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.
- 2023 Christmas Mass ScheduleThe Catholic Parish of Innaloo/ Karrinyup invites you to join us to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ at one of the following Christmas Masses: Christmas Eve 5.30 PM Our Lady of Good Counsel School, Karrinyup (Outdoor Mass)Carols from 5.00 PMChildren are encouraged to come dressed as a character from the Nativity.Please bring your own […]
- Archbishop Costelloe’s 2023 Christmas LetterDear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, One of our popular Christmas Carols begins with these words: What child is this who, laid to rest on Mary’s lap, is sleeping? Very quickly, the carol moves to an answer: This, this, is Christ the King, the babe, the son of Mary. Each year, as Christmas comes around, […]
- Feast of the Immaculate Conception of MaryToday’s feast reminds us of the Church’s teaching that the Virgin Mary was conceived without the stain of original sin. This was a special and a fitting honour bestowed on one who would give birth to the Saviour. Mary still had to walk by faith through life and ponder the ways of God in her […]
- The Season of AdventAdvent marks the beginning of a new Church liturgical year, a time when we wait in joyful hope for the coming of our Lord. The circular Advent wreath, which holds the four Advent candles, is a symbol of the continuous love of God which has no beginning and no end. Traditionally, wreaths were made of […]
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