With a heart full of compassion, Jesus heals many people in the crowd who have gathered to be with him. He not only heals them, but feeds them until they are full. Fr. Jim Mockler shares a message of faith that feeds our hungry hearts. Listen Here
Cathedral Finance Report #2
Our parish finance committee continues to monitor our financial health as physical distancing measures continue. Brian Galea, parish business manager, has given us his latest report on financial matters. See the letter here.
What To Expect
The parish team has given you a written and visual presentation of what you will see when you come to church. This is what to expect. As expressed repeatedly in all of our communications, our first obligation is to do whatever we can to help prevent the spread of the virus. Each and every one of us has been commanded to love each other. Therefore, our efforts to protect each other is an act of love.
A Message from Fr. Jim
Fr. Jim conveys words of greeting and some good advice on the gradual reopening of the Cathedral church and the reintroduction of the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. A copy of his letter is found here.
Diocesan Directive on Re-Opening
Every parish, following the directives of the Bishop, will re-open their church buildings in a measured, responsible and safe way. Good planning and numerous volunteers will help us meet these objectives. Details of the Diocesan directives are found here.
Preparing to Re-Open our Church
The Government of Ontario and the Ministry of Health have given permission for houses of worship to open again. The health and safety of the faithful, clergy, staff and volunteers are of utmost importance and some precautions and training must be put in place first. It is our hope to open our doors to worship as safety protocols are in place. For more information check here.
Subcribe to the Parish Bulletin
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Audio/Visual Spiritual Resources
Sometimes is it easier for us to listen to a spiritual reflection or teaching than it is to read. I have listed a few websites or podcasts you might find helpful for prayer and in your own spiritual formation. Click here.