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

  Adoration will start on Wednesday 18 April. It will start after the 06.00 Mass and continue 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

Confession

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.

  • About Us

    About Us

    Christianity through learning, caring and serving.

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  • Q & A?

    Q & A?

    Find out interesting answers to relevant, modern and important questions about our Faith.

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  • Devotions

    Devotions
    Currently, the only items we have under this catagory is "The Rosary", "The Holy Father's Monthly Intentions" and "Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament".
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  • Register

    Register
    At St Dominic’s Catholic Church we always love welcoming new people to the family.
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Latest News

Sunday Mass: What Temple?

March 02nd
Just because people hear what someone is saying does not mean they understand what is being said. How we understand the word "temple" will determine how we see this Sunday's Gospel. Is it an interesting incident in the life of Jesus? Is it a critique of the church? Or is it a Lenten challenge for us to examine our lives?
 

Sunday Mass: Context Helps

February 23rd
When we begin reading a story, we usually open to the first page. As we read page after page we come to know the setting, the situation, and the characters involved. The best way to understand a story is to read it from the beginning. In that way, we can see things in context.This Sunday's Gospel Reading, which relates the transfiguration of Jesus, is from the middle part of Mark's Gospel.
 

Sunday Mass: Repenting and Believing

February 20th
As Lent begins, Jesus tells us once again, "Repent, and believe in the Gospel." The fact that we keep hearing those words shows the Lord's desire for us to turn from sin and to deepen our relationship with him."Repent, and believe in the Gospel." Those are actions we need to take this Lent and throughout our lives.
 

Announcements

  • Mass Times

    Monday:

    No Mass

    Tuesday:

    9:00am

    Wednesday:

    6:00am

    Thursday:

    9:00am

    Friday:

    5:30pm

    Saturday:

    5:30pm

    Sunday:


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

    Confession:


    Saturday 4:45pm
    (Or By Request)