MAY 17, 2020


In response to the COVID‑19 outbreak, the Assembly of Quebec Catholic Bishops has decided to cancel all masses, and the Quebec Government has suspended indoor gatherings, so until further notice the church is closed.

Online masses are available from neighbouring parishes:
– St. Monica
St. Luke Parish
– St. Ignatius of Loyola
Salt & Light 

Prayer for Peace in Days of Uncertainty

Loving God, we come to you full of anxiety about what may happen in the coming days and weeks. Shower us with the peace Jesus promised to His disciples and make us into steady pillars for those around us. In this time of uncertainty and epidemic, wake us up to the reminder that we are not alone.

Even as we are asked to keep our distance from others, help us to find ways to reach out to those who need our support. We pray especially for those whose incomes and livelihoods are threatened; for the children who will miss meals due to school closures; for those already isolated, lonely and scared. Loving God, give them your peace, and through our hands ensure they have what they need.

Sustain, strengthen and protect all caregivers. Bless them as they offer compassionate care and show selfless courage in the face of risk.
Remind us, each time we wash our hands, that in our baptism you call us to let go of our fears and live in joy, peace, and hope.



Parishioners who are able are invited to continue to make their weekly church donations (“collection”).

Envelopes can be left at the office (put through the mail slot), sent by mail, or click here to DONATE NOW.


We have a new tradition in our parish to support the hungry on a more continuous basis. Over 860,000 Canadians visit food banks every month, with over 36% of the donations feeding hungry children.

During the COVID‑19 isolation, please leave your items in a bag at the door of the rectory. Donations will be delivered to St. Willibrord’s parish food bank.

A list of suggestions for nutritious non-perishable items is HERE.

COVID‑19 RESOURCES: Archdiocese of Montreal  

Our Archdiocese has set up a web page designed to provide ongoing relevant information amid current COVID‑19 concerns, including. the latest guidelines, related articles and spiritual resources >>>

The diocese has also created a spiritual help‑line to offer support during the pandemic: 1‑888‑305‑0994