Slovenian Catholic Mission Parish

Regular Parish Mass Times

Sts. Cyril and Methodius
19 A’Beckett Street Kew VIC3101

  • Sunday 10.00am Slovenian Except 2nd Sunday at 9.00am
  • Monday 8.00am
  • Tuesday 8.00am
  • Wednesday 8.00am
  • Thursday 8.00am
  • Friday 10.00am
  • Saturday 10.00am
Parish Address
19 A’Beckett Street
VIC 3101 Australia
Postal Address
PO Box 197
VIC 3101
Contact Parish Office
Phone: (03) 9853 7787
Alternate Email:
Parish Information


The Religious Centre: The church and pastoral care for the Slovenians in Victoria and Tasmania.

The Cultural Centre: The publication of bi-monthly religious and cultural magazine Misli – Thoughts, the publication of books and school text books. There is also a library and book shop, housing an archive of documentation, photographs, slides, films, videos, DVD-s and Slovenian migrant magazines from all over the world. The premises stocks Slovenian national costumes from different regions, church cultural robes, theatrical costumes, props and memorabilia. Different cultural programs are held in the church hall.

The Social Centre: The Pastoral team members counsel all who need support and provides aid to people with different legal issues from Slovenia; they also help hostel residents and others. Baraga Hostel has 11 tenants. The former aged care facility Mother Romana Home is leased to Servants Community Housing and accommodating 24 people in need. The Ladies Auxiliary Group St. Ema prepares monthly lunches and provides for other social events in the church hall. The Prayer Group meets weekly in the church and for social gatherings.

Baraga House also houses a Slovenian Welfare and Information Office and is a place for different community gatherings and meetings. Baraga Library is occasionally used by the Slovenian Embassy from Canberra for consular services.

The Education Centre: Slovenian Slomšek School and occasional workshops.

Parish Priest: Rev Ciril A. Božic OFM

Melbourne Catholic News


Discernment papers for Plenary Council released

Australian Catholic Bishops Conference   Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB says the six discernment papers for the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia signify the latest milestone as the Church ...
Read More

The first gift at Pentecost

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli   Homily: Pentecost (Year A)     Here’s a question to ask yourself: What did the Holy Spirit give as the first gift to the disciples at Pentecost?   We might ...
Read More

40 years of ecumenical prayer and friendship

Communications Office   A Melbourne Catholic parish is celebrating 40 years of ecumenical prayer and friendship with neighbouring Christian churches. Yesterday, Pentecost Sunday, marked the ...
Read More

The Layers of Pentecost

Andrew Hamilton     Pentecost Sunday recalls the time when the Holy Spirit came down on the Church. It also continues to remind us that, both in our personal lives and society, God does not do ...
Read More

Back to school: Phase one

Catholic Education Melbourne     Students and teachers in Melbourne’s Catholic schools were reunited as the first phase of the return to classroom teaching began yesterday. Following a ...
Read More

Palliative Care: Disability and dying well

VMCH    Palliative Care is not a comfortable topic for most. Though it is fair to say it’s more accepted in an aged care setting where the person has “lived a good life” and death is the next ...
Read More