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Welcome to St. Mary’s / St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Church

Pastor: Fr. Victor Fernandes, OCD
Secretary: Mrs. Mary Lane

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      St Mary’s Parish (1914)

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     St Ann’s  Church (1865)

 

CANADA 150 EXPRESS COLUMN 

It’s Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Let us come and share our thoughts and words in a simple and unique way. Here is your chance to exhibit your talent to our parish community. Everyone is welcome to create a poem, song, sketches, short articles for Canada and we will publish them in the bulletin, web page and on the parish notice board. All ages can participate. Please email them to us or drop off at the office. This will be ongoing until this year’s anniversary is done. Looking forward to your creative contribution for Canada.

 Click here to view Articles, Prayers and poems

MARIAN DEVOTIONS AT  ST. MARY’S

First Saturday Mass at 9am- Devotion  to Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

 13th Octomber —Mass at 9 am – Devotion to our Lady of Fatima.

Wednesdays Mass at 9 am – Devotion  to our Lady of Perpetual Help.

First Monday of the Month – Devotion to our Lady of Good Council.

 

Time for Holy Masses, Confession & Adoration

  • Daily Mass
    • Weekday Masses – Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday at St. Mary’s
    • Holy Mass on Thursday – 9:00 a.m. at St. Ann’s
  • Weekend Mass
    • Saturday – 5:00 p.m. – St. Mary’s
    • Sunday – 8:30 a.m. – St. Ann’s
    • Sunday – 10:30 a.m. – St. Mary’s     (Rosary is recited by the community every day before  Holy Mass)
  • Monthly Adoration– First Friday of the month- Holy Mass at 9am followed with the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction 9:30 am – 10:30 am.
  • Confession: Saturday – St. Mary’s – 4:15pm or by request
  • Anointing & visiting the sick – Contact the Parish Office 905-768-5726 or Pastor’s cell phone  905-923-3861 for emergency sick calls only.
  • Prayer Line: 768-1235 or 289-282-2059 Contact Marie Peart, Catherine Montague.

 Novena Prayers – Click the link to see a list of Novena’s

 Prayer for the Canonization of Father Michael J. McGivney