• Proposal Update: We updated the New Parishes, Stronger Together page on our parish website, at the beginning of March, so please visit the page if. you haven't yet. The report was submitted to Archbishop Dunn on Thursday, March 11th. Please continue to keep this entire process in your prayers. 
  • Lent ContinuesFr. Bryan and Fr. Yves will be hearing confessions tomorrow (Saturday) morning from 9am until noon and on Thursday, immediately following 9am Mass, until noon. No preregistration is required. The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops have launched a special website dedicated to St. Joseph on his Solemnity today. Thanks so much to all who joined us in praying the novena to St. Joseph in the lead up to today's feast. If you didn't join in last week, maybe you could pick another time to pray it
  • Lenten Video Series: The last video in our 'What is Meant by Lent?' series went live this afternoon on our YouTube channel. In these short videos, we're invited to reconnect with the Good News, the Bad News, and the Best News at the heart of the Gospel. This week we look at the Best News: through Jesus, God has tackled the problem of our sin and brokenness and provided a way for us to restore our relationship with Him and others! Watch the first video here and find all the videos in this short series in this playlist
  • Triduum: The schedule for the Triduum this year looks like this:
    - Holy Thursday (April 1st) Mass at 7pm 
    - Good Friday (April 2nd) service at 3pm 
    - Easter Vigil (April 3rd) Mass at 8pm.
    All three parts of the Triduum will be live-streamed on both our YouTube channel and Facebook page
    Pre-registration to attend part of the Triduum in-person is now available by clicking here or on this page on our website. Preregistration will be available until we have reached capacity (100 people per Mass/service). Preregistration to attend Easter Sunday Mass in-person (9 or 11:15am) will be handled like our other weekend Masses (please visit the website Monday-Wednesday before). The Easter Sunday 9am Mass will also be live-streamed. 
  • Mass for the Homebound: The 9am Mass on Wednesday (March 24th) will be offered in a special way for our homebound parishioners, at the request of our Ministry of Care and Companionship. Each Lent, a healing Mass is offered at the nursing homes where this ministry serves, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, this is not possible. In lieu of this, Wednesday's Mass will be offered on livestream for all homebound parishioners-- those in nursing homes, those seniors who are being cared for in their homes, and indeed, all who are unable to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist in-person. We ask that you keep our dear homebound parishioners and their caregivers in your prayers and please join us on Wednesday at 9am.
  • There will be another First 5 landing in your inbox next week (instead of in two weeks, which is Good Friday).
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