Welcome to Holy Spirit Parish

On behalf of the people of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, I welcome you to our Parish Website. This parish is situated at Ringwood North in the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, Australia and at present is under the care of the Society of Catholic Apostolate (Pallottines).

The Holy Spirit Parish Vision
We are an inviting community inspired by the Holy Spirit, welcoming everyone to worship, grow, belong and serve together as Disciples of Christ and to make our parish a missionary parish based on five pillars of Church life, Worship, Evangelization, Discipleship, Community and Ministry, to actualise this dream we are currently working on Divine Renovation based on Alpha.

Year of Youth
This year is dedicated to youth. The Parish will have the celebration in November. We welcome all the youth to become part of this celebration. We hope that you will find this site helpful in learning about our parish community and our faith.

Since its inception in 1972, Holy Spirit Parish has moved through many stages of development and today continues to strive to be a vibrant community of faith within the Archdiocese. The number of people involved in the sacramental and outreach programmes helps us to bear witness to Christ in our day today life.


We invite you to become part of Holy Spirit parish family by worshiping at Holy Mass, participating in our many activities and service opportunities, and giving your time and talent. Please feel free to come and visit us or contact the parish office if you require further assistance.

Fr. Jose Joseph SAC
Parish Administrator

Parish Calendar

Renovation @ Holy Spirit

Newsletter - Weekly

Parish Directory

Magazine - Quarterly


Parish Groups


Reflection from the Annual Clergy Conference held at Torquay June, 2018

Monday 25 July 2018

Dear Parishioners,
In June I attended the Annual Clergy Conference along with many fellow priests. This year the event was held at Torquay. The topic was "Young people and religion in Australia: The Bigger Picture"

The conference discussed youth and draws from research and census data. Following are my notes.