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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.


Sow Much Love to Give (Updated)

Sow Much Love

You can also view details about our Lenten Solidarity event after mass at the church on March 15th here.


New Members Of Our Community

With great joy we welcomed nineteen new members into our community at the Easter Vigil. Twelve were baptized, an additional six celebrated the sacrament of Confirmation and one was Received into the Roman Catholic Church. Together, for the first time, they joined us at the Lord’s Table in the celebration of the Eucharist.


2nd Lenten Sunday (Bulletin)

The Lenten season offers us once again an opportunity to reflect upon the very heart of Christian life: charity. This is a favourable time to renew our journey of faith, both as individuals and as a community, with the help of the word of God and the sacraments. This journey is one marked by prayer and sharing, silence and fasting, in anticipation of the joy of Easter.


1st Lenten Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

​Every morning when I begin a new day, I always have a concrete resolution – this day I will keep God as my focus.  But by the time I get the kitchen for breakfast, I’ve already allowed my focus to shift - thinking about myself yet again!


Day of Confession

Wednesday, March 4th has been designated a Day of Confession throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto. If you are interested or able to, come and celebrate the gift of God’s faithful and merciful love in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.


Ash Wednesday (Updated)

Cross of Ashes

ASH WEDNESDAY is February 18th as we begin Lent with the symbol of ashes, a reminder of our humanness and of the passage of time. Ashes will be distributed during each of our Masses this Wednesday.


6th Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

Today’s Gospel shows us Jesus Who, after having preached on the Sabbath in the synagogue, heals many sick people. To preach and to heal: this is the principle activity of Jesus in His public life. With the preaching He announces the Kingdom of God, and with the healing He shows that it is near, that the Kingdom of God is in the midst of us.


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