Access to Churches and public Masses is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions across Victoria.  Masses outdoors are now permitted. Please see the latest advice as at 8 October 2020  to understand how your parish may be impacted. A Dispensation is in place for attending a weekly Mass in person.


Weekend Masses live streamed in our Diocese: 

Berwick :Saturday 6pm. (Facebook)

Cranbourne :Saturday 6pm and Sunday 9am. Plus Daily at 9.30am. (YouTube and Facebook)

Clyde North : Daily 9am. (Facebook)

Drouin and Warragul: Saturday 6pm loaded to Facebook post Mass. 

Iona-Maryknoll and Koo Wee Rup: 9.30am Sunday. (YouTube)

Narre Warren: Daily Wed-Sunday 9.30am. (YouTube)

Sale Cathedral: 9.30am Sunday (YouTube)  

Pakenham: 10am Sunday (YouTube)

Check these links for other live streams such as additional daily Masses, Rosary or Adoration.

Bishop-elect Greg Bennet's Hello to the Diocese of Sale as posted to social media 



With access to churches limited throughout Victoria  since March a dispensation is in place for attending weekly Mass in person, as per the Letter from Victorian Bishops (18 March 2020). 

Provided here is access to online Mass streams and other prayer resources.

Further options


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:

My Jesus,
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.



For more weekly resource updates see: 


You can also access more prayer resources on our Prayer and Reflection page.


Parishioners are requested to keep in touch through personal Prayer at this difficult time.


Updated COVID guidelines regarding the celebration of Outdoor Mass (8 October 2020)


Other information and News 

An Open Letter to the Premier from the Catholic Bishops of Victoria