Craigieburn Parish

Regular Parish Mass Times

Our Lady's
171 Craigieburn Road Craigieburn VIC3064

  • Sunday 8.00am, 11.00am, 4.00pm Filipino 2nd Sunday Only
  • Tuesday 9.15am
  • Thursday 9.15am
  • Friday 9.15am
  • Saturday 9.15am Mass, Novena and Benediction, 6.30pm Vigil

Good Samaritan
Southern Cross Drive Roxburgh Park VIC3064

  • Sunday 9.30am, 6.00pm
  • Wednesday 7.00pm
  • Friday 11.30am During School terms
Saturday: 10.00am At other times please contact the Parish Priest or Assistant Priest
Parish Address
171 Craigieburn Rd
VIC 3064 Australia
Postal Address
PO Box 64
VIC 3064
Contact Parish Office
Phone: (03) 9412 8490
Alternate Email:
Fax: (03) 9308 1727
Parish Priest: Rev Varghese Kurisingal
Parish Staff
Parish Admin: Mrs Karen Bettinotti

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