ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL PARISH

THE CRADLE OF CATHOLICISM

MASS AND RECONCILIATION TIMES

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

SUNDAY
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)

SATURDAY
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)

MONDAY TO FRIDAY
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

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

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SACRAMENTS

DIOCESAN NEWS

Fr Frank’s Homily – 26 June 2022

Fr Frank’s Homily - 26 June 2022 (Read More)

Close and calm in a family of six: how it’s done

The Aguiliera family are local parishioners and shared how they live their faith, and tips for life! (Read More)

We can all walk with refugees

When issues such as the refugee crisis seem overwhelming, Tamara Domicelj, Country Director JRS Australia, reassures us that actions we take at the local level make a difference. (Read More)

Families – wonderful and fragile

In preparing for the Vatican’s World Meeting of Families we are asked to recognise family love is fragile and needs to be cared for. Members of our Diocesan community share their tips. (Read More)

St Bernadette’s parishioners welcome strangers as new friends

Parishioners from St Bernadette’s at Castle Hill are building on the parish’s long history of supporting refugees by forming a new group to mentor an Afghan refugee family who arrived in Australia following the Taliban’s takeover of their homeland. (Read More)

Fr Paul and Fr John – companions on the journey to the priesthood

In 2022, our Holy Spirit Seminary at Harris Park entered a new chapter and welcomed a new leadership team: Fr Paul Marshall and Fr John Frauenfelder. (Read More)

A time for healing, hope and action amidst unprecedented need

This Refugee Week, It is a time for hope, determination, and swift, careful action, says Tamara Domicelj from Jesuit Refugee Services Australia. (Read More)

Family is where it all begins

When you think of an image that represents the Church, what comes to your mind? (Read More)

‘Dear friends’ – Bishop Vincent’s reflection on 2022 Refugee Week

  This reflection was delivered by Bishop Vincent Long OFM Conv, Bishop of Parramatta, during the Refugee Week prayer service hosted by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conferences’ Office for Justice, Ecology and Peace and the Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office on Monday 20 June. Bishop Vincent was speaking in his capacity as the Bishops Delegate for Migrants and Refugees. Dear friends, We have witnessed one of the most interesting elections in years, if not decades. For me, it is not simply the fact that Australians voted for a change of government. It is also evidence of a strong desire to build a new future for the country which is based on community participation and the common good. The pandemic […] (Read More)

Catholic Care is hiring! Chaplaincy Coordinator

Chaplaincy Coordinator - Catholic Care Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains (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.

CONTACT US

Phone: (02) 8839 8400
Email: enquiry@stpatscathedral.com.au

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