204 Longueville Road
Lane Cove NSW 2066, Australia
+61 2 9427 2034
The Lane Cove region was initially part of the Jesuit parish of St. Mary’s at North Sydney with the nearest church being the chapel at Riverview College. It wasn’t until 24th August 1919 that the eighty year old structure now known as the Dorritt St Hall was dedicated as the Church of St. Michael, Longueville. It had been built for £850 (2011 = $60,000 ) on land on the corner of Dorritt and Little Streets which had been purchased by Fr. Michael Sherin for £350 (2011 = $24,000).
The dedication to St. Michael stemmed from the coincidence of the names of Fr. Michael Sherin, the builder Michael Breen and, of course, the then Archbishop Michael Kelly, who made the final decision!
There was mention in the Catholic Press of 28/8/1919 that Fr. Sherin had secured an elevated site on the main road close to the Longueville tram terminus and that, as houses were being erected on all sides, St. Michael’s would soon be in the middle of a flourishing suburb. By 1924, the population of Lane Cove had doubled and the church was at capacity.
Friday: 12:00pm noon
Saturday: 9:15am, 6:00pm
Sunday: 9:30am, 6:00pm
182 High St, Willoughby NSW 2068, Australia ?
+61 2 9958 8846
Saturday – 6:00pm
Sunday – 7:30am, 9:30am
66 Gordon St, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia ?
+61 2 9331 4043
Paddington originally formed part of the Sacred Heart Parish, Darlinghurst. The Franciscans were entrusted with the pastoral care of Woollahra and Paddington in November 1879. Paddington was established as a parish in its own right in 1887 and Fr Bernardine Lawler ofm became the first parish priest. The foundation stone for St Francis of Assisi Church was blessed and laid on March 23rd 1889 and Cardinal Moran officially opened the new church on Sunday 22nd June 1890.
In 1917 it was thought that the Church needed to be enlarged but after the building of the new sanctuary it was realised the plans were too costly and we are left with a church which consists of the nave of the 1890 church designed by John Barlow, and the transepts, sanctuary and sacristies of the 1919 church designed by Bart Moriarty.
(Solemn Mass with Choir on 1st, 3rd & 4th Sundays each month; Cantor on 2nd Sunday)
Saturday Vigil: 5.30pm
Mon to Fri: 9.00am
16 Lindsay St, Neutral Bay NSW 2089, Australia ?
+61 2 8969 3200
Saturday Vigil: 5:00pm Mass
Wednesday: 8:00am Adoration
followed by morning tea in the presbytery
( Anointing Mass on first Wednesdays )
Other: OFFICE HOURS:
8am to 4pm Monday to Friday
St Marys Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia ?
+61 2 9220 0400
St Mary’s Cathedral stands in the centre of Sydney as a Christian statement of grace and beauty. Generations of artists have bequeathed to it their magnificent gifts in stone and glass, designing a unique space of solace and prayer within this vibrant city. This Cathedral represents the spiritual origins of the Catholic Church in Australia.
It is one of Sydney’s most treasured historic buildings and one of the finest examples of English-style gothic churches in the world. William Wilkinson Wardell, the 19th century architect, dreamed of a gothic structure shaped from the local yellow-block sandstone on which this city is built. The building was finally completed 100 years after the architect’s death. The Cathedral is dedicated to Mary Help of Christians.
Monday to Friday 6.45am, 1.10pm, 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am, 12.00pm
Saturday Vigil 6.00pm
Sunday 7.00am, 9.00am, 10.30am (Solemn Choral Mass), 6.00pm (Youth Mass)
Public Holidays 12noon
20 Grosvenor St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia ?
+61 2 9247 3525
Dedicated in 1844, St Patrick’s Church became the immediate focus of worship for Irish Catholics in the Colony. It has served the Catholic community of Sydney since then. Restored in 1999, St Patrick’s continues to be a spiritual oasis in a busy and vibrant city and remains one of the busiest Catholic city churches in Australia.
Sunday: 7am to 12noon (hourly) 3pm-7pm( hourly)
Weekday: 8am, 10:30am, 12:05pm, 1:05pm, 5:30pm
Saturday: 8am, 12 noon, 6pm (vigil)
Public Holidays: 8am, 12 noon, 5:30pm
641 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia ?
+61 2 9211 4100
St Peter Julian’s Church is a eucharistic shrine in the pastoral care of the Blessed Sacrament Congregation in the heart of Sydney’s Chinatown at 641 George Street, Haymarket.
The church is named after the Congregation’s founder St Peter Julian Eymard, who was canonised in 1962. A religious community of priests and brothers (currently under the leadership of Fr Joe Fernando SSS) live in the monastery attached to St Peter Julian’s Church.
In addition to serving the daily needs of the church, the Congregation conducts outreach ministries to tertiary students and young working adults. Education in faith classes are offered, also bible study; and upon request assistance is given to couples preparing for marriage and baptism.
At least two masses are celebrated every day in St Peter Julian’s Church, with four masses on Sundays including a regular Sunday mass in Chinese. Special masses are also held each month in Filipino and Indonesian.
1st & 3rd Saturday: 2.15 pm (Indonesian)
1st Sunday: 1.30pm (Filipino)
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5.30 pm
Sunday Mass Times: 9.30 am, 11.00 am (Chinese)
12.30 pm, 3.30 pm & 5.00pm (Korean)
Monday to Friday: 7.30 am, 12.10pm, 5.30 pm
Saturday: 12.10 pm & Vigil at 5.30 pm
Public Holidays: 12.10 pm