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We are Covid-Safe
Masks no longer Mandatory but advised with larger Masses
Please check the parish bulletin for any changes; and for Mass times at Christmas, Easter, and other special occasions.
Saturday: Vigil Mass 6pm
Sunday: Mass 9.30am
Sunday: Italian Mass 11am
Tuesday: Italian Mass 10am
Wednesday: Mass 12pm
Thursday: Adoration 5:15pm | Mass 6pm
Friday: Mass 12pm
In the sacraments of initiation – Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist – we are freed from the power of darkness. We are joined to Christ’s death, burial and resurrection. We receive the Spirit of adoption making us God’
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is an integral part of the Christian life, acknowledging our need to confess our wrong doing and receive the mercy of the Lord – which is always freely given. The Sacrament of Reconciliation
The Eucharist is the highpoint of the Christian life – it is both the source of our life in community and the summit of all we do. The Lord Himself feeds us with His Body and Blood –
A person who has already been baptised into the community of faith that is the Church and received the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion, now continues their initiation in this life of faith as a
The Anointing of the Sick is a sacrament of healing that is offered to anyone who is in need of the healing presence of the Lord. If you would like to receive the Anointing of the
Marriage is the covenant by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life. It is ordered by its nature to the good of both spouses and the procreation
Information on our Sacramental Program
For the sacrament of Baptism, click here.
For the sacraments of first Reconciliation, Holy Communion and Confirmation please check Bulletin or ring parish office.
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A Parish Pastoral Council consists of the Pastor together with a group of parishioners chosen by the parish community. The
ST COLUMBA Feast Day 9 June Our Patron was born c. 521 in County Donegal and baptised Colm or Colum – which in
Short snippets of key moments in our parish history with its beginnings in 1886 (as part of Bulli Parish) with the
ST COLUMBKILLE’S CATHOLIC PARISH PRIMARY SCHOOL http://www.sccdow.catholic.edu.au/ Since 1904 St Columbkille’s School has provided