This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad.

(Psalm 118.24)

Jesus said: “Remain in my love.”

(John 15.9)

Jesus said: “Come, follow me!”

(Matthew 4.19)

For of His fullness we have all received, and grace upon grace.

(John 1:16)

Jesus said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”

(Mathew 19:26)

Jesus said: “If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; cut off from me you can do nothing.”

(John 15.5)

Welcome to St Agatha’s Parish Web Site.

St Agatha’s is a diverse community of Catholic believers, drawn together through our Baptism to help each other grow closer to God. We foster a warm and friendly environment in which people are nourished by the Word and the Eucharist. We are guided by the Holy Spirit to spread God’s kingdom on earth through our prayer, words and actions. We promote love, peace, equality, justice, forgiveness and compassion and we seek opportunities to help others, especially through interacting with, and responding to, those who are in any way poor and disadvantaged.

Christmas Mass Times 2023

Sunday Mass (morning)
7.30am, 9am, 10.30am

Christmas Eve (Sunday evening)
5pm; 7pm; 9pm;
11.15pm Christmas Carols
12 Midnight Mass

Christmas Day (Monday)
7.30am; 9.00am; 10.30am; 6pm.
Photo by Michael Payne on Unsplash

Normal Mass Times + Map

Mon – Fri 6:30am, 9:30am,
Weekend Masses 
Saturday 8am, 6pm (Vigil),
Sunday 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am, 6pm

Alpha - Come and See

An experience and an opportunity for everyone. You are invited to try it out.

Pope's Prayer Intentions

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During this time our usual Sunday Mass collections are down. Could you consider a single donation or small weekly contributions?

Parish Bulletin

Parish Bulletin
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Highlights from the Bulletin

24 Hours for the Lord

24 Hours for the Lord

Our response to Pope Francis’ call on churches around the world to keep their doors open for 24 hours to allow people to come in and sit in prayer…

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Pope’s February prayer intention

Pope’s February prayer intention

For parishes to be open communities, Parishes are not a exclusive clubs In a press release accompanying the second prayer intention of 2023, the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer network explains that with these words Pope Francis wants to remind all of us that there are no...

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Our Most Rev Anthony Randazzo DD JCL, Bishop of Broken Bay, has been elected President of the Federation of Catholic Bishops Conferences of Oceania (FCBCO) meeting in Suva, Fiji this week.The FCBCO is the regional grouping that comprises the Australian Bishops...

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Pope’s Prayer Intentions – Feb 2023

Pope’s Prayer Intentions – Feb 2023

For Parishes This month, we pray that parishes, placing communion at the centre, may increasingly become communities of faith, fraternity, and welcome towards those most in need. Pope Francis  

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Pray for Educators – Pope Francis

Pope Francis has asked the Catholic Church to pray for educators during the month of January, 2023. We pray that educators may be credible witnesses, teaching fraternity rather than competition and helping the youngest and most vulnerable above all.

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Child Rights

In this Diocesan Framework, we have profiled the Rights of the Child. We have situated these rights along with the spiritual rights our children enjoy in the first place as children of God.
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Past bulletin notices.

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Online Masses

Here are some links to a choice of other parishes that live stream Daily and Weekend Mass.

Our Lady of the Way (Lavendar Bay)
Hornsby Cathedral

Homilies & Ideas

Noteworthy Homilies & Material

Oct 16, 29th Sunday

In the parable of the unjust judge (Gospel: Luke 18:1-8) Jesus exhorts his disciples to pray continually and never to lose heart. The judge is approached by a widow - who represents the powerless ones. It is presumed that she has right on her side, but the judge is...

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Pope Francis on Twitter

Pope Prayer Intentions

Combination of all recent prayer intention videos from Pope Francis (24+)

Diocese videos

Quote of the week.

To you I call; for you will surely heed me, O God; turn your ear to me; hear my words . Guard me as the apple of your eye; in the shadow of your wings protect me.

Upcoming Events

24 Hours for the Lord

24 Hours for the Lord

Our response to Pope Francis’ call on churches around the world to keep their doors open for 24 hours to allow people to come in and sit in prayer…

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Advent 2021 enrichment

Advent 2021 enrichment

As we count down the days to Christmas during these difficult times, we pray that by meditating on God’s Word in these daily Advent and Christmas reflections, you may be graced with moments of silence to ponder in your heart (cf. Lk 2:19) the many “blessings” in your life—inspiring you in your call to “blessedness” (that is, “holiness”) where true happiness is gained (cf. Pope Francis, Gaudete et exsultate, 64).

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“May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.”      St Paul  (Galatians 6.14)

St Agatha's Catholic Parish,
Pennant Hills, NSW 2120
PO Box 127, Pennant Hills, NSW, 1715
20 Boundary Road, Pennant Hills NSW 2120, (Enter through Trebor Road – see Map)
Phone: 02 9484 1427  

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