Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

This Weeks Readings: Genesis 2.7ab, 15, 18-24; Psalm 128; Hebrews 2.9-11; Mark 10.2-16.

The Lord has directly breathed his very own breath of life into us. He has formed us, woman and man, to be in partnership and community, to support each other in good times and bad. God calls us each by name to be family. Jesus describes the commitment we owe one another in marriage as husband and wife. By extension he commands us to welcome the little children into our midst for they are the ones who model His Kingdom to us.

Next Week's Readings: Wisdom 7.7-11; Psalm 90; Hebrews 4.12-13; Mark 10.17-30.

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First Reconciliation & First Communion Registration

Registration for First Reconciliation and First Communion will now be accepted in the Parish Office.  

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Confirmation Registration 

Grade 8 Parent and Candidate Meetings

  • Friday, October 16th at 7:00 pm OR Saturday, October 17th at 9:30 am.

The Grade 7 Confirmation Registration period is now closed.


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9:30am SATB Harmony Choir

The SATB Harmony choir consists of a diverse group of musicians who love to sing in praise of our Lord. We enhance the music of the liturgy at the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Mass as we lead the congregation with a mix of traditional hymns, spirituals and other familiar styles of music. The choir also prepares a selection of choral pieces to further celebrate the gifts we all have and glorify the Lord in song.

The only skill you need to have is a desire to sing! There is no audition and none of us were trained voices when we joined. By singing in the choir you can learn to sing in harmony and to enhance your other musical skills. Beyond singing, the choir knows that fellowship and friendship are a critical part of being part of the choir. We have several social events throughout the year and host the Annual Parish Lobsterfest.  The friendships that develop last a lifetime!

Rehearsals are held on Thursdays in the St. Patrick's Church, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. from September through June. There is no better time than right now to come out and see if you would enjoy singing with us.

Fall Appeal for new members!!

The choir has only been back for a couple of weeks and we are just starting some new music in preparation for Advent and Christmas. Now is the perfect time to come out so that we can all learn the new music together.  Don't wait, join us on Thursdays or email us at for more information!

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Spotlight in RCIA

he RCIA welcomes newcomers at any time of the year and meets on Tuesday evenings. Particularly we are in search of a "few good men", who are willing to act as a sponsor and share their faith with another guy.   One of our inquirers could really benefit from someone who speaks Mandarin.   Men and women looking for a grace-filled presence of a unique spiritual journey as sponsor should call Jean at (905) 471-1103 for more information

Project Hope

In response to this global humanitarian crisis, Cardinal Thomas Collins has announced today the launch of “Project Hope”, a special emergency appeal to respond to the tragic situation. The 100-day campaign will have a target of $3 million and a goal of settling 100 refugee families within the Greater Toronto Area as soon as possible. The effort will also require 100 volunteer committees to assist with settlement services. The archdiocese will prioritize refugees fleeing war and violence in areas of greatest need, including Syria and Iraq, regardless of religious affiliation. Those wishing to support the campaign financially can do so in the following ways:

  • Donate through the Archdiocese of Toronto website at:
  • By phone via credit card through the Development Office at: (416) 934-3411
  • Through their local Catholic church, making cheques payable to: Name of Parish – Project Hope – Refugee Sponsorship