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  • Calendar

  • Virtual Choir of Carmelites

  • Word on Fire

  • Rome Reports

  • Fr. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • As we continue our Lenten meditations, I would like use the story of the Transfiguration as an occasion to reflect on the nature of prayer. Studies show that prayer is a very
  • Youth Ministry

    • It’s a fun, safe place to spend time with their Catholic friends.
    • They get answers to their unanswered questions about their Catholic faith.
    • They experience Jesus Christ in a profound, personal way.
    • They feel like they are important to everyone else in the parish.
    Of all the things that we learn in this life, the one that will affect us the most – that will last throughout this lifetime and prepare us for the next – is our Catholic faith  (math, science, English, basketball, yoga, celebrities, TV shows…all of these things will come to an end).   But our faith will last forever. 
  • Vocations

    John the Baptist is sent by God to prepare the way for His Son.  In our present time God sends priests, religious and deacons to prepare the people to receive His Son.  If you think God is calling you to a Church vocation, call Fr. Christ Lemieux, Vocation Director 416 968 0997 or email vocations@archtoronto.org

  • Bereavement Support Group

    Bereavement Support Group
    Have you lost someone you love?  On Thursday, March 12, 2015, we will begin a 9 week Bereavement Group starting at 7:30 pm in Room 2. The groups are small and offer an opportunity to receive coping skills to work through the pain of loss.  Please contact Linda Wisz at 416 620 7662 or call the Parish Office 416 621 2732 for more information.  All are welcome!