|Address:||126 Main St, (PO Box 401) Proserpine QLD 4800|
|Telephone:||(07) 4945 1025|
|Priest||Fr Jose Koyickal cm - Administrator:|
Whitsunday Parish - Proserpine is committed to supporting the Safeguarding strategies of the Townsville Diocese. To view the current Risk Management Strategy and Safeguarding Policy please visit www.tsv.catholic.org.au/safeguarding
Reconciliation is available for 30 minutes before Mass on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, and at other times by appointment
Fourth Tuesday of the Month at 9.30am
First and Third Monday of every Month at 7.00pm
Any day, by arrangement with the Priest.;
Weddings can be booked for either St Catherine's or St Martin's by appointment.
Our parish supports weddings on Hamilton Island at All Saints Chapel, at Hayman Island at Stella Maris Chapel, and at the Endeavour Chapel on Daydream Island, (Monday to Friday).
Contact our parish office on (07) 4945 1025.
Parish Priest: Fr. Jose Koyickal CM
Parish Secretary: Chris Bates who looks after all the day to day administration including weddings.
Team Leadership Team: Sue McIntosh is the Chairperson for our Team Leadership Team
Finance Committee: Chris Dray is the Chairperson of our Finance Committee
Finance Advisor: Jill Farinelli is the special financial advisor to Fr. Jose
If you are driving north, we are the southern-most parish of the Townsville Diocese. You cross the O'Connell River, about 20 km south of Proserpine, and you are in the boundaries of our parish and of our Diocese.
Our parish was founded in 1926, and today we have two churches. Saint Catherine's (pictured) is located in Proserpine, and was built in 1957. It is a grand old church, and is open for visits during working hours.
Our second church is St Martin's at Cannonvale (pictured). It was opened in September 2002 - an exciting project, because we built it in partnership with the local Lutherans! Our church is also available to the Anglican Church and the Uniting Church who hold services here every Sunday. We are very proud of our new church, and its ecumenical implications.
Our parish is home for both the rural sugar-cane community of Proserpine, and for the carefree fun-loving tourist communities of "the Beach"(Cannonvale / Airlie Beach) and the Islands. It's a very exciting place, combining both the old and the new.
We have a Parish Team, led by Fr Jose Koyickal CM. We like to think we are a very hospitable and welcoming parish. If you are passing through, please stay and enjoy our hospitality.