Encouragement, News, Pastor's Note

Pilgrimage to Greece 2020 “In the Steps of St. Paul & St. John the Apostles”

Join the 11-day Catholic Pilgrimage to visit the best Biblical and historical sites in Greece, October 6-16, 2020,  under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Matt Nycz.  Visiting Athens, Corinth, Mykonos, Ephesus, Patmos, Heraklion, Santorini, Delphi, Kalambaka, Thessaloniki.  Featuring: Roundtrip air from Toronto, first class select hotels, 3 day Greek Isles cruise, breakfast & dinner daily… Continue reading Pilgrimage to Greece 2020 “In the Steps of St. Paul & St. John the Apostles”

Encouragement, News

CAN you believe it?! You CAN help our Parish with Bottles and Cans!

The Bottle & Can Retrieval Centerlocated at 2790 Sheridan Drive (near the corner of Parkhurst) will count and sort your returnable bottles and cans and send the proceeds to Blessed Sacrament Church on Claremont Ave., if you make that simple request upon drop off. Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm, Sat. 9am - 4pm and… Continue reading CAN you believe it?! You CAN help our Parish with Bottles and Cans!

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Divine Mercy Cenacle at Blessed Sacrament

Last week we started the meetings of the newly formed Divine Mercy Cenacle groups. Nearly 60 people are attending, including about a third from several other area parishes. Cenacle is a small group prayer, study, and action ministry devoted to personal faith growth through discussion of the Diary of St. Faustina, the Catechism of the… Continue reading Divine Mercy Cenacle at Blessed Sacrament

Encouragement, News

History of Blessed Sacrament Parish

Three years ago, our Parish Historian spent countless hours researching and chronicling the history of our parish. We then ran the historical articles for  sixteen consecutive weeks in the bulletin – the positive response was tremendous! So, in this 90th Anniversary Year of Blessed Sacrament Parish, let’s run these wonderful  articles again as we lead… Continue reading History of Blessed Sacrament Parish

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Food For Thought!

Food for thought: The Youth Faith Formation Program needs volunteers. When the Sunday evening sessions resume this coming September, we will need chaperones, gym monitors, set-up & clean-up, snack sales, etc. Please give this request your careful    consideration. Carolyn would love to discuss this with you and answer all of your questions. Call her at 949-8188.