Mass Times and Locations

Weekend and weekday Mass times are outlined below. Going to Mass is only part of what it is to be Catholic. While we celebrate Mass every day in our community, there are many other aspects to our faith that build and enrich our lives in many ways. In the video below Auxiliary Bishop Tony Randazzo explains the centrality of Eucharist and why Catholics attend Mass on Sundays.
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“Sunday Mass is a time to give thanks to God for all that has happened in our lives and it is a time to call out to God, asking for help in all the things that are about to happen in our lives.”

Auxiliary Bishop Tony Randazzo

Weekend Mass Times

Sacrament of Penance (Saturday)
4:00pm Immaculate Heart Catholic Church, Leichhardt
5:00pm St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Woodend

Vigil Mass (Saturday)
4:30pm Immaculate Heart Catholic Church, Leichhardt
5:30pm Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church, Eastern Heights
6:00pm St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Woodend

Sunday Mass
7:30am St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, North Ipswich
8:00am St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, Rosewood
8:30am St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Woodend
6:00pm St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Woodend

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Weekday Mass Times

Mass times during the week can change due to other liturgical activities, such as funerals and ministering to the sick. Please check our weekly newsletter for weekday Mass times before making plans.

Monday
7:00am St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, North Ipswich

Tuesday
9:00am Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Leichhardt

Wednesday
9:00am St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Woodend

Thursday
9:00am St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Woodend

Friday
Sacrament of Penance
8:30am Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church, Eastern Heights

Mass
9:00am Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church, Eastern Heights

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