On the Memorial of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Friday, July 16, 2021, the Government of Ontario permitted Churches to open to full capacity, with physical distancing in place. This means for us here at Blessed Sacrament Parish, we can receive upwards of 180 parishioners in the Church proper at each Holy Mass!


For safety reasons, RESTROOMS ARE CLOSED IN THE CHURCH.  For emergencies, the HANDICAP WASHROOM will remain openPlease note, it is the responsibility of the user to clean up after themselves with the cleaning supplies provided.  Signs have been posted at the entrances.  Thank you for your understanding and support.


SACRAMENTAL CARE

For an emergency ‘Anointing of the Sick’, please call the Parish Office at 613-232-4891


A TIME OF PRAYER: 

  • We are pleased to offer parishioners the opportunity to sit with Our Lord in the Church proper during office hours, Tuesday to Friday, 10:00 am to 3:30 pm.  If you desire to spend time in front of the Tabernacle, please enter through the Parish Office door, located off of 4th Avenue.  A disinfecting station and sign-in sheet will be provided. 
  • Please take into consideration that if our custodian is working in the Church, he will need to continue.  Thank you for your understanding.

BULLETIN ADVERTISERS:


Assembly of First Nations - Wikipedia  IN UNION WITH OUR INDIGENOUS BROTHERS AND SISTERS  Assembly of First Nations - Wikipedia

In these past months, we have all been confronted with the sad reality of our past.  Many of us living today, are poorly informed of what has happened.  The following links are provided so that you may become more aware of our history and of what has transpired as a means of making reparation by those who were directly and indirectly involved with the ‘Truth and Reconciliation Commission’ of 2006.  I encourage you to take the time to read this material.  Dialogue can only be fruitful if we are informed of its subject.  If you have other material that you think may be of help in this context, please forward it to the Office.

Thank you and God Bless you!

Fr. Tim

“We must always seek to move from Ignorance to Knowledge,
for it is only with Knowledge that we can exercise Wisdom in our living.”