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Weekday Masses in Broken Hill:

Monday:         9.10am Mass in Cathedral joined                     by School during School Terms

Tuesday:        10am Mass in St. Anne’s Chapel,                     Eyre St. South Broken Hill

Wednesday:  8am Mass in Cathedral

                   234 Lane Street

Thursday:       8am Mass in Cathedral

                   234 Lane Street

Friday:             8am Mass in S Peter & Paul                     Church, North Broken Hill

                   10am Mass in Aruma Lodge, Beryl St.                     (third Friday of the month)

Saturday:       8am Mass in Cathedral

                   234 Lane Street

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Saturday:       12.00 noon to 12.30pm in the                     Bishop’s House Chapel.

Saturday:       5.15pm - 5.45pm in Cathedral.

Sunday Mass Times:


Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes

The Catholic Weekly


Catholic Education Office

Sacred Heart Parish Primary School

Armidale Diocesan Investment Group

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Welcome to Broken Hill Catholic

Sacred Heart Cathedral:

Corner of Sulphide

and Lane Streets,


Sunday Liturgy Times:

6pm Mass - Saturday

(Vigil of Sunday)

10am Mass - Sunday

6pm Vespers & Benediction

Ss Peter & Paul Church:

115 Murton Street


8am Mass - Sunday

St Patrick’s Church:

37 Yartla Street,


Next Mass: February 2nd

10am (EST) Mass:

First Saturday of the Month.

Other Weeks - Sundays:

10am EST Communion Service

St John’s Church

48-50 Woore Street, Wilcannia

Next Mass:  Febraury 17th  

5pm EST Mass:

Fourth Sunday of the Month.

Other Sundays:

Communion Service, 10am EST

The Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes

was given as Patroness in 1950

“Our Lady of perpetual Help”

upon request of Bishop Thomas Fox.

May her protection be given to all who pray to her and seek her help.

Mass of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

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Prayers are requested

for Farmers, Grazers and all people on the land and in mines and all travellers to the outback, that they may be protected and that God may provide rain for the land and the rivers in this time of draught.

For all the indigenous in our Diocese occupying the Western half of the State of New South Wales. They are the people of this land whose land we share and together must care for it. All the animals too that suffer with little water and food that they may survive.

The Gospel of Luke

Luke was an educated man, a physician, and he was a follower of Christ. He gathered information from different first-hand witnesses to many different occasions and to the actual words of Jesus, in order to write a good account of the life of Christ. Luke’s gospel includes Jesus’ birth, life, ministry, death, resurrection, and ascension.

 Luke was a loyal friend, travelling companion and co-worker with the Apostle Paul.

Luke’s gospel is the most detailed and orderly written account of the gospel writers. It is also in chronological order. It was written to the Gentiles (non-Jewish people). Luke was a Gentile and the only non-Jewish author all the books in the Bible.

Luke emphasizes the humanity of Jesus and how He was a friend to sinners.

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