Mass Schedule

Please watch the bulletin, or check the calendar as Mass times may change on some

occasions.

Beginning Sunday June 21 we are allowed 50 people in the church and the weekend of July 4/5 we will be opening the hall for an additional 50 people on the weekends.
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In order to attend Mass, you must call the parish office during office hours to register for an available date. The secretary does not have the lists at home to check and see what days are available.
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Please enter the parish office door to check in and sanitize hands before entering the church. Once the church has 50 people inside there will be a sign on the door instructing you to enter through the elevator side door off the parking lot.
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Please sit in the designated pews (or seats in the hall) that are not roped off and remember social distancing. Families in the same household may sit together.
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If your name is not on the list, you will not be permitted into the church.
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If you are late, there is a chance you will not get in as the person greeting you will be attending Mass and the door will be locked to prevent more that 50 from entering the church and 50 in the hall, so please make sure to come early.
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Even though we will be at 50 people, you still need to register for weekday Mass, government regulations requires us to keep our lists for 21 days.
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If you have already attended a Saturday or Sunday Mass and would like to attend again, your name will be put on a waiting list until all registered member have had a chance to attend.

Private Prayer: Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm Enter through the office door.

Live-streamed Masses: The Archbishop will celebrate a private Mass each Sunday from the Cathedral at 11:00 am (Rosary to begin 20 minutes before Mass), “live-streamed” at our Archdiocesan Website www.archwinnipeg.ca. 

Regular Week Day Schedule: 

Saturday

4 pm

Sunday

9 am & 11 am

Monday

8:30 am

Tuesday

8:30 am

Wednesday

8:30 am

(Devotion to Our Lady of Perpetual Help)

Thursday

8:30 am

Friday

8:30 am

(Devotion to Sacred Heart of Jesus)