Welcome to Our Lady of the Scapular Parish! Here are a few updates and current events in and around the parish (please bear with us as we refresh our website):

 

Mass schedule during grey lockdown

All Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Masses will continue as planned, but only for those who have a reservation.

During the lockdown, all Masses will continue as scheduled with added communion services, with a limit of 9 people.

Our office will also be closed for the province wide lockdown from December 23rd to January 25th, but we will be responding to messages.

 

  • Please welcome families and children who are making their first communion. These children would have made their first communion last spring! 

  • Interested in becoming Catholic? Click here for more information on our RCIA program. 

Facemasks are now mandatory

Anyone entering our parish or hall are required to wear a face covering, as mandated by local legislation. 
 

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Parish Office Hours:

CLOSED UNTIL

JAN 25th due to lockdown

Please Email or leave a message we will be responding as fast as we can.

This is how our parish is keeping you safe 

Weekend Masses

Saturday

5:00 pm

 

Sunday

8:00 a.m.

9:30 a.m. 

11:00 a.m.

Daily Mass

Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday:     9:00 am

 

Tuesday and Thursday:     7:00 pm

Sunday Mass Video

Confession

Tuesday

6:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

Thursday

6:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

Saturday

9:30 - 10:30

3:30 - 4:30

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Anytime by appointment!

Fr. Paul & Fr. Stephen

Parish Office:

905-358-7611

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MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Our Lady of the Scapular Parish is to create a welcoming, Christ-centred, Catholic community that answers the call to know, love, and serve God by spreading the Gospel through words and actions.

Diocesan Policy Regarding the Mandatory Use of Face Coverings

 

Some highlights of the policy: 

  • The wearing of face coverings is mandatory for those 5 years of age or older who enter the church for any public gathering including Masses, funerals, weddings (excluding the bride and the groom) and other liturgies.  

  • Hospitality ministers must wear face coverings 

  • Face shields are not an adequate form of face covering

  • Masks will be provided if you don't have one 

  • Face coverings are to be removed for communion 

  • "Any individual...who does not comply with the diocesan policy and the mandatory face covering law will be solely responsible for any penalty or fine that might be levied by the municipality or county for non-compliance."