The Parish Community of St Brigid's and St Mark's
Delete photo - 180623_photo_Home.jpg
Are you sure you want to delete this?

St Brigid's:
378 Nicholson Street, Fitzroy North

St Mark's:
543 Lygon Street, Carlton North
Fr Frank Yangminta CS
9489 6777
Monday to Friday - 9.30am to 4.30pm

Parish Newsletters


Second Sunday of Advent Year B 10th December 2023

Delete 3 - Second Sunday of Advent Year B 10th December 2023.pdf

First Sunday of Advent Year B 3rd December 2023

Delete 3 - First Sunday of Advent Year B 3rd December 2023.pdf

Feast of Christ the King Year A 26th November 2023

Delete 3 - Feast of Christ the King Year A 26th November 2023.pdf

33rd Sunday In Ordinary Time Year A 19th November 2023

Delete 3 - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A 19th November 2023.pdf


Parish Vision and Mission

The Parish Community of St Brigid’s and St Mark’s
Becoming an Intercultural Missionary Community  


“People will come from the East and West, North and South, and will take their places in the feast in the kingdom of God.” (Luke 13: 29)

Inspired by the Holy Scriptures and Tradition, we, the intercultural Parish Community of St
Brigid’s and St Mark’s, are called to bear witness to a missionary discipleship by remembering
our history, honouring diversity, creating a safe and hospitable place, and celebrating

In carrying out this vision, the Parish Community of St Brigid’s and St Mark’s is committed in
achieving its fulfillment through our actions by using a pastoral model called “ACTS”, which
stands for Adoration-Communion-Teaching-Service. This acronym is based on Acts 2:42-47.

They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the
breaking of bread
and to prayer. Everyone was filled with awe at the many
wonders and signs performed by the apostles. All the believers were together and had
everything in common
. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who
had need. Every day they continued to meet in the temple courts. They broke bread in
their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and
enjoying the favour of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those
who were being saved.

Adoration: We deepen and enrich our relationship with God by spending time with Him in
Holy Hour, prayers, and devotions. Prayer Groups include Holy Hour of Divine Mercy, Our Lady
of Perpetual Help Novena, Sacred Heart Devotion, I Thirst Movement (ITM), and Recollections.

Communion: We celebrate together joyfully the Sacraments especially the Eucharist every
day and honour our culturally and linguistically diverse communities especially during the
Parish and the Scalabrinian Feasts.

Teaching: We share our gift of faith and gather the people of God through Sacramental
Program, Baptism Workshop, Lector and Acolyte Training, Safeguarding Training, Sunday
Catechesis, RCIA, Consecration to Jesus through Mary, and Ongoing Faith Formation (Called
to be Sent: With Burning Hearts).

Service: We respond to God’s call as missionary disciples to serve one another by getting
involved in various committees such as liturgy, music, hospitality, youth group, social services
(i.e., food distribution and job seeking) and socials.

Upcoming Events

Intercultural Christmas Mass and Dinner