The Cathedral and Chapel is now open to everyone for Mass as well as personal devotion.

6:00pm Saturday Vigil Mass
7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Mass
9:30am Mass
11:00am Solemn Mass with Cathedral Choir
6:00pm Mass
6:00pm Youth-led Mass (3rd Sunday)

7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Mass
8:30am Sacrament of Penance (till 9:00am)
9:30am Mass in Extraordinary Form
5:00pm Sacrament of Penance (till 5:30pm)

6:10am Morning Prayer
6:30am Mass
11:15am Exposition
11:15am Sacrament of Penance (till 12:15pm)
Rosary after Angelus at midday
12:30pm Mass

Mass at 8:00am (No Adoration or Confession)

Weekday Mass times from 26 December to 12 January will be at 8:00am only. There will be no adoration or reconciliation during this time too.
The usual Mass times will resume on Monday 15 January.




Finding joy in the Ordinary

Ordinary Time presents us a challenge: to see the extraordinary in the ordinary – that is, to see the joy, life, energy and love of God, God’s very presence, in the ordinariness of daily life. (Read More)

Parish Profile: St Anthony of Padua Parish, Toongabbie – ‘on the Synodal path’

As the Diocese moves closer to the launch of its new Pastoral Plan, parishes are being invited to examine how they can continue travelling on the road to synodality and offer spaces for communion, participation and mission. At St Anthony of Padua Parish, Toongabbie, this task has been well received. (Read More)

News & Events Weekly Update

News & Events Weekly Update News and Events across the Diocese of Parramatta and beyond (Read More)

Nature’s way: Planning for parenthood with faith by your side

The fertility journey is one that can bring overwhelming joy when couples discover they are expecting. But for some, the ability to conceive can be a process that can take effort and time. For these couples, there is an approach that is natural, effective, healthy and scientific. (Read More)

OAM honour brings “great joy” to Blue Mountains couple

Blue Mountains couple Vic and Liz O’Callaghan never imagined receiving a phone call from the Governor-General’s office, informing them of their nomination for the Australia Day Honours. But the couple from St Thomas Aquinas Parish, Springwood, are deeply humbled, honoured and grateful to have been awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in January 2024. (Read More)

Bishop Vincent’s Homily: Authentic discipleship as the mark of membership of God’s household

Bishop Vincent's Homily for the 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 'Authentic discipleship as the mark of membership of God’s household' 9 June 2024 (Read More)

Being a witness is “who we are” as Christians 

With the increasing secularisation of our society, young people across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains have been reminded of their calling to be witnesses of Christ in their everyday lives.  (Read More)

Meet our Safeguarding Council members: Paula Kerr

As part of Safe Parishes Week, Catholic Outlook spoke to members of the Diocesan Safeguarding Council about their role and how the culture of safeguarding has grown in the Diocese over its four years. (Read More)

‘Putting flesh on the bones’: The next step in our synodal journey

With our desire to faithfully respond to the Holy Spirit in this next phase, we must move forward now and assess the processes, projects, practices, and perceptions that need to be surrendered in order to genuinely respond to the action of the Holy Spirit. (Read More)

News & Events Weekly Update

News & Events Weekly Update News and Events across the Diocese of Parramatta and beyond (Read More)


Be informed with whats going on in the Cathedral, the Diocese of Parramatta and the wider Catholic community by downloading the Cathedral App. The bulletin, liturgy guide and events are uploaded to the App each week.

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The music ministry of the cathedral continues to play an important role in serving the busier-than-ever round of diocesan and parish liturgies which take place throughout the year. We hope you enjoy viewing this site containing details of the musical life of St. Patrick's Cathedral.


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