Welcome to our Parish

Welcome to our community of faith. We seek to be a “community of communities, a sanctuary where the thirsty come to drink in the midst of their journey, and a centre of constant missionary outreach” (Evangelium Gaudium #28). Pope Francis has outlined a vision which reaches out with tenderness to those who are hurting, promotes an ecological care for our common home the earth, recognises the joy and challenge of human love and encourages richer social policies of concern for all. We are invited to share in this vision and be part of God’s mission in our world: “The mission that God entrusts to each one of us leads us from fear and introspection to a renewed realization that we find ourselves precisely when we give ourselves to others” (Pope Francis, World Mission Day 2020).

Mass Times

17 High Street, Glenelg SA 5045

Saturday 6pm, Sunday 10.30am & 5pm

Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church

36 Beadnall Tce, Glengowrie SA 5044

Sunday 9am

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church

36 Beadnall Tce, Glengowrie SA 5044

Sunday 9am

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church

Parish Information

Youth and Young Adults

Dear Young People … ‘Dream and live, be free and authentic, be the critical conscience of society.’ – Pope Francis

Becoming a Catholic

For adults inquiring about the Catholic religion, there is a process called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA).

Community Events

Glenelg Catholic Parish provides community activity space and social function venues that bring our community together.

“You shall obtain all you ask of me by the recitation of the Rosary”

 Promises of Our Lady for Praying the Rosary

Our Community

Latest Prayers

Holy Cloak of St Joseph

This precious treasury of prayers in honour of St. Joseph is to be prayed for 30 days, commemorating the earthly thirty years which St. Joseph spent in the company of our Lord. St. Teresa of Avila vouched for its efficaciousness, writing “If you really want to believe in it, prove it to yourself by reciting the Novena and you will be finally convinced.”

Daily Examen Prayer

A great way to pray is to look for God’s presence in your life. More than 400 years ago St. Ignatius Loyola encouraged prayer-filled mindfulness by proposing what has been called the Daily Examen. The Examen is a technique of prayerful reflection on the events of the day in order to detect God’s presence and to discern his direction for us.