St Joseph's Parish Bulletin
Mass at St Joseph's Parish is live-streamed on YouTube by following this link: bit.ly/stjoatley
Please refer to the Sacramental Dates 2022 tab above or the link below for recent announcements to Sacramental dates 2022.
St Vincent de Paul
Last financial year the St Joseph's Oatley St Vincent de Paul Conference made around 60 home and nursing home visits and provided financial assistance to the sick, lonely and needy. The conference appreciates the support of Father John, the St Joseph’s School community, and all our benefactors in the parish. Meetings take place in the Marian Hall once each month (usually on a Tuesday morning) on a date that is published in the Upcoming Events section of the Parish Bulletin. Parishioners are always most welcome to attend.
Be part of the St Vincent de Paul Society's Good Works. Is there a desire in you to do something more? Would you like to reach out to those in need? Our local St Vincent de Paul Society conference is seeking new members to join them in their work of serving the disadvantaged and vulnerable members of our community. Men and women of all ages are welcome to join us. For further information contact: Sue Vit on 0407 291 722.
"The History of St Joseph’s Parish Oatley"
Written by Norm Windred is available for purchase from the Presbytery at a cost of $20. Please email the office at email@example.com if you would like to buy a copy. The book covers the work done by our priests and laity from the past until now.
Welcome to St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Oatley
St Joseph's Catholic parish is located north of the Georges River in the St George deanery of the Archdiocese of Sydney. The Church is on the corner of Frederick and Rosa Streets, quite close to the main shopping centre and about five minute's walk from Oatley Railway Station.
Parish Priest: Fr Paul Hilder
Everyone is welcome to join the Parish family.
If you are new to the Parish please make yourself known to us either by phoning the office 9580 1864 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Joseph’s Mass Times
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm Sunday: 8 am and 10 am.
Weekday Masses: at 8 am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday.
Thursday: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction from 11 am and Mass at 12 md.
Public Holidays: 9 am only
Confessions are now available before the 5 pm Vigil Mass (4 pm to 4.45 pm).
The Vigil Mass will continue to be live-streamed on YouTube, and if you are unable to attend Mass physically, you are encouraged to connect prayerfully to this medium. The streaming will begin at 5 pm on Saturday and can be accessed at any time after the Mass has concluded via the link: bit.ly/stjoatley
St Joseph’s Church is open from 7 am to 6 pm daily, and the usual Mass timetable as above applies. Will look forward to seeing everyone at Mass.
We look forward to welcoming everyone to Mass and we will be doing all that is reasonably possible to keep everyone safe who attends Mass. There will be good ventilation, hand sanitiser available and cleaning of the church between Masses.
Masks are no longer mandatory for liturgical and parochial gatherings. Choir and congregational singing is permitted.
For regular updates on the current restrictions in the Church please refer to: https://www.sydneycatholic.org/coronavirus-frequently-asked-questions
We are so looking forward to seeing everyone back at church. Be assured that we will be doing all that we possibly can to ensure a safe environment for all.
Below is a picture of Mass being live-streamed to our Children.
Commitment to Safeguarding Children
We are committed to making our parish a safe place for our children. Child sexual abuse is a crime. The appropriate people to deal with a crime are the police. If you, or anyone you know, have been abused, please contact the police. Alternatively, you can contact the Safeguarding and Ministerial Integrity Office at (02) 9390 5810 or email@example.com. You may also want to speak to your Parish Priest who will be able to provide support and guidance. The Archdiocese has a legal obligation to report crimes to the police.