ALL PUBLIC MASSES
ARE CANCELLED

Due to new COVID-19 restrictions, effective Monday, November 23rd

ALL MASSES ARE CANCELLED

until further notice.

Food Bank

 Every Saturday   

    from 9:00am to 10:30am  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
or Personal conversation

Please call the office and make an appointment to meet Fr. Wilson Andrade at 416-577-2973 or email at stannparishtoronto@gmail.com

Celebration of Sacraments

    Baptism     

Preparation is required, 

please contact our office. 

 Reconciliation

 By appointment,

please contact our office.

      Matrimony      

Couples should contact office

one year in advance.    

St. Ann Parish Mission

Moved by the Good News of Christ Jesus, St. Ann’s is a servant community where we:

  1. value our diversity and welcome everyone;

  2. provide a safe circle for the growth of the human spirit free from judgmental attitudes;

  3. are committed to just and compassionate action;

  4. joyfully celebrate and participate in the Sacraments.

CELEBRATE MASS ONLINE

Please do subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the

Daily Masses and Inspirational Videos. 

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LIVESTREAM MASS

Please join our live-stream Mass as we celebrate the 

Feast Presentation of the Lord

on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 @ 7:00 pm

We invite everyone to light a candle at home during the Mass

Live on our Facebook Page

Food bank adapts to COVID challenge

The Catholic Register

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Volunteers at St. Ann’s Food Bank distribute close to $600,000 in food donations annually. 

 

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The Catholic Register, the oldest English Catholic publication in Canada, was founded in 1893 but its roots reach back 30 years earlier. 

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Native People’s Parish
Historical Highlights

In 1972 Native Peoples’ Parish began as a Chaplaincy when Father Barney Mayhew was asked by the Toronto Bishops to represent the church’s response to the increasing number of First Nations people 

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In January, 1908, the late Rev. Hugh J. Canning, then pastor of St. Joseph’s, purchased the old Presbyterian Church at the corner of Bolton Ave. and Gerrard St, marking the beginning of St. Ann’s Parish.

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