Marriage Sunday
February 10, 2019

Letter from Cardinal Thomas Collins for Marriage Sunday 2019

 

To Married Couples throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto,

As we celebrate Marriage Sunday in the Archdiocese of Toronto, I wish to congratulate and thank married couples who strengthen our community through their daily witness of love, commitment and selflessness. Your ongoing “yes” provides hope and inspiration for the community, strengthened by God’s grace and the love and prayers of family and friends.

We also extend our loving support to those who have lost a spouse or have experienced the pain and suffering of a broken relationship. If you are in need of assistance during these difficult days, I encourage you to seek out programs and resources in your own parish or throughout our diocese so that we may accompany you through the healing process.

To those assisting couples as they prepare for marriage and for those engaged in marriage enrichment programs or movements to support the sacrament of matrimony, be assured of my gratitude. Your ministry is essential in laying a foundation for healthy relationships and loving families, something so urgently needed in our world today. A host of resources and additional information on Marriage Sunday can be found by visiting: www.archtoronto.org/marriage or feel free to connect with your own parish community.

Thank you for all that you continue to do to value and enrich the sacrament of marriage in our homes and parishes, extending our love for one another to all those we encounter each and every day. May God continue to bless you now and always!

 

Sincerely in Christ, 

Thomas Cardinal Collins
Archbishop of Toronto


 

altar servers

Called to Serve

We are seeking altar servers to assist at Sunday Mass.

Are you a student in gr. 3 or above who has received the Sacrament of First Communion? You are eligible to serve at Mass! Training will be provided.

Please contact the office or speak with Fr. Joseph for details.

RCIA at St. Cecilia Church

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process developed by the Catholic church for prospective converts to Catholicism.

We welcome all those who are interested in learning about, or joining, our faith community.

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Choir Rehearsals

If you enjoy singing with others and are interested in participating in our music programme, then this is a great opportunity to get involved! All levels of experience welcome.

Our choir rehearses on Thursday evenings and sings during the 11 a.m. Sunday Mass, as well as during other special celebrations.

For more information, contact our organist and choir director, Peter Treen at 416-533-1301 or visit us upstairs after any Sunday, 11 a.m. Mass!

Marian Prayer Group

The Marian Prayer Group meet on Mondays in the Church from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Everyone is welcome!

Rosary Apostolate in Schools

The Rosary Apostolate in the schools is seeking volunteers, (male or female), who have devotion to the Mother of God and who are willing to visit our elementary schools to pray the Rosary with the children once a month.  Training will  be provided.

If you are interested, please contact Ann Clough at 416- 769-3711, Lorraine Ostafew at 416-766-8929 or Frances McKee at 416-766-6712.

Sunday Smile

A pastor and associate are standing by the side of a road holding up a sign that reads “The end is near! Turn around now before it’s too late!”

A passing driver yells, “You guys are nuts!” and speeds past them. From around the curve, they hear screeching tires - then a big splash.

The pastor turns to the associate and says, “Do you think we should just put up a sign that says ‘Bridge Out’ instead?”

2014 Church Photo with Rectory_edited

Mass Schedule:

Weekday (Monday to Saturday): 9:05 am
Saturday: 7:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am and 11:00 am
First Friday Exposition: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00 pm or by Appointment


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DECEMBER 22nd, 2018 until JANUARY 9th, 2019


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