Message from Father Richard, Oct 7, 2020
You will have to continue to register for mass each week. You can register through our web page at olos.ca, if you have problems doing so please call the parish office at 604 254 0691 from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Please be flexible with regard to the time of mass since some masses have reached the maximum of 50. Masses on Saturday are at 5:00 pm (English); on Sunday at 8:30 am (English), 10:00 am (Italian), 11:30 am (English), 11:30 am in the gym (Spanish), 1:00 pm (Spanish), 7:00 pm (English/Spanish)
You can always come to mass during the week and this can count for your Sunday obligation. Masses during the week, Monday to Friday 8:00 am in Italian; Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30 pm in English; Tuesday and Friday at 6:30 pm in Spanish; Saturday at 8:30 am in English. Live streaming will continue for masses from Monday to Friday at 6:30 pm, on Saturday at 5:00 pm and Sunday at 11:30 am and 1:00 pm. Those who cannot fit in church at 5:00 pm Saturday and 1:00 pm Sunday will have to register for the gym where they watch mass and at the end receive communion.
Please call the office for an appointment to baptize your child.
Every Saturday from 3:00 to 4:30 pm or by appointment.
Tomorrow, September 24th, we will be remembering the passing from this world of a courageous Lay Scalabrinian woman, whose violent death few years ago, continues to remind us of the risks of committing oneself to the duties of the Gospel. As an attachment you will find a short biography (both English and Spanish) of Marisol Macias. Let us be encouraged by the witnessing of this courageous woman of faith, whose heart was so enchanted by the life and deeds of our Blessed Founder.
at the service of the Church for the migrants
On August 23, 1980, I laid face down on the floor of St. Angela Merici Church where 27 years earlier I was baptized. This was a humble gesture where I recognized that I was to be of service to the Church as a priest. Bishop Lawrence Sabatini placed his hands on my head and anointed my hands with Holy Chrism. Both powerful gestures that speak of the priesthood, Read More