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Massabielle 10 Jan 2021

Message from . Fri 3 Jul, 2020. Category: Massabielle

Latest COVID Update

Dear Parishioners:
As you know, NSW Health has provided an update on the guidelines and precautionary measures to stop the spread of the virus. In this update, the guidelines clearly address the situation of the places of worship.

It is now mandatory that people attending places of worship or religious services must wear a face mask. Please remember that non-compliance with this guideline will attract a $200 AUD on-the-spot fine for individuals.

Children under 12 are exempt but are encouraged to wear mask when practicable.
Please also keep in mind that the number of people attending religious gatherings has been limited back to a maximum of 100 people, once we reach the mandated number the church will be closed, we appreciate your understanding and support.

Due to the reduction on the number of people, the Pastoral Team has decided to rearrange the Mass times as follows to allow more people to participate in our Sunday Masses. The changes will start next weekend 9th of January.

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For weekend Masses, they will be as follow:
Saturday Evening 5:00 pm (Vigil)

Sunday Morning 7:00 am, 8:00 am, 9:00 am, 10:00 am (Live Streamed)

Sunday Evening 6:00 pm(Live Streamed)

For weekday Masses they will be as follow:

Monday 6:45 am

Tuesday 6:45 am

Wednesday 6:45 am and 9:15 am

Thursday 6:45 am and 9:15 am

Friday 6:45 am and 9:15 am

Saturday and Public Holidays 8:00 am.

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Who are we?

Our Mission

St Bernadette’s Parish Castle Hill of the Diocese of Parramatta is a welcoming missionary Catholic Community, nurturing its people in faith and service and seeking to reflect and share the compassion of Jesus Christ with our local community and beyond.

Our Patron Saint

Bernadette had precarious health, afflicted with asthma and other ailments. When Our Lady first appeared to her, Bernadette was fourteen years of age but had not made her first holy communion and was regarded as a very dull pupil. She was known, however, to be good, obedient and kind to her younger brothers and sisters, despite her poor health.

Our history

The history of St Bernadette’s parish began in Baulkham Hills, in the year 1849. For “Ten Pounds of Lawful British Money”, a contract was signed and sealed for the purchase of one and a half acres of land on the New Windsor Road which was to be the site for the first St Michael’s Church.

Parish Location

St. Bernadette’s Catholic Church

367 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill 2154

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