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St. Patrick's Catholic Church Kogarah St. Patrick's Catholic Church Kogarah

Welcome To St. Patrick's Catholic Church Kogarah Welcome To St. Patrick's Catholic Church Kogarah

    • Parish Mission/Vision

      Our Mission

      St. Patrick's is a community united by God through the Gospels, the teachings of the Catholic Church and the pursuit of common goals. Our members offer their unique gifts to God and each other. With these gifts we joyfully proclaim the Word of God, proudly celebrate the sacraments and promote living in solidarity and justice, in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church and faithful to the Magisterium.

      Our Vision

      In God we trust boldly, in the footsteps of Jesus we walk humbly and by the light of the Holy Spirit we love tenderly as we become true Christians who courageously face adversity as St. Patrick has done setting for us a perfect example.

    • 23 December 2021
      New restrictions ahead of Christmas
      NSW Health has announced a tightening of COVID-19 restrictions, effective from 24 December.
      Anyone entering a church over the age of 12 will now be required to wear a face mask, at least until 27 January.

      Sunday Mass
      Saturday (Vigil) 5:30pm, Sunday 8am, 10am, 6:30pm
      Daily Mass
      Monday-Saturday 9:15am
      1st Saturday 9:15am Healing Mass/Anointing of the Sick
      Wednesday, from 6pm - Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena, Mass, Cenacle Prayer
      Confession Saturday - after 9:15am Mass, 5 - 5:25pm,
      on request, before/after weekday Mass
      Holy Rosary 20 minutes before Daily Mass

      1st Friday-Saturday All Night Prayer Vigil
      7pm Rosary
      7:30pm Holy Mass in Honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
      8:30pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Vigil Proper
      12:30am Benediction, Holy Mass in Honour of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
      Please email your queries. Thank you.
    • Parish Bulletins
      Heartbeats from your new Parish Priest Fr Eduardo

      Pope Francis has instituted the 3rd Sunday of the Year as Sunday of the Word of God. He issued such on the 30 September 2019 in his Apostolic Letter “Aperuit Illis.” With this letter, he is giving us a clear perspective of the importance of the Word of God in our Christian faith. Yes indeed, “Your words, Lord, are Spirit and life. What more can we ask God other than feeding us with His words which are life-giving and spirit-filled. In the midst of pandemic we can only hold on the Word of God. There is NO ONE and NOTHING and NOWHERE to hold on to except in the Word of God. And there are many sources of inspirations we can get from the Word of God. There are innumerable themes or topics that we can think of when we read and meditate on the Word of God. I, personally, has drawn heaps of inspiration and strength whenever I read the daily Scripture and meditate on it. There are many resources available around, but most handy is the Holy Bible in our homes, or cars, or office, that is, if we ever take hold of it, open it and read it. There is also the Bible Diary every year (but our copies have gone like wildfire).


      This pandemic will be here for some time, but it will be over in due time. The worst may happen before it will become better. Let us work together to make our environment a dwelling place not for the virus but for peace and safety and happiness for everyone, and for our parish to be more prayerful, more participatory, more  welcoming, more vibrant, more invitational. Let us read the Word of God, regularly, that is, daily, for strength and inspiration. Amen!


      For more information and notices please see Parish Notices/COVID-19 and Archdiocese of Sydney News. Please feel free to contact us by email or phone 02 9587 8064. There would also be posters up in the church or on our Notice Boards outside the church or the Presbytery.
    • Bishop Danny Meagher
      Bishop Danny Meagher
      St Patrick's Catholic Church, Kogarah YouTube
      The Bishop is coming to St Patrick's Kogarah to install Fr Eduardo as our new Parish Priest at St Patrick's Catholic Church on Sunday, 27 February 2022. Should you wish to meet the newly-installed Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, Most Rev Daniel Meagher DD, COME! Have a beautiful selfie with him. Please share this with everyone you know.
    • Catechism of the Catholic Church


      2041 The precepts of the Church are set in the context of a moral life bound to and nourished by liturgical life. The obligatory character of these positive laws decreed by the pastoral authorities is meant to guarantee to the faithful the very necessary minimum in the spirit of prayer and moral effort, in the growth in love of God and neighbor:

      2042 The first precept ("You shall attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation and rest from servile labor") requires the faithful to sanctify the day commemorating the Resurrection of the Lord as well as the principal liturgical feasts honoring the mysteries of the Lord, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the saints; in the first place, by participating in the Eucharistic celebration, in which the Christian community is gathered, and by resting from those works and activities which could impede such a sanctification of these days.82

      The second precept ("You shall confess your sins at least once a year") ensures preparation for the Eucharist by the reception of the sacrament of reconciliation, which continues Baptism's work of conversion and forgiveness.83

      The third precept ("You shall receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter season") guarantees as a minimum the reception of the Lord's Body and Blood in connection with the Paschal feasts, the origin and center of the Christian liturgy.84

      2043 The fourth precept ("You shall observe the days of fasting and abstinence established by the Church") ensures the times of ascesis and penance which prepare us for the liturgical feasts and help us acquire mastery over our instincts and freedom of heart.85

      The fifth precept ("You shall help to provide for the needs of the Church") means that the faithful are obliged to assist with the material needs of the Church, each according to his own ability.86

      The faithful also have the duty of providing for the material needs of the Church, each according to his own abilities.87

    • St Patrick's Catholic Primary School – Kogarah
      36 Chapel Street
      Kogarah NSW 2217
      P: 02 9587 8998
      St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School is located in the St. George area. It was founded in 1862 and was originally staffed by lay teachers. The Sisters of St. Joseph provided the ministry for the school from the early 1900's until 1986. Since this time, lay leadership has been under the direction of the Catholic Education Office, Sydney.
    • St Patrick's Green - Kogarah