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    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/15471/slideshows/homeMedium/Ascension_StP1A%2018i-final.jpg ELEVENTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME - June13

    The Book & Gift Shop will reopen this weekend - June 12 & 13 ... Saturday – 1 pm to 5 pm ...
    Sunday - 8:30 am to 2 pm.  For the weekly schedule of hours, please click here.

    The online webstore is accepting and fulfilling orders at https://www.stpgiftsandbooks.ca

    Phone: 613 235-7963
  • mass livestreamed

    Saint Patrick's is making our Sunday Vigil Mass (Saturday 4:30 pm) available by livestream. The Mass will be available as a video recording on Sunday morning.  The livestream and the recorded Mass are available on our YouTube Channel - click here. 

  • contact tracing for masses

    By Public Health Order, the parish is obliged to have contact information for all those who attend Masses - Sunday and Weekday.

    For the online Sunday Mass form, click here.

    For the online Weekday Mass form, click here.

    Signup sheets are also available at the entrances to the Basilica.

  • Accountability of Bishops

    In keeping with the requirements of the Holy See, at the beginning of May, the Bishops of Canada launched a national, bilingual service for reporting situations of sexual abuse either committed or covered-up by a Bishop. The Canadian Reporting System for Sexual Abuse or Cover-up by a Catholic Bishop operates on a confidential, secure platform.

    Individuals can access the reporting system online (www.BishopReportingSystem.ca) or via a toll-free number (1-866-892-3737). To learn more about the Canadian Reporting System for Sexual Abuse or Cover-up by a Catholic Bishop, please visit https://www.cccb.ca/about/responsible-ministry/reporting-and-resources-for-victims. (Source: www.cccb.ca)


    To see the statement from Archbishop Marcel Damphousse regarding the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children at the former Kamploops Residential School - please click here

    To see a list of "Frequently Asked Questions" regarding Indian Residential Schools (prepared by the Archdiocese of Toronto) - please click here

    To see the message from Archbishop Marcel Damphousse regarding COVID-19 vaccinations - please click here

  • Prayer intention of the holy father - JUNE

    The Beauty of Marriage
    Let us pray for young people who are preparing for marriage with the support of a Christian community: may they grow in love, with generosity, faithfulness and patience.

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  • reopening ontario

    UPDATE - June 8  Following the Provincial Government's announcement yesterday, we can advise that we will be returning to our regular schedule of Sunday and Weekday Masses, starting with the Sunday Masses (including the Saturday Vigil Mass at 4:30 pm) this coming weekend - June 12 & 13.  For the remaining days of this week, we will keep to the existing schedule (see below) of opening hours and Confession times.

    PLEASE NOTE: Wearing a face mask or covering which covers the nose, mouth and chin is to be worn at all times in the church. No exemptions are permitted.

  • PARISH bulletin

    Eleventh Sunday of Ordinary Time - June 13.  Please note that there is no parish bulletin until further notice.  In lieu, please click here to view the notes for this  Sunday.

    If you wish to receive parish emails, including the Sunday Bulletin and homilies, please complete the online form by clicking here.


    To view the Message from the Rector on the Sacrament of Confession - please click here 

    June 13, 2021

    Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,

    Following the discovery of unmarked children’s graves at the site of the former Indian Residential School in Kamloops, news continues to reverberate throughout Canada and beyond. A repeated demand is for a papal apology for the involvement of the Catholic Church in Canada, with the federal government, in the establishment and running of residential schools.  It is clear that Pope Francis is aware of the situation.  At his Angelus address on Sunday June 6th, the Holy Father had the following remarks:  the Pope said that he “joins the Canadian Bishops and the whole Catholic Church in Canada in expressing his closeness to the Canadian people, who have been traumatised by the shocking news. The sad discovery further increases understanding of the pain and suffering of the past.” The Pope issued an appeal to political and religious authorities of Canada “to continue to work together with determination to shed light on this sad event and to commit themselves ... 

    Please click here to see the complete message


    Announced Mass Intentions

    Please note: with the exception of the livestreamed Sunday Vigil Mass (Saturday 4:30 pm), all other announced Mass Intentions, as of April 19, will need to be rescheduled.  This will be completed soon.

    Seniors' Corner

    If you wish to participate, we would ask you to register with the parish.  To do so, please register on our parish web site -  click here - or by calling the Parish Office at 613 233-1125 (ext. 526).  For more information, please click here.

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