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Official mobile app of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle 

The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is pleased to announce the launch of our brand new mobile app for tablets and smartphones.

The new mobile app is our latest innovation in communicating with Catholics in the Diocese. It is designed to enable you to find details of the latest news, stories and events in the Diocese.

To download the app to your mobile device, logon to your device and click here to visit the Apple App Store, or click here for the Google Play store.

Please note, this is a mobile app and is not available for download to a desktop computer.

Introducing the official mobile app of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle

Connect with your diocese

The official mobile app of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle puts you at the heart of what’s happening in and around your Diocese. You are able to customise your settings to be notified of upcoming events from the Diocese, the Catholic Schools Office, CatholicCare, St Nicholas and the Development and Relief Agency.

By logging into the application, you’re able to catch up on the latest news and stories as they happen throughout the Diocese.

Mass times in your area

Whether you’re at home or travelling, the Diocese’s mobile app shows you Mass times near you.

If you’re looking to attend a special Mass in your Parish, or you’re just not sure about upcoming Mass times near you, simply searching in the app by your location allows you to find service times in your area.

Father Andrew Doohan's weekly homily

Part of connecting you with your Diocese is the ability to listen to a weekly homily from anywhere in the world. Through the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle’s app you can listen to our Vicar General, Father Andrew Doohan, as he delivers his weekly homily.

Download the official app of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle

The official app is free to download from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

If you have and questions or comments about installing the app, please contact the Diocese’s communications team at