News & Events for St. Charles Borromeo.ca

Roadmap For Reopening, Tue, June 08, 2021

On Monday, June 7, 2021 the provincial government announced revisions to the
“Roadmap for Reopening”
as they relate to places of worship.

Residential Schools Update, Thu, June 03, 2021

Please read the following update from Cardinal Collins regarding Residential Schools.

Prayer in Time of COVID, Mon, May 03, 2021

A prayer from Bishop Robert Kasun:


Gracious God, you who are the author of all life, and who desire the well-being of all people, during these dark days of COVID-19, increase in us, respect and reverence for all human life.

Grant restored health to the sick, comfort and hope to the dying, eternal peace for those who have died, strength to family members, relatives, clergy, friends and volunteers, renewed energy to hospital workers, PSWs, nurses and doctors, and perseverance to all more..

Directives regarding Communion Services, Fri, April 23, 2021

We have received directives from His Eminence Cardinal Collins regarding Communion Services.

We have been given permission to continue with Communion Services on Saturday and Sundays by appointment only.

Communion Services will begin May 1.
- May 1 & 2
- May 8 & 9
- May 15 & 16

We can have 10 people in Church per services.
Appointments are required.

To book your spot please call the office at 416-787- more..

Message from Cardinal Collins, Mon, April 19, 2021

On Friday, April 16, the provincial government announced further restrictions in an attempt to minimize the transmission of Covid-19. The new measures have a direct impact on places of worship as part of an extended stay-at-home order, which will be in place until at least May 20, 2021. Restrictions for All Parishes in the Archdiocese of Toronto as of Monday, April 19, 2021 ·

Parishes must restrict attendance inside the church to 10 people, including priests hearing confessions or a staff me more..

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