Today our Parish Priest, Fr Huy, celebrated his final Sunday Masses at the Richmond Catholic Parish.

The following message, originally shared by our Parish Pastoral Council Chair in 2015, is as meaningful to all of us, parishioners and visitors, now as it was then:

The time has come for us to celebrate the birth of Our Lord Jesus. If you are aware of anyone without internet access who would like to attend a Christmas Mass, please let them know that we have reopened our churches within the current health and safety limitations.

This pandemic has seen Victorians experience such a long period of physical separation from one another, watching as families and individuals have faced immense loss and challenges, waiting for the day when we would emerge as a community once again.

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July - Month of the Most Precious Blood

August - Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

  • 08: Feast of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop
  • 15: Feast of the Assumption; First Eucharist of Trinity Catholic School students

Ignatius500: Ignatian Year News

  • Saint Ignatius, Jesus’ Companion
    During this Ignatian Year, we are publishing a series of homilies that Fr. General Kolvenbach held on the feast days of St. Ignatius. In this homily, Fr. Kolvenbach focuses on Ignatius’ companionship with Jesus. Church of the Gesù, Rome, July 31st 2003 Celebrating once again Saint Ignatius’ feast, we realize how difficult it is to […]
  • Personal Love for Christ
    During this Ignatian Year, we are publishing a series of homilies that Fr. General Kolvenbach held on the feast days of St. Ignatius. In this homily, Fr. Kolvenbach focuses on Ignatius’ personal love for Christ. Church of Saint Ignatius, Rome, July 31st 1997 In this first year of preparation for the Holy Year, the Church […]
  • From self-centred to God-centred
    In the context of the Ignatian Year, a thoughtful reflection on St. Ignatius and his spiritual life journey.   Was St. Ignatius a spiritual man? A saintly or holy man? A deeply God-fearing, prayerful man? Certainly not at least for the first 26 years of his life. St. Ignatius himself says that up to the […]

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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.

ST IGNATIUS' CHURCH

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

ST JAMES' CHURCH

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

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Richmond VIC 3121 [ Map | Parish Bulletins ]

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