Welcome to St. Charles
Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Parish, Victory Park, Johannesburg, South Africa, a parish served by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI).
Our church can be found between 13th Street in Linden and Road No. 3 in Victory Park, Johannesburg (GPS 26˚ 08’ 30.3” S and 28˚ 00’ 09.34” E).
We were founded in 1947 and are happily alongside one of Johannesburg’s most established and successful Catholic schools, the De La Salle Holy Cross College, along with a nearby Catholic centre of tertiary excellence, St. Augustine’s University.
Holy Mass Times
06:30 (English), 08:00, 18:00 (English)
10:00 (English), Weekdays:
14:00 (Sotho/Zulu), 06:00, 08:00, 17:30
17:30 (English – youth)
Fr. Tony Daniels OMI
011 782 5417
Office Hours Monday- Friday 9am-2pm
Rev. Deacon Paddy Maddison
Rev. Deacon Mike Harrington
Rev. Deacon Patrick de Laroche
Help Mozambique Flood Victims
Catholic Church appeals to the faithful to respond to the victims of Idai
The Southern Africa Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC) has already given somefinancial aid to the affected countries of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
During this time of Lent we ask people of goodwill to be more generous in their contribution, so that the church can continue to help the affected people.
For those who wish to give more, the following account can be used:
Account name: SOUTHERN AFRICAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCEAccount Type: Current
Account number: 1604781130
Branch code: 160445
Reference: Cyclone Emergency Relief.
For any assistance kindly contact SACBC Finance: 012 323 6458
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