Remembrance Day Mass at 11 am – all are welcome!
If you have an emergency or for a funeral, please leave a message at 519-471-7022 if the Parish Office is closed.
This is a reminder that some people are allergic and very sensitive to scented products, and may have an Asthma attack. Products such as: cologne, perfume, aftershave, scented hairspray, scented anything. Please REFRAIN from wearing these products when coming to mass, meetings at the parish, or into the Parish Office.
Please read the 2019 Thanksgiving Appeal by Fr. Don Pumputis, Pastor-Administrator
When the Parish Office is closed, and you wish to see a parish team member, arrange a funeral, or have another emergency, please call 519-471-7022 and leave a message.
On the first Wednesday of every month, at the noon mass, we will be having the reception of the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick. Those who need to receive the sacrament, who are suffering, will be called forward by me. Fr. Don
Are you, or a family member sick at home or in hospital? Are you going to be having surgery? Please speak to Fr. Don at Mass or call the Parish Office for an appointment for him to see you to administer the Sacrament of the Sick.
Would you like to have your new home blessed? A new car? Please speak to Fr. Don at Mass or call the Parish Office for an appointment for him to administer this special blessing.
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There are many resources available to assist those in need and to support the work of our Catholic community to serve in charity and to act for justice, both at the diocesan level as well as at your local parish. Please contact your local parish or one of the diocesan outreach ministries for assistance. We look forward to working with you in our shared mission as we live our lives together as the Body of Christ.
Sacraments are celebrations of special moments of encounter between God and human beings. They are not, obviously, the only occasions when human beings consciously respond to God who is forever offering His love and friendship, but they are times when, the Catholic Church teaches, a person’s relationship with God is assuredly initiated or deepened or strengthened or healed.
Youth Ministry is the response of the Christian Community to the needs of young people fostering their development as Catholic Christians and drawing them into responsible participation in the life, mission and ministry of the Church
Prayer & worship
Our family is one that recognizes the importance of prayer in all that we do. Prayer is the common bond that we share as a family, regardless of our language, age or geographic location. From the child praying before bed to the prayer group at the parish, our family of faith continues to pray for those in our community and those around the world.