Monday, March 16, 2020

Mass Is (mostly) Cancelled, So What Else Can We Do? Featured

Public celebration of the Mass is resuming, but with restrictions. See: Attending Mass with Restrictions


Even if we cannot gather together, here are some options for still connecting with others and keeping our faith sustained and growing.

Updated on June 15.


Join us online.

Current live Mass (if available):

Most recent completed Mass:

The Church is a community, even when we are not together physically. The following are being streamed online as well as slowly opening to the public. To attend in person, please see: Attending Mass with Restrictions.

Please, help us to keep in touch with you.

  1. Sign up for our Email Bulletin and Newsletter if you have not already done so. Seriously, please do this.
  2. Follow us on Twitter or Facebook.
  3. Check for updates here on the parish website:

News, updates, prayer opportunities, suggestions, and more will be sent out through those channels.

Still available:

This list may change at any time.
Please, be considerate. If you are feeling at all unwell, stay home and keep others safe!

The Church doors will be open at times for personal prayer:

  • Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:30pm (typically).
  • Provincial regulations remain in effect, such as maximum number of people and minimum safe distance.

Reconciliation/Confession times:

  • Saturdays from 11:00am-12:00pm.
  • By appointment..


Support us:

We know this time is challenging for everyone, but we depend on your donations. Please keep us in mind.

  • Sign up for Pre-Authorized Giving (download and fill out the form found under Parish Forms), or consider increasing your current donation.
  • Donate online (using the button in the upper right) or send an Interac e-Transfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Send in cheques or parish envelopes by mail.
  • Contact us if you would like to give in some other way.

Thank you for your generous support.

Pray at home.

Join the Mass or other prayers virtually.

  • In addition to, other options are also available, such as CatholicTV or Toronto's Daily TV Mass. Some may also work on a smart TV or streaming device (e.g. AppleTV, Roku, Amazon FireTV).
  • VisionTV broadcasts the Mass daily at 6:00am and weekdays at 10:00am (SaskTel 23 / 323; Shaw 571; Bell 261). Salt & Light TV and EWTN also broadcast the Mass.

Pray the Rosary.

Try the Liturgy of the Hours.

Check out Worship@Home with your family.

  • It's a free online resource to help families with children pray together at home while we are unable to gather for Sunday Mass, right from their iPad or phone.
  • It gently coaches parents and their families through the age-appropriate prayer experience, and even makes it a little fun.

Pray as you go.

  • Pray as you go is a daily prayer session, designed to go with you wherever you go, to help you pray whenever you find time, but particularly whilst travelling to and from work, study, etc.
  • It's an excellent guided introduction to Lectio Divina, an amazing form of prayer based on the scriptures. Short, simple, and powerful.

Grow in faith.

Watch something awesome on FORMED.

Reach out to others.

  • Check on your friends, neighbors, and relatives - maybe even your enemies.
  • Chat over the phone, Facetime, Skype, etc.
  • If you're healthy and able, consider offering to pick up some groceries for those who are homebound or quarantined.
  • Remember, if you are sick, even a little, please stay home.

Pick one of the many, many other options.



We will do our best to keep this list updated as the days and weeks progress.


Official updates:


If you are sick, please stay home.

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