Click on the title for details about this year’s Lenten Series. Begins March 10th.
Jesus Christ, risen from the dead, is central to everything. Because of him, salvation is possible for the whole world. Living In Christ The Father and the Son are one, and this same Son, Jesus Christ, lives in us, calling us to the fullness of life in him. This whole arrangement is because of God’s [Read More…]
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Please click on the title to read Archbishop Damphousse’s appeal on behalf of the Ukraine.
As of Mon. Mar. 21: – wearing a mask in the church will be optional – the parking lot double doors will no longer be ‘exit only’ – we will move from the vestibule into the church proper via the centre doors – the need for sanitizing continues – after-Mass conversations should be held outdoors [Read More…]
The 2022 Contribution Envelopes are ready in the Parish Office. Please come to the office to pick them up. Call 613-727-1067 ext 221 to arrange a time.
Read Archbishop Marcel Damphousse’s message in the Action Life document.
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Please click on the title to access the link to this letter.
Click on the home box (the picture of St. Monica Church with the words “Parish Donations”) above for information on how to donate. The parish still has expenses and counts on your support.
Please find a series of links prepared by the Archdiocese for you to be able can watch Mass from home on your computer or mobile phone.
During the shutdown, the live webcast of Sunday Mass will be broadcast to YouTube starting around 10:55 am until approximately 12:15 pm.
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