Dear beloved Parishioners and friends,
I believe it’s now a common knowledge that the new provincial Covid-19 restrictions come into effect on Friday, February 12, 2021. The city is currently under code orange alert. Therefore, places of worship will now be able to have community gatherings for Mass.
Consequently, there can be gathering of up to fifty (50) people at any time for weekday or Sunday public Masses.
We will continue to make available for everyone most current information about Covid-19 guidelines and directives. Always tune in!
As challenging as this time before us is, I implore everyone to keep hope alive. Do NOT panic, and do not despair. All will be good and well at the end. The current restrictions are for the health and well-being of our greater community. Therefore, let’s observe it with a faith-filled and compassionate care and response.
Peace and blessings.
God is Good, all the time!
“Brothers and sisters: Do not worry about anything, but in everything by
Prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made
Known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding
Will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus”. (Cf: Philippians 4: 6-7).
All regular Mass are open to the public with limitations
Sunday 9:00am & 11:00am
Tuesday to Friday 10:00am
Mass limited to 100 people
Please enter from the rear parking lot door so you can sign in and please remember that the wearing of a mask is mandatory in all public places
You may reserve a spot for Mass by calling 1-204-257-3300 by no later than 12:00 noon on the prior Friday
Please do not enter Church buildings if:
If you or anyone in your household has tested positive for Covid
If you or anyone in your household is in quarantine or isolation
If you are waiting for covid test results
If you are showing any symptoms such as: aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhoea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss of taste or smell, a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, loss of speech or movement
Adult Faith Formation: Tuesday Bible Study is cancelled till further notice.
Youth Faith Formation: Catechism classes are cancelled till further notice.
First Communion Preparation: Classes start on April 11th Register Here.
Confirmation Preparation: Classes are coming soon Register Here.
Stations of the Cross: Every Friday of Lent at 5:45pm
T h e S a c r e d T r i d u u m
(pronounced Tr0 ’- doo - ßmm) is beautifully devised by the Church so that we may understand and gather for these three days as one long three-day liturgical celebration.
The three days of the Triduum are counted using the Jewish people’s way of keeping time: from sunset to sunset. So... the first day of the Triduum is from sunset on Holy Thursday until sunset on Good Friday. The second day is from sunset on Good Friday to sunset on Holy Saturday. The third day is from sunset Holy Saturday (the great Easter Vigil ) to sunset on Easter Sunday.
While we are still limited to the number of people (100) who may be in the church at any one time under the Covid protocols, those who are registered and able to come are urged to make every effort possible to participate in all three liturgies to fully experience the complete ritual.
Come to celebrate!
(as of April 1st)
Holy Thursday, April 3rd, 7pm. - Mass of the Lord's Supper - FULL
Good Friday, April 4th, 3pm. - FULL
Holy Saturday, April 5th, 8pm. - Easter Vigil - FULL
Easter Sunday, April 6th, 9am, 11am. - 9am Spots still available. / 11am - FULL.
Daily Mass - Salt & Light TV
Salt & Light TV is broadcasting the following Masses in English:
Daily TV Mass. The Daily TV Mass is offered 4 times a day Monday to Saturday and twice a day on Sunday.
Daily Papal Mass. Mass celebrated by Pope Francis from Casa Santa Marta airs daily at 9:30am ET. Also, you can stream this Mass daily on Salt + Light Media Facebook Live.
You can also watch Salt & Light for free on channel 160 with Shaw Direct and channel 1513 with Bell/MTS
Daily Mass - Vision TV
Vision TV is broadcasting Daily Masses in English at 7:00 am and repeated at 11:00 am.
You can also watch Vision TV on channel 119 with Shaw Direct and channels 26 or 1026 with Bell/MTS
Sunday Mass - Archbishop Albert LeGatt presiding
To watch live stream Click on photo to view
Sunday Masses live at 9 AM in French and 10:30 AM in English.