Mornington Parish

Regular Parish Mass Times

St Macartan's
4 Drake Street Mornington VIC3931

  • Sunday 9.00am, 11.00am, 5.00pm
  • Tuesday 9.15am
  • Wednesday 9.15am
  • Thursday 9.15am
  • Friday 9.15am
  • Saturday 9.15am, 6.00pm Vigil
Reconciliation

Saturdays and Wednesdays after 9:15am Mass

Parish Address
4 Drake St
Mornington
VIC 3931 Australia
Postal Address
Contact Parish Office
Phone: (03) 5975 2200
Fax: (03) 5977 2050
Parish Information

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Sunday 3:45pm-4:30pm (except 2nd Sunday)

 

Clergy
Parish Priest: Rev Geoffrey McIlroy
Parish Staff
Parish Secretary: Theresa Collard

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