Timeline: 2010 – Today

2010 – Today

Date Event
December 11th 2011 Blessing of St Patrick’s Cathedral Bells
2011 Construction of new parish centre Our Lady’s Assumption Catholic Parish
2011 Dawesville established as a new parish, with the construction and dedication of the New St Damien’s Church.
2011 Construction begins on new parish hall Harvey Parish
2011 Restructuring of the Diocesan Pastoral Office and appointment of Rebecca Ward as Faith Manager
2011 Ordination of Frs Rochan and Francis for the Dioceses of Bunbury
2011 Opening of new ,Diocesan Office and Catholic Education Office
2011 Closure of St Mary’s and St Thomas’s churches Bunbury
March 17 2011 Dedication of St Patricks Cathedral & Cathedral Precinct
2005 – 2011 Planning and construction of the new St Patricks Cathedral
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