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The Church, in Christ, is a sacrament - sign & instrument of communion with God, & of the unity of the entire human race.  The one mediator, Jesus Christ, established & constantly sustains here on earth his holy church, the community of faith, hope & charity.

The seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church are the visible signs of God’s grace & love through Jesus Christ.  They are at the centre of Catholic life & worship.

In the various liturgical celebrations of the sacraments, the community is enabled to grow in faith, is confirmed in hope, & fired by charity, in order to go forth in service of God’s kingdom of justice, peace & love.

Christ Jesus sealed the new covenant in his blood.  The Paschal Mystery of his Death & Resurrection has created a new People of God, from all nations & languages that is one in the Spirit, that is a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation.

Each Parish, set up under a pastor who takes the place of the bishop, in some way represents the visible church established throughout the world.  Regularly, the community celebrates the Eucharist, source & summit of the Christian life, & the other sacraments & worship services.

Through the liturgical life of the parish, above all in the common celebration of the Sunday Eucharist, we are united with the bishop & with the universal church, sharing our faith & hope, & graced to continue Jesus’ mission of service in the world.

The Sacraments of initiation are Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist.
The Sacraments of healing are Penance (reconciliation), Anointing of the Sick.
The Sacraments of calling are Marriage (matrimony) & Holy Orders.

For information about individual sacraments, please see FORMS & LEAFLETS.

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46 Thomas Street
WA 6009
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p : +(618) 9386 1870
f  : +(618) 9389 9237


100 Adelma Road
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Recent Notices

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Tue 18th Dec, 10.30am-11.30am
Tue 18th Dec, 6.30pm-7.30pm
Sat 22nd Dec, 10am-11am 

Christmas Eve (Mon 24th Dec)

6pm Childrens' Mass, Holy Rosary
7pm Carmelite Monastery

Christmas Day (Tue 25th Dec)

8am Carmelite Monastery 
9am Holy Rosary Church