MMHC Temporarily Closed
An important message to our valued guests, friends and families
All of us – Sisters, staff, & volunteers – who are the public face of the Mary MacKillop Heritage Centre (MMHC), continue to pray for and reflect on the needs of all our many friends, regular guests & visitors during these challenging times. Like St Mary of the Cross MacKillop and Father Julian Tenison Woods who together co-founded the Sisters of St Joseph, we too place our faith and trust in God and in the Australian people.
Due to government stage 4 lock-down restrictions, Mary MacKillop Heritage Centre (MMHC) is temporarily closed until mid-September. As soon as we are able, MMHC looks forward to opening its doors once again and welcoming our friends, visitors and guests back to the Centre.
In the meantime, stay safe & well and pray to St Mary of the Cross MacKillop for God’s intervention on behalf of us all during this challenging time for the world.