Updated April 27, 2021
Due to the Covid restrictions coming into effect on April 28, 2021, we will not be having in-person weekend Masses on Saturday and Sunday for the month of May. We will offer a livestreamed Mass at 9:00 am each Sunday, on our youtube channel.
We will be offering weekday Masses. Our schedule, beginning in May will be Tuesday and Friday evening at 6:30 pm, and Wednesday and Thursday morning at 9:30 am. This week will have Mass Tuesday (April 27) and Thursday (April 29) at 9:30 am, and Wednesday (April 28) at 6:00 pm.
A maximum of 10 people can attend these masses. Please pre-register with Theresa by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 204-261-1579 ext 2.
Updated December 19, 2020
December 24: 4:30 pm Livestream - Parish Christmas Video 5:00 Mass Livestream
December 25: 10:30 am Mass Livestream
January 1: 10:30 am Mass Livestream
**all livestreamed Masses are recorded and will be available for viewing any time after the start time -- you can view our Christmas Eve Mass at midnight, if you like!
Updated Nov 18, 2020
Now that the city of Winnipeg is in the Code Red level of the Pandemic Response, we are no longer permitted to have Mass; both weekday and weekend Masses are canceled until at least December 11 (we will keep updating as we receive information from the government.) We will continue, of course, to have our Sunday Mass livestreamed at 9 am every Sunday, and we will begin livestreaming our Wednesday Mass and Holy Hour on Wednesday, November 24.
Updated October 21, 2020
Tuesday - Thursday at 9:30 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation available before all weekday masses, and after mass (or at other times) by appointment with Fr. JB.
Saturday at 5:00 pm
Sunday at 9:00 am
Sunday at 10:30 am
Sunday at 12:15 pm
Our church capacity for Mass is 30% but there has to be 2 metres distance between groups. We have found this means we can seat about 115 people in the sanctuary, and any extra people can be seated in the hall. Since we rarely reach capacity, we no longer require pre-registration in order to attend Mass. Please join us!
Masks are now mandatory in public spaces in Winnipeg, except for children under 5 and people with a disability / medical / cognitive condition that makes wearing a mass difficult / dangerous.
Updated July 25, 2020
Beginning July 25, and following the Phase 4 Reopening guidelines, we will be increasing our capacity to 100 people in the church sanctuary, with an additional 50 people seated in the hall
Although we are allowed more people, we must still observe the social distancing rule of keeping 2 metres apart from others (except family groups, or individuals who have travelled to church together.)
Everyone must continue to use hand sanitizer when they enter, sign a contact tracing form, and, please wear a mask (unless physically unable to do so) for your own safety and that of others in our parish. If you don't have a mask, one of our parishioners has kindly been sewing masks for others to take.
After Mass, please sanitze your pews, and then leave the church in an orderly fashion (being sure to keep 2 metres distance again). Please visit with friends outdoors, not in the atrium.
Even with the increased capacity, we are requesting that people continue to register ahead of time for Mass by emailing email@example.com
On June 6 & 7, we will resume our weekend Masses at their usual times! In addition, we will continue to offer an on-line Mass for those who cannot attend.
We have been looking forward to this day for many weeks now, and are happy that we can now physically worship together, albeit in a small group for now. However, as we return to worshipping together, we have to respect and follow the guidelines and protocols put in place by the province of Manitoba and the Archdiocese of St. Boniface. Click here to see the Archdiocesan protocol at a glance.
Here are some initial guidelines that we have put in place in order to proceed with re-opening our parish:
Archbishop Legatt has granted a dispensation from the Sunday obligation to physically attend to the faithful. This dispensation will be in effect until the end of the pandemic. The faithful are strongly encouraged to participate in Sunday Mass through live-streaming / on-line Masses, whether from a parish, the diocese or some other source.
Archbishop Legatt, from the Archdiocese of St. Boniface speaks about the loosening on the restrictions of gatherings: