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FAMILY BREAKFAST

On Feb. 18th from 10 to 11am we are having another family breakfast for all the families in our Children’s Liturgy program as well as anyone who would like to join us,  please plan to come for fun, food and an activity for the kids.  All are welcome!

ASH WEDNESDAY

ASH WEDNESDAY is February 14th and marks the beginning of Lent. Distribution of ashes will be offered at our regular 9am Mass, as well as another Mass at 7pm. Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence; all Catholics from 18 to 60 are asked to fast, meaning they should eat no more than one simple meal and two snacks during the day, and all those age 14 and over are…

HOLY SPIRIT DAY

All Confirmandi and a sponsor or parent are invited to Holy Spirit Day at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, on Sunday, Feb. 25th from 2 to 4 pm. Come join us and meet Confimandi from all of the parishes in our diocese and meet Bishop Msgr Christian Lepine. Please keep in your prayers our 24 children who will be celebrating their Confirmation this year.

ALPHA IS COMING! ALPHA IS COMING!

Is there something more to life than this? The Alpha program allows you share in a meal and meet people asking the same questions as you. Come enjoy some food, fellowship and find out what God has in store for you. Alpha begins at St. Ignatius on Monday, February 19th at Porco Restaurant and Wednesday, February 21st in the Lounge and will continue for the next 11 weeks.…

ASH WEDNESDAY

ASH WEDNESDAY is February 14th and marks the beginning of Lent. Distribution of ashes will be offered at our regular 9am Mass, as well as another Mass at 7pm. Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence;  all Catholics from 18 to 60 are asked to fast, meaning they should eat no more than one simple meal and two snacks during the day, and all those age 14 and over are…

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Sunday, February 11th is World Day of Prayer for the Sick.  We will offer the Sacrament of the Anointing of the sick on Saturday the 10th, immediately following the 4:30 pm. Mass.  Anyone with a serious illness or malady or facing an upcoming surgery or hospital stay is invited to come up for the anointing after Mass. The Sacrament of the sick is not strictly for those…

HOW CAN WE GROW IN OUR FAITH?

I invite you to consider joining a Discipleship Group (DG) in this New Year. Sometimes it is difficult to see how we can grow in our faith, and sometimes it just seems daunting. We know that God wants us to grow, but the ‘how’ can be the hard part. DGs are meant to make it easy. DGs are 4 to 6 session courses, taken in the context of a small group and hosted…

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER RELIC

One of the world’s most remarkable Christian relics, the right forearm and hand of St. Francis Xavier, the great 16th-century Jesuit missionary, is on a pilgrimage across Canada this month. On Tuesday, January 30th, the relic will come to St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish, there will be a brief Liturgy  at 2 pm followed by a time of veneration until 4 pm. All are…

WE’RE MOVING!!!

During Advent Monday morning Mass will be moved to 7:30am. We hope that many of our busy parishioners will be able to start their work week with the Eucharist prior to catching a train or rushing off to work. Please consider joining us some Monday this month.

O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL

O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL Joyful and triumphant O come ye, o come ye to Bethlehem Come and behold Him Born the King of Angels! O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord. That is the beginning of one of the most beloved Christmas hymns and this month we are inviting you to come adore Christ the Lord on Monday mornings.…