Mass Times Mon: Communion Service 9.00am; Italian Mass - every 1st Monday of the month Sat: Vigil Mass 6pm Sun: 8.00am, 10am, 6.00pm ; 2nd Sunday of the month (11am) Mass will be celebrated in Tagalog, the Filipino language, at 11.00 am Reconciliation
Saturdays between 5pm and 5.30pm or after any weekday Mass
Mass Times Mon: St Benedicts Church, Smithfield: 9.15am; St Theresas Church, Fairfield West: 7.00am Sat: St Theresas Church, Fairfield West: 8.00am Sun: St Benedicts Church, Smithfield:;10.30am, 6.00pm; 8.00am in Italian ;;St Theresas, Fairfield West:; 7.30am, 9.00am; 11.00am in Spanish; 6.00pm in Arabic Reconciliation
St Benedicts Church, Smithfield: Saturdays 4.45pm - 5.45pm
Mass Times Mon: 8 a.m. Sat: Sun: Sat. 5.30 pm., Sun. 8 am., 10 am., 5.30 pm Reconciliation
RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION / PENANCE);Our priest is available on Saturdays 4 to 5 p.m.; also Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.30 to 7 p.m. ;At other times by appointment (9825 8154).
Mass Times Mon: 8:15am-9:15am Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament; 9:30am (English); 7:00pm (English) Sat: 7:15am Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament; 8:30am (English); Reconciliation after 8:30am Mass and 5-5:30pm; 6:00pm Vigil Mass Sun: 7:30am in Polish; 9.00am and 10.30am in English; 4:30pm in Vietnamese Reconciliation
Confessions will be available every Saturday 5pm-5:30pm. Or by making an appointment outside the scheduled confession time
Mass Times Mon: No Mass Sat: No Mass - Refer to Saturday Vigil Sun: 8 a.m., 10 a.m., and 5.30 p.m. Reconciliation
Our priest is available in the Reconciliation Room, Holy Spirit Church Saturdays 10.30 - 11.30 a.m. and at other times by appointment (9826 8977).
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