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Farewell to parishioners leaving the Parish. Please be sure to let the Parish Office know.
COVID-19 Update - March 10, 2022
As of March 11, the following will be in place:
- All worship services go to 100% capacity
- No vaccination requirement for any worship services
- No mask requirement for any people in worship services
PANCAKE BREAKFAST IS BACK!
Pancake Breakfast, hosted by the Knights of Columbus, returns on Sunday, May 15. Breakfast will be served after the 8:00am and 10:00am Masses.
Cost is $5.00 per person.
Hello Bingo Players!
Because of the lifting of certain restrictions, we are able to re-open Bingo this Thursday, February 24, 2022. Please be extra patient over the next while, as we will have new people working in various roles.
- Proof of vaccination and a piece of government issued photo ID will still be required.
- The wearing of a face mask while in our facility, unless actively eating or drinking, will still be required.
- Maximum capacity will remain at 108 players.
Another change to note is that NO OUTSIDE FOOD will be permitted in our facility. This is in keeping with our Food Management System/Food Safety Plan, under Vancouver Coastal Health.
Spread the word to all your Bingo buddies!
Many thanks for your continued participation and support!
Monday to Saturday, 30 minutes before morning Mass; Saturdays from 3:30 to 4:45pm; by appointment at 604-277-3213
Reality in Truth and Reconciliation
(June 16, 2021) In this homily, Father Cristino Bouvette says the enduring faith of his Indigenous grandmother shows the real peace of Christ heals even the torments of residential schools.
Statement from Cardinal Thomas Collins
(June 3, 2021) Statement from Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto re Discovery of Children's Remains at former Kamloops Residential School
Expression of Commitment – Archdiocese of Vancouver
(June 2, 2021) Letter from Archbishop Michael Miller in light of the heartbreaking disclosure of the remains of 215 children at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.
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