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Teaching Goodness, Discipline & Knowledge since 1856

MEDITATION IN THE CITY

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LITURGY OF THE HOURS

Monday - Friday at 5:10 pm and Saturday at 9:00 am

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

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Bundle Up Weekend

February 25-26

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The Social Teaching of the Church

Join John Dalla Costa as he presents the Social Teachings of the Church
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Ash Wednesday

Masses at 7:30 am, 12:10 pm, 5:10 pm, and 7:00 pm
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Reconciling our Lives

Join Fr. Norm Tanck, CSB as he teaches about the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Confession.

HOMILIES FROM FR. CHRIS


Parking at St. Basil’s

CHURCH & UNIVERSITY PERMIT PARKING 

Monday – Friday, parish parking is available in front of Odette Hall and along the West side of the driveway prior to 8:00 AM and after 6:00 PM.  (no permit is required prior to 8:00 AM)

Sundays, parish parking is available in front of Odette Hall and along the West side of the driveway; and in the lot behind Alumni Hall (121 St. Joseph St.)

Permits for St. Basil’s Parking may be obtained at the main office and are good for one day only.  There is no cost for permit parking.  

PUBLIC PARKING

On Saturdays, parking is permitted for 2 hours at any time only on the NORTH side of St. Joseph St.

On Sundays, parking is permitted for 2 hours at any time on both the north and south sides of St. Joseph St. Parking is also permitted on Bay St. and is free up until 1:00 PM

Parking is not permitted at any other times and cars that are parked inappropriately may be ticketed.

Metered street parking is also available on St. Mary Street, immediately to the north of the church.

TTC

The closest subway stations are Museum, on the University-Spadina line, Wellesley, on the Yonge line, and Bay St., on the Bloor line. The Bay St. bus (route #6) also stops at the corner of Bay St. and St. Joseph St.

For a list of road restrictions, please click here.  

For a listing of all planned events affecting traffic conditions, please click here

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"What is God’s plan? It is to make of us all a single family of his children, in which each person feels that God is close and feels loved by him, as in the Gospel parable, feels the warmth of being God’s family. The Church is rooted in this great plan. . . . The Church is born from God’s wish to call all people to communion with him, to friendship with him, indeed, to share in his own divine life as his sons and daughters. The very word 'Church', from the Greek ekklesia, means 'convocation': God convokes us, he impels us to come out of our individualism, from our tendency to close ourselves into ourselves, and he calls us to belong to his family. Furthermore this call originates in creation itself. God created us so that we might live in a profound relationship of friendship with him, and even when sin broke off this relationship with him, with others and with creation, God did not abandon us." —Pope Francis
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