All parishes have their own characters, activities, and special quirks that make them just a little bit different, a little bit special compared to everyone else. St John Bosco in Engadine, (about 35km south of Sydney) is no different! It is an incredibly active parish with a vibrant community, that sees a wide range of people come together to form the parish community. It has all the trappings of a normal parish, however one of its special quirks is that of the travelling Mary statues.

The events of parish life are always joyful at St Francis De Sales Parish in Salelologa.

On Sunday the 7th of July fifteen Ministers of the Word of God and twenty Ministers of the Eucharist made their renewals with the blessing of their ministry at the St Francis De Sales Parish in Salelologa, Savaii, Samoa. Their preparation begun the night before, with a seminar given by parish priest Fr Visesio Tovia Muliaga on the theme of “Faithful as God’s Servants”.

Introudcing the youngest parish of the East Asia - Oceania Region!

Saint John Bosco Parish of Nasinu, in Suva, Fiji is the baby of the Salesians in East-Asia Oceana, still in its infancy yet growing stronger day by day! Initial construction of the parish church begun last January and the presbytery has finally been opened but until now, the Parish hall has not been able to be completed, due to a year-long delay in the delivery of vital steel.

The parish of St Mary's of the Immaculate Conception in Avondale, New Zealand, is a community living and breathing the Kingdom of God

To be part of any parish means to be part of a true faith family. Central to our parish life is our celebration of the Eucharist. A mark of the vibrancy of any parish is how we, as members of the body of Christ, feel nourished and sent. Nourished by the gift of the Eucharist and strengthened by Christ to go out into the world to build up the Kingdom of God!.