Thank you, God, for Mass!

Updated Covid rules for places of worship in NSW:
(February 2021)
· 2sq metre rule both outdoors and indoors. We can have twice as many people in our churches!
· Outdoor Masses can have 3,000 (complying with 2sq metre rule) even with BYO chairs.
· Singing – No more than 5 performers should sing indoors, with 1.5m between choir members and 5m between choir and congregation. The congregation should not participate in singing or chanting indoors.
· Covid safe plans are still required for major events, i.e. our outdoor Masses.
Hygiene and social distancing are still important. (sanitising, masks for communion, etc)

Mass times

Please come back to check for updates

NB: No Mass at San Isidore on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday in January 2021.

Holy Trinity:
9am, 10:30am, 5:30pm
Mon-Sat 7am
Friday 10:15am
San Isidore:  
Saturday (vigil) 6pm  
Mon-Fri 6pm

Sunday 9am and 5.30pm Masses at Holy Trinity may be popular, so consider if you’re able to go at the other times.

To find out how we are keeping each other safe,

visit our Covid Safe page.

Confession and pastoral care

The Sacrament of Confession is again available at the usual times (Sat 11am to noon, prior to weekend Masses or by request). For Confession, pastoral care and other prayer options don’t hesitate to contact us.

Are you unable to get to Mass?

Here are some options for watching Mass online and for reflecting on the readings of the day.

St Mary Star of the Sea,

West Melbourne

Sunday and weekday Masses


Daily readings

Spiritual Communion

How to make a Spiritual Communion when you can’t get to Mass.

O HOLY ANGEL at my side, Go to Church for me,
Kneel in my place, at Holy Mass, Where I desire to be.

At Offertory, in my stead, Take all I am and own,
And place it as a sacrifice Upon the Altar Throne.

At Holy Consecration’s bell, Adore with Seraph’s love,
My Jesus hidden in the Host, Come down from Heaven above.

Then pray for those I dearly love, And those who cause me grief,
That Jesus’ Blood may cleanse all hearts, And suff’ring souls relieve.

And when the priest Communion takes, Oh, bring my Lord to me,
That His sweet Heart may rest on mine, And I His temple be.

Pray that this Sacrifice Divine, May mankind’s sins efface;
Then bring me Jesus’ blessing home, The pledge of every grace. Amen

Fatima Prayers

Here are some other prayers when you wish you were at Mass and for other times of the day.

My God, I believe, I adore, I hope and I love Thee!
I beg pardon for those who do not believe, do not adore, do not hope and do not love Thee.

O Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I adore Thee profoundly.
I offer Thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which He is offended.
By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners.

Most Holy Trinity, I adore Thee! My God, my God, I love Thee in the Most Blessed Sacrament!

O Jesus, it is for love of You, for the conversion of sinners, and in reparation for the sins committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Morning Offering

For followers of Jesus of any age.

O Jesus,
through the Immaculate Heart of Mary,
I offer You my prayers, works,
joys and sufferings
of this day for all the intentions
of Your Sacred Heart,
in union with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
throughout the world,
in reparation for my sins,
for the intentions of all my relatives and friends,
and in particular
for the Holy Father. Amen.

This prayer has numerous variations, but the main idea is to start your day giving to God everything you may encounter during the upcoming day.

Pray the Rosary

any time, anywhere.

The mydailyrosary project was born in Melbourne when two friends, strolling coffee in hand, made a simple observation – praying the rosary is difficult!
We agreed that the rosary is so much easier when you pray ‘with’ someone, but it’s not always possible. A recording, however, means that you have a prayer buddy with you at any time.
These records have helped us pray our daily rosary – in the car, on a train, jogging, walking, cooking, cleaning, swimming – really anywhere.

Churches and Mass Times

When COVID-19 restrictions no longer apply, Mass times will be as follows, unless further changes are necessary.

Holy Trinity Church

Bardia Street Ashmont
Monday – Saturday – 7.00 am
Friday – 10.15 am
Sunday – 9.00 am
Sunday – 5.30 pm
Eucharistic Adoration Daily: 6am-7am
All Night Eucharistic Adoration Fridays: 9pm-7am.

Loreto Home of Compassion

Bardia Street Ashmont
Sunday – 10.30 am
Tuesday – 10.30 am
Monday – 5.45 pm
Thursday – 5.45 pm
Thursday – Eucharistic Adoration – 5.15 pm

Our Lady of the Blessed Eucharist Church

Benedict Avenue San Isidore
Wednesday – 5.45 pm
Vigil Saturday – 6.00 pm
Wednesday – Eucharistic Adoration – 5.15 pm

St Michael’s Church

Linton Street Collingullie
2nd Sunday each month (except January) – 9.30 am
Christmas Day – 9.30 am
Easter Sunday – 9.30 am