Please click on the links below to book for all Masses.

Booking links will open at 7pm each Friday, for the coming week


THIS WEEKEND 23/24 January :


6pm         https://www.trybooking.com/BOCYB

9am         https://www.trybooking.com/BOCXV

10.30am         https://www.trybooking.com/BOCXZ

For weekend Masses :

    1. It is very helpful, but not essential, to bring your ticket to be scanned,

       either printed or on your phone

    2. Please come early. You need to line up and be 'checked in'.

    3. Thank you for wearing your mask


 

Weekday Masses :   (any problem, please copy & paste the link into your browser)

Tues 9.30am :       NO MASS Australia Day Public holiday

Wed 9.30am          https://www.trybooking.com/BOGTQ

Thurs 9.30am :      https://www.trybooking.com/BOGTU

Fri 12 noon :          https://www.trybooking.com/BOGTX


NEXT WEEKEND 30/31 January :


6pm         https://www.trybooking.com/BOGTF

9am         https://www.trybooking.com/BOGTI

10.30am      https://www.trybooking.com/BOGTK

 

Parish Office : 9am-4pm Tues-Fri. 


Phone :           52 432 739  Please leave a message. 


email :            belmont@cam.org.au

  •  Sacraments :

    Please contact the Parish Office for current information re Baptism, Eucharist,
    Reconciliation & Confirmation.
    Baptisms can be booked for Sunday at 12 noon, with 12 people attending from each family. Please contact the Parish Office for further information & bookings. 
     
    Mass on TV, radio or online :
     

    Sunday Mass on TV :   Channel 10              6-6.30am            

      

                                           Channel 31 or 44   11am  St Patrick's Cathedral

     

     Sunday mass on Radio :   7.00am Light FM 89.9 (Fr K Dillon)                                                                                                         10.00am Pulse FM                  (St Mary’s)

    Mass on line - view live   Sunday - 11am ;   week days - 1pm                                       https://melbournecatholic.org.au/Mass     (St Patrick's Cathedral)

     

    To find mass in other languages visit :                                        http://multiculturalcare.org.au/diversity/faith-online/

     

    Prayer resources : 

    The Saving Word (Sunday readings) – email belmont@cam.org.au
    Children’s worksheet  – email belmont@cam.org.au

  • The Bishops Conference is providing resources to support people's prayer life, including links to online Masses and a Sunday prayer resource. They can be accessed on this page.


    Visit the website of the  Archdiocese of Melbourne.

    https://cathfamily.org/cathkids-faith-unlimited  CathKids Special Offer : weekly interactive experience with a short animated video on the Sunday reading, questions to stimulate discussion, a simple activity, and prayer. For children aged 7-12

        St Bernard’s prayer & community… 

    Gatherings suspended, following current Government guidelines

    St Vincent de Paul                        Widowed & Social Group

    Charismatic Prayer                       Men's Group              Playgroup

    Knights of the Southern Cross   Friday communion (suspended until Nursing Homes re-open)


    Please contact the Office, for current status of activities described below.

     
     
     
     
     
    Neighbourhood Meals

    A personal invitation is issued to each parish household - one small area of the Parish at a time - to share a simple meal with nearby parishioners.

     
     
     

     

     
    Justice Network

    Each month, a meeting is held to learn about and discuss a variety of justice topics, lead by a qualified speaker. Meetings are advertised in the Parish Bulletin and all are welcome.

     
     
     

     

    RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)

    A program of instruction and formation in the Catholic faith is held each year from September to Easter of the following year. Contact the Parish Office for more information.

     

     
     

    ~St Bernard’s Parish community is proud to acknowledge the Wathaurong People as the first custodians and original inhabitants of the area. May we find continued unity in our shared love of this land.~