St Catherine of Siena Parish

Caroline Springs, VIC
Canonically Erected: 18 January 2006

 

Welcome!

Our website is easy to use and is accessible using computers, smart phones or tablets.

This "Home" page provides a quick overview of what's happening in our Parish without requiring you to "dig" for the latest information.

The Mass Schedule for the upcoming 7 days is available on every page of our website.

Parish events have been organized into our Events Calendar.

You will also find information about our Faith in the Ministries, Education, and Sacraments sections.

 

Parish Updates (See News and Events for latest news)

YMG Conference 2019

St Catherine of Siena Parish was proud to host the above conference at our newly completed CRC auditorium. We were blessed with eloquent speakers, great conversation and prayer and worship. Our speakers included Fr Paul Chandler, Fr John Corrigan, Fr Ken Barker and our guest speaker Tim Staples. We also heard testimony from Gary Pinto. Workshops were conducted by Matt and Julie MacDonald, Bro Sheldon Burke and Fr Richard Rosse (our host).  The day concluded with adoration led by Fr Ken Barker.

Many thanks to all that attended and especially to our guest speakers and workshop leaders..


Shalom World features Fr Richard in Vocare episode

GOD calls. And some say, “Yes.” Shalom World’s original series 'VOCARE' takes an in-depth look at the lives of those who have answered God’s call to the priesthood, examining the challenges they face, the joy of their ministries, and the spirituality that sustains them.


Parish Formation on the Liturgy

THE Church calls for the full, conscious and active participation of all the faithful in the liturgy (SC n.2). We can only achieve this if we know or understand what is going on during Mass. We are therefore presenting a series of video clips (see video below) to educate our parishioners about the liturgy with the end view of promoting reverence during Mass and be able to respond to the Church's call of full, conscious and active participation in the liturgy.