ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL PARISH

THE CRADLE OF CATHOLICISM

MASS TIMES

Monday to Friday – 6.30am & 12.30pm
Saturday – 8:00am & 6:00pm Vigil  also 9.30am Latin Rite
Sunday – 8.00am, 9.30am, 11.00am, 6.00pm & 7.15pm*
*7.15pm Mass is celebrated in the Latin Rite in Arabic.

Apart from Mass, the Blessed Sacrament Chapel is open for personal prayers from 6am to 6pm Monday to Friday.

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Thanksgiving Offertory

And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

Colossians 3:17

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DIOCESAN NEWS

US Democrat Jamie Raskin on the life and legacy of his son

The story of Thomas Bloom Raskin, son of Jamie Raskin, US Democrat who received a standing ovation for his speech during the debate over President Biden's win. (Read More)

An honest prayer

  Recently I received a letter from a woman whose life, in effect, had imploded. Within the course of a few months, her husband divorced her, she lost her job, was forced to move from the house she had lived in for many years, was locked down in her new place by COVID restrictions, and was diagnosed with a cancer which might be untreatable. It was all too much. At a point, she broke down in anger and resignation. She turned to Jesus and with bitterness, said: “If you’re there, and I doubt it, what do you know about any of this? You were never this alone!” I suspect that we all have moments like this. What did Jesus know […] (Read More)

Raising the voices of Australian women preaching the Gospel

A new podcast to be launched on Monday 8 March for International Women's Day will feature 30 Australian women preaching the Gospel. (Read More)

Look to Jesus reflection – 4 March 2021

Todays Lenten reflection. (Read More)

Continuing the twenty-seven year childcare legacy of Baulkham Hills Parish

The working mothers from Baulkham Hills Parish set up the first childcare service at St Michael's Primary school 27 years ago. They were there to celebrate the next stage in its history last week. (Read More)

Grace in time and place

How to welcome the grace on offer right now, into your life. (Read More)

Bishop’s Appeal for Membership of Interfaith Commission

Bishop’s Appeal for Membership of Interfaith Commission (Read More)

Pope Francis’ condolences on the passing of Bishop Bede Heather

Pope Francis' condolences on the passing of Bishop Bede Heather (Read More)

Francis’ Government: What is the driving force of his pontificate?

Francis’ Government: What is the driving force of his pontificate? (Read More)

Fr Ron Rolheiser to speak at online Lenten retreat this week

Fr Ron Rolheiser to hold Lenten retreat this week (Read More)

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MUSIC

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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Phone: (02) 8839 8400 • Fax: (02) 9630 8817

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