EFFECTIVE JULY 16, 2021

We are now in Step 3 of the “Roadmap for Reopening” plan. There is no capacity limit for the amount of people in the Church. Our parish hall will be used for weekend Masses in order to have more parishioners participate in the Mass and receive the Eucharist.  Physical distancing of 6 feet is still required between parishioners who are not from the same household and masks are still required indoors even if you are fully vaccinated.

Our schedule is as follows.  Registration will take place at the door on a first come basis until we reach capacity. Doors will open 15 minutes before weekday Masses and Saturday morning Mass and 30 minutes before Saturday evening and Sunday Masses. 

Monday – Thursday

8:00 am                               Mass followed with the Rosary

Friday

8:00 am                              Mass

8:30 am – 9:30 am           Rosary & Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 

7:00 pm                             Mass 

Saturday

8:30 am                             Mass followed with the Rosary

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm         Confessions 

5:00 pm                            Mass

Sunday

8:00 am                             Mass

9:30 am                             Italian Mass (also live-streamed) 

11:00 am                            Mass (also live-streamed) 

12:30 pm                           Mass

4:30 pm                            Mass

PARISH OFFICE

The parish office is now open, by appointment only, on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (closed 12 – 1 pm for lunch),  Please contact the parish office to schedule an appointment.  

NEW PARISH EMAIL ADDRESS

Our new email address is

stmaryimmaculateri@archtoronto.org

Please note that we are still running our 2021 ShareLife Campaign

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 25, 2021

For those who are able, please give to ShareLife through the parish office or sharelife.org.

Thank you for supporting ShareLife!

SHARELIFE COLLECTION DATES

October 2-3

October 30-31

To learn more about ShareLife, visit their website by clicking ShareLife.org

VIDEO FROM CARDINAL COLLINS ON COVID VACCINES

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Sunday Masses at 9:30 am Italian and 11:00 am in English, simply click on the YouTube icon or click on the link YouTube, SMI Parish

Daily Mass from St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica. Click here.

Mass Prayers and Responses

English  (click here)

Italian  (click here)

Resources for the Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession

Youth (click here)

Adults (click here)

Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession

Confessions take place Saturdays 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm in the parish hall.

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Updates During COVID-19

2021-2022 SACRAMENTS OF FIRST HOLY COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION

Children beginning grade 2 and grade 7 in September 2021 and would like to receive the Sacraments are asked to register with the Parish. Registrations will begin in October 2021.

More Information to follow.

Stay in touch with our Parish

By phone at 905-884-1784.

Our Parish secretary, is working partially in the office and remotely.  Your calls will be answered during office hours.
After hours, please leave a message and we will contact you as soon as possible.

By email at stmaryimmaculateri@archtoronto.org

Visit us on twitter @SMIRichmondHill.

YouTube Channel SMI Parish

Youtube: Live Stream Mass from St. Mary Immaculate on Sunday at 9:30 am in Italian and 11 o’clockClick to watch

Weekly Mass

Monday
8:00 am
Tuesday
8:00 am
Wednesday
8:00 am
Thursday
8:00 am
Friday
8:00 am
7:00 pm
Saturday
8:30 am

Weekend Mass

Saturday Vigil Mass
5:00 pm
Sunday
8:00 am
9:30 am (Italian)
11:00 am
12:30 pm
4:30 pm

About The Church

Vatican

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Toronto Archdiocese

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Our Parish History

The original Church of St. Mary Immaculate goes back to 1857; however, its humble beginnings go back even further than that.

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