St. Ignatius Loyola Roman Catholic Church

WEEKDAY AND WEEKEND MASSES RESUME…NO RESERVATION REQUIRED!

Weekday Masses: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.
(Church open weekdays 8:30 a.m. to Noon)
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)

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.

SATURDAY 9 A.M. MASS CANCELLED UNTIL SEPTEMBER

This multiple intention mass will be cancelled until September and the church will remain closed on Saturdays throughout the summer. Multiple Intention masses will be offered each Friday at 9 a.m. during July and August.

LIVESTREAM OF SUNDAY MASS TO WEBSITE NOW MOVED TO 9 A.M.

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. The livestreaming of the mass on our parish website will continue each Sunday during the 9 a.m. parish mass for those who cannot join us here at the church.

CONFESSIONS

Confessions may be arranged by appointment only with one of the priests by calling us and leaving a message or seeing us after one of the weekday or weekend masses to arrange a time.

PARISH OFFICE - LIMITED HOURS

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9:30a.m. to Noon
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.

 

From the Desk of Fr. Tim …

LIVESTREAM: 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 5, 2020
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Church Re-Opening Message From Fr. Tim Hanley (June 17, 2020)

WELCOME BACK TO ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA PARISH

We want to ensure your health and safety in returning to church. We remind you that 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. The livestreaming of the mass on our parish website will also continue each Sunday at the new time of 9 a.m. for those who cannot join us for mass at the church.

As we implement our re-opening plans, we must do so with prudence and caution, ensuring that we do everything possible to reduce the potential transmission of the virus. As you can expect, things will look a little different when you arrive for mass. The wearing of masks is recommended for all over the age of 3, but not required. Masks will be also be available at the doors of the church and hall. You will also be asked to sanitize your hands upon entering the church or hall and follow the directives of the ushers to the next available seating.

The church and hall must be sanitized before the arrival of those entering for the next mass. We continue to need volunteers to assist us with this important task, as well as greeters and ushers for each mass (masks and gloves will be provided for all these volunteers). Please leave your name and contact information by email or voicemail to our lay pastoral associate Caroline Borcsok if you can assist us in welcoming our people back to church!

Due to the sanitization procedures and reduced capacity of the church and hall the doors of the church will remain locked until 30 minutes before each mass. Once the doors open you will be asked to wait to be invited into the church on a first come/first serve basis. Once the church is full you will be directed to the parish hall for the livestream mass.

RECEPTION OF HOLY COMMUNION

For the reception of holy communion each communion line has floor markers 6 feet from the priest or eucharistic minister and at intervals of 6 feet to ensure social distancing. The dialogue between the Eucharistic Minister and communicant occurs at a 6 ft physical distance. After the dialogue, the communicant may remove his or her mask and approach the Eucharistic Minister who carefully places the Body of Christ in the communicant’s hand without touching the person.

Upon the strong recommendation of medical authorities, Holy Communion is received only in the hand at this time.

THANKS TO ALL FOR YOUR EXTRA MINISTRY

As we implement our re-opening plans, we do so with safety and your health in mind, but also with great joy as we prepare to welcome you back into your parish church. I thank all who will assist us in the welcoming and cleaning of the church and our readers, eucharistic ministers and musicians who will continue to help us to celebrate the presence of the Lord in a joyful manner during these challenging times. I look forward to seeing you again as we rejoice in celebrating the eucharist once again in our parish church. God Bless!

OFFICE RE-OPENING ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY MORNINGS

Now that we are in Phase 2 of re-opening we are able to open our parish office for a limited time each week: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to Noon. At all other times please continue to leave e-mail or voice mail message for the staff who will respond daily to your inquiries.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED FINANCIAL SUPPORT- PRE-AUTHORIZED GIVING (PAG) or CREDIT CARD DONATION AS TOUCHLESS GIVING OPTIONS

We are grateful for your support throughout this challenging time. If you are unable to join us for Sunday mass (where there will be no collection baskets circulated, but simply an offering basket near the back of the church and hall) you may wish to consider the option of a monthly debit from your bank account through PAG. You can mail Pre-Authorized Giving Forms (Page 1 and Page 2) and cancelled cheque to the parish office as soon as possible. Alternatively, you may wish to visit the Archdiocesan website to donate via credit card to St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Mississauga…here is the link: https://www.archtoronto.org/covid19/Pages/support.aspx

SHARELIFE- THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

We thank you for the donations received to date and wish to announce that the campaign will now extend into the fall with special collection dates yet to be determined. Parishioners can still contribute by credit card through the ShareLife website, or by mailing their contribution to the parish.

 

LIVESTREAM: 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time
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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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