Mass Times

Thank you Lord Jesus!  Welcome back!

As of Friday June 11, 2021, the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the government is permitting Churches to open up at 15% capacity … that’s 90 people for Blessed Sacrament Parish

For contact-tracing purposes, everyone will need to either register online or sign-in at the door.  Regrettably, if we are FULL and you did not pre-register online, you will not be able to stay.


(15% capacity begins on Friday June 11)

When Celebrating Holy Mass at Home

For safety reasons, RESTROOMS ARE CLOSED IN THE CHURCH.    For emergencies, the HANDICAP WASHROOM will remain open (take the elevator to the basement), however, 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.

Please note ~ Mass schedules will be adapted during the Triduum/Easter & Christmas Liturgical Seasons.


Saturday 4:30 pm  (This Mass satisfies your Sunday obligation)

Sunday ~ † 9:30 am AND 11:30 am


Monday AND Tuesday ~ 6:30 pm

Wednesday TO Saturday ~ 9:30 am


(Senior Home Masses have been suspended due to the pandemic.  Thank you for your patience.)

Lord Lansdowne Seniors Residence, 920 Bank Street ~ Tuesday † 10:00 am

The Glebe Centre, 950 Bank Street ~ Thursday † 10:30 am

Colonel-By Residence, 43 Aylmer Avenue ~ Friday † 11:00 am

Join us for FIRST FRIDAY & FIRST SATURDAY Devotions,
in reparation to the Sacred & Immaculate Hearts of Jesus and Mary.


SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:  Please email Fr. Tim Nelligan at or call the office for an appointment.  Fr. Tim will hear your Confession in his office (Fourth Avenue entrance), exercising the ‘distancing policy’.

Normal Reconciliation Schedule

  • See Father Tim before or after Mass
  • 10:00 to 10:30 AM (after the Saturday morning Mass)
  • 3:45 pm to 4:15 PM (before the Sunday Vigil Mass)

*Contact the office to schedule an appointment for Confession outside the scheduled times.*

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