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During the current lockdown measures the Parish will be open for adoration only on:
- Fridays 12-1pm
- Saturdays 12-1pm
- Sundays 9am-12noon
A maximum of 6 people will be allowed at a time. Please be conscientious that others...
Saturday, May 15th
08:00am Repose of the Soul of Frank Devereaux
05:00pm Parish Community
Sunday, May 16th
Let Us Pray for Christian Unity
Every year, the Canadian Church joins with our Christian brothers and sisters to pray for the restoration of the united church, as was willed by Jesus Christ.
This year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity service in the...
Pray for Nova Scotia
Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, offered Tuesday’s Mass at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica to the people of Nova Scotia, after the terrible violence that occurred there on the weekend.
“Today, I think especially, we...
Read or Watch Cardinal Collins’ Easter Triduum Homilies
In his Good Friday, Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday homilies, Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, provided some wonderfully insightful reflections on being a Christian in these difficult times.
After multiple requests, we have created written transcripts and isolated the...
Cardinal Collins' Easter Sunday Homily
Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, gave the below homily at St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica on Easter Sunday, 2020.
There’s a little book on prayer, which I have always treasured. It is by the Russian Orthodox Archbishop...
Cardinal Collins' Easter Vigil Homily
Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, gave the below Easter Vigil homily at St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica during Holy Week, 2020.
There is a hilariously funny novel by a great English writer, Evelyn Waugh, and it's called Helena...
Pray for Those Who Are Preparing for Ordination This Weekend
We ask all members of the Archdiocese of Toronto to pray for vocations this weekend, as four transitional deacons prepare for the sacrament of holy orders.
On Saturday, May 11, 2019, Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, will preside over...
Cardinal Collins Releases 2019 Lenten Reflection
Cardinal Collins has prepared a Pastoral Letter for Lent 2019, offering tangible reflections on how we can use this most holy time of year as a period of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. His Eminence also invites us to learn more...
Red Wednesday Vigil Planned
Aid to the Church in Need is hosting a prayer vigil Wednesday, November 21, 2018 with Cardinal Collins at St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica. Catholics through the Archdiocese of Toronto are asked to stand in solidarity with the 200 million...
CCCB responds to synagogue shooting
CCCB President Bishop Lionel Gendron, PSS, along with Archdiocese of Toronto Auxiliary Bishop John A. Boissonneau and Archbishop Paul-André Durocher, addressed a letter to Canadian Jewish leaders to express condolences and offer support following the shooting that occurred...
Conclusion of Jubilee of Mercy
On Sunday, November 20, 2016, the Feast of Christ the King, the Jubilee of Mercy officially draws to a close. At this time, the Holy Door at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome will close.
In the Archdiocese of Toronto...
Help Us Pray for Vocations
The Office of Vocations at the Archdiocese of Toronto is wrapping up a week of prayer for those discerning a call to vocation and they need your help. So many consecrated individuals and those who are determining whether they are...
Marriage Sunday 2021: Preparing for a Life Together
As the Archdiocese of Toronto prepares for Marriage Sunday on February 14, we acknowledge and thank all married couples – and especially those who are celebrating milestone anniversaries – for their commitment and witness to our community.