Mary, Queen of the Family Parish is a welcoming, diverse, multicultural, Catholic community. We seek to live, teach and share the joy of the Gospel; to grow as disciples of Jesus through prayer, witness and action and to respond to the needs of the family in the Blacktown community and beyond.

Fr PeterOn behalf of the many leaders within the Parish of Mary, Queen of the Family, I would like to welcome you.
As first of the disciples, Mary offers a wonderful model for our own discipleship. As we meet together in prayer, May we both grow in faith and be nourished to share our faith with others.
To further become involved with the life and mission of the parish you could contact a member of the parish team.
Fr Peter Confeggi, Parish Priest.


Weekday Masses:

Mass: 8am Mon & Fri and 7.30pm Wed
Communion Service: 8am Tues & Thurs

Mass: 9am Tues, Thurs, Sat
Communion Service: 9am Mon, Wed, Fri
First Friday 7.30pm St Patrick’s

Sunday Masses:

5.30pm Saturday Vigil (St Patrick’s)
7.00am Sunday (St Patrick’s)
8.00am Sunday (St Michael’s)
9.30am Sunday (St Michael’s)
10.00am Sunday (St Patrick’s)
11.30am 4th Sunday—Filipino Mass (St Michael’s)
2.00pm Sunday—Sudanese Mass (St Patrick’s)
5.30pm Sunday (St Patrick’s)
6.00pm Sunday (St Michael’s)
12.00pm Syromalabar community 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays (St Michael’s)

Parish Bulletins and Liturgy Rosters

Parish Bulletins Google Rosters

Christmas Celebrations


Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Wednesday 7.00pm–7.25pm (St Michael’s)
Saturday 9.30am–10.25am (St Patrick’s)

Anointing of the Sick:

First Saturday during 9.00am Mass (St Patrick’s)
or by appointment, contact Parish Office


6.30pm–7.30pm Wednesday at St Michael’s
6:30pm–7:30pm First Friday at St Patrick’s

Baptisms, Marriages, Funerals:

By appointment. Please contact office for details.


St Michael’s Primary 9622 9910
St Patrick’s Primary 9621 4122
Nagle College 8887 4501
Patrician Bros. College 9671 3000
Catholic Early Learning
Centre (St Michael’s) 8814 8406

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#todaysgospel Friday, 28 Apr 2017: Friday of the second week of Easter

Jn 6:1-15

Jesus went off to the other side of the Sea of Galilee – or of Tiberias – and a large crowd followed him, impressed by the signs he gave by curing the sick. Jesus climbed the hillside, and sat down there with his disciples. It was shortly before the Jewish feast of Passover.
Looking up, Jesus saw the crowds approaching and said to Philip, ‘Where can we buy some bread for these people to eat?’ He only said this to test Philip; he himself knew exactly what he was going to do. Philip answered, ‘Two hundred denarii would only buy enough to give them a small piece each.’ One of his disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, said, ‘There is a small boy here with five barley loaves and two fish; but what is that between so many?’ Jesus said to them, ‘Make the people sit down.’ There was plenty of grass there, and as many as five thousand men sat down. Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and gave them out to all who were sitting ready; he then did the same with the fish, giving out as much as they wanted. When they had eaten enough he said to the disciples, ‘Pick up the pieces left over, so that nothing gets wasted.’ So they picked them up, and filled twelve hampers with scraps left over from the meal of five barley loaves. The people, seeing this sign that he had given, said, ‘This really is the prophet who is to come into the world.’ Jesus, who could see they were about to come and take him by force and make him king, escaped back to the hills by himself.

© The scriptural quotations are taken from the Jerusalem Bible, published and copyright 1966, 1967 and 1968 by Darton Longman and Todd Ltd and Doubleday & Co Inc, and used by permission of the publishers.
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