Schedule of Mass and Announcements for Orillia and Sudbury

November 21, 2020
Source: Priory-Toronto
Church of the Canadian Martyrs, Orillia, ON

In order to accommodate our faithful, while complying with the limitation of 30% of capacity, we will adjust some Mass times and add extra Masses on Sunday as follows:

COVID rules: Registration is necessary for Sundays and First Fridays. Click here to register or call Mrs Rugman or Fr. Bélisle. You can register for the other masses to secure a particular spot, as the remaining seats are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.

Schedule of Mass in Orillia:

Day Feast Time  
Sunday, November 29th 1st Sunday of Advent 10am, 12pm, 5pm Low Masses
Monday, November 30th St Andrew, Apostle 9am Low Mass
Friday, December 4th First Friday (Mass of the Sacred Heart) 6pm - 7:45pm

Low Mass &

Holy Hour distribution of Communion

Saturday, December 5th First Saturday (Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary) 9am Low Mass
Sunday, December 6th 2nd Sunday of Advent 10am, 12pm, 5pm Low Masses
Sunday, December 13th 3rd Sunday of Advent 10am, 12pm, 5pm Low Masses
Monday, December 14th Ferial 9am Low Mass
Sunday, December 20th 4th Sunday of Advent 10am, 12pm, 5pm Low Masses
Monday, December 21st St Thomas, Apostle 9am Low Mass
Friday, December 25th Christmas Day 12am, 10am, 12pm Low Masses
Saturday, December 26th St Stephen 9am Low Mass
Sunday, December 27th Sunday within the Octave 10am, 12pm, 5pm Low Masses
Thursday, December 31st Within the Octave 6pm Low Mass
    11:30pm Holy Hour

Confessions are for now 60 minutes before any Mass, but end 20 minutes before the beginning of the Mass. If the weather is cold and ventilation is not yet done in the confessional, we are hearing the confessions in the basement while people wait upstairs. The toilets ARE NOT available during confessions in this case.

Schedule of Mass in Sudbury

Day Feast Time  
Monday, December 28th The Holy Innocents 4pm (Fr. Bélisle)  Low Mass
Tuesday, December 29th Within the Octave 10am (Fr. Bélisle) Low Mass

Confessions and Rosary 50 minutes before each Mass.

Announcements

COVID-19 rules. Please do pay attention to follow the provincial or local rules concerning the limitation of the spread of COVID-19 while in our properties. We do not want to have to stop saying the Mass because of carelessness that could have been avoided. A policy explaining what to do is available upon request and you can find it posted at the back of our churches.

Prayer crusade. Please pick-up one of the sheets to help you in keeping track of the Rosaries said for the intentions of the Crusade: the freedom to celebrate and attend Holy Mass and for Vocations.

Adult catechism. Starting October 19, you can register for online catechism (YouTube videos) by Fr Boulet. Click here to register.

Priest retreats. The priests and brother of the priory of Toronto have not yet done their annual retreat, because of the COVID crisis, so we will be using a couple of weeks in November and December to do so. Please pray for us for this occasion.

Immaculate Conception. December 8 is the day of engagement for the priests members of the Society of St Pius X. Please pray for their perseverance and for the new members taking their first engagements on this day in our seminaries.

All-night adoration. Thank you to the many who came during the night of adoration in Orillia. We will try to continue this by doing it 3 times a year. The next one will be for the 40 hours before Lent. However, we will have an Holy Hour on December 31- January 1, and you may add some moments of private prayers before or after that Holy Hour.

Remember in your prayers the souls of all the faithful departed but especially those of deceased parishioners and relatives that have passed away in December: Richard Freundorfer (1997); Katrina Freundorfer (1997); Bernadette Pouliot (2006). I have just started a list with the names in the burial register, but do not hesitate to give me the names of deceased members of the missions or near relatives as some have not been buried in our missions. (Fr Jules Bélisle)

Prayers for the sick. Ingrid Leicht. If yourself or anybody in your near family is sick, you can give me a name and I will post it here for 2 months, except if you renew the request (if not, this list tend to grow ad infinitum!). (Fr Jules Bélisle)

Church of the Canadian Martyrs 

364 Regent Street
Orillia, ON, L3D 4C8
T: +1 705 730 6730
or +1 416 251 0499