Covid 19

Dear Parishioners and Friends,

Greetings from the Parish Leadership Team. We pray that you have been keeping safe and well.

In line with the directives from the NSW Government on the easing of lockdown restrictions and with our Bishop’s instructions, we are very pleased to inform you that our Church will be reopening for all (vaccinated and unvaccinated) on Monday, 25th October.

Mass times will be as usual:

Weekday masses at 9:00am, except for Wednesday mass which will be at 7:30pm

Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:30pm

Sunday Masses at 8:30am 10:00am and 5:30pm

(The 10:00am mass will be live streamed)

Reconciliation – Saturday 10:00am

 To comply with government regulations:

  1. Registration is required for weekend masses ONLY. This is to observe the limit of one person per 2 square meters. You can register using the Eventbrite link below:

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/may-ataya-0416157294-30634404178

Registrations open ONE WEEK before each mass at 7:00pm.

  1. Prior to entering Church, you will need to sign in using the QR code or by putting your name down on a list.
  2. Wearing masks is compulsory.

These guidelines will be reviewed as soon as the Government further eases the restrictions. We look forward to praying and worshiping together as one community. We also thank you for your patience, support, and prayers during the lockdown.

God Bless.

Parish Leadership Team.

Reception of Covid-19 Vaccine

In response of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine  arrival into Australia, Bishop Brian Mascord has written a letter to all parishoners which discusses the benefits of receving the vaccine and respecting the decisons of individuals who chose to recieve it or not.

Also included in the letter is a statement from the Vatican regarding the ethical issues of the vaccine. Both documents are attached below or you can view the vatican statement by clicking the link found in the letter.

Bishop Brian Mascord’s Letter: Click Here

Vatican Statement: Click Here