CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE (CWL): CWL is an organized and nationally recognized lay association of women, to unite Catholic women of Canada by being rooted in gospel values and calling its members to holiness through service to the People of God. CWL provides a forum for all women to be more active at the church level and involve in faith formation and spiritual development.
CENACLE FOR THE MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS (MMP): The Marian Movement of Priests is a Roman Catholic movement founded by Father Stefano Gobbi. Members of the MMP meet in "Cenacles" as the Apostles met in prayer and the celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the upper room (cenacle) when the Holy Spirit descended upon them.
COMPANIONS OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS (CSHJ): Members meet regularly to develop friendship and community spirit among themselves by praying, sharing their life experiences, helping and supporting each other in their Christian faith and daily lives.
GOOD SHEPHERD & FELLOWSHIP PRAYER GROUP: Members of the Prayer Group gather on a weekly basis to pray, praise, reflect, read scripture and share personal experiences. The group operates under the guidelines of the Archdiocesan Charismatic Service Team (ACST).
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternal service organization for men. Membership is limited to "practical Catholic" men of age 18 or older. Members of the St. Barnabas Council organize various constructive activities for the members and for the parish. The Knights' official junior organization is the Columbian Squires.
LEGION OF MARY – OUR MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP PRAESIDIUM: Legion of Mary is an association of Catholic Laity that serve the Church on a voluntary basis. The members of the Legion are primarily engaged in the performance of the Spiritual Works of Mercy with spiritual and social welfare as their priority, rather than works of material aid. The main purpose of the Legion of Mary is to give glory to God through the sanctification of its members.
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY: Members of this Ministry offer information and outreach services to the community. They also provide specialized services to the vulnerable members of the community, as well as respond to the Pastor’s request for assistance in specific circumstances.
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT de PAUL: Anyone who needs assistance from the Society can call and leave a message at 416-297-9870. A Society member will return your call. If you wish to help, please drop your donation in the “Box” as you pass one of them this weekend.