Mass Times Mon: 9.00am Sat: Latin Mass 9:00am (except First Saturday: see below) Sun: 9:00am, 5:30pm; 11:30am Mass in Mandarin Reconciliation
Saturday 9:45am and before each daily Mass including Sunday
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).
Mass Times Mon: N/a Sat: 8.30am Exposition, Adoration & Rosary | 9am Mass Sun: 7.30am Exposition, Adoration & Rosary | 8am Mass 9.30am Rosary | 10am Mass | 11.30am Italian Mass Reconciliation
Wednesdays: 6pm to 6.55pm; Saturdays: 5.15pm to 5.45pm
Mass Times Mon: No mass celebrated on Monday Sat: 9:15am (with Adoration from 8:15am and Benediction at 8:55am) Sun: 8:00am, 10:00am Reconciliation
Fridays: 8:15am-8:55am Saturdays: 8:15am-8:55 am, 4:45pm-5:15pm
Mass Times Mon: 10.00am Sat: 10.00am and 5.30pm Vigil Mass for Sunday Sun: 9.30am Sung English Mass, 11.00am Sung Latin Mass, 6.00pm English Low Mass Reconciliation
Tuesdays: 6.30pm to 7.00pm, Wednesdays: 6.30pm to 7.00pm, Saturdays: 10.30am (until there are no more penitents).
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