Sunday and weekday Eucharistic Liturgies:
Saturday at 5 p.m.
Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Weekday Eucharistic Liturgies Tuesday to Friday at 9:00 a.m.
Please note that the weekday Eucharistic Liturgies are cancelled from September 28 to October 1, 2021
For Live Streaming times, visit: https://www.archsaintboniface.ca/media/Nouvelles-hebdomadaires-Weekly-News-photos-docs/2021/Livestream-Masses-February-9-2021.pdf
COVID-19 Restrictions Update
October 1, 2021
Beginning Tuesday, October 5th, the new public orders will permit indoor sizes for faith-based gatherings to 25 people or 33 percent capacity, whichever is greater. This means that our maximum limit with physical distancing in church remains at approximately 80 people.
For funerals, weddings, and baptisms the number is reduced to 25 people.
Masks must be worn in all indoor public places, including places of worship and physical distancing of two metres for everyone not living in the same household must be maintained.
If you would like to attend a weekend Mass, please call or email the office the week prior to book a space. We still need to have a list of names and numbers of all those attending for the purpose of contact tracing.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Let us continue to pray for one another…and to stay safe
Official definition as per the Vatican:
"As its name implies, this rite is for the full initiation of a person into the church. The previously existing Rite of Baptism, that came into effect in 1614 as a rite of baptism only, was an abbreviated version of the ancient rite for the initiation of adults and had been used for the most part in the modified form suitable for the baptism of infants. The Rite of the Baptism of Infants, introduced in 1969 to answer the need of a rite suited to infants, follows the practice of the previous rite in being for baptism alone, rather than one of full initiation. The limited scope of this Rite brings into prominence, by way of contrast, the comprehensive nature of the RCIA."
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) was developed after Vatican II (1962-1965) as a revival of the kind of initiation methods that were in use in the early centuries when the Church was extensively persecuted.
If anyone or anyone you know is interested in RCIA for the 2012/13 season please ask them to give the Deacon office a call for more information or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is absolutely no pressure to do anything more than "Take a Look".
Joining us in weekly meetings does not mean you have to join ... you can simply come and talk, listen, learn, and/or share as you wish.