of staff and is highly regarded in our community as a woman of strong faith, gentleness and warmth. Whilst we will most definitely miss Robyn’s presence we wish her every success as she advances in her career path as Assistant Principal. Goodbye and good luck at your new school. They are very lucky to have you as part of the school community.  Mrs Michelle Fullerton  Michelle Fullerton has taught at Riverwood for the past 13 years and is a highly valued staff member. Michelle has taught a range of classes and for the last two years has been teaching Year 6 and was Coordinator 1 for Technology. Michelle has also been instrumental in developing the school choir with Mrs Leigh Eaton into the amazing group of singers we now have. To further broaden her experience Michelle will be moving to another school setting in 2018. We wish Michelle every success in her new endeavours and we will miss her smile and the energy she brings to all she does.    Mrs Zina Tuffy  Zina Tuffy has been the ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher at St Joseph’s for the past 12 years. Zina has worked collaboratively to implement the new EAL/D (English as an Additional Language or Dialect) syllabus and data base over the last four years. Zina has accepted a position at St Declan’s Penshurst where she will use her skills and knowledge to assist them with implementing the new EAL/D guidelines and processes. Zina has been a great support across all grades in her role and will be very much missed by the students and staff. We wish Zina well in her new role.    Miss Sarah Newman  Sarah has taught at Riverwood for the past 3 years as Kindergarten teacher. As of next year Sarah will be moving to the Hills District and the travel to and from there to Riverwood will be very difficult. Sarah has accepted a teaching position at the K - 12 Catholic Learning Community of St John XXIII Primary School and St Mark’s Catholic College at Stanhope Gardens. Thank you Sarah for the valuable contribution you have made to the students in their first year of learning and we wish you every success in the next chapter of your teaching career.  Miss Olivia Mir  Olivia has taught at Riverwood for the past two years on a temporary basis. We thank Olivia for the great work she has done with her students in Year 1 and Year 2 and wish her well in her future endeavours. 

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” PRINCIPAL Cont’d Mrs Melissa Lyons  Melissa has worked as Senior Administration Officer at Riverwood for the past ten years. Melissa has made the decision to step down from her role at St Joseph’s to pursue future endeavours. Melissa is a much loved member of our school community and is ‘the face’ of our school as Front Desk secretary. I would like to personally thank Melissa for the incredible work she has done in supporting me in regard to increasing enrolments here at St Joseph’s. Her warm and personable manner has gone a long way in reassuring prospective families that our school is a caring place and highly regarded in the community. We have shared much laughter and fun together in this busy office and I will most definitely miss her as will the rest of the community. Mrs Sue Hannigan  Sue has worked as Administration Officer Level 4 in our school office over the past four years. Sue has accepted a promotion position as Level 6 Senior Administration Officer at St Mary’s Star of the Sea Hurstville. I will very much miss Sue’s calm demeanour and her amazing organisational skills. Her work as the finance officer is a very demanding role and she has been a wonderful support to me in dealing with financial matters. I will miss the football banter about the Bulldogs and the mighty Sharkies! We wish you well for the future. Mrs Kerry Page  Kerry has worked as a Learning Support Officer at Riverwood for the past four years. Thank you for your dedication to our students and the wonderful assistance you have given to the teachers. We wish you well for the future.  Office Staff 2018  We warmly welcome our new office staff for 2018: Mrs Widy Yazbeck Level 4 Administration Officer. Mrs Yazbeck currently works in a large four stream school at Mt Pritchard and is very experienced in the Level 4 role. Mrs Angela Hooper has been appointed as Senior Administration Officer Level 6. Mrs Hooper currently works at Head Office at Leichhardt and brings a wealth of experience to our office team.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR YEAR 6 GRADUATES On Friday 8th December our Year 6 students had their Graduation Mass. Thank you to our families for celebrating with us.


“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” PRINCIPAL Cont’d CHRISTMAS CONCERT Our Christmas Concert was a huge success on Monday evening 11th December. Thank you to the teachers for organising such a wonderful event. The children had been practising their Christmas carols and their enthusiasm was evident to see. Thank you also to the many parents who joined us for this evening.  CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION - DAVID COLEMAN Today we hosted the presentation of awards to the finalists of the   Banks Christmas Card Competition. Congratulations to Marceline Oendy for becoming a finalist. STUDENT LEADERS 2018 At Tuesday morning's Assembly we announced our Captains and Vice Captains for 2018. Congratulations to: School Captains:

Patricia Papagianopoulos and James Keeling

Vice Captains:

Margaret Oszywa and Thomas Finn

Thank you to all Year 5 students for the mature and thoughtful way they engaged in the voting process and in the selection of our new student leaders.

_________________ We also send out best wishes and prayers to Mrs Lauren Koszek as she prepares to have a year’s leave from her teaching position. Lauren’s mum is battling stomach cancer and Lauren needs to take on the duties of caring for her parents in this difficult time. Lauren’s father -in-law has also been diagnosed with a serious heart condition very recently. We pray for the strength, courage and love you will give to your family in this difficult time.    Could you please keep Mrs Hayley Meadley in your prayers as she recovers from surgery last Tuesday. Mrs Meadley will be back on deck in the new year.    I wish everyone a very happy and holy Christmas and a restful and joyous New Year.   God Bless  Mrs Kim McCue “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” FROM THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL  

Week 10! Where did the year go? It has been an exciting year and I feel very blessed to be part of such a wonderful community. I hope that you are all able to take some time over the coming weeks to enjoy spending time with your family and hopefully some beautiful weather. Thank you for your continued support this year. Wishing you all a happy and holy Christmas.    S.T.E.M- Inquiring Minds    STEM education is the learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in an interdisciplinary or integrated approach. Students gain and apply knowledge, deepen their understanding and develop creative and critical thinking skills within an authentic context. It may include inquiry and project-based learning.  A vibrant capacity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is pivotal to increasing our nation’s productivity.  "Australia’s STEM teachers at all levels, from primary to tertiary, must be equipped to deliver course content with confidence and inspiration, and develop all students to their full potential. Curricula and assessment criteria should prioritise curiosity-driven and problem-based learning of STEM - STEM as it is practised - alongside the subject specific knowledge that STEM requires." 

Professor Ian Chubb, Chief Scientist  Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Australia’s Future 2014 

Next year all students across the school will have the opportunity to   participate in the S.T.E.M program. Mrs Nicole Cripps and myself will be running these lessons and our library will become our Inquiring Minds Centre and the place where our S.T.E.M lessons will take place. Mrs Cripps and I are very excited about S.T.E.M and we look forward to sharing with you all that is happening in our Inquiring Minds Centre next year. Watch this space! 

DATES FOR THE END OF THE YEAR Last day of Term 4 Friday 15 December (for students) SCHOOL START DATES FOR 2018 Tuesday 30th January Years 1-6 only Wednesday 31st January Kindergarten start  

Quote / thought for the Week: MERRY CHRISTMAS Have a wonderful holiday break Hayley Meadley “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR  

A very special prayer intention   

All our students are very important to us and while we celebrate their successes, most importantly we support them in their times of need. Our young student Andrew Rustom in 3 MacKillop is undergoing a serious and important surgery on Friday morning. We are asking everyone in the community to remember Andrew in their prayers for a successful outcome and speedy recovery. We will gather as a staff on Friday morning before school to pray a Novena Prayer for Andrew’s special intentions.    A Novena is a type of prayer that we pray, usually over nine days with great fervour and devotion, in time of great need, trusting in the mystery of God’s compassionate love and care. The Novena prayer, however, does not have to be prayed over nine consecutive days and of course can continue for longer than nine days. The essential element is the prayer. You can pray in your own words or use the following prayer:   

Ever generous God,  You inspired Saint Mary MacKillop  To live her life faithful to the Gospel of Jesus Christ  And constant in bringing hope and encouragement to those  Who were disheartened, lonely or needy.  With confidence in Your generous providence  And joining with Saint Mary MacKillop  We ask that You grant our request    For strength and healing of Andrew    We ask that our faith and hope  Be fired afresh by the Holy Spirit  So that we too, like Mary MacKillop,  May live with courage, trust and openness.  Ever generous God hear our prayer.  We ask this through Jesus Christ.  Amen.   

A wonderful example of social outreach    An important focus for us at St Joseph’s in 2017 has been social outreach to those in the wider community, less fortunate than ourselves. We have done this in many ways in our school community through Project Compassion, the Vinnies Winter and Christmas Appeals, the Charitable Works Fund and the Gethsemane Community. It is also wonderful to hear that some of our families have undertaken helping others in need through organisations that they are involved in themselves.       

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR CONT’D We would like to acknowledge the generous efforts of the Vasiliou family who made a significant contribution to a recent charity event known as ‘Our Big Kitchen’. Deanna, Liani and Victoria took part in the preparation and packaging of over 500 meals, which were delivered to Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church’s Community Kitchen in Newtown. This Community Kitchen is run by Father Nektarios Zorbalas, and helps to feed the poor and less fortunate within Newtown and the surrounding communities, irrespective of faith.  Rita Bratanis, President of the Thessaloniki & Environs Association wrote to the school to express their gratitude for the contribution of the girls in making their social outreach effort a big success. Our school community can be very proud of the girls.  VINNIES CHRISTMAS APPEAL Thank you to everyone who has donated to the Vinnies Christmas Appeal.   We have been able to fill many hampers with delicious food and some treats for Christmas. 



Our generous support of Vinnies is a very important part of St Joseph’s Outreach Program and assists us to fulfil the Archbishop’s Charter for Catholic Schools, in particular Principle 5: Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney are called to “teach students to know, understand and act on Catholic social teaching, in particular the preferential option for the poor’ ….”  SCAPULAR INVESTITURE   Congratulations to the following children who received the Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on Wednesday evening 29th November at our special Thanksgiving Mass for our Parish Catechists.    Rachel Alexander, Juliet Apostolou, Nathan Azzi, Isabelle Clancy, Roy Daylusan, Christopher Droguett-Bugden, Gaia El Khabbaz, Nathan Hazari, Matthew Ippolito, Josephine Kitoko, Jeriah Leger, Vanessa Macchia, Chase Mahara-Piggott, Jayden Mahara-Piggott, Lain Martin, Michelle Martono, Kane Morris, Marceline Oendy, Leah Panagakis, Nicholas Rossini, Klara Tadic, Jessica Zhen, Veronica Zhen and Justin Zingovski.       



St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”  

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR CONT’D A HEARTFELT THANK YOU    I find it a little hard to believe that this is the last newsletter I will write to you as the Religious Education Coordinator of St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Riverwood.    I would like to take this opportunity to express my love and deep gratitude for the staff, students and families of this wonderful community. I have been truly blessed to have worked with you these past 17 years - Did I say 17 years? - Can this be right? - I believe it is so!   I think this amount of time is testament to how quickly time can fly when you have the privilege to serve a community who is as generous, caring and supportive as you are.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me to share in your families’ lives in such significant ways.    I would especially like to thank Father John, Margaret Grainger, the Parish Secretary and the Catechists who have been wonderful to work with. I am very touched and grateful for the beautiful gesture by the Catechists of enrolling my name in the ‘Golden Book’ at the Shrine of St John Bosco Engadine. Mass is offered every first Sunday of the month for the intentions of all who have been enrolled. I truly appreciate this gift. I have also been especially touched by the many beautiful gifts and best wishes I have received. It is very humbling and I treasure every lovely sentiment you have shared.    I am embarking on a new opportunity about which I am excited and happy, however the St Joseph’s community of students, families, parish and of course, my colleagues, will always be very special to me and will always have a place in my thoughts and prayers.    I wish everyone the joy, peace and blessings of the Christmas season and I entrust you all in God’s loving care.   

Peace and best wishes Robyn Green    


“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” DIARY DATES

Friday 15 December -

Last Day of Term 4

Tuesday 30 January -

First Day of Term 1 2018 Students in Years 1 - 6

Wed 31 January

First Day for Kindergarten 2018


Christmas Mass Times St Joseph’s Catholic Parish Riverwood Saturday 23 December

9.00am Mass

Sunday 24 December Christmas Eve Mass

* Vigil at 6.00 pm (carols commencing at 5.30pm) * Midnight Mass (carols commencing at 11.30pm)

Monday 25 December (Please note: There is no evening Mass on Christmas Day ) Christmas Day Mass

9.30am only

Rite of Reconciliation  

Saturday 23 December

9.00am –10.30am & 4.00pm - 4.45pm

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”  

FROM THE SPORTS COORDINATOR IN SPORTING NEWS Swimming Carnival    I would like to thank all of the parents who volunteered to help with the Swimming Carnival. The day went smoothly because of your assistance. Your help on a day like this is essential.    Also I would like to thank all of the staff who also went above and beyond to ensure that the day went well. We were very lucky with the weather.    The students had a great time with the races and at novelties. They were very well behaved and cooperative.    The Results   1st Green on 259 points  2nd Gold on 210 points  3rd Blue on 202 points  4th Red on 169 points      Sports Awards     Congratulations to Lucy Finn and Keira Vincent who both received a sports award this year at the Annual Primary Sports Awards Ceremony.   A sport medallion is awarded to a student who has demonstrated a remarkable level of representation in their chosen sport/s. These students have represented NSWCPS MacKillop on three or more occasions and/or represented NSW PSSA State during the school year. This is a big achievement.   

  Soccer  Congratulations to Alexander Noun who qualified for representatives SAP under 12 soccer for Bankstown Lions FC.     

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”  

FROM THE SPORTS COORDINATOR Blessings of the Season  

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the parents for their help throughout the year. It has been a busy year and the students have been able to participate in a wonderful variety of sporting activities and have achieved some amazing results. Finally, one last joke for the year...   

Q. What game do reindeer play in their stalls?  




Have a great holiday Nicole Cripps        

2nd Hand Uniforms A sincere thank you to Mrs Francine Keeling and Mrs Christine Vasiliou for their fabulous effort in manning the 2nd Hand Uniform shop this year. They have achieved sales of $1538 which is contributed to the school to go towards purchasing items for the students. The first day for the Uniform Shop next year will be:Friday 2nd February If you are unable to attend you can leave a request with the School Office and we will endeavour to help you.

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”




Dear Parents and Caregivers

SPBL At St Joseph’s we are in our second year of the School wide Positive Behaviour for Learning program. SPBL is a well researched program and is supported by Staff from Sydney Catholic Schools, Eastern Region Office. Although we have achieved a lot over the last two years, we have much more to achieve to grow our SPBL program in our school. We have been gathering feedback to determine ways we can grow, improve and adapt our program to best suit our school.    Highlights of the program so far:   Introduction of “Joeys” and Bronze awards   Some children have already reached “Silver” level and certificates will be presented early in

2018   Noticeable improvement in behaviour on the playground and under the COLA   Introduction of “class of the week”   New signage written in positive language for children to see   Mufti colour house day for the winning colour at the end of each term 

  Looking forward:   Plans to improve systems for rewarding children with “Joeys” to ensure it is fair across the

school.   Include student representatives into the program.   Positive rewards for good behaviour in the classrooms 


Congratulations to the Green Colour House children who celebrated with a mufti day on Wednesday.  “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”



Bronze awards received. Congratulations to the following children for their Bronze awards. Kindergarten Oliver Curtis, Harrison McKenna, Justin Wilkinson Year 1

Archie West, Deon Tsekas, Daniel Ivanovski, Ethan Wards Smart, Vivienne Kellehear, Matthew Williams

Year 3

Ava Ost, Mary-Anne El Azzi

Year 4

Micaela Awad, Bob Boulos, Nadia Winata

Year 5

Hunter Solomons, Madison Jarvis, Kane McCarren, Lucy Finn, Bashir Boulos, Finley Whitten, Keira Vincent

Year 6

Stephanie Vostoganis, Daniel Bortolin, Daniel Lakiss, Christina Vandarakis

Each time students collect 10 Joeys they receive a Bronze certificate. They collect Bronze awards during their time at St Joseph’s and work towards receiving Silver awards culminating in a prestigious Platinum award. I hope the Christmas break allows each and every one of you to rest and renew and cherish some precious time together. Thank you all for the gifts that you bring to our school community. Take care Elaine Thompson      










“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  


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er b m D ece s y a d Birth

Happy Birthday to the following children who will have a Birthday between 4 December and 31 December 2017

Bahati Mwanyalu

Maxwell O’Neill

Emmanuel El Azzi

Tiana Kulchar

Arabella Bonto

Emily Aguayo Torres

Harrison Cragg

Audrina Johnson

Lucas Michaelides

Matilda Winter

Kira Bourke

Thomas Bourke

David Zhao

Brianna Lakiss

Andrew Rustom

Phillip Rustom

Zhyon Tran

Joseva Vunabaka

Taylor Coyle

Noah Khoury

Isabella Mandalinic

Maribelle Bashir

Eva Morcom

Hunter Solomons

India Faber

Miguel Araujo

Layla Sarem

Joshua Shore

Stephanie Vostoganis

Lucius Luka

Annabelle Samuel

Lain Martin

Mabelle Khoury

Diamond Kete

Siu Hau

Jayden McMillan

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School


“Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”

MERIT CERTIFICATES   Congratulations to the following students who received Merit Certificates at our assemblies on Friday 8th December:-


Jayden Chicharo, Oliver Curtis, Audrina Johnson, Declan McMahon, Isla Renshaw & Mia Tsekas

Year 1

Sienna Cogle, Jonathan Dawson, Asiata Hau & Nicola Lucas

Year 2

Eloise Barton, Legion Breuer, Josephine Kitoko & Bailey Tandek

Year 3

Aiden Abouzeid, Kiara Briskoski, Emma Forgione & Mia Mannah

Year 4

Izabel Dawson, Jake Gillies, Adrian Kafetzis & Kate Milic

Year 5

Brianna Lakiss, Kane McCarren, Yianni Papagianopoulos & Sarantos Vavladellis

Year 6

Harrison Cragg, Stephanie Korkotidis, Nicholas Veldekis & Stephanie Vostoganis

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)

Term 4 Week 10.pdf

St Joseph's Catholic Church Riverwood. Mass Times: Sat 9am & 6pm (Vigil), Sun 7.30am &. 9.30am, Tues 7.30am, Wed 9.00am, Thurs 7.30am. convent) Fri9.00am (except 1st Fri 12pm). Confession: 5-5.45pm Saturdays. 28-32 Thurlow Street. Riverwood NSW 2210. Phone: 9533 3341. [email protected].au.

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