At the 9:00 am Mass on Sunday, June 19th 2022, Father Arinze brought to life the service celebrating Father’s Day in a very special way by dedicating this day to all Fathers…Continue Reading...
Holy Week Schedule – Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and EasterContinue Reading...
Christmas & New Years2021 Confession Friday December 17th 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Monday December 20th 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Christmas Eve Masses Sunday Celebration Choir 5:00 PM St Joseph’s Folk Choir 7:30 PM Philipino Mass 9:30 PM Midnight Mass 12:00 AM Music directed by Mr Jason Gotera Mass will be Live Streamed. Click […]Continue Reading...
Dear parishioner, I pray and hope that you are enjoying the best of good health and this early spring sunshine. By this time last year, we were at the beginning of what turned out to be a very difficult year for all, young and old alike. We thank God who has kept us going, one […]Continue Reading...
To all parishioners and friends who participate in the program, The Good Shepherd Centre in downtown Toronto has closed its drop-in meal program and is instead providing take away meals. As a result, the monthly casserole program is deferred until further notice. We will advise you through the website when the program resumes. Annie & […]Continue Reading...
The retreat begins on February 15th, 2021 and ends on March 19th, 2021, the Solemnity of St Joseph. We will be using the book, Consecration to St. Joseph, by Fr. Donald Calloway. You will receive daily reminders of the readings and videos. We will invite speakers every Monday to help us know more about St. […]Continue Reading...
As we continue through this pandemic, to begin the Season of Lent, we will have services for the distribution of ashes and Holy Communion on Ash Wednesday and the following day. To make it convenient and to comply with the Provincial restrictions, a schedule will be followed. It is also important that we observe the following. Due to Provincial restrictions, only […]Continue Reading...
In this time of tribulation, we as priests of Jesus Christ, are all the more called to deepen our exercise of this sacred ministry to the glory of God and the service of His people. Each day we do this through the celebration of the Eucharist even when it is not possible for the people to be present. We also do this through the celebration of the Liturgy of Hours in which we pray for God’s people as their priests, and I strongly encourage every priest to spend at least an hour before the Blessed Sacrament in prayer for the people.Continue Reading...
The purpose of the survey is to provide the parish with insights as to parents’ needs and preferences for engaging young children in actively participating at Mass.Continue Reading...