Holy Eucharist

Daily Masses

Monday-Thursday               8:00 am

Friday (Adoration)                6:00 pm

             (Holy Eucharist)        7:00 pm

Saturday Vigil                       5:00 pm

Sunday                                 10:30 am

                                                 6:00 pm 

   Native Peoples’ Mass      12:30 pm

   Bridgepoint Hospital         2:30 pm

Celebration of Sacraments

Baptism     

Preparation required, 

please contact office. 

Reconciliation      

Saturdays 4:15 - 4:45 pm or

by appointment.

Matrimony      

Couple contacts office

one year in advance.    

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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.

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St. Ann Parish is a community of small communities within God's people representing all ages, races, cultures and states of health and mind. As sisters and brothers, we work together and value one another in our diversity.

Our community is a sanctuary for the human spirit where all members may know that they can take part, that their opinions are respected, where efforts are made to understand differences. Although challenges by one another, our ideas and vision can grow in care and concern for others, and our personal and spiritual development is fostered.

As a servant community, we are committed to answer the needs of our parishioners, our neighbourhood and our city. Challenged by the world, we are called to be in solidarity with suffering people everywhere, and to work and act together for the fullness of life through compassion and justice as God's hands in the world.

Prompted by the call of the Good News of Jesus Christ and led by the Spirit, all are encouraged to take an active part as we gather together in vibrant community to nourish our faith and the praise God in joyful, music-filled celebrations of sacraments.   

Native People’s Parish

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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Historical Highlights

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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