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OUR parishioners come from many different parts of the world. We find strength in our diversity. We are energized by it and it gives us hope. We rejoice in and share the Good News of the Risen Jesus. Most of all we gather to celebrate Eucharist.
Please know you are welcome.

We Welcome the Strangers!

Mass Times
Saturday Vigil 6:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am
10:30 am
12:00 nn (Vietnamese)
2:30 pm (Sudanese/Hall)
6:00 pm

Monday (none)
Tuesday to Friday 9:00 am

Other Masses
(1st Sunday) 3:30 pm

Syro-Malibar Rite
(3rd Sunday) 4:00 pm

Office Hours
Tuesday to Friday (9:30-3:30 pm)

Refugee Worker
Wednesdays (9:00 am-12:00 nn)


We welcome our new Parish Priest
and the Redemptorist fathers who will assist him
in caring for our community

The Universal Church
Pope Francis says ‘Jesus weeps’ over piecemeal world war
By Inés San Martín | Vatican correspondent November 19, 2015

ROME — As major global powers debate how to take the fight to ISIS in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, Pope Francis on Thursday said that “the whole world is at war,” adding that Jesus weeps “because we have chosen the way of war, the way of hatred.”

The pontiff called those who fuel today’s conflicts “criminals” and “cursed.”

“When all the world is at war as it is today – piecemeal, a little here, a little there, and everywhere – there is no justification and God weeps,” he said. “Jesus weeps.”

The comments came during the pope’s daily Mass in the Casa Santa Marta, the Vatican residence where he lives... [Read More]

The Local Church | Archdiocese in Australia
St Patrick's Cathedral setting for Mass for all who died in Paris
Wednesday 18 November 2015 | Media and Communications Office

AT ST PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL Wednesday, Melbourne’s auxiliary Bishop Terry Curtin was principal celebrant at Mass in memory of those who died and suffered in the Paris tragedy last Friday.

Mass was offered for the victims not only of the Paris massacre, but for those who have died recently in terror attacks in Beirut and Egypt.

Amongst the estimated 1,200 strong congregation attending the Mass, and acting as principal reader, was the French Honorary Consul General, Mrs Myriam Boisbouvier-Wylie, accompanied by Mr Jean-Paul Esnault and Ms Alice Moret. Madame Boisbouvier-Wylie read the first reading from the Book of Wisdom in French.... [Read More]

Our Community

Watch Holy Eucharist St Albans Parish New Video on Fish & Loaves Program

WATCH the video produced by Catholic Regional College students, which features the parish's foodbank or Fish and Loaves Program. The video shows how Holy Eucharist Parish St Albans South, as a community, heeds the call of the Church and of Pope Francis to be the face of God in other people's lives.

Just click the photo to view the video. You need QuickTime plugin on your browser to open file. Alternatively, click this link to access it.





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