MASS TIMES FOR 2021
The Victorian Government has announced extended lockdown for the Metropolitan Melbourne and some regional areas of Victoria. All Masses are therefore cancelled.
When we are able to gather for Mass you may book in using the QR code or book in with Eventbrite. Any issues with booking via Eventbrite – please email Frank Bartosy on firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Masses may accommodate a maximum of 200 people. MASKS MUST BE WORN.
Weekend Mass Times
- Saturday 6.00pm Vigil Mass
- Sunday 8.30am
- Sunday 10.00am
Weekday Mass Times
- Tuesday 6.00pm
- Wednesday 9.30am at Holy Family Hall, Frankston North
- Thursday 6.00pm
- Friday 9.15 am & Station of the Cross at 7:30pm during LENT (with Rosary before the service)
All changes and updates will be here on our website so please check back regularly.
Please allow time to check in and arrive at least 20 minutes before Mass starting time. You can book your family to come together but each person’s name must be included along with a contact number.
Our St. Anne’s Christmas Day Mass is available at our YouTube site: St Anne’s Seaford Parish or click on this link.
WHEN YOU CANNOT COME TO MASS
St. Anne’s past Masses online
Masses in other languages
Some alternatives to viewing Mass:
Sunday Mass with Fr. Andrew Jekot from St. Mary of the Cross Parish
Daily Mass is streamed each weekday at 12pm or 1pm either at St. Patrick’s or a local parish which alternates weekly.
Check here for the weekly schedule and links:
Eucharistic Adoration is streamed live from 9.30am
St. Patrick’s Cathedral Mass 11.00am Sunday
Mass for You at Home – Channel 10
This program has been allowing the faithful – particularly those with mobility problems – to participate in Mass from their homes for many years. Mass for You at Home is broadcast on Eleven and Network Ten on Sundays and Aurora Channel 173 on Foxtel every day.
It is also repeated each weekday around 12-1pm and 3.30pm. Check your TV guide for up to date information.
Pope Francis’ daily Mass
Pope Francis’ daily Masses are now available online through the Vatican’s website and YouTube channel. They are expected to continue to be available throughout the upcoming weeks.