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COVID-19 Update from Bishop Fabbro

This afternoon, Premier Ford announced that places of worship will be locked down as of 12:01 a.m. Monday, 19 April 2021. In the past when we had such restrictions, it was decided that such a limit of ten people is impossible to be carried out in a fair manner, with...

Divine Mercy Sunday

To celebrate The Divine Mercy, on Sunday April 11, there will be a Mass at 3:00 PM at St. Patrick’s church, and will be open to ALL. No registration required. The attendance seating will be on a first come, first serve basis. Confessions will be heard at 2:00 PM...

Easter Message 2021

He is not here, he has Risen, Mk 16:6 My dear Friends, With great joy in our hearts, we the Rosarians announce to you: “Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! ”This ancient greeting sums up what we celebrate this Easter Sunday, the joy of Christ risen and alive in our...

My Dear Friends

I am writing this short message to you to ask you to prepare yourselves to celebrate the Feast of St. Patrick – our church Feast. I know this year many people may not able to come for the feast day mass due to the pandemic. Still we can prepare ourselves spiritually...

COVID-19 UPDATE FROM BISHOP FABBRO (Update #18)

February 26, 2021 COVID-19 UPDATE FROM BISHOP FABBRO (Update #18) With the lifting of the lock-down across the Diocese, the Episcopal Council met to consider a few specific questions. 1.    Stations of the Cross Throughout the season of Lent, the traditional devotion...

COVID-19 UPDATE FROM BISHOP FABBRO (Update #17)

The Episcopal Council gathered on 25 January to look at the how our parishes may be operating during the upcoming Season of Lent. Father Michael Béchard, Director of Liturgy for the Diocese, joined the meeting to offer his expertise. While we see progress in the...