Good Shepherd, Kelmscott

Chapel of the


is this place.

It is the house of GOD

and the gate of heaven.

                                 - Genesis 28:17

Catholic Traditional Latin Mass Community

Kelmscott, Western Australia

Important information

Regularly updated information about the Chapel of the Good Shepherd and other notices.

Sacrament of Confession

Sunday Mass Times


Notices and Upcoming Events

Recent Blog Posts

Archived Notices

Sacrament of Confession

Confession is every Sunday from 8.15am to 8.25am, as required.

Sunday Mass Times

Holy Mass according to the Extraordinary Rite is celebrated every Sunday at 8.30am.

8:00am Rosary, 8:10 - 8.20am Confession, 8:30am Mass



Current Bulletin pdf

Last week's Bulletin pdf

Notices and Upcoming Events

Roadworks: Chapel Access

Please note: Due to roadworks, there is currently only one way to access the Chapel, which is from the south. Turn onto Streich Road, either at or before Foster Road.

Phil & Pam Chadd


For the last ten years, Pam and Philip Chadd have been the stalwart carers of the Tridentine Mass here at Good Shepherd. Each Sunday, Pam has greeted the faithful with her warm and smiling spirit. She too, has always adorned the Altar with flowers while Phil has been the devoted Sacristan, preparing the Altar and vestments each week for the priest.


As they step down from these duties, please let us all be grateful to them for their dedication, kindness and service. May God bless them and hold them in the palm of His hand for the goodness and devotion they've given to Him.

Next Community Meeting


                               Once again, all are                                       invited to attend the next meeting to discuss the fine tuning of roles, responsibilities and management needs. In honour of Phil Chadd's request for volunteers, last month's extended community meeting yielded a few changes to roles in the stewardship and caring for the Latin Mass Chapel, such as a new sacristan and new floral arranger. A committee to guide us forward was suggested for more community involvement and care. As a result, Phil and Pam have unfortunately requested to step down from all duties, other than choir.

Please come along and share your ideas and suggestions as to how we can move forward together and build a happy, strong and vibrant community. We are all in this faith and parish together. Rescheduled date to be advised.

Volunteers Required Training

All church volunteers are requested to attend a safeguarding training session, as it is our collective responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and vulnerable adults within our parish. Next session at the Kelmscott parish is Saturday, May 29 from 9-11am. To register, please visit

Holy Water Dispenser

A temporary Holy Water dispenser is available, compliant with COVID restrictions. The pump should only be operated immediately after using hand sanitiser.

Facebook Page       

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Our Chapel has a wonderful Facebook page with frequent updates. Have a read and enjoy. Find it here.

Confession Times

Strictly 8.10 - 8.20am, please. Do not join the waiting pew if it has already reached 8.20 am as Father must have time to vest and prepare to celebrate Holy Mass at 8.30 am.

Bring 'Em, Don't Bin 'Em

                              To date, we have

                              collected on average 440 cans per week (5290 in total). We began in November collecting cans and drink bottles for our two projects. Collected for India is $150.30, plus $376.90 for the Sisters in Benin.

Please keep in mind every 10c will provide a meal in India for an underprivileged child. In addition, India has no welfare system and those required to retire at 55, must live on any possible (unlikely) savings they have made in their working life. The consequences are very harsh, so please spread your love and some dollars. If you have any containers with the printed '10c refund' please Don't Bin It - Bring It.


Please Pray For ...

Emeritus Archbishop B.J. Hickey, Monsignor M. Keating, Fr. Alfonsas Savickis, Fr. Ted Miller, Fr. Lionel Henry,

Fr. Pavol Herda P.P., Michele Carter, Pamela and Phil Chadd, Pat Cunnington, Tony Dimelo, Dorothy Hardy, Sky Hurleigh-Craig, Thomas Mazza, Helen and Paul Clune, Michelle Hamilton-Moody, Jim and Noeleen Chadd.

'Could you not spend one hour with Me'?

Our Traditional Chapel is compact, serene and a wonderful place for worship.

The Chapel is open every Saturday morning from 9.00am-11.00am for Cleaning in preparation for Sunday Mass.

Everyone is welcome to join us either Saturday or Sunday. 'Could you not spend one hour with me?' or even fifteen minutes to say hello?

Mandatory Contact Register

As of 5 December 2020, it is mandatory for particular businesses and venues, including places of worship, to collect contact details of patrons. Keeping a contact register will help the Department of Health with COVID-19 contact tracing.

Details required are date, arrival time, name and contact number.

Recent Blog Posts

Archived Notices


Christmas Message from Archbishop Costelloe, 10 December 2020 pdf

Updated Directives from the Archdiocese of Perth regarding Churches and Chapels and Phase 4 COVID-19 Roadmap, 3 September 2020 pdf

COVID-19 Compliance pdf

R.I.P. John Rencontre, 12 June 2020 pdf

Pastoral Letter by Archbishop Costelloe regarding the reopening of Churches and Chapels from the 18th of May 2020 pdf

Pastoral Letter by Archbishop Costelloe regarding coronavirus and church closures, 19 March 2020 pdf


Annual Report, 16 October 2019 pdf

Easter, April 2019 Postcard from the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate in Benin pdf

Palm Sunday Mass, 14 April 2019 pdf

Statement by Archbishop Costelloe regarding Fr Joseph Tran, 23 March 2019 pdf

60th Anniversary of Emeritus Archbishop Hickey's Ordination, 3 February 2019 pdf

A Celebration of Priesthood: Emeritus Archbishop Hickey's 60th Anniversary, 2019 pdf


Annual Report 2018 pdf


Return of Mass: Sunday 2 May

Please note: Following the closure of all places of worship last weekend, due to   COVID-19, Mass will resume in our Chapel this Sunday, 2 May at 8.30am.