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Masses at St. Aloysius church now allow up to 144 attendees given our current configuration of pews. .


​Procedural tri-fold masks remain mandatory (FABRIC or CLOTH MASKS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE) as per diocesan directives.  Given vaccine passports are not required, procedural masks must now be worn AT ALL TIMES, even while seated in the church.  The exceptions are ministers can remove their face coverings when intervening in the liturgy and choir members can remove their masks to sing if they can keep a distance of 2 m between themselves.


Social distancing of 1-meter between individuals must be maintained.  Upon arrival and during mass, attendees are not to move about in the church but must remain in their pews. During communion, those wishing to receive the eucharist are to stand in their pew and wait for a eucharistic minister or the pastor to bring the eucharist to them.


Wednesday and Friday  morning masses will follow the same protocols as Sunday mass.



We will keep you informed of any further changes as they arise.



Upcoming Events

  • St. Aloysius Annual Spaghetti Supper - Friday, December 10th
    Fri., Dec. 10
    It has been some time since we were able to host a community gathering for our parish. The St. Aloysius Pastoral Committee in cooperation with the Wardens Board is pleased to invite all parishioners and guests to our Annual Spaghetti Supper which will be held on Friday, December 10th
  • Reflection of Scripture
    Every Monday at 7pm starting September 6th
    Join fellow parishioners every Monday evening in reading the upcoming Sunday's scripture and share how the Word of God speaks to you.

Due to the current situation with COVID-19, all in-person social events have been cancelled or put on hold.


Stay tuned for more online events such as Bingo, Tea Time/Coffee Chat, prayer groups, etc.

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