The parish office remains closed.

All public Masses are cancelled as of Monday, November 23

Mass Intentions

Monday, January 11
7:30am Marie Bernice Casey (+)
12:10pm C. J. Graydon (+)

Tuesday, January 12
12:10pm Loretto College Community and Residents

Wednesday, January 13
12:10pm Robert James and Valerie Crilly (+,+)

Thursday, January 14
12:10pm Francis, Mary, and Monica Gannon (+,+,+)

Friday, January 15
12:10pm Souls in Purgatory

Saturday, January 16

Sunday, January 17
9:00am Francis Gannon (+)
10:30am Pro Populo
12:00pm Claudette Kneider (+)

PRAY FOR THE SICK, especially, Sue Banfield, Rebecca Beaton, Barbara Boyle, Desmond Brownlee, Anne C., Steve Chandeller, Mary Jane Cowan, Josephine D’amico, Jasper David-Fuchs, Clare DeMello, Erika Farncomb, Jose Gaitero, Maisie Henry, Maryanne Hodges, Margaret Mary McKenzie, Neil McCormack, Hilary McCormack, Evelyn McGloin, David Martin, Rosy Menezes, Paul O’Brien, Delores Russo, Delaila Salvador, Betty Veit, Eileen Vyphius, Alexander Wu, and Emilio Zaic.


Bulletin Notices

This special Christmas playlist includes well-known carols, such as “Silent night”, “The first Nowell”, and “O come, all ye faithful”. Alongside these are some equally beautiful, though lesser known, selections. Personal favourites include Gustav Holst’s “In the bleak midwinter”, the French carol “Il est né le divin enfant”, and Jan Sandström’s “Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Lo, how a rose e’re blooming)”. The latter is a profoundly beautiful composition based off of Michael Praetorius’ famous carol of the same name. Liturgical works include Thomas Tallis’ “Videte miraculum (Behold the miracle)” and Morten Lauridsen’s “O magnum mysterium (O great mystery)”. Consider listening, also, to Marcel Dupré’s “Variations sur un Noël”, based on the French carol “Noël nouvelet”, and the final movement from Charles-Marie Widor’s “Symphonie Gothique”, based on the Entrance antiphon for the Mass for Christmas Day.


In accordance with City of Toronto by-laws, masks are required at all times while inside the church.

Best Practices

Parishioners are strongly encouraged to self-screen before attending church, including taking their temperature. Those with a temperature at or above 37.5 C/99.5 F are asked to not attend Mass. Those who exhibit fever or any other indications of a viral infections are asked to seek medical attention before coming to church.

Hand sanitizer is available on the tables near the entrance. Please sanitize your hands when you enter and leave the church.

In order to observe safe social distancing, there will be dedicated spaces to sit. The seats will be marked in the pews. They are available on a first come, first served basis.

Please stay six feet apart as you enter and leave the church and at all times when you are in the church. Volunteers will be there to direct you.

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