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    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/15471/slideshows/homeMedium/Ascension_StP1A%2018i-final.jpg THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER - APRIL 18
  • mass livestreamed


    Saint Patrick's is making our Sunday Vigil Mass (Saturday 4:30 pm) available by livestream. The Mass will be available as a video recording on Sunday morning.  The livestream and the recorded Mass are available on our YouTube Channel - click here. 

  • BOOK & GIFT SHOP CORNER


    Due to the Provincial State of Emergency, the Book & Gift Shop is closed. 

    The online webstore is accepting and fulfilling orders at https://www.stpgiftsandbooks.ca
    Phone: 613 235-7963
    Email:
       stpatricksgiftsandbooks@gmail.com
  • Contact Tracing - Masses

    By Public Health Order, the parish is obliged to have contact information for all those who attend Masses - Sunday and Weekday.

    For the online Sunday Mass form, click here.

    For the online Weekday Mass form, click here.

    Signup sheets are also available at the entrances to the Basilica.

  • FROM THE ARCHDIOCESE














    To read Archbishop Marcel Damphousse's Message for Easter, please click here.

    To see the message from Archbishop Marcel Damphousse regarding COVID-19 vaccinations - please click here

    Patronage of the New Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall

    Archbishop Damphousse has announced that the new Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall will be under the primary patronage of St. Joseph (the former primary patron of Ottawa). The Immaculate Heart of Mary will be our secondary patroness (the former primary patroness of Alexandria-Cornwall).  Let us pray often for the intercession of the patron saints of our Archdiocese

    Campaign for Conscience Rights Legislation in Ontario

    The federal government is about to expand assisted suicide across Canada. Now, more than ever, we need doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals who will ensure vulnerable patients have caring alternatives to lethal injections. But many healthcare professionals with moral convictions are being pushed out of their profession by provincial health regulators. Archbishop Damphousse encourages all the faithful to engage in a new communications campaign launched by the Bishops of Ontario in support of establishing conscience rights legislation to protect physicians, nurses and other health care workers in Ontario. Please refer to the Archbishop's letter and the link for sending automated letters to your local MPPs: https://en.archoc.ca/current-messages

  • Prayer intention of the holy father - APRIL

    Fundamental Rights
    We pray for those who risk their lives while fighting for fundamental rights under dictatorships, authoritarian regimes and even in democracies in crisis.

  • News from the Vatican

  • PROVINCIAL STATE OF EMERGENCY - april 19



    PLEASE NOTE: Wearing a face mask or covering which covers the nose, mouth and chin is to be worn at all times in the church. No exemptions are permitted.

    The Parish Office is operating on a 'curbside service' model of operation. There are no in-person meetings until futher notice.

  • PARISH bulletin

    Third Sunday of Easter - April 18 - Please click here to view bulletin   

    If you wish to receive parish emails, including the Sunday Bulletin and homilies, please complete the online form by clicking here.

  • MESSAGE FROM THE RECTOR

    To view the Message from the Rector on the Sacrament of Confession - please click here 

    April 18, 2021

    Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,

    It was a great blessing to be able to celebrate as a community the Masses and liturgical offices for Holy Week and Easter. The highlight was the Easter Vigil – as it should be in the liturgical year – when we celebrated the Sacraments of Initiation, including three baptisms, with the adults who had been journeying in our RCIA program. We look forward to their active involvement in our Church’s life. The great liturgical seasons involve many parishioners as volunteers.  I cannot name everyone but I do want to mention ...

    Please click here to see the complete message

  • PARISH NEWS

    The Saint Vincent de Paul Society

    Despite the challenges of this past year, our parish volunteers have been able to continue home visits, delivering food and clothing vouchers to families in need.  With your prayers and financial help, we made a total of 276 visits, and a further 80 at Christmas. If you are interested in volunteering with the St. Vincent de Paul, please contact Kelly Doyle at 613 325 0900.

    Seniors' Corner

    If you wish to participate, we would ask you to register with the parish.  To do so, please register on our parish web site -  click here - or by calling the Parish Office at 613 233-1125 (ext. 526).  For more information, please click here.

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      3 weeks ago
      by Taylor Buckley
      Ways to feel more connected to God and each other It is hard to believe we are coming to the end of Lent. While last year’s Holy Week was incredibly difficult for many, this year’s Holy Week brings a...
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