Live Stream & Updates

Due to a few technical difficulties, the only way to access our livestreamed Mass (Sunday mornings 11am) is by clicking here (or searching for "St Paul Apostle Catholic Community" on Facebook). The live stream will begin 10-15 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the service.

Fr Brendan's latest video message (15 December 2020):

Using our QR Code:

From this weekend (12/13 December), bookings are no longer required to join us for Mass. We have set up the church to enable 200 people to gather per Mass. In order to have this many people, we are required to use a QR Code check-in system, which must be scanned every time you come into the church. To use this, pelase follow the instructions below.

  1. Download the "Service Victoria" app on your phone
  2. On arrival at the church, open this app and click "Quick Check-in" at the bottom
  3. Scan the barcode that is posted at each entrance to the church
  4. Enter your name(s) ad a contact number, and click "Check-in to this location."

If you are unsure of this process, please arrive 15 minutes before Mass and someone will be there to help you.

For those who do not have a smartphone, or are unable to use this system, please bring along a piece of paper with your name (as well as the names of those with you) and a contact number, which must be placed in the basket near the entrance.



Welcome to the Home Page of St Paul Apostle Catholic Community, Endeavour Hills Vic.

We are a culturally rich community of people. Our families were born in more than 75 countries.

We were established in 1980, and are now have the privilege of being in the pastoral care of the Passionists, an international religious community.

Our motto is “One Family”. This is our challenge.
The following pages tell you some of our story, how we live as a Christian Community, our worship and service, in the Catholic Church today.

Acknowledgement of Land

The lands on which St Paul Apostle Parish stands were first the country of the Bunurong People who are part of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge with respect their ancestors and leaders past and present. We commit ourselves to respectfully use this land that God has given us.


'With the grace of the Holy Spirit, we, the community of St Paul Apostle Parish, strive to live as 'One Family'. Inspired by the Good News of Jesus we aim to be a welcoming community Filled with joy and faith, we are open to the challenges of our times and especially to seeing Christ in the people and communities whom we serve'

Stewardship / Thanksgiving / Donations:

Stewardship: Our shared mission.

The planned giving program affords us the opportunity to share in the mission of our parish community.  It allows us to continue to maintain our place of worship and our outreach programs.  Our parish prayer states:

   “Make us passionate and courageous in our mission of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ” 

We share this good news with each other and we extend this sharing by serving the more needy in our world.

Stewardship means taking responsibility for each other and caring for the most vulnerable.  Information about how to contribute to our Thanksgiving / Stewardship program or donations can be found by clicking here 

Thank you for your support.



20 December 2020, Fourt Sunday of ADVENT Year B, Click here to read
13 December 2020, Third Sunday of ADVENT Year B, Click here to read
6 December 2020, Second Sunday of ADVENT Year b, Click here to read
29 November 2020, First Sunday of ADVENT Year B, Click here to read
22 November 2020, Feast of Christ the King, Click here to read
15 November 2020, 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A, Click here to rea
Weekly Mass booklet:
27 December 2020, Feast of the Holy Family, Click here to read


Messages from Fr Brendan:

6 June, 2020, Fr Brendan formal introduction of the Passionists Fathers and Brother in the Community Click here to read 
17 April 2020, Parish Team plan on making contact with elderly, especially those who are living alone. We have more information on parish thanksgiving/ donations  Click here to read   
1 April 2020, Update on lock down situation. Mass & timetable for Holy Week Click here to read

26 March 2020, Latest guideline based on the most recent letter from the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne Click here to read
25 March 2020, Information about live streamed mass and printed booklets available from the Parish Office to follow mass at home. Click here to read
20 March 2020, Guidelines from Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne  to suspend all Masses from this weekend until further notice. Click here to read

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