Transfiguration of Our Lord

Parish Mission Statement

We are God’s instruments who strive to grow by sharing and nurturing our joint commitment to Christ’s message of love, and by committing ourselves to serve the needs of the parish as stewards for the sake of God’s kingdom


Transfiguration of Our Lord Church welcomes everyone in our community to participate in our parish events and celebrations .

Novena of Cancer

Mass every Tuesday at 9:30am. After the Mass, we pray a novena to Saint Michael of the Saints. A Trinitarian mystic and patron saint of cancer patients. We will pray for all who are affected by cancer and pray for prevention of getting this illness.

Good Casserole Program – May 25/26 & June 29/30 & July 27/28

We welcome you to drop off a Shepherd Pie Casserole. Our program feeds the poor and disadvantaged. If you are interested in becoming a member please call our office at 416-247-0513.

Upcoming Events & Ceremonies

Confessions for Confirmandi – Tuesday, May 21, 2024  at 7:00pm

Confirmation Day Reflection – Saturday, June 8, 2024 at 9:00am

Confirmation Ceremony – Saturday, June 15, 2024 at 11:00am

Feast of St. Anthony of Padua

On Thursday, June 13, 2024, we will have a special bilingual Mass in honour of St. Anthony at 7:00pm. There will be a procession and blessing of the bread followed by coffee in the parish.

Marygrove Camp Collection

This week there will be a collection for Marygrove Girls Camp run by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Open to eligible girls ages 5 – 13. Marygrove provides a camping experience for children who may not otherwise have the opportunity to enjoy a camping adventure.

Chapel Adoration “Spiritual Walk-in Clinic”

Our parish is honoured with an opportunity to have an adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 24 hours/day, 7 days/week exposed in our chapel for the last 21 years. If you would like to commit one hour a week, please leave your name and contact number in the parish office. All are welcome to come and pray.


“Hail true body…” ‐ The Eucharist webelieve to be the Body and Blood, Soul andDivinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Heforetold this great sacrament in Chapter 6 of the Gospel of St. John and He instituted it at the Last Supper. The flesh that was to be crucified, raised up in glory by the Father, the flesh that He gave us at the Last Supper and gives us sacramentally in the Eucharist is the flesh that He received from the Virgin Mary. Whether we think of the masterful composition by Mozart or the haunting Gregorian melody, the ancient Latin text is Ave Verum Corpus, natum de Maria Virgine and the antiphon translated is “Hail true Body, born of Mary the Virgin” and so it is! She is the Mother of the Eucharist, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament!
(Fr. Giles Dimock, O.P.)

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