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PARISH RESULTS
AS OF JULY 24, 2017

Welcome to Our Lady of Sorrows Parish!

Rev. Fr. Nino Cavoto, Pastor, Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Toronto

As the pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our parish.

We invite you to explore our website and get to know our church. Discover the different ministries, sacraments, programs and share in the spiritual and social activities of our parish. These ministries and programs are successfully led by devoted parish volunteers who are committed to deepening the spiritual and social lives of our parishioners.

Contact Us
  • Parish email:
    olosorrows@bellnet.ca
  • Parish phone:
    (416) 231-6016
  • Parish address:

Come and visit our church or call the parish office with any questions you might have. We welcome new parishioners and new volunteers. The gifts you share will bless the parish community with ongoing vitality.

 


Rev. Nino Cavoto, Pastor

Parish News We'd Like to Share...

Sacramental Preparation Team

We invite you to join the sacramental preparation team in this upcoming year as they journey with the grade 2 and grade 7 students in preparing for the sacrament of First Communion and Confirmation. Volunteering in our parish is a great opportunity to serve the church and community and also to grow and mature in our own faith. If interested, please contact Marta at marta.oloschurch@gmail.com.

Refugee Committee Update Featured

The Parish’s Refugee Resettlement Committee is pleased to provide the Parish with an update regarding its activities and the status of the three family groups that the Parish is sponsoring.

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Parking Lot Policy & Guidelines

In October 2016, the approved Parking Lot Policy and Guidelines of Our Lady of Sorrows were disseminated to parishioners and the community at large. We would like to inform everyone that we have now installed all the necessary signage and the Policy and Guidelines will be strictly enforced.

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Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

RCIA  Is God calling you to join the Catholic Church?
 Are you baptized in another denomination & would like to be received into the Catholic church?
 Are you an un-catechized, baptized Catholic who would like to finish your initiation into the Church and celebrate the sacraments of Confirmation & Eucharist?
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) aims to prepare unbaptized individuals to receive the sacraments of initiation and baptized non-Catholic Christians to be received into the Catholic church. If you or anyone you know is interested in learning more about the process you may contact the parish office at 416 231 6016 or email olosorrows@bellnet.ca

Religious Education 2017-2018 Program Registration

Registration for Religious Education classes is now being accepted. Children who are in Grades 1 through 7 and attending non-Catholic schools, whose families are Registered Parishioners are encouraged to register for the classes. The program is largely volunteer-run, therefore parents are expected to assist in some way. Registration forms are available through the parish office. Call the parish office at 416 231 6016 or email olosorrows@bellnet.ca

A New Mass Setting at OLS!

Mass of the Resurrection by Randall DeBruyn

The weekend of April 22/23 saw the start of a learning project for the parish... a beautiful new Mass setting. Listen to the Mass of the Resurrection by Randall DeBruyn, which "...combines an elevated musical quality with congregational 'singability' and can be sung with or without a choir or cantor, making it usable at any Mass." We've started with the Glory to God; listen to the melody here. Or try this experiment.

A Beautiful Prayer to Start Your Day!

Morning Prayer

"In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ I will begin this day. I thank you, Lord, for having preserved me during the night. I will do my best to make all I do today pleasing to You and in accordance with Your will. My dear mother Mary, watch over me this day. My Guardian Angel, take care of me. St. Joseph and all you saints of God, pray for me..."