Welcome to St Joseph’s Parish Tweed Heads

Welcome to our Catholic community at Tweed Heads. Geographically spread from the Queensland border in the North to Fingal Bay in the South, our beautiful Parish was established in 1912 by Bishop John Carroll as part of the Diocese of Lismore. If you are new to the area, a visitor on holidays or are interested in learning more about being a Catholic, we take this opportunity to welcome you and look forward to you being part of the community.

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About our Parish

Father Michael Brady is our Parish Priest and he is assisted by Father Gabriel Ezenwa.

The Parish has two Churches; St Joseph’s Church which is situated one block from the Queensland border at Tweed Heads and St Camillus’ Church which is located in the picturesque Bilambil Valley. We have many Parish groups who help our community members connect their faith with their daily lives.

Our new website has been designed to capture the beauty of the environment we live in, the dynamic and active Parish life of St Joseph’s, and a place for information to be shared and to have a sense of connection with each other. We welcome contributions of photos, videos, and information on groups and ministries. Contact the Parish for details.

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Latest News

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Monday 15th August 2016

Mass times:          7 am and 9.10 am

 Bishop Satterthwaite RIP

The Most Reverend Geoffrey Jarrett, Bishop of Lismore, announces with sadness the news of the death of his immediate predecessor, the Emeritus Bishop of Lismore, John Steven Satterthwaite. The bishop died in Port Macquarie, NSW, in the south of the Diocese, on Saturday 23 April, 2016. He was 87 years of age. more

Fr Michael Brady celebrates religious milestone

Fr Michael Brady celebrates religious milestone

For Fr Michael, 2014 concludes as a significant year for his religious commitment as he celebrated an extraordinary milestone of being ordained 25 years as a Priest. “Bringing the Eucharist to people for their spiritual nourishment is very humbling and a privilege,”...

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