Mass times

Mass times

There will be No 7:00am Masses on Monday Oct. 2, for National Truth and Reconciliation Day, and Monday Oct. 9, for Thanksgiving.

Weekend Mass Times

  • Saturday: 5:00pm.
  • Sunday: 9:00am, 11:00am & 4:00pm

**Masks are no longer Mandatory for Worship Services.

Weekday Mass Times

  • Monday- *7:00am & 8:30am
  • Tuesday- 4:30pm
  • Wednesday- 9:00am  
  • Thursday- *7:00am & 8:30am 
  • Friday – *7:00am & 8:30am (1st Friday Mass @ 7:00pm) *No 7:00am Mass on First Friday.
  • Saturday- 9:00am
  • *No 7:00am Masses Christmas Season, Easter Season, Holiday Monday’s &  Summer months.



No 7:00am Masses, Monday, Thursday, & Friday- 7:00am Masses will resume Thursday September 7th.

Masses on Wednesday will move to 8:30am -will resume back to 9:00am on Wednesday September 6th.

Masses During the Week

  • Monday- 8:30am
  • Tuesday- 4:30pm
  • Wednesday – 8:30am
  • Thursday – 8:30am
  • Friday –  8:30am (1st Friday Mass @ 7:00pm in the Chapel)

Confessions: Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday @8:00am

Confessions: Tuesday @4:00pm




My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.


Let us pray, dearly beloved, for a swift end to the coronavirus pandemic that afflicts our world, that our God and Father will heal the sick, strengthen those who care for them, and help us all to persevere in faith.

Prayer in silence. Then the Priest prays:

Almighty and merciful God, source of all life, health, and healing, look with compassion on our world, brought low by disease; protect us in the midst of the grave challenges that assail us and in your fatherly providence grant recovery to the stricken, strength to those who care for them, and success to those working to eradicate this scourge. Through Christ our Lord. Amen


Act of Faith

Lord Jesus Christ, I firmly believe that you are present in this Blessed Sacrament as true God and true Man, with your Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity. My Redeemer and my Judge, I adore your Divine Majesty together with the angels and the saints. I believe O Lord, increase my faith.

Act of Hope

Good Jesus, in you alone I place all my hope. You are my salvation and my strength, the source of all good. Through your mercy, through your Passion and Death, I hope to obtain the pardon of my sins, the grace of final perseverance, and a happy eternity.

Act of Love

Jesus, my God, 1 love you with my whole heart and above all things, because you are the one supreme Good and an infinitely perfect Being. You have given your life for me, a poor sinner, and in your mercy you have even offered yourself as food for my soul. My God, I love you. Inflame my heart so that I may love you more.

Act of Contrition

O my Saviour, I am truly sorry for having offended you because you are infinitely good and sin displeases you. I detest all the sins of my life and I desire to atone for them. Through the merits of your Precious Blood, wash from my soul all stain of sin, so that, cleansed in body and soul, I may worthily approach the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar.