Fawkner North Parish

Regular Parish Mass Times

St Matthew's Church
95 William St Fawkner North VIC3060

  • Sunday 9.00am, 11.00am Italian
  • Tuesday 9.30am
  • Wednesday 10.30am
  • Thursday 9.30am
  • Friday 9.30am
  • Saturday 5.30pm Vigil
Reconciliation
Saturday: 5.00pm or by appointment
Parish Address
95 William St
Fawkner North
VIC 3060 Australia
Postal Address
Contact Parish Office
Phone: (03) 9359 2369
Fax: (03) 9359 1726
Parish Information
Holy Hour: 8.30 First Friday of the Month
Weekday Rosary: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – 9.10am, Wednesday – 10am
Baptisms and Weddings: on request
 
Clergy
Administrator: Rev Florentino Galdo

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