Schola Cantorum

Young Adult 𝓢𝓬𝓱𝓸𝓵𝓪 𝓒𝓪𝓷𝓽𝓸𝓻𝓾𝓶 Past Students of St Aloysius College will join us and sing at our 6pm Vigil Mass Saturday 17th December. We invite you to come along.

St Canice Feast Day & BBQ

For the first time in three years we can celebrate the feast day of our patronal saint, St Canice. There’s nothing quite like joining in singing the rollicking and sentimental Irish-themed hymns that so many of us were brought-up on. So, please come along to the special sung Mass on the Feast Day of St Canice. Fr Sacha will celebrate the Mass. A parish BBQ will follow in the Peace Park next door to the Church. This gives all of us the opportunity to mingle and greet each other over a meal on the grass. If you’d like to bring a plate, please advise Emma in the parish office:

“Come to the Water”

"COME TO THE WATER" We are very fortunate at St Canice's to have such a beautiful and uplifting Musical Liturgy. We are blessed with talented musicians and singers each week at the 10.30 am Mass. This 3-minute video of John Foley SJ's 'Come to the Water" from our Easter Vigil Service is sung my our

Musical Appreciation at St Canice’s in 2012

Opera to Street Choir . . . in a week - and Taize, Gospel and Mozart Mass coming up before Christmas. There's so much more than 'Sunday Mass' attracting people to St Canice's in Elizabeth Bay here in Sydney.   After Sunday Mass, members of the Sydney Street Choir entertain with rousing ‘Spirituals’ and

Special Celebration Advent Mass

Rejoice! On this Gaudete Sunday, Parishioners and guests of St Canice's in Elizabeth Bay Sydney gathered to give thanks for the year and for our Parish Renewal Process with a special celebration Advent Mass. Christine, Anna, Alex and Pascal (Amy appears in the video) Our Cantor, Pascal and Organist Christine chose 
Ceremonial Music

Gospel Mass – Kings Cross Festival

This is a short video of the Cleftomaniacs Capella Choir who sang before and during our Sunday Mass as part of the Kings Cross Festival. St Canice's is proud to be an active presence and vital part of the Kings Cross Community.