Welcome to our Catholic Parish of Innaloo-Karrinyup. Our Parish Community is home to many cultures expressing one faith.
We seek to express and nourish our faith through prayerful and meaningful worship centered on the Sunday Eucharist, and through outreach in a spirit of love and service.
We strive to support families in their faith life, providing opportunities for family Masses and sacramental preparation for children. We are blessed to share in this vital task with our two Catholic Schools and their dedicated staff.
Our Parish fosters a strong community spirit through a variety of social events during the year, and outreach to those in need.
We are very aware of the mission given to us by Jesus Christ, and endeavour to respond to that mission in our times. We live in challenging and complex times, and we know that our Faith is the true basis of wisdom and peace.
You are warmly welcome to contact us at any time, to join us for worship and to share your gifts and talents with our community.
Inspired by Christ, we continue to be a welcoming and inclusive community.
The Innaloo/Karrinyup Catholic Community, centered on the teachings of Christ, strives to build a strong sense of belonging. Celebrating and sharing the love of Christ, we reach out to bring compassion and hope to others.
- 2024 Presentation and Enrolment MassesOur parish community looks forward to welcoming all families of school-aged children preparing to receive the Sacraments this year who will be making their commitment and enrolling in the 2024 Parish Sacramental Program during our parish masses over the next three weekends. The commitment masses are an integral part of the Sacramental Program and an […]
- 2024 Sacramental Program Parent EveningAn information session for parents of children who would like to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation, First Holy Communion or Confirmation will be held this evening, Wednesday 21 February 2024. This meeting is an essential part of the part sacramental program and it is a requirement that at least one parent/caregiver of a child receiving […]
- Ash WednesdayThe season of Lent begins early this year with Ash Wednesday being observed on 14 February. “During this season Catholics are called to enter more deeply into the mystery of Jesus’ suffering, death and Resurrection at Easter. The season of Lent offers Catholics an opportunity to reflect on where they have failed to love God, […]
- A Christmas MessageThe Nativity of The Lord Dear Sisters and Brothers, The Christmas season is the time for celebrating and rejoicing in gifts! The supreme gift, of course, is not a “thing”, but a human being sent by God. He is Jesus, “God with us”. We rejoice in the gift of Jesus in our life, and the […]
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