Becoming Catholic

Interested in becoming a Catholic?

Sacraments For Children

What, when and how to go about it?

Youth Group

Jump in and join our youth group (Yrs 7-10)

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

Contact parish office

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Latest News

Christmas 2017 Mass Times

Reconciliation (Confession)
Wednesday Dec 20, 6:30pm: Second Rite

Christmas Eve, Sunday, Dec 24
6pm – Carols
6:30pm – Family Mass
8:30pm – Indonesian Community Mass

Christmas Day, Monday Dec 25
9:30am – Christmas Day Family Mass

Holy Family, Sunday Dec 31
9:30am: Mass & KidsChurch + Morning Tea
Sat 6pm, Sun 3:30pm (Indonesian), Sun 6pm

Mary, Mother of God, Monday, Jan 1
9am: Mass

Epiphany, Sunday, Jan 7
9:30am: Mass & KidsChurch + Morning Tea
Sat 6pm, Sun 3:30pm (Indonesian), 6pm

Christmas Choir

Music Rehearsals for the Christmas Masses will be held in the music area of the Church at 7pm on the following days: Nov 21 & 28 | Dec 5, 12 & 19

“Where does my help come from?”

Sunday 3rd December, 2016 9.30 am – 4.30pm | The Centre, 14 Frances St (cnr Cook St) Randwick

Come and experience how God has always offered his help to us. There will be guided talks, time for personal reflection and opportunities for spiritual guidance from the missionaries. A great way to prepare for the real gift of Jesus coming to our hearts! Cost $50. Please contact Verbum Dei Missionaries (02) 9341 5848 or email if you are interested.

Reflection . . .

Waiting for his Coming

The foolish have no oil in their lamps.
They burn themselves out
through a life of self-seeking
and dedication to worldly cares and vanities.
They do not even think of the Lord,
much less wait for his coming.
The wise, on the other hand, have oil in their lamps.
They are detached from themselves
and from the cares of the world,
and are full of charity.
They are waiting for the Lord,
and desire nothing else but his coming.
Let us keep our minds alight with faith,
our souls alight with hope,
and our hearts alight with love,
as we wait in joyful hope
for the coming of our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
(Flor McCarthy SDB)