Jan. 27 - Taking Action for God
Jan. 20 - Getting Engaged
Jan. 13 - (Coming Soon)
Jan. 6 - The Journey of Epiphany
Jan. 1 - Solemnity of Mary
Dec. 30 - Feast of the Holy Family
Dec. 25 - "To You Is Born This Day a Saviour!"
Dec. 23 - Eagerly Waiting
Dec. 16 - Renewed in His Love
Dec. 9 - Our Splendid Home
Dec. 2 - You're Always Welcome Home
A Blossoming Friendship
French toast and maple syrup. Fresh scrambled eggs and sausage. Black bean burritos with pico de gallo. No - this isn’t the menu of your local breakfast joint…these are some of the scrumptious meals shared by the guests at the most recent Alpha on Saturday mornings at...
A joyful, spiritual home for our children
We are blessed that so many families with young children have chosen to call St. Ignatius their spiritual home. Our Good Shepherd Atrium allows children to spend an extended amount of time coming to know Jesus in a special place designed just for them. Each week...
The renewal of St. Willibrord’s
In the spring of 2022, Fr. Robert Assaly and the vision team at St. Willibrord’s in Verdun discerned that the Spirit was moving them to transform their parish from maintenance to mission. The parish was seriously struggling after the pandemic, averaging just 25 to 30...
We’ve grown, but there’s room for more
Click here to read the financial report 2022 was another exciting year marked by the transition back to full in-church activities as well as new projects and new beginnings. Once again the parishioners of St. Ignatius continue to overwhelmingly support the parish and...
Get your copy of Transformed Lives today
Transformed Lives, formally known as Fruit of Your Giving, is our annual report showcasing some of the fruits of our mission. In this edition, learn more about the missionary partnership with St. Willibrord. Click here to download
July 3: A Tale Of Two Churches
“In modern times we can’t assume people will walk by our churches and care about what is going on inside, let alone want to come in. We need to be outside our churches engaging with the world. The methods we used in Christendom need to be re-thought because we do not live in a Christian world.”
July 4: Called To Be A Prophet
“Whatever is happening we have to be ready to proclaim and defend truth, love, justice, freedom, people’s rights and dignity. There are some things over which we cannot compromise, there are sometimes when we cannot keep silent.”
June 6: Corpus Christi – The Body of Christ
“Online mass, as good as it’s been for us over the course of the pandemic and lockdown, is not the same thing as being here in person to share in the sacrifice Jesus makes, to share in worship and prayer and praise with others, to really be the Church, the people of God and the Body of Christ together, with Him who gives himself so completely to us.”
May 16: Better Together
“I know God wants us to bear so much more fruit. I know he gives us the power of the Holy Spirit to be with us in bearing more fruit, in multiplying fruit even. But I also know it is so much better together, so much more impactful, and brings so much more glory to God when we all contribute to bearing more fruit, fruit that will last.”
Holy Thursday: Why is this night different from all other nights?
“Unless we let Jesus wash us clean, minister to us, and be present to us, and love us, we cannot fully be part of him, his church, or his disciple. Jesus wants us to be ministered to so that we can then minister to others.”
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