St. Ignatius is a welcoming and joyful spiritual home

where people encounter Jesus, choose to follow him, and become fully alive.

We are missionary disciples helping all people to know, love and serve Christ and His Kingdom. Our mission is to make disciples of all nations, starting here, starting now.

We are welcoming

Come as you are

Casual or dressed up — it’s up to you! There is no dress code.  Even if you’ve never been to Mass before or have not been in a long time, there is always a place for you here at St. Ignatius.

Depending on your preference, we are proud to offer a contemporary band at the Sunday, 10am mass and more traditional music with organ and choir at the Saturday, 4:30pm.  We also have screens to help you follow along.

We are joyful

Laugh and grow strong

St. Ignatius is a community where you can discover and experience the joy and love of Jesus and develop authentic relationships with others.


We are spiritual

One, holy, catholic, apostolic

St. Ignatius is a Roman Catholic church community committed to knowing, loving and serving Christ and His Kingdom. Our desire is that you may encounter Jesus and choose to follow Him.

We have found that the easiest, most fun way of encountering Jesus for the first time is on our Alpha course.

We are a home

The more the merrier

Bring your parents, your siblings, your children (and even your in-laws)! Nothing makes us happier than a church full of families. If needed, we have a Family Room in the back and a changing room available.

We offer special programs for kids and teens.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the music like?

The Sunday, 10am mass features excellent contemporary music.

Where can I park?
Street parking is available. Also, there’s paid parking on the Concordia Campus behind the church building. Limited parking passes available — contact the office for more info.
Can I bring my kids?

Yes, absolutely!  We love it when our church is full of kids of all ages.  There is a Family Room at the back of the church where you can go if your kids are having trouble settling down.  There is a changing table in the main washroom at the back of the church.  And we have a special, open program for kids at the 10:oo mass called “Catch the Wave.”  Follow “Kids” on the top menu to learn more.

Is there a dress code?
No, please come as you are.  Casual or dressed up — all are welcome!
Is the church accessible to wheelchairs and strollers?
There’s a handicapped access ramp along the right-hand side of the church for the main church area. If you need access to the lower level, please contact us ahead of time to make arrangements.
What if I'm not Catholic?
All are welcome! We do our best to help you feel at home. We have TVs with slides to help you follow along and our greeters are ready to answer any questions you might have.
How do I arrange for a sacrament such as a wedding or baptism?
We are happy to celebrate with you! You can learn more here.
Where can I learn about room rentals?
Check out the “More” tab in the top menu.

Our sincere thanks to all those who’ve contributed financially to support our mission as a parish.

Please take a moment to read about how your giving in 2021 brought even more people to an encounter with Jesus.


Meet Our Team

Fr. Michael Leclerc

Fr. Michael Leclerc


“Tend the flock of God that is in your charge, exercising the oversight, not under compulsion but willingly, as God would have you do it—not for sordid gain but eagerly. Do not lord it over those in your charge, but be examples to the flock.” 1 Peter 5:2-3

Rarely a day goes by that I do not learn something new from the amazing people I work with. That prospect excites me.

Marco Argentino

Marco Argentino


“What you are is God’s gift to you, what you become is your gift to God.” Hans Urs von Balthasar

It’s great to be able to use my God-given talents, and be a witness to God’s Spirit, as He transforms the lives of the people here. To see with my very own eyes, God’s love moving, as we help build His Kingdom, one person at a time.

Stephen Corsi

Stephen Corsi


“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

I love seeing how encountering Jesus changes people and brings them new life!

Rebecca Malone

Rebecca Malone


“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit.” John 15:5

What could be a greater honor than helping children come closer to God?  I love the way St. Ignatius invites creativity, innovation, and positive energy.

Joseph Donovan

Joseph Donovan

Senior leadership team, music production

“Concerning all acts of initiative and creation, there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too… Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now.”  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Great people, always lots of laughing! … Because if living your faith doesn’t significantly improve your life, then why bother?

Fr. Lou Cerulli

Fr. Lou Cerulli

Priest in Residence

“The Lord walks in the corridors of your heart and is present on the altar of your soul.” Source Unknown

Tristan Mackenzie

Tristan Mackenzie


“Act as if everything depended on you; trust as if everything depended on God.” Saint Ignatius

I love that I am able to make a difference in people’s lives, young and old, by simply being myself and loving God.

Adrian Rojo de la Vega

Adrian Rojo de la Vega


“The pupil dilates in the night, and at last finds the day in it, even as the soul dilates in misfortune, and at last finds God in it.” Les Miserables.

My dream job!

Arlene Tyo

Arlene Tyo


“… as I grew older… I came to ruefully and bemusedly understand that once you’re a Catholic, you’re always a Catholic.”  Bruce Springsteen

I love what I do because I am surrounded by warm and generous people. I also love deepening my knowledge of Catholicism. The Church has such a rich history, there is so much to learn.

Anna Del Duca

Anna Del Duca


“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Gandhi

My job has taught me so many things about our loving God and about loving God! It helps me to continually grow to be a better person.

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My role here allows me to share with others the most profound musical expressions of our faith and culture, within the liturgical contexts that reveal their meanings. The physical space is both beautiful and peaceful, a constant reminder of the work’s purpose, meaning and blessing.

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4455 West Broadway
Montreal, QC, H4B 2A7


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