About the parish

The parish of Innaloo/Karrinyup is made up of St Dominic's and Our Lady of Good Counsel. These parishes were amalgamated in 2004.
There are two primary schools: 
St Dominic's Catholic Primary School in Beatrice Street, Innaloo  
Link to St Dominics School  and
Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Primary School in Miles Street, Karrinyup. Link to Our Lady of Good Counsel School

Other Liturgies and Sacraments

Healing Mass and Anointing  St Dominic's 1st Saturday 9am, Our Lady of Good Counsel (Advent & Lent) 1st Friday 7.30am.
Children's Litgurgy (School terms only) St Dominic's  Sunday Mass 9.30am.  Our Lady of Good Counsel Sunday Mass 8.00am. 1st Sunday of month (see Parish Groups for more detail).
Baptism phone parish Priest 9245 3899 or parish office 9446 1666
Reconcilliation St Dominic's 1st and 4th Saturday after 9am Mass and Our Lady of Good Counsel 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturday after 9am Mass.
Marriage by appointment with Priest/Deacon - phone parish office 9446 1666.
Blessed Sacrament Adoration St Dominic's Wednesday 8.15am (after Mass8am) to 12 noon and Our Lady of Good Counsel 5th Saturday 9.30am. 
Benediction St Dominic's First Friday; Our Lady of Good Counsel Fifth Saturday.
Parish Groups  see parish bulletin and parish groups tabs for details. 

Other Parish Administrative Details

The parish ministers to a number of aged care facilities in the area. Marian Villas in Thomas Way is administered by the parish for Homes West. 

There are two parish centres which are mainly used by parish groups (see tabs down left side of page), and a few outside groups.
For parish centre use for St Dominic's contact Stanley Menezes 9445 7890  and for Our Lady of Good Counsel contact Moya Riou 9447 0963 .


Community Care Program

Outreach in the parish in conjunction with the school communities:

From time to time, members within our school and parish community need help, whether it be to provide a meal for a family whose child is in hospital or to assist with day-to-day chores in times of need. For the last year, we have been operating a community care program where volunteers have very kindly offered a helping hand to parishioners and school families in need. Since we have new families joining our community and people’s circumstances change, we need to update this list. Even if you were on our list from last year, we ask that you please register your commitment again for this year.

As we are joined by one parish, St Dominic’s School and Our Lady of Good Counsel School are both running this program; however, we will each be operating from two different registers of volunteers and offering support to individuals within the school and church community we work with.

Our community care program works in the following manner: when a family advises the school or when a parishioner advises the parish priest that they are experiencing some type of difficulty or crisis, they will be contacted by a member of the school leadership team and asked if they have sufficient support or if they require assistance. If the family or individual expresses the need for support, the school leadership team member will ascertain what kind of help is required. They will then contact people on the register to provide assistance.

Requests for help will be treated with confidentiality and respect. We will work within the guidelines of the Catholic Education Western Australian and Privacy Legislation.

Volunteers are asked to provide only whatever support they can realistically give. This is not intended to be a time-consuming commitment but rather a ‘rally round’ to help community members in emergency situations.