Welcome To St Dominic's Catholic Church

Opened in February 1968 and now consists of about 1632 parishioners which adds up to 654 families.

The parish secretary is Mrs. Linda Madden, who works in the office from 08h00 to 14h30, Mondays to Fridays. St Dominic's also serves one Zulu outstation, Embo, which is situated in the beautiful Valley of 1000 Hills and is a place of worship for about 750 Zulu-speaking Catholics.

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  Adoration is every Wenesday starting after the 06.00 Mass and continuing till 18.00.
Why not spend some quiet time in our Lord’s presence.

“Praying purifies. Praying makes it possible to resist temptations. Praying strengthens us in our weakness. Praying removes fear, increases energy, and gives a second wind. Praying makes one happy”
- YouCat


Pope Francis urges us to go to confession. "Everyone say to himself: ‘When was the last time I went to confession?’ And if it has been a long time, don’t lose another day! Jesus receives you. He will receive you with so much love! Be courageous, and go to confession.

Confessions are on Saturday at 16.45 or the First Saturday of the month after 08.00 Mass.

Pre-Baptism Course


Parents wishing to have their babies baptised need to attend this course. Please make an appointment to see Father John before attending.


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Latest News

Sunday Mass: Easter and April Fools

March 29th
The forces of darkness conspire to do their best to play an April Fools' Day hoax on us the whole year long.They tell us that our human lives have no meaning.Easter Sunday, falling on the day it does, warns us not to be taken in by the hoax put forth by a godless world. Easter Sunday tells us not to be April fools!

Sunday Mass: The Right Question

March 23rd
After hearing Sunday's Gospel we might ask, "Why? Why did Jesus die on the cross?"Asking the question that way would seem to imply that dying on the cross was something Jesus wanted to do. Perhaps we should be asking, "Why was Jesus killed?" That question implies that Jesus was the victim of evil. The cross was not his desire, nor the desire of his heavenly Father.

Sunday Mass: To know or not to know

March 15th
The date each of us was born is something we know and celebrate, but the day we will die is something most of us would rather not know.Yet when it does come, those who follow Jesus can face that hour knowing that it is not the end of our existence but our being drawn into new life with the Lord.


  • Mass Times


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    8:00am, 10:00am (Zulu
    @ Embo Out-station),
    5:00pm (Youth)


    Saturday 4:45pm
    (Or By Request)