Mass Times

Saturday: 6:00pm

Sunday:  English: 9:00am

Polish: 11:00am (1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month)

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 9:00am  

Thursday: 7:00pm

Please note that for the two weeks of the school holidays (28th September-12th October) the Parish office  will only be open on Wednesday 30th September and Wednesday  7th October  from 8:30am-3:30pm. During this time the phone will be monitored for any urgent messages.

Congratulations to all our young  parishioners and their families who will be receiving the Sacrament of First Holy Communion  this Sunday Morninig. May they continue to develop a closer and fuller relationship with God.

Many thanks to all who have helped with this celebration.

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions at this stage we have no set date for the Parish fete. As such, we respectfully ask that for the time being, no donations be brought to the Parish.Thank you for your understanding.


Please check the Parish Website, Parish Doors and Foyer for a copy of the September and Counting Roster.


In June next year we will celebrate the 60th Anniversary of St Anthony’s Parish and the arrival of the Salvatorian Priests in Australia. This will be a big celebration for the Parish and we need to start getting ready now.

We are looking for ideas on how to celebrate this milestone and also for Parishioners who would like to join the Diamond Jubilee Committee, Please contact Fr Leonard or Geraldine Rees for more information.

As per the latest Directives for Churches and Chapels within the Archdiocese of Perth (3rd June 2020) as of Saturday 13th June Masses will be until further notice as follows:

Saturday:   Mass: 6:00pm

Sunday:  English Mass: 9:00am 

Polish Mass: 11:00am (1st & 3rd Sunday of the month)

Weekdays: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday Masses: 9:00am. Thursday Mass: 7:00pm

Please Note: The Government directives will be followed with a maximum of 150 attendees at each Mass (including essential personnel). Social distancing will be followed along with personal sanitising, church cleaning after each Mass and maintaining a record of attendees at each Mass. We will require volunteers to help with cleaning after each Mass.

To allow the Mass to start on time, please ensure you arrive early to fulfill the requirement.

The following guidelines will be in place to ensure safety for all attendees:

  • The front doors of the Church will remain locked.
  • Entrance and exit will be via hall doors only.
  • Doors to the hall will be opened 30 minutes prior to the commencement of each Mass.
  • Doors will be closed once the Mass has commenced and will not be opened again until Mass has finished.
  • No late comers will be admitted.
  • If you feel unwell, have flu/respiratory symptoms, elevated body temperatures or have been in contact in the previous fourteen (14) days with persons suspected to have, or who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, you will not be permitted to attend.
  • Hands sanitiser will be provided for you to use prior to entry. Donations of hand sanitiser, disinfectant spray or wipes (needs to state that it kills viruses), would be greatly appreciated.
  • Please refrain from entering areas of the Church that are blocked off.
  • Please sit in the chairs that are allocated, and in the positions marked. PLEASE DO NOT MOVE THE CHAIRS FROM THE ALLOCATED POSITIONS.
  • There will be no Offertory processions, no shaking of hands for the Sign of Peace and no collection (baskets will be available at the front of the altar for First and Second collection and for any donations for support of the Parish).
  • Communion may only be received in the hand.
  • At the conclusion of Mass please leave the Church as per the signed exits.
  • There will be NO morning tea after any Mass.

Please also note that Parishioners who are unable to attend Sunday Mass, continue to be dispensed of their obligation to attend Sunday Mass.

Thanks for all your understating and co-operation. Let us continue to love one another as Jesus loves us and support one another in prayers and in deeds.


Celebrating Sundays with Your Children

The following websites may be helpful for parents of primary school children duringthis time of Covid-19 social distancing. You will find readings and activities related to the Sunday Gospels. Families can gather on a Sunday and reflect on the Gospel with their children.


We are now on Facebook please look up St Anthony’s Catholic Parish—Greenmount.



Saturday: 10:00am-10:30am & 5:15pm-5:45pm



For sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, please contact the Parish Office on 9294 3504 and leave  a message on the answering machine for those times when the office is not attended.



The Parish Office is open Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9:00am-1:00pm.



In this time of crisis, our Parish, like many of you, will not receive the funds which are needed to cover our the running costs, if you are able to continue to finacially support our Parish and also Fr Leonard, you can do this by direct deposits or direct debit.

If you prefer to drop in your envelope they can be brought in on the days the office is open or left in the box outside the Parish office.

We are thankful and grateful for any donations made during this time of crises. May God Bless You.

Please remember to include your name in the reference section and envelope number, if you are on our envelope system. Details of the parish accounts are as follows:



St Anthonys Greenmount Church

BSB: 086-006

Account: 68781-3373


Fr Leonard

Salvatorian Fathers Fr L Macionczyk

BSB: 086-006

Account: 68825-3515


Liturgical Life

  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament >   Thursday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
  • Divine Mercy Chaplet >   Wednesday: 8:30am
  • Rosary > Tue: 8:30am;   Thu: 7:00pm;   Fri - Sat: 8:30am
  • Reconciliation >   Saturday: 10:00am to 10:30am & 5:15pm to 5:45pm or by request
  • Prayer for Vocations >   1st Thursday of the month: 7:00pm