The custom of walking the Stations of the Cross in a church is a revered devotion which has its origins in the early Christian pilgrimages to the holy places of Jerusalem. During Lent, you are warmly invited to join the Richmond Catholic Parish’s Stations of the Cross in English.
Victoria is currently under COVIDSafe restrictions. This means that public Masses and other permitted religious ceremonies can be held in compliance with distancing, hygiene, density quotient and recordkeeping requirements.
During the times we have not been able to celebrate as a community in person, we have discovered ways to participate in Masses and tap into many resources for our faith formation and nourishment, supporting one another and continuing to be a part of the life of the Church.
Vatican News continues its series on the history, mission, objectives and operating costs of the Vatican offices assisting the Pope in his pastoral ministry. We feature an interview with the Prefect...
Pope Francis meets with members of the Franciscan Centre for Solidarity, based in Florence, and thanks them for their thirty years of service sowing the seeds of the Kingdom of God.
We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation as the traditional caretakers of the land which is the Richmond Catholic Parish. We acknowledge the Elders, past and present. May we, too, be good stewards of this land.