MASS TIMES

Welcome to St Joseph's Catholic Church Oatley.

Parish 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).

For those parishioners who are unable to attend, the 5 pm Vigil Mass is live-streamed and can be accessed with the following link:   bit.ly/stjoatley 

Relaxation of restrictions concerning Churches

 

With the further easing of the restrictions regarding attendance of parishioners at Church for worship, there is no limit on the number of people who can attend Mass, provided a 2 square metre per person rule is adhered to.  However, our Church will only hold at least eighty persons according to this rule, any overflow would have to be accommodated in the Marion Hall.  There is still the requirement of taking names and contact details of attendees.

 

I invite parishioners who wish to attend the Sunday Mass, preferably to email the office oatleycc@bigpond.net.au , or contact Nancy , to make a reservation (9580 1864) Wednesday or Thursday.  Please nominate the Mass you wish to attend and the number of persons.  Parishioners who attended Mass last Sunday have already made their reservation for subsequent weeks.   However, if the demand exceeds the requirements, I would be happy to add another Mass to the Sunday, timetable, perhaps at 9 am.  

 

 

 

 

Parish News

Life Ascending Australia

is a world-wide movement for Seniors which will enrich you spiritually and bring new friendships. Visit www.lifeascending.org.au or contact Ray Byers 9570 3507 for details of our group at St Joseph’s Oatley

"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 visit the office on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday between 9am and 3pm if you would like to buy a copy. The book covers the work done by our priests and laity from the past until now.

St Vincent de Paul Society

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.