Madonna magazine, published by Jesuit Communications, has accompanied Australians in their daily prayer and spiritual growth for more than 120 years. With daily prayers, deep reflections, faith-focused articles and more recently online retreats – it is an ideal spiritual companion, particularly now when we may not be able to freely gather in person with our faith and spirituality communities.

The COVID-19 crisis has deeply affected people seeking asylum and refugees. From the beginning of the pandemic, many people have been relying on Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Australia for urgent support.  Due to the crisis, many of the people JRS Australia serves have now lost the casual jobs that JRS Australia had helped them find. People seeking protection have struggled to meet their families’ needs, buy food, medicine and access healthcare. Now, high numbers of children, women and men are without food, face homelessness or are being threatened with eviction from the places where they live. Others have been sleeping in cars or moving in with other families.

While our churches remain closed, the parish continues to incur ongoing overhead costs and we need your help.

Jesuit News

  • Vale Fr Phil Crotty SJ

    Father Phillip Crotty (generally known as Phil) embodies much of the history of the Australian Province’s long and beneficial association with India and its mission in Hazaribag (begun in 1951).

  • Walking with and for refugees on Palm Sunday

    Representatives from Jesuit Refugee Service, Jesuit Social Services (under CAPSA) and the Xavier Social Justice Network recently attended the Palm Sunday ‘Justice for Refugees’ walk

  • Provincial’s reflection: The vision of the Australian Jesuit Province

      Saint Ignatius, as you know, had a great vision and he went about implementing it his entire life. He was inspired by Saint Dominic, who was a great preacher and used the good news to preach

  • Labouring with the risen Lord on Easter Sunday

    I have been asked to give retreat talks at three different schools in the past four months on Journeying with God. Whilst I thought initially that COVID was the reason for the topic, upon further


Vatican News

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.


326 Church Street
Richmond VIC 3121 [ Map | Parish Bulletins ]


162 Kent Street
North Richmond VIC 3121 [ Map | Parish Bulletins ]


326 Church Street
Richmond VIC 3121 [ Map | Parish Bulletins ]

  (03) 8420 6789

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