Calendar of events
There are always many events happening at Saint Hilarion and we encourage the broader community to celebrate with us. You will have a great time while also helping to raise funds for a great community cause.
For information on any of our events, please contact reception at The House of Saint Hilarion phone 8409 1500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Date
For Rosary and Communion days/times, please refer to the weekly programs for each site
Adoration is held weekly at Fulham on a Thursday (2:45pm).
Annointing of the Sick and Last Rights are held once a month and/or as needed at both Seaton and Fulham
Pastoral Care visits by the Sisters of Saint Anthony Nuns are available in Hospital to give emotional and spiritual support to our care recipients and their families. Last Rights can be given if necessary.
|Saturday, 26 January 2019||Australia Day in the City - participate in the Australia Day Parade with the Society of Saint Hilarion. More details||Meet by 4pm. Contact one of the following committee members for info:
Marisa Vozzo – 0423 569 844
|Monday, 11 February 2019||International Day of the sick|
|Thursday, 14 February 2019||Valentine's Day|
|Tuesday, 5 March 2019||Pancake/Shrove Tuesday|
|Wednesday, 6 March 2019||Ash Wednesday|
|Monday, 11 March 2019||Adelaide Cup Day|
|Sunday, 17 March 2019||Saint Patrick's Day|
|Sunday, 14 April 2019||Palm Sunday|
|Monday, 15 April 2019||Holy Week commences|
|Thursday, 18 April 2019||Holy Thursday|
|Friday, 19 April 2019||Good Friday|
|Saturday, 20 April 2019||Holy Saturday|
|Sunday, 21 April 2019||Easter Sunday|
|Monday, 22 April 2019||Easter Monday|
|Thursday, 25 April 2019||ANZAC DayRosary followed by Weekly Mass is held each Friday at Seaton (from 10:45am) and each Saturday at Fulham (from 11am).|
These are two way meetings and enable Saint Hilarion staff to advise residents and their families of important information, such as forthcoming outings and new policy statements, while similarly, there is the opportunity for residents and their families to provide feedback to our staff and management so that we are able to respond to concerns, listen to suggestions and more generally, maintain an on-going dialogue within the community.
We maintain an "open door" policy with our residents and their families and encourage on-going cooperation and information exchange to foster a friendly and interactive environment. This is in keeping with our philosophy of encouraging mutual respect with a view to encouraging continuous improvement across all areas of the organisation.
|Seaton Resident/Relative meetings||Fulham Resident/Relative meetings|
|Coming soon||Coming soon|