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Subject Area: Parishes

University of British Columbia Campus Ministry

UBC Campus Ministry provides a safe environment for students who wish to further their spiritual journey. Confidential spiritual and personal counselling are available, as well as the opportunity to discuss faith issues in various discussion forums. Students do not have to be Roman Catholic to use the services of the Campus Ministry and to attend their events.

Martyrs’ Shrine

The Martyrs’ Shrine is the National Shrine to the Canadian Martyrs. The Shrine honours the eight Jesuit Saints who lived, worked, and died here over 350 years ago.

Chapelle des jésuites

The community therefore has different missions, firstly to be a place of formation for the confreres who are studying. As a community we have pastoral responsibility for the chapel for which we have responsibility. To do this, the community invites you to come and pray with us on Sundays from September to June. The chapel will open will be open from 4.30 p.m. and the Eucharistic celebration will begin.

St. Pius X Parish

“Restore all things in Christ!” St. Pius X Church in St. John’s, Newfoundland, celebrates 50 years of Catholic Service in the Jesuit Tradition. The mission of the Parish of St. Pius X is the furtherance of the Church’s mission of salvation.

St. Mark’s Parish

St. Mark’s Parish, located in Vancouver, BC provides a spiritual home for both students and residents living on or near the University of British Columbia Campus (UBC).

St. Ignatius Parish

St. Ignatius Parish is a historic parish in Winnipeg, MB. It has been under the pastoral care of Jesuits since its founding in 1908.

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish

Our Lady of Lourdes is a Spirit-filled Catholic Community of Pilgrims gathered from different lands and different cultures. OLOL comes together under the Dome of Our Lady of Lourdes Church in downtown Toronto to celebrate faith in Word, Sacrament and Service.

The birth of a new parish in rural Haiti: a story from Erik Oland, SJ

March 16, 2020 — On my recent trip to Haiti I visited the southern peninsula for the first time. This is the region of the country that was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. The local community has been desirous of having its own parish for several years and most recently the local bishop, Jesuit Gontran Décoste, asked the Society to discern the possibility of providing a priest for the potential new parish. In the Haitian context a new parish church means also an elementary school and a local health centre.

Holy Rosary Parish

Holy Rosary Parish was first established as a mission church to the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate. It was administered by the Spiritans until the year 2000. It is now under the administration of the Canadian Jesuits. As a Jesuit parish, it strives to find God in all things.

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