Message from the Apolistic Administrator
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.
We hope this website will be of service to all outside the Diocese who seek to learn something of our Catholic life.
Latest News & Events
Directives for Churches and Chapels within the Bunbury Diocese Phase 3 of Western Australia’s COVID Roadmap
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,The Western Australian Government has implemented the COVID-19 Roadmap. The WA COVID-19 Roadmap is a four-phase roadmap which has been developed in conjunction with the National Cabinet principles and is […]
First Reading – Is 50:4-7 I did not cover my face against insult and I know I will not be ashamed. The Lord has given me a disciple’s tongue. So that I may know how to […]
TO PARISHIONERS OF PARISHES IN THE BUNBURY DIOCESEDear Brothers and SistersFor the first time in our memories, it is no longer possible to celebrate public masses in Australia. No one can say how long this […]
Bunbury Diocese Thurs 30 Apr – Mon 4 May 2020 Our Lady’s Assumption Church, Mandurah. Midday 30 April to 9.30 am 1 May St Patrick’s Cathedral, BunburyMidday to 4.30pm 1 May Carmelite Monastery, Gelorup 5.30 […]
Dear ParishionersLast June, our Diocese celebrated its first Synod as envisaged by the Second Vatican Council and encouraged by Pope Francis. The purpose of this Pastoral Letter is to share with all the fruits of […]
Dear Brothers and Sisters in ChristDuring this past week, the lower house of the Western Australian Parliament, the Legislative Assembly, voted to pass the draft legislation which would legalise euthanasia in our State. The draft […]
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