Recent News

Parking During the Easter Triduum

In anticipation of the large crowds expected for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil, we have reserved parking at Monsignor Fraser College at 146 Isabella St for the overflow from our parking lot. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


Lenten Parish Choir

Are you interested in singing with the choir during this Season of Lent? The Holy Thursday Mass and Good Friday Service are two opportunities to offer yourself to the Lord and experience His Passion more deeply through the ministry of music.


Our Holy Week Schedule

You can also pick up a copy of our 2018 Holy Week and Easter Schedule at the entrances of the Church.


Thursday, March 29th
HOLY THURSDAY
Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:30pm
(Adoration until 12 midnight)


5th Lenten Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

Since coming to Lourdes, several people have asked me why I chose to become a Jesuit. As is my custom in speaking, I usually begin the same way, that is, stumbling over my words. The stumbling is because I’m not sure what to say.


Children’s Gospel Passion Play

Children are invited to participate in the Children’s Gospel Reenactment of the Passion which takes place at our Good Friday Morning Service on March 30th. For more information on rehearsal times, please contact Romel through the Parish Office at 416-924-6257.


Living The Gospel; Supporting ShareLife

“It is important that we continue to support the ShareLife appeal, to provide for the needs of the marginalized both here in our communities and around the world. Sometimes the results are obvious and sometimes they’re invisible, but always they make a tangible difference in the lives of the people we are helping.


4th Lenten Sunday (Bulletin)

We're sorry, but Fr Sullivan was unable to provide us with his thoughts for this week.
Please see enclosed for the weekly parish bulletin.


3rd Lenten Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

In one of my favourite prayers by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the “Anima Christi,” there is a line that reads, “Do not allow me to be separated from you.” I love this line because it expresses both the hope and fear we have in our lives of faith. We hope that the Lord will always be with us.


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