Latest News and Events

Reopening of the Cathedral 

St. Peter's Cathedral reopens for Mass on the weekend of June 12/13, 2021 with the current restricted seating plan in place.


Weekend Mass Times:

Saturday 5 pm, Sunday 8:30 am, 10:30 am & 12:30 pm.

Please reserve a seat here

Weekday Mass: Wednesday 12 pm. No reservation required.

From the Desk of our Rector

Know the latest parish announcements and be inspired by Scriptural and current events reflections by our pastor, Fr. Jim Mockler. Read here.

From the Office of the Bishop 

Year of St. Joseph Novena & Act of Entrustment

In keeping with the celebration of the “Year of Saint Joseph”, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops National Liturgy Office has composed a Novena and an Act of Entrustment to Saint Joseph.

Frequently Asked Questions on Residential Schools and the Catholic Church

As part of Fr. Jim’s message recently, he calls us to “educate ourselves on our history” as we pray and reflect on our own personal and collective response to the disturbing news over 2 weeks ago. The Diocese has provided us a glimpse at some of our history through a “Frequently Asked Questions on Residential Schools and the Catholic Church” section on their website. Click here.

Introducing our new Parochial Vicar

Get to know our new parochial vicar, Fr. Christopher Pietraszko, as he introduces himself here. Fr. Chris will join us on July 18th.

Financial Update: 2020 Finance Report

Brian Galea, parish business manager, together with the Finance Committee, shares with the parishioners the 2020 Finance Report. Read here.

Celebrating the Sacraments

To register your child for the sacraments please contact Cathryn Hall or 519-432-3475 ext 225.

St. Peter’s Cathedral Goes “Live”

Wednesday Daily Masses at noon and Saturday Masses at 5 pm (ET) are livestreamed on our YouTube channel. You may wish to subscribe to get reminder notices of upcoming celebrations. Link to our YouTube channel HERE.

Cathedral Connections - Summer 2021

Get your electronic copy of the latest issue of the Cathedral Connections here.

We remember in prayer...

We remember in prayer all those who are sick. We also pray for those who have died; and comfort those who mourn. For the requested Mass intentions, click here.

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.

Parish Bulletin Update

Take a look at our parish bulletin this weekend.  Despite the pandemic, life continues to unfold.  We want to provide you with creative ways of engaging you in ministry, faith formation and growth in prayer.  Check things out here.

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