St Patrick’s Community Support Centre
For more than 45 years, St Patrick’s Community Support Centre has supported those experiencing homelessness, or at risk of experiencing homelessness, in the Fremantle and south west metropolitan area.
The Centre’s work is only possible through the generosity of its more than 150 volunteers. Click here to learn more.
The Pastoral Care of Fremantle Hospital is part of the Mission of the Fremantle Catholic Parish. Father Anthony Colbert OMI is the Catholic Chaplain to the hospital. Other Priests of the Oblate Community assist as required.
The Catholic Chaplain can be contacted through the hospital, or by phoning 0404 890 134, or by email at email@example.com.
Father David Shelton OMI of the Fremantle Oblate Community is a full time chaplain to the state’s prisons.
He may be contacted by phoning 0417 938 168, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stella Maris Seafarer’s Centre
The Centre was opened in 1947 as the Seaman’s Institute. It cares, both aboard ships and at the Centre, for the spiritual and material welfare of seafarers of any denomination during their visit to Fremantle or Kwinana ports.
The Centre can be contacted through Rev Patrick Moore on +61 (08) 9430 8488, 0414 703 408, or email@example.com.
Regis Aged Care, North Fremantle
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, who attend St Anne’s Church in North Fremantle, distribute the Eucharist to the Catholic residents in Regis Aged Care Facility. This follows the Sunday Mass and at times may include visitations to the home to distribute communion. On a monthly basis, an Oblate priest from St Patrick’s celebrates Mass for the residents. The sacrament of Absolution and Anointing of the Sick is given at the same time and at other times on request.
The coordinator for St Anne’s Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion is Mary Davis who is contactable through the parish office.