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18:00PM – English Mass


09:00AM – Portuguese Mass

18:00PM – English Mass


08:00AM – English Mass


08:00AM – English Mass


18:00PM – English Mass


17:30PM – English Mass

19:00PM – Portuguese Mass


08:00AM – Portuguese Mass

10:00AM – English Mass

14:00PM – Sotho/Zulu Mass

Our Homilies

Here you will find our Sunday homilies, daily reflections, meditations and prayers focused on the Gospel, the gift of Divine Mercy, our Lord’s Passion, our Blessed Mother, the saint of the day, feasts of the liturgical year, daily Mass readings and much more! Below are links to various resources to inspire you on a daily basis.

Church Calendar

Mark your 2024 Christian calendar with these exciting events and festivals happening at St Patrick’s Catholic Church.

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Prayer Books, Prayer Cards, Prayers and more

Check out Our Gallery

We are glad that you are here to find out more about our wonderful Parish. We are a diverse and inclusive Parish that unites different nationalities to work hard each day to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to life through actions and words.

Pope’s Prayer Intention for January 2024

For people living on the margins – We pray for those persons living on the margins of society, in inhumane life conditions; may they not be overlooked by institutions and never considered of lesser importance.”

Our Lady of Sorrows Month: September

September is traditionally dedicated to the Seven Sorrows (or Dolours) of Mary and the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. This feast dates back to the 12th century…


The Scalabriniani Year

Conceived as a special time to a man ‘deeply in love with God and extraordinarily devoted to the Eucharist…

The Year of St. Joseph

In his letter, Pope Francis notes how, “Every day, for over forty years, following Lauds [Morning Prayer]” he has “recited a prayer to Saint Joseph taken from a nineteenth-century French prayer book…
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From The Archdiocese

The Give Campaign

GIVE with your heart and what you think is a fair amount. All of us are able to GIVE, those who work, scholars, students, pensioners … all of us. You know what expenses are and already pay for a bond, DStv, car, groceries, school fees and … much, much more. The church has the same expenses, so GIVE to the church first before you give to anyone else.

Our Church Ministries

No matter your age or life-stage, there’s always a way to get plugged into one of our ministries. Join us on Sundays throughout the year.