Masses live streamed in our Diocese:
Berwick: Saturday 6pm (Facebook)
Clyde North : Monday-Saturday 9.15am. Sunday: 9am. (Facebook)
Pakenham: Sunday 10am, Wednesday 10am. (Youtube)
Iona/Koo Wee Rup: Sunday (YouTube)
Narre Warren: Wednesday - Saturday 9.15am, Tuesday 7.30pm. Sunday 9am. (YouTube)
Newborough/Moe: Sunday (Facebook) This week (11/9) Saturday 4pm.
Sale (St Mary's Cathedral): Sunday 9.30am. (You Tube).
This list will be updated as information is received from Parish administrations. Last updated 10/09/2021
The Premier has announced the following easing of restrictions according to the Road Map.
Details of the restrictions are available at www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/
Weddings are allowed for 20 fully vaccinated people indoors OR 50 fully vaccinated people outdoors. DQ4 indoors and outdoors.
Funerals are permitted with up to 20 fully vaccinated people indoors OR 50 fully vaccinated people outdoors. DQ4 indoors and outdoors.
Religious ceremonies permitted for up to 20 fully vaccinated people indoors OR 50 people fully vaccinated outdoors subject to density limits. DQ4 indoors and outdoors.
Unknown Vaccination: 10 unvaccinated people indoors OR 20 unvaccinated people outdoors for all ceremonies, weddings, funerals and Mass, DQ4 to be applied.
Weddings are allowed for 30 fully vaccinated people indoors (DQ4), OR 100 fully vaccinated people outdoors (DQ2).
Funerals are permitted with up to 30 fully vaccinated people indoors (DQ4), OR 100 fully vaccinated people outdoors (DQ2).
Religious ceremonies permitted for up to 30 fully vaccinated people indoors (DQ4), OR 100 people fully vaccinated outdoors (DQ2).
Unknown Vaccinations: Permitted with up to 20 people per venue, plus those necessary to conduct the ceremony, DQ4 to be applied. (This does not mean unvaccinated people only but it is for anyone including fully vaccinated people. In other words, that we can continue to gather for Mass as we have been doing it in the past weeks without assessing anyone's vaccination status.)
Masks: Must be worn indoors and outdoors by all persons aged over 12 years.
*DQ2 – Density Quotient 1 person per 2 square metres
*DQ4 – Density Quotient 1 person per 4 square metres
If you are unwell please get tested.
Consider vaccination as soon as is practical for you See Bishop Greg Bennet's letter regarding Vaccinations from Feb 2021
We are pleased to be able to gather once again for the Eucharist and prayer under the guidelines of the Chief Health Officer.
We ask that you kindly use the QR code provided which indicates your attendance and validates your vaccination status. If you do not have a mobile phone, please sign in providing name, contact detail and signing the verification of your vaccination status.
Parishes are planning to be able to celebrate Masses for those who are unable to be vaccinated. Please check with your parish as to which Mass times are offered locally.
Parishes are adjusting to new routines associated with the easing of restrictions, we ask that you please be patient as your parish team puts new processes in place.
We thank you for your respectful care of your sisters and brothers in faith.
Further options for viewing Mass including TV
Mass for You at home on free- to- air Television, 6am Sunday morning Channel 10 HD (Channel 50) in Regional areas (note this recent change), Channel 10 and 10HD in Metropolitan areas.
Mass for you at home on demand
An Act of Spiritual Communion
The simple and loving act of Spiritual Communion (written by St. Alphonsus Liguori) can be made when we are unable to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist.
Pray these words:
I believe that You are in the Blessed Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I long for You in my soul.
Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart.
As though You have already come, I embrace You and unite myself entirely to You;
never permit me to be separated from You.