Effective February 16, 2021 we are grateful to say we can have up to 30% capacity/parishioners attend our weekday and weekend Masses. See bulletin below for Mass times.
There is no preregistering for Masses. Once we are at capacity the ushers will advise you. Tracing (name and contact #) masks and social distancing are mandatory.
Please see the link provide from the Diocese--following bulletin, regarding the Covid-19 protocol, that must be followed.
As a family you may find these Lenten links, sent from the Diocese, helpful in your journey:
Preparing for Lent in a Catholic Home (Household on a Mission)
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Precautions, Practices, and Resources in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peterborough . February 12, 2021. The Ontario government has returned most Health Units to the colour-coded framework of pandemic health restrictions.
This webpage is a compilation from the lists the parishes submit detailing their plans for livestreaming and broadcasting as well as Mass broadcasting available on television and through social media platforms.
Livestreaming and Broadcasting. This webpage is a compilation from the lists the parishes submit detailing their plans for livestreaming and broadcasting as well as Mass broadcasting available on television and through social media platforms.
Please connect to the YouTube channel for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peterborough to join in prayer with this livestreaming of the Mass.
SUNDAY MASS ON TELEVISION COGECO YourTV
Peterborough - Mass airs at 11:30 am and 6 pm on Channels 10 and 700 in HD.
Cobourg - Mass airs at 11 am and 6 pm.
Huntsville - Mass airs at 11:30 am and 6 pm.
The Mass broadcast at 7:00 a.m. on the COGECO YourTV website and on the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/yourtvptbo/).
A Recipe for Readiness
December 12, 2020 | Msgr. Charles Pope
As the curtains draw back on the opening scene of Advent, we are warned by the Lord that He will come on the clouds with great power and glory and that we must be prepared. He says, "Beware ...Be vigilant at all times and pray that you have the strength to escape the tribulations that are imminent and to stand before the Son of Man."
Today's Gospel is taken from the Mt. Olivet discourse. The historical context in which the Lord was speaking was not the end of the world, but the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem. For those ancient Jews, however, it was the end of the world as they knew it. The destruction of Ancient Jerusalem is also symbolic of the end of the world. The world will end for us either by our own death or by His coming to us in the second coming. Either way, the message is the same: Be ready!