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Catholic Parish Ivanhoe

Mass Details

COVID Lockdown, No Mass attendances. See Online Parish Mass and Mass On Demand below.

(for details see special COVID Notice on  Home  page)

Parish Online Mass Continues

Because of the extension of the lockdown there will again be a Parish Online Mass available this weekend,

recorded from Mother of God Church.

You can currently access our online Mass for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time. It will be updated around Noon Saturday   HERE.


Children’s Liturgy - Praying with Children, 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 19 September   HERE

The Praying with Children material that we posted on our website during the Covid Shutdown is once more available. It can be accessed on our website each weekend. The download is a wonderful way of engaging children in the Sunday Gospel.

Mass on Demand (streamed) from elsewhere

1. St Patrick's Cathedral Melbourne: Mass every day 1 pm  HERE  and on Sundays at 11:00am. Digital Channel 44 (previously known as C31)

2. Mass on demand  (Broken Bay Diocese)   HERE

3. Mass at Home (Channel 10 - need to register)   HERE


Angelus & Coffee - Keep in Touch via Zoom

Because of the extended lockdown we have reintroduced our Angelus & Coffee Group on Tuesday mornings at 9.15am via Zoom. If you have an internet connection, PC, mobile phone or Tablet you can join the group. Share some time on screen with other parishioners to pray together, catch up, share a story, stay in touch. To join the Zoom session click on Angelus & Coffee or go to link on our website home page or email or text Fr. Bill so that you can receive the weekly link to the zoom session. or 0427 879 733. 

Bring a coffee or your breakfast to the meeting.

Parish Calendar 2021  HERE


Also see on our News page:
  • Strange Sightings in Ivanhoe
  • Advisers and chairpersons named for Plenary Council.
  • Pope Francis: ‘I have never denied Communion to anyone.’
  • The world’s smallest army - just 140 soldiers - considers the ‘unthinkable’.
  • In Slovakia, Pope Francis calls for freedom in both civil society and Church.
  • The Plenary Council: Consulting the faithful.
  • Synods & Synodality take center stage.