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A 4 minute plus video of the procession during the 

recent "Walk With Mary"

that took place on 7th April.

The "walk" had been preceded by Holy Mass at St Patrick's Cathedral with Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli and was and was followed by Evensong at St Paul's Cathedral with Bishop Lindsay Urwin.

Feast of Our Lady of Fatima 2022
Please come and honour Our Mother 
in Her Month of May

A Two minute video clip of the recent Eucharistic Procession for the Feast of Christ the King

Saturday 24th November, 2018

St Patrick's Cathedral,

Melbourne, Australia

main celebrant:

Most Rev. Bishop Mark Edwards

Our late Holy Father, Saint John Paul II  said in his    visit to Fatima in 1991, “The new condition of the people and of the Church is still dangerous and unstable. Therefore, Mother, we need you and ask that you reveal your love to each one of your children and to the nations” (cf. May 13)

Our Lady of Fatima is  associated with some of the most significant historical and spiritual events of the last century. The truth of the apparitions was demonstrated through the amazing  miracle of the sun in which on October 13th, 1917 everyone in a crowd of approximately 100,000 witnessed an incredible solar phenomenon.  This phenomenon was witnessed by both believers and atheists alike and was so dramatic that most of those present  thought it was going to be the end of the world.

Fatima Poster 2022.jpg




Friday 6th May 

First Friday 

Masses and Devotions

Novena to the Most

Sacred Heart of Jesus

7.00 PM

Adoration and Prayers in honour of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus followed by Holy Mass. 

St Joseph's Church

71 Orrong Road



Saturday 7th May

First Saturday

Mass and Devotions

10.30 AM 

Adoration, Prayers as requested by Our Lady of Fatima,  Holy Mass.

Confessions Available

St Colman's Church

293 Carlisle St , Balaclava

Saturday 15th May

1:30 pm 

Adoration, Prayers as requested by Our Lady of Fatima,  Holy Mass.

Confessions Available

St Colman's Church

293 Carlisle St , Balaclava

  The effect on those who witnessed this miracle was profound.  People converted.   Our Lady of Fatima predicted the end of the First World War and the beginning of the Second World War. Our Lady  predicted the spreading of the errors of atheistic  Communism throughout the world.  Our Lady predicted the assassination attempt on St John Paul II.  This took place on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, 1981.  Subsequently Pope John Paul II consecrated the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.  The then surviving visionary the Servant of God, Sister  Lucia Santos explained that this act prevented a nuclear war that would have otherwise have occurred in 1985, and that this consecration also led to the fall of communism in the former Soviet Union.  

God wants to give all of us an important and personal message through Our Lady  and remind us of  timeless and unchanging divine realities.  

Firstly God indicated that His victory would come through Our Lady.  It is as if God has entrusted these times to Her and is pleased to be victorious through Her.

She told us that in the end Her Immaculate Heart would triumph. 

Secondly and most importantly Fatima comes to us with a warning, a loving warning, but nevertheless a warning.  In one of the visions Our Lady opened her hands and in doing so the three visionaries saw the fires of hell and many, many souls going there because no one is praying for them.  It was revealed that most of the souls going there are doing so because of sins of impurity.

In our evil age in which sexual promiscuity is promoted as well as all forms of deviant sexual behaviour, it is good for us to remember that this is all part of the final battle between God and the enemy.  Let us stand on the right side of history and be part of His victory by remaining pure, humble and with His grace let us dare to say holy, as we await the promised triumph of the Immaculate Heart.  

What else can we do?  We can pray, make sacrifices for poor sinners, we can wear the scapular and pray faithfully the powerful rosary daily.  Also please do join us on the 15th to make a beautiful and pleasing tribute that will bring great blessings upon us.  Weather permitting a procession will also take place.  Please do join us.


February 14, 2016

Getting There

St Colman's Church is at 

293 Carlisle Street Balaclava


By Tram:

Tram route 3 and 16 will take you to

St Colman's Church, and stop 39

is right in front of the Church.

By Train:

Balaclava Station,

which is on the Sandringham line

is just a few minutes walk

from the Church.

By Car:

St Colman's Church is

conveniently located

and is just a few minutes from both

Dandenong Road and

Nepean Highway.

There is a large carpark at the rear

of the Church.

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