RSVPify ONLINE RESERVATIONS

We’re online!

We are using RSVPify as our reservation system for our weekend Masses. Click on the title to access the link.

ORDERED & SPECIAL COLLECTIONS – FALL 2020

Because of the Covid-19 virus, some collections were postponed until the fall, joining those already scheduled. All are listed below, for your convenience. If you are able to support them via ‘Canada Helps’, put the name (in italics below) under the fund description. Cheques should be made out to the parish, with the message or memo note giving the italicized name. Thank you for your generous support.

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Aaannnd, we’re back…..sort of ****PLEASE READ

A limited number of parishioners (up to 30% of the building’s capacity) may attend the weekend Masses by reservation ONLY. Reservations can be made by going to the following website;  https://stmonica.app.rsvpify.com/
Special safety protocols will be in effect and seats will be assigned.  

For details click on the title.

Weekday Masses
Monday 7:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am
Friday 3 9:00 am
Ist Saturday 9:00 am

Please note: numbers will be limited and you will be asked for your name and telephone number.

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION – INDOORS

The Sacrament of Reconciliation, previously celebrated in the parish parking over the last few months, will now be celebrated indoors in the St. Monica Church vestibule, near the main doors, beginning on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Please click on the title for more information.

WE ARE NOW SET UP FOR ONLINE DONATIONS!

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.

THE MASS ON TV AND THE INTERNET

In the absence of being able to attend Mass in person, 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.

PASTOR’S DESK – Nov. 22, 2020

Our faith in Christ, our acceptance of him as the ruler of our lives, is the key to life. It is the reality by which we judge all things. We celebrate today what has not yet happened – the coming of Christ in Glory at the end of time. While his authority over all things [Read More…]