St. Ignatius Loyola Roman Catholic Church


Weekday Masses: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.
First Saturday of each month 9 a.m. followed by the rosary
(Church open 30 minutes before each mass) Weekend Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., Sunday 7:45 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and Noon (Church opens 30 minutes before each mass)


Each week for those unable to join us at the Parish. (Cardinal Collins has continued the dispensation from Sunday mass for those of any age whose health is compromised, have a fever or who exhibit symptoms of COVID-19).

Please note that the use of masks or face coverings inside all public places (including our church) is mandatory. Social distancing requirements result in reduced capacity in our church. We are therefore also livestreaming each weekend mass into the parish hall (with communion provided). With both church and hall in use, we are not requiring our parishioners to register to attend mass, but simply arrive on a first come/first serve basis for each mass. Entrance for all masses will be through the front door of the church only.


If you are unable to join us for mass at this time please consider the options of either through our Pre-Authorized Giving Program (click here for the form), or an electronic donation by credit card through the “Donate Now” button at the top right corner of the Archdiocese of Toronto website.


This multiple intention mass will be offered every Friday at 9 a.m. and each First Saturday of the month at 9 a.m.


Saturday 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by appointmen
(As the priests will use the meeting rooms adjacent to the sacristy please line up in the foyer of the church)


Closed Monday and Saturday
Tuesday to Friday: 9:30a.m. to 1:30p.m.
Sunday: 8:15a.m. to 1:15p.m.
At all other times you are always welcome to leave a voicemail or email message for any staff member as we continue to check our messages and respond on a daily basis.


Thank you for registering with our parish. Click here for the form.


From the Desk of Fr. Tim …

LIVESTREAM: Sunday 9:00A.M. Mass

Eternal Rest Grant unto Them O Lord...

Beginning this weekend and throughout November, we will follow the Church’s tradition of praying for our deceased relatives and friends by the offering of all Saturday evening and Sunday Masses for them.

Please record the names of those you wish us to remember at Mass in November on the envelopes provided for that purpose and place your envelope in the basket near the altar. The Basket of Remembrance will remain in the sanctuary throughout November.

If you are not currently attending mass in person, please send the names of your loved ones to the parish office and our staff will ensure that these names are also placed in the Basket of Remembrance.

Please note that no offering is required - we are much more interested in recording the names of those you wish remembered at mass! However, any donations are received they will be used to support the next Refugee family that we sponsor through the Office of Refugees, Archdiocese of Toronto.

All Souls Day Masses, Monday, November 2

Please join us as we will celebrate All Souls Day on Monday, November 2 with masses at 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. which will be offered for our beloved deceased relatives and friends.

Both masses will be livestreamed into the parish hall (for extra on-site capacity) and the 9:00 a.m. mass will also be livestreamed to the parish website for all those joining us from home.

A special Mass of Remembrance will be offered on Saturday, November 7 at 9:00 a.m. for those who have died over the past year. Invitation letters have been mailed to the families whose loved ones have been buried from St. Ignatius Loyola Church over the past year.

St Vincent de Paul Drive-Thru BUNDLE SUNDAY

Thank you for your support of this weekend’s SVP Bundle Sunday. Your support of gently used household items and clothing will go to support our sisters and brothers in need!

New Sunday Missals

The new 2020/2021 Sunday Missals are available in the parish office for $5.00 each. The Sunday Missal for Young Catholics is also available for $5.00.

Volunteer Thank You from Cardinal Collins

We extend a special thank you to all of our parishioners who volunteered (and continue to do so) in the various parish ministries that are required to keep our parish church clean and safe (cleaning and ushering ministry), the liturgies well organized (readers, eucharistic ministers and musicians) as well as those behind the scenes (counters, volunteer office assistance).

We have received special certificates from Cardinal Collins for each volunteer who participated since the re-opening in June through to September 30. We will be distributing them in the coming days.

In addition, we encourage all volunteers and parishioners to watch the livestream of the Mass for Volunteers that will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 4 at 7:30 a.m. by Cardinal Collins at St. Michael’s Cathedral at

New Electronic Donation/Payment Option Now Available

We have moved into the electronic payment world! If you are attending mass at the church you are now able to use our new touchless debit/credit card machine for processing one-time donations to the parish, for paying for mass cards or registration fees for the sacraments, etc.

Please visit the parish office before/after the weekend masses or weekdays (Tuesday – Friday from 9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m.) and our staff will be happy to assist you!

First Reconciliation and First Communion Registration Meetings for Grade 2 Parents/Guardians and Children

Meetings will take place on Tuesday, November 10 or Wednesday, November 11 for In-Person Registration from 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. in the front foyer. The In-Person Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. in the church.

Those who cannot/should not attend in person should join the meeting via Livestream beginning at 7:00 p.m. at .

We hope that most people will be here in person and we ask that the child attend and be accompanied by only ONE parent/guardian (to ensure social distancing).

If you plan to join us via Livestream, we ask that you read the directions in my registration letter and complete the registration form electronically here: . You will need a computer or iPad to fill out the editable PDF document. Please email it back to the parish office with a scanned copy of the baptismal certificate, before the registration meeting. You will also have to physically visit the parish office during the week (Tuesday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. or on a Sunday (8:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.) to pay the materials fee and receive the catechetical books.

My letter and registration forms have been emailed to all Grade 2’s in our parish schools (both in school and distance learners). If you have a child in Grade 2 not in our parish schools who would like to celebrate these sacraments with us this coming year, please pick up a copy of the letter and registration form from our parish office in person or visit: under ‘Sacramental Preparation’.

ShareLife: Supporting quality long-term care during the pandemic

The Providence Healthcare’s Houses of Providence is a ShareLife-funded long-term care residence for seniors in Scarborough.

“It’s been hard during Covid-19 since we’re not happy to be inside all the time, but we understand the precautions that staff are taking,” says Mary, a resident. “Providence staff have been absolutely wonderful and are doing a good job. I appreciate that all the staff are extremely careful with us, making sure we are safe. I thank them every time I see them for their hard work.”

We are grateful for your response thus far as we have received $ 215,114 towards our parish goal of $236,500. November 8 is the next ShareLife Sunday.

From now through November 8, you can double the impact of your donation. A generous donor is matching gifts up to $500,000. Please contribute by credit card through the ShareLife website or by dropping your envelope in the collection basket or mailing your contribution to the parish.

Civic Engagement Leadership Council, Info and Awareness on Euthanasia

Merciful Redeemer Church is hosting (socially distanced) or online, via YouTube an important presentation on the medical and legal issues surrounding the current proposed changes to Canada’s euthanasia laws on Wednesday, November 4 at 7:00 p.m. (

Dr David D’Souza and lawyer Daniel Santoro will review the issues in the proposed revisions to Canada’s euthanasia law. The new legislation does away with most so-called safeguards, and now proposes the legal right for anyone, perhaps also even minors, and those who do not have physical suffering. This is a challenge for us: to help provide adequate and loving care for those who suffer, and to love them and help them to find hope in their illness.

Please join us and get the information and motivation needed to be involved, building a culture of life!

Livestream Update

We ask for your continued patience as we work to correct the ongoing technical issues with the newly installed camera. We will continue to livestream into the parish hall, as well as the stream the 9:00 a.m. Sunday mass directly through the parish website (not YouTube) where it should remain for a few days.

2021 Pre-Marriage Course at Queen of Apostles Renewal Centre, Mississauga

The following dates are available for the in-person weekend Marriage Preparation Course following strict COVID-19 protocols: January 8-10, 29-31, February 12-14, March 12-14, April 23-25, May 21-23, October 29 – 31, November 19-21 and December 3-5. There are also some openings for December 11-13, 2020. Please call 905-278-5229 or email or visit their website at

Other Parish News…

Student Lunch Monitors Needed

All Saints Catholic Elementary School at 4105 Colonial Drive, Mississauga, is looking for 2 Student Monitors to supervise classrooms on lunch break from Monday to Friday from 11:45 a.m. -12:45 p.m. This is a paid position with the Board. All Board employees require a Criminal Reference – Vulnerable Sector Check before beginning work with us. This would be a great opportunity for any University or College Students studying from home or a family member who would like to get more involved at our school. Please contact the school office asap at 905-828-6348.

Christian Culture Gold Medal Award and Dr McQueen’s Presentation

Earlier this year the Board of Governors of Assumption University announced that Dr Moira McQueen was selected as the 2019 recipient of the Christian Culture Gold Medal Award. The presentation and Dr McQueen’s lecture, Your Ethics 'is for a Blessing!' (Your Ethics as a Blessing) was held on October 8, 2020.

Dr McQueen, LLB, MDiv, PhD, is the Executive Director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute. She is also a member of the Faculty of Theology, University of St Michael’s College, in the University of Toronto.

The video of the presentation and lecture are now on the websites of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute and Assumption University: and

Catholic Family Services Peel Dufferin

Although in-person services are not available currently, CFSPD is still able to provide support services, counselling, and virtual psychotherapy through telephone and a virtual platform.

To access services, please contact them at 905-450-1608 ext. 112. If you are in crisis, please call the Victim Services of Peel 24-hour crisis line at 905-568-1068.

The following parenting website may also be helpful during this time of pandemic: .

Catholic Family Services Peel-Dufferin (CFSPD) is a multi-service counselling agency that has been providing services in the Region of Peel since 1981. Their mandate is to strengthen families and help stop family violence. CFSPD is accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation, and Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Toronto and supported by your ShareLife donations.


LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass October 18, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass September 27, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass September 20, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass September 13, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass September 6, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass August 30, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass August 23, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass August 16, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass August 9, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass August 2, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 9:00A.M. Mass July 26, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 19, 2020
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LIVESTREAM: The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
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LIVESTREAM: The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
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Pentecost Message From Fr. Tim Hanley
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LIVESTREAM: Pentecost Sunday
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LIVESTREAM: Feast of the Ascension of our Lord
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LIVESTREAM: 6th Sunday of Easter Mass
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Fr Mauricio Sanjines on his 1st Anniversary of Priestly Ordination
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LIVESTREAM: 5th Sunday of Easter Mass
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LIVESTREAM: 4th Sunday of Easter Mass
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Fr. Tim Hanley on Volunteer Week
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LIVESTREAM: 3rd Sunday of Easter Mass
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LIVESTREAM: Second Sunday of Easter
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LIVESTREAM: Easter Sunday Mass
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LIVESTREAM: Good Friday Celebration of the Passion
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LIVESTREAM: Holy Thursday Mass
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Palm Sunday Homily by Fr. Tim Hanley
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April 1 talk by Fr. Tim Hanley
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5th Sunday of Lent Homily by Fr. Mauricio Sanjines
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March 25 announcement by Fr. Tim Hanley
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