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Clergy Changes for 2024
Below you will find the listing of clergy changes for the Archdiocese of Toronto. We give thanks for...
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Archbishop Leo Joins Interfaith Prayer Walk with Toronto Police
Archbishop Leo Joins Interfaith Prayer Walk with Toronto Police
On Thursday, April 11, 2024, Archbishop Leo joined members of the Toronto Police Service and faith leaders in...
Neophyte Mass To Take Place April 21 at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica
On Sunday April 21, 2024 at 2:30 p.m., the Most Reverend Francis Leo, Archbishop of Toronto...
Newly Initiated Catholics
Archbishop Leo visits St. Peter's Parish
Archbishop Leo Travels to St. Peter’s Church for Divine Mercy Sunday
On Sunday, April 7, 2024, the Most Reverend Francis Leo, Archbishop of Toronto traveled to St. Peter&rsquo...
Archdiocesan-Wide Consecration of the Blessed Virgin Mary
On the Solemnity of the Annunciation of Our Lord (April 8), parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto took...
Consecration of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord - April 8, 2024
The Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord is a feast that commemorates the most sublime moment in...
Easter Sunday - He Is Risen Alleluia!
At Easter, we rejoice in the empty tomb—Jesus's resurrection. Easter is the day Jesus rose...
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The Easter Vigil - Christ is Risen
It begins with the blessing of the Easter Fire and from it the Pascal Candle, which is then...

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100 Tenth Street
Etobicoke, ON
M8V 3G6

Office/Mailing Address
123 Eleventh Street
Etobicoke, ON
M8V 3G6

t:  416.259.2933

Rev. Joseph Morawski CSMA

Parish Staff
Veronika Holewińska
Parish Secretary

Walking Together documentary
Walking Together documentary
As Pope Francis’ pastoral visit to Canada kicks off this Sunday, July 24, Salt + Light Media has released Walking Together to help Canadians appreciate the broader story of the journey toward a meaningful reconciliation.
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How to Read the Bible in a Year
Elizabeth Klein is an Assistant Professor of Theology at the Augustine Institute, which serves the formation of Catholics for the New Evangelization through academic and parish programs. As part of its work, the institute helps Catholics to read the Bible in a year. Below, Klein shares tips on how to incorporate more Bible-reading into your daily life.
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Jesus Is with You in the Storm
"Today’s Gospel gives some important lessons for us to take to heart during these difficult and uncertain times. Following Jesus does not exempt us from storms of life. The disciples followed Jesus — the Son of God who had healed the sick, fed the hungry and performed miracles — into the boat and across the sea. And still a storm came. Storms are a part of life. ... Jesus never promised that there wouldn’t be storms in our life; But He promised to be with us in the storm." Read more of the homily by Fr. Biju Kannampuzha, pastor of St. John Vianney Parish in Barrie, Ont.
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