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Coming Events


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.

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

Celebration in honour of Our Lady of Mount Carmel  2022
A Grace Filled Afternoon is keenly anticipated

We have so often felt enormous graces have been associated with this Feast.  Bring all your petitions and lay them at the feet of Our Lady.  Come and receive great blessings and help from your heavenly Mother on Sunday 10th July.

There is something so special, beautiful and powerful about Our Lady of Mount Carmel.  To get a glimpse of its power one only has to reflect on the fact that some of the greatest saints of all time have come from that special order that falls under Our Lady’s mantle.  We recall the brilliant St John of the Cross, the great St Therese of Jesus, and the universally loved and powerful , St Therese of Lisieux, otherwise known as the “Little Flower.”  Throughout the world the Little Flower is particularly loved, and her powerful intercession so often felt.  So we do have a great deal to thank God for, with so many graces coming to us through Our Lady of My Carmel.

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Friday 1st July 

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 2nd July

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

Sunday 10th July

1:30 PM St Colman's Church

293 Carlisle Street 



Feast of Our Lady of Mt Carmel

But there is more.  By wearing the scapular, the ordinary faithful too receive the special protection of Our Heavenly Mother under the title of Our Lady of Carmel. That is a great thing. There will be enrolment in the Scapular on the day.

Regarding the scapular, there will be free scapulars distributed on the day for those who attend.  The scapular is the sacramental that is so highly favoured.  No other sacramental has been recommended by so many popes and saints throughout history.  Why Heaven itself recommends it.  That is why the last apparition of Our Lady at Lourdes occurred on the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in 1858.  Then, on the last and brilliant apparition at Fatima,13th October , 1917, Our Lady appeared as Our Lady of Mount Carmel.   After all, what did our Lady promise St Dominic?   “One day through the Rosary and the Scapular I will save the World.” 

There have been so many instances in history in which people have been saved through the wearing of the scapular.  People saved from drowning, people saved from bullets which have ricocheted off the cloth.  So many miracles.  However, saints such as the Cure of Ars, the great St John Vianney would explain that the greatest protection is the spiritual protection that Our Lady gives to those who wear the Scapular. 

Do take this unique opportunity and join us.  If you already love Our Lady of Mt Carmel, then come along to thank and glorify God for the protection and aid He has given us through Our Lady.  If you are wanting to place yourself under Our Lady’s care for the first time then this  celebration is the perfect opportunity.  Never before have we needed Our Lady’s protection more than now. 

There will be enrolment in Our Lady’s Scapular of Mount Carmel.  We are blessed to  be having a Carmelite Priest to make this enrolment for us. 

There will be free Scapulars given away to all present.   

What a great blessing too to have with us the First Class Relics of three of the greatest Saints of all time, all of whom are doctors of the Church: St John of the Cross, St Therese of Avila, and St Therese of the Child Jesus.    These precious relics will be available for veneration  on this one day only.  Come and pray for their intercession.

Don’t miss this unique and wonderful opportunity 

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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