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Mass Times

Saturday : 6.00 PM (Vigil)
Sunday : 9.30 AM (Family), 6.00 PM

Monday : 9.00 AM
Wednesday : 9.00 AM
Thursday : 6.00 PM
Friday : 9.00 AM

Indonesian Mass
Sunday : 3.30 PM

French Mass
Every Third Sunday 11.00 AM

Monday 9.30 AM or by appointment

Thursdays during Lent at 5:30 PM, followed by Mass 6pm

First Sunday - 11am, bookings required

By Appointment

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If you know anyone in need of support through domestic violence, the following organisations can help:

NSW Domestic Violence Helpline
1800 656 463

National Domestic Violence Service
1800 RESPECT (24 hours a day)

Parent Line (Catholic Care)
1300 130 052


St Mary’s Cathedral has three Masses every weekend led by a solo cantor. This is a vital part of the Cathedral’s liturgy and is carried out by volunteer singers. If you think you would like to serve the Cathedral in this important role as part of our team of cantors please contact the music department on 9220 0481 or We are looking for people who have good voices and are keen to be involved with the liturgical life of the Cathedral. A basic knowledge of how to read music and some singing experience would be an


Domus Australia is a 32 room guest house established by the Australian Catholic Church, welcoming travellers to Rome seeking comfortable accommodation and an ideal base from which to explore historical and cultural sites of the Eternal City. Centrally located with a magnificently restored Chapel featuring daily Mass in English, Domus Australia is the perfect oasis in the heart of Rome for Aussie pilgrims. Enquiries:


THE BENEDICT XVI RETREAT CENTRE now offers a series of fun, innovative facilitated activity programs to complement and enrich any group retreat. Whether you are looking for adventure, team building, opportunities for reflection or simply to have fun with your group, our specially trained facilitators can tailor a program to meet your needs and budget. Activities include flying fox, archery, bushwalking, leadership challenge, communications challenge, camp craft, environmental programs and more. Contact Danielle Puhlmann on (02) 4572 2899 / email to find out more or visit


3 June 2015 | Wedding Anniversary
Congratulations to Gino & Giovanna Ziccardi who celebrated 47 years of marriage

6 June 2015 |Wedding
Nico Harjanto & Karina Widjaja

7 June 2015 | Baptisms
Joey Daynem Blakely-Kidd
Richie Saylem Blakely-Kidd
Millar Kean Munro
Sophia Victoria Ramos


Ethica Accessories invites you to a Winter Wine Fest at St Mary’s Church, Ridge Street, North Sydney on June 18th from 7 – 9 pm. Entry: $20 includes mulled wine and antipasto. Bookings: , tel 8912 2716 or or Ethica Accessories is a not-for-profit organisation specialising in quality fair trade products. It helps women living in marginalised areas in Peru, with training, a skill and a fair income. Ethica’s range of alpaca products, bags and accessories will be available for purchase at the Winter Wine Fest. Flinders Bay Wines will be on sale at a discounted price. All proceeds from this event will help continue Ethica’s work.


The real problem of the Christian life comes where people do not usually look for it. It comes the very moment we wake up each morning. All our wishes and hopes for the day rush at us like wild animals. And the first job each morning consists simply in shoving them all back; in listening to that other voice, taking that other point of view, letting that other larger, stronger, quieter life come flowing in. And so on, all day. Standing back from all our natural fussing and fretting; coming in out of the wind.

Extract from “The Business of Heaven Daily Readings”
C S Lewis | edited by Walter Hooper


This Term, Year 4M have explored the presence of the risen Jesus both in our parish and in the Word of God. We explored the feelings of fear, doubt, faith and joy and wrote diary entries on how the disciples responded to the Resurrection and the appearance of Jesus. We discussed how we are His disciples today and work to spread the Good News. We learnt that we can experience and respond to the presence of Jesus through the Word of God. We explored the structure of the Liturgy of the Word and reviewed the responses within the Liturgy and what they mean. We attended Year 4 Mass to further our understanding on how the church celebrates the Liturgy of the Word and how we can reverence God’s word. We look forward to starting our new Unit, Pentecost and exploring how it is the Holy Spirit, alive and active in our loves, who gives us courage to follow Jesus.