Message from Bishop
The Catholic Diocese of Bunbury welcomes you. This website serves as a means of communication for our parishes, scattered across the South-Western portion of the State of Western Australia.
Ours is one of the most rapidly growing dioceses in the country. It includes some of the most rapidly increasing population centres in Australia.
I hope this website will be of service to all outside the Diocese who seek to learn something of our Catholic life.
The Most Reverend Gerard Holohan
Bishop of Bunbury
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Latest News & Events
My dear people Who could not be shocked, horrified and disgusted to learn this past week of the scale of allegations of child abuse against priests, made by survivors who came forward to the Royal […]
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, I write to you as the final hearing involving the Catholic Church at the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse commences on February 6, 2017. For the victims and […]
The Parish Liturgy Committee recently organised a special Mass to celebrate NAIDOC Week. Thank you to Robyn Cartell, who teaches at Busselton High School, for approaching some Wardandi Elders who work at the School to […]
St Patrick’s Katanning parishioners joined the Filipino community in celebrating their Independence Day on Sunday June 12th 2016. The day began with Holy Mass at 10.30am and was followed by lunch, entertainment, presentation of Philippine […]
A strategic partnership has been entered into between the Bunbury CDF and the CDF partnership of the Archdiocese of Melbourne and Diocese of Sale. The partnership will deliver improved outcomes that will enhance the mission […]
Last year CatholicCare was very pleased to be able to provide a distribution of funds to the Albany Apostleship of the Sea. This significant donation, together with other donations from the Australian Mariners Welfare Society […]
Did you know...
Catholics across the Diocese
Saint Vincent de Paul conferences helping
people across the region each year
Hospital beds where
people receive medical services every year
students across the diocese