Wishes to our priests

“And I will give you pastors according to mine heart, which shall feed you with knowledge and understanding” (Jer. 3:15).
Dear Fathers, on the day the Eucharist and Priesthood were instituted, we would like to thank you for your dedicated service every day. In recent days, we feel in a special way how important your ministry is. We wish you God’s blessing and protection of the Immaculate for every day

Msze św. odwołane

In view of the requirements of the Government of Ontario, during this medical emergency, beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, card. Collins instructed that all public Masses be cancelled, both during the week and on the weekend.

Starting Tuesday, March 24, all churches and parish offices will be closed till further notice.

The priests of the archdiocese will celebrate Mass every day privately for the intentions of the people.

The faithful will be able to watch, via livestream, a Mass which will be celebrated every day at 7:30 a.m. at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica, which will be followed by the Angelus and the Rosary. Cardinal will personally celebrate this Mass as much as is possible. This Mass, Rosary and Angelus will also be available on the Archdiocese of Toronto’s YouTube channel for those who cannot join at 7:30 a.m. These Masses and prayers will be offered for the intentions of everyone as we go through these trying times.

Full text of the letter from cardinal Collins

Additional instruction from the cardinal from March 24.

We would like to also inform you that we are working on the infrastructure allowing for the live transmission of the mass from our church. We will inform you as soon as such a transmission is possible.

Mass in the Internet

All-day Adoration on Sunday

This Sunday (March 15, 2020) in the Archdiocese of Toronto, on the order of the ordinary, cardinal Tomas Collins , all public Mass for the faithful were cancelled.

(Link to the information on the website of the archdiocese.)

Our church will remain open. The whole day will be an opportunity for private prayer and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. We encourage all the faithful to listen to the broadcast of the mass via television, radio or the Internet, and to pray for a quick end to the epidemic. Let us also remember about our health care workers and their families.

Sunday readings

Mass in the Internet

70th Aniversary of the Polish School

The recording from the celebration of the 70th aniversary of the St. Casmir’s Polish School. (in Polish)

The parish office closed

The parish office will be closed from Holy Thursday to Easter Monday inclusive.


Sunday, April 7th, we will have a second collection for the renovation of the choir and new organ. All parishioners have received an envelope for this purpose in the Easter mail. May God bless you for understanding, mutual concern and sacrifice. God Bless!

70-years of St. Casimir's Polish School

St. Casimir’s Polish School is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. We invite all graduates and all interested parties to the celebrations, on Saturday, June 8th at 2:00 p.m. Program: Holy Mass, academy, dinner with dessert and the opportunity to visit classes. We also collect photos and souvenirs to create an exhibition. Tickets $40. For more information contact: henryka.sredzinski@tsdsb.org 647-678-4659 or Ms. Magda 416-457-8199.

New website

As part of the celebration of 70 years of our church, we have published a new website for our parish.