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St Stephen’s Cathedral Sesquicentenary Message Stick


This past Wednesday, St Brigid’s Catholic Church received the Message Stick as part of the St Stephen’s Cathedral Sesquicentenary Celebrations. The Message Stick, an ancient and culturally significant instrument of welcome and acceptance, is travelling around the Archdiocese of Brisbane to herald the 150th Anniversary of the completion and opening of the Cathedral of St Stephen.

The Message Stick holds an invitation for parishioners across the Archdiocese to come together on Pentecost Sunday, 2024, at the Cathedral to celebrate this momentous occasion.

Please see the below prayer for the Sesquicentenary of the Cathedral of St Stephen.


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