Thursday, May 28, 2020
Please see new details and guidelines regarding the opening of our church for Masses beginning the weekend of May 30/31.
Saturday, May 16, 2020
Good news! The Church will soon be reopening for Masses with a congregation. But there are protocols to be followed and a limited number of people inside the Church. There are things we need before we can reopen. We need Lysol disinfectant wipes and disinfectant liquid as we are required to disinfect the Church after each Mass. May I ask parishioners to buy one for the Church when they go to Costco or Walmart (if they are available). You can either donate or we can reimburse you. It is also helpful if you can provide us with suppliers for these items including disposable gloves as they are hard to find.
Thank you and hope to see you soon. God bless and keep safe.
As Mass is closed to the public until further notice, Subscribe to our YouTube page as we live stream Holy Mass as follows:
- Sunday, 9am in French
- Sunday, 10:30am in English
Private prayer in the church
The church will remain open from 12 noon to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Requesting Mass Intentions
Fr. Mark and Fr. Claude continue their commitment to saying a Mass for the scheduled Mass intentions. Masses are celebrated privately as there are no public Masses currently being held.
If anyone would like to schedule a Mass intention, requests may be dropped off at the rectory (there is a mail slot at the front door) or emailed to the parish office (firstname.lastname@example.org). Minimum offering for each scheduled Mass intention is $10.
When submitting a request, please provide the following information:
- Who or what the intention is for — living or deceased, name, occasion
- Date being requested
- Contact information of person requesting — Name, phone number, email
Monday, March 30, 2020
Many have asked how to make your weekly donations online, either by credit card or direct bank deposit. Our parish relies on your regular giving to care for members and your generosity is deeply appreciated. If you are already set up with our parish’s Pre-Authorized Debit, please continue.
As the parish office is currently closed, you may set up your pre-authorized gift through the Archdiocese of Vancouver’s website. Please visit rcav.org/coronavirus. Click on the “Sunday Offering” tab to set up a recurring or one-time donation. This giving system is secure and contributions will be included in your year-end tax receipt from our parish.
Thank you for providing crucial support during this difficult time.
Friday, March 27, 2020
The Parish office will be closed until further notice.
All scheduled parish activities and events are suspended effective immediately until further notice.
All parishioners and guests should keep aware of the latest press releases from Archbishop Miller and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver by signing up for email updates at: rcav.org/coronavirus
Friday, March 20, 2020
In keeping with the Directive of the Archbishop of Vancouver, all public Masses at all parishes of the Archdiocese, including Our Lady of Fatima Parish, are suspended effective Saturday, March 21st until further notice.
To read the letter issued by Archbishop Miller, CSB on March 20, 2020, please visit https://rcav.org/coronavirus/
Masses will continue to be offered without a public congregation. If you have requested a Mass to be offered, it will be offered by our priests on the scheduled date, however without a public congregation.