Mass timesMass times

Normal Mass Times

Sunday: 8:30 & 10:30am
Tuesday to Friday:  7:00am
Saturday: 9:00am
Saturday Vigil: 6:00pm
Public holiday: 9:00am

Reconciliation
Before Vigil & Sunday masses or on request. Please see Fr Chris before Mass.

Baptisms & Marriages
By appointment for preparation. Please contact the Parish Office on 9358 5229.

Anointing
First Friday of each month – Healing Mass 11:00am. Followed by morning tea.
Anointing other times as requested – please contact Fr Chris on 9358 5229.

 

A SALUTE TO THE WOMEN OF ST CANICE’S

 
Click here to view the photo album – ‘The Women of St Canice’s’

The BulletinThe Bulletin

Read all the latest news and information from the Catholic Parish of St. Canice.

The Bulletin 24 June 2018

RosterssRosters

Click below to view the latest rosters for various work areas of St. Canice.

Find usFind Us

St. Canice Parish
28 Roslyn Street
Elizabeth Bay NSW 2011
Australia
P: 9358 5229
F: 9358 3170
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Who we areWho we are at St Canice’s

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St. Canice’s is unique, very inclusive parish. There is openness in our parish life, welcoming the refugees, feeding the hungry and clothing the naked.

All of us – the rich and the poor, the happy and the sad, the defensive and the enquirers, the peace makers and the dividers, the hard of heart and the compassionate – have been given life and hope and faith and love beyond our dreams and we want to share what we have been given. Continue reading

Find usThe Jesuit Refugee Service

Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) works in 51 countries to accompany, serve and advocate for the rights of refugees, people seeking asylum, and other forcibly displaced people – regardless of their religion or country of origin.
In Australia, JRS assists refugees and people seeking asylum and other forcibly displaced people in our own country. These people face destitution, limbo and homelessness as Government policy grows increasingly unwelcoming and punitive. Continue reading

Find usRailaco – Our Sister Parish in East Timor

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While the wider Jesuit community is ‘nation-building’, we at St Canice’s have been making what is seen by the people in Railaco as a monumental commitment to their welfare, healthcare, nutrition, and educational needs of their children since 2004, and we are committed to continue. Continue reading