TAIZE POR LA TIERRA EARTH HOUR

MARCH 28 (8:30-9:30 PM)

Join us as Holy Week begins, “For creation awaits with eager expectation the revelation of the children of God.” (Romans 8:19)

Earth Hour is a united, worldwide conversation of energy. The hour of “lights out” for the Eastern Time Zone will be 8:30pm-9:30pm.

We will be surrounded by song and prayer in many languages in the beautiful candlelights of the church.

You won’t want to miss this collaboration with the people of the parish, the Basilians and the Jesuits.

TENEBRAE & RECONCILIATION

APRIL 1 (7:00 – 8:00 PM)

Latin for “shadows” or “darkness”, the ancient service of Tenebrae was originally celebrated on the early mornings of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday.

This evening will feature a condensed version of the service, with prayers, readings, and choral music responses, to usher in the beginning of the Triduum.

Confessions will be offered during the service for those interested.

Homilies from Fr. Chris

Parking at St. Basil’s

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 p.m.

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

There is a pay-parking lot behind Alumni Hall at the west end of St. Joseph Street just before Queen’s Park Crescent. Metered street parking is also available on St. Mary Street, immediately to the north of the church.

St. Basil’s is readily accessible by 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.

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