Easter Season

April 7th – no change to 15% capacity for mass

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No change to Mass attendance

Weekday and weekend mass schedules continue as usual The latest restrictions enacted under Ontario’s Stay-at-home order left attendance at religious services unchanged — 15% capacity with physical distancing. In our view, this decision respects the practical reality that we (Ontario churches) have been safely gathering for celebrations under these (or similar) restrictions since Ontario first re-opened last June. There is no track record of our Catholic churches in Ontario serving as a focal point for COVID infections. Be assured, we will continue…

Parish office now closed

With the advent of Ontario’s stay-at-home order, we have closed our parish office until the order is lifted. Our staff will continue to work from home, picking up voicemail and email messages, so if you need to get in touch don’t hesitate to reach out. Ph. (519) 753-8439 or office@stpiusbrantford.ca
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Triduum returns to St. Pius

Continued restrictions on congregational singing (and even chanting) meant our Easter Triduum this year sounded a bit different, but parishioners reported that the liturgies still provided a powerful opportunity to enter into reflection and prayer on our Lord’s self-gift on the cross, in the Eucharist, and ultimately the victory over sin and death that shone forth in the resurrection.  Thank you to the many parishioners who ministered at our celebrations (and online), who beautifully decorated the Church, and to all…

Latest Messages

Love Lives – Week Two

Love obeys because it trusts. We obey God because he loved us first and we trust him. We obey his commandments not to do him a favour, but because we trust his way is best. For love to live and grow in our hearts we must continually trust and obey God, and put our faith in him.

Love Lives – Week One

Jesus was love in action. Whenever people saw Jesus, they saw what love looked like. He went about doing good and healing people, but the world couldn’t handle 100 percent pure love and killed him. However, the grave couldn’t keep him and love conquered death. In this message we look at how the resurrection of Jesus shows that love lives on and that it cannot be destroyed. Jesus lives in us and because he lives in us we can love…

Palm Sunday

The Saviour you Expect? Other than the Roman occupiers, everyone in the Passion story we heard today believed God would provide Israel with a Messiah – a Saviour. It’s just that Jesus wasn’t exactly the Saviour they expected. How about you?

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