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
Latest News & Events
On the 5th April 2016 Father Robert celebrated his 50th birthday. The parish couldn’t let this occasion go by without a celebration and gathered in the parish hall. A bring and share lunch, delicious cake […]
St Damien’s Sunday Lunch for Parishioners, Seniors, and those who have no-one to join for lunch is held a couple of times during the term, with two or three students from Mandurah Catholic College, joining […]
Mandurah Catholic College’s Early Childhood area was awash with hues of blue on Friday, 1 April in recognition of Autism Awareness Day. Students wore blue T-shirts to mark the day and decorated hands of friendship […]
Christ the Living Vine Parish, Leschenault held a Parish Lenten Retreat with Emeritus Archbishop Hickey
For the second year, Christ the Living Vine held a Parish Lenten retreat on Holy Monday. This was led by Emeritus Archbishop Barry Hickey. All who attended felt it was a beautiful way to enter […]
Jennifer Lee Deleo receiving the sacraments of initiation at the Easter vigil is pictured here with her family and Fr Jayan Johnson.
Some Parishioners of Our Lady’s Assumption Catholic Church gave a very moving presentation of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday. This commemoration of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ was staged on Mandurah Eastern […]
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