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Mass Times


Holy Thursday:

13 April 2017 7:30 PM

Mass of the Lord’s Supper

(No 9:10 AM Mass)

Good Friday Services:

14 April 2017 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM

(No 9:10 AM Mass)

7:00 PM Stations of the Cross

Note:  Good Friday is a Day of Fasting (one full meal) for all Catholics (aged 18 to 59 years) and Abstinence from meat (age 14 and up).

Easter Vigil Mass:

15 April 2017 Saturday 8:30 PM

(No 9:10 AM nor 5:00 PM Mass)

(No Confessions on Holy Saturday)


Easter Sunday:

16 April 2017 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, and 12:30 PM

Lenten Reconciliation Night:

        6 April 2017 Thursday 7 PM

  Many priests available for Confession; separate youth track in basement hall

        See below for other Confession times


Saturday (Vigil): 5:00pm 

Sunday: 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:10am

Wednesday: 7:00pm (with Devotions to Our Lady of Perpetual​ Help)

First Friday: 7:00pm (w/ Holy Hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at 6:00pm)

​Saturday: 9:10am


Confessions on Saturday at 9:45am & 4:00 - 4:45pm

(Also available by appointment)​


If you are to be hospitalized for a serious operation, please come to the parish to be anointed by one of the priests. If you or someone you know find yourself in the hospital due to sudden illness, please advise the nurses’ station and have them phone the priest on call. All Ontario hospitals have a Roman Catholic priest who can be reached by means of the pager system. 


A registration form is available at the parish office. A baptism preparation session is required if this is your first child to be baptized. Baptisms are held twice per month. If you were married outside of the Catholic Church without permission, your marriage may have to be validated before the baptism of your child.


The parish requires one year’s notice for planning a marriage. Also required is a marriage preparation course which can be arranged through the parish. Please do not book a date or venue for your wedding reception until you have had an initial appointment with the priest. If either party has experienced a civil or religious marriage, the priest is not permitted to set a date for the wedding until the bishop’s office has been consulted.