When the community of St. Justin Martyr opened the doors of its first Church, it served an estimated 1,200 families. Since that time, our community of faith has continued to grow and we now have over 6,300 families living within our parish boundaries.
St. Justin Martyr Parish has grown in other ways as well. Many visitors who attend our Sunday Liturgies have expressed how vibrant, warm and inviting our Catholic community is. They marvel at the active participation of the people in all aspects of our celebration, from the Ministers of Hospitality who greet our people, to the dedicated Altar Servers, Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Communion who add so much to our prayerful liturgies and celebrations.
We are also becoming known as a parish which reaches out beyond our Sunday liturgies to answer the needs of the community in which we live. Many dedicated parishioners have given their time and energy to feeding the hungry, visiting the sick, comforting the dying and bringing solace and friendship to those who have lost a loved one and those of various faith backgrounds.
If you haven't already done so, please consider making St. Justin Martyr Parish your home - away from home.
"We are a growing, compassionate community of Catholic Christians, sharing our gifts and talents in service of others according to the teachings of Jesus Christ."
|St. John XXIII Catholic School||905-477-3288|
|St. Justin Martyr Catholic School||905-474-0284|
|St. Matthew Catholic School||905-475-0517|
|St. Monica Catholic School||905-887-1560|
|St. Augustine Catholic High School||905-887-6171|
|5:00 pm (Saturday Vigil)|
|Sunday||8:30 am; 10:30 am; 12:30 pm & 7 pm|
|*Please join us for Adoration and Holy Hour following the 9:10 am mass on First Friday of every month.|