To say that we are busy is an understatement! There are over 30 groups and pastoral initiatives. All of them are engaged in reaching out to our wider community, our schools and working with and for our parishioners. On top of this we have a magnificent 155 year old church. We are engaged in a multi-year restoration and fundraising to preserve this great testimony of our faith. I invite you to look at our photographs, to browse our history, to suggest ideas and contact us. We look forward to you being a part of our faith community.
Directions to our church can be found here.
If you are here for the weekend only, we hope that you feel right at home. Please introduce yourself to the priests and our parishioners.
One Aspect of Being a Disciple of Jesus Christ involves warm hospitality toward each other and for those who join us on the weekend (and throughout the week for that matter) to celebrate the Eucharist together. Please introduce yourselves to those who sit around you especially if it is someone whose face you recognize as a regular parishioner. It is always good to have a name for that face.
Want to make St. Marys your parish? Please fill out the form on the back of our printed bulletin available at each weekend mass, or enter details in our online version.
On behalf of our pastors and all parishioners, we extend a warm welcome to everyone worshiping at St. Mary’s Church and visiting St. Mary’s Parish in Lindsay, Ontario – the gateway to the Kawarthas.
Mass for each day of the week can be reviewed in our mass schedule here.
11-12 November 2017
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Prepare for the masses and homilies by reading and reflecting on these passages from God’s holy word:
Read THE WEEK’S BULLETIN
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Please prepare for the Masses and homilies for next weekend by reading and reflecting on these passages from God’s holy word:
Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord