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Wednesday 25 April 2012

Anglican Use Sunday Mass at Sacré-Coeur Church in downtown Toronto

Anglican Use Sunday Mass
will be celebrated every Sunday beginning
May 6, 2012
1:45 p.m.


Sacré-Coeur Parish Church
381 Sherbourne Street, Toronto

(east of Jarvis, at the corner of Carlton)

Father Eric Rodrigues will offer Sung Mass (Missa Cantata) on Sundays at 1:45 pm using the approved Anglican Use rite from the Book of Divine Worship (adapted for Canada). Anglican patrimonial music and ceremonial will be incorporated into the liturgy. 

Mass will be offered for the Toronto Anglican Use Sodality including those who were received into full communion at St. Michael's Cathedral,Toronto in December of 2011 as full membership in the Anglican Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter is developed.

All Catholics, former Anglicans and those otherwise interested in Anglican Use, as well as those who are exploring the Ordinariate as a way of entering into full communion with the Holy See are most welcome. Roman and Eastern Rite Catholics of all traditions may fulfill their Sunday obligation by attending this AU Mass.

A Children’s programme will be available. The church has ample parking (entrance off Sherbourne north of the church and parish house). 

For subway users, take the Yonge line to College Station and then the 506 Carlton streetcar eastbound two stops to Sherbourne (the streetcar runs every 7 minutes).

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