Liturgy & Spirituality

Our Faith: The Centre Of Our Lives

  • Liturgy
  • Spiritual Direction
  • Neighboring Churches
  • Liturgy Committee

Daily Liturgy

 

Eucharist

 

The Holy Mass is celebrated every day during term except reading weeks and holiday. Everyone is welcome to attend. It is offered Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 1:10pm. Wednesdays at 1:30pm.

 

Adoration

 

Eucharistic adoration is available to all who are interested on a weekly basis. Thursdays at 12:30pm.

Services are held in St. Joseph Chapel or St. Marie Oratory

Guidance for Our Times

 

There are many opportunities for spiritual guidance, offered through either faculty members or college spiritual directors. Students should consult with their faculty advisors about choosing a spiritual director.

Surrounding Community

 

Catholic Churches in the Neighbourhood

 

Our Lady of Lourdes
520 Sherbourne Street
416-924-6257
parish@ourladyoflourdes.ca
Daily Mass: Mon-Fri: 8:00am, 12:10pm, 5:15pm; Sat: 8:00am, 12:10pm;
Sunday Mass: 5:15pm (Sat), 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 7:00pm.

 


St. Basil’s Roman Catholic Church
50 St. Joseph Street
416-926-7278
Daily Mass: Mon-Fri: 7:30am, 12:10pm, 5:10pm; Also Wed, Fri: 4:00pm; Sat: 9:00am
Sunday Mass: 5:00pm (Sat), 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 4:30pm

 


St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church
840 Bathurst Street
416-534-4219
Daily Mass: Mon-Wed-Fri: 8:00am; Tues-Thurs. 12:10pm
Sunday Mass: 5:00pm (Sat), 9:00am, 10:30am, 12noon, 6:00pm.

 


St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Centre Chapel
89 St. George Street
416-979-2468
Daily Mass: Mon-Fri: 12:15pm.
Sunday Mass: 11:00am, 7:00pm.

 

Regis College Liturgical Committee

All members of the Regis College community are encouraged to become members of the Liturgy Committee, and to contribute to the pastoral and spiritual formation of all involved in the preparation and celebration of the Wednesday Liturgy, the primary weekly liturgy of this faith community.

 

The Liturgy Committee plans the Wednesday liturgy and invites various members of the community to be presiders, homilists, cantors, readers and Eucharistic ministers, and to fill any other ministry arising out of a particular liturgy. Attention is paid to prayerful worship and music, the issues of the various images and metaphors of God, inclusive language and concerns for justice and the needs of the world.

 

The Liturgy Committee is composed of a chairperson, a staff person, the music director, and members of the community who are willing to prepare upcoming liturgies. At weekly meetings, the preparation is done in the context of prayerful reflection on the Scripture readings that are a part of the liturgy. This reflection develops a focus that contributes to the planning of the environment, the homily, and the music for the celebration of the liturgy. The meeting and various responsibilities arising from the planning comprise at least a two-hour commitment each week.

 

The Liturgy Committee welcomes all social justice concerns and initiatives from students and faculty so as to connect our worship with our actions on behalf of justice for the world.

 

If you are interested in joining the Liturgy Committee, or the Regis College Choir, or assisting in our liturgical celebrations as Minister of the Word or Eucharistic Minister, kindly contact Fr. Joseph Schner, S.J.

Our Faith: The Centre Of Our Lives

  • Liturgy

    Daily Liturgy

     

    Eucharist

     

    The Holy Mass is celebrated every day during term except reading weeks and holiday. Everyone is welcome to attend. It is offered Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 1:10pm. Wednesdays at 1:30pm.

     

    Adoration

     

    Eucharistic adoration is available to all who are interested on a weekly basis. Thursdays at 12:30pm.

    Services are held in St. Joseph Chapel or St. Marie Oratory

  • Spiritual Direction

    Guidance for Our Times

     

    There are many opportunities for spiritual guidance, offered through either faculty members or college spiritual directors. Students should consult with their faculty advisors about choosing a spiritual director.

  • Neighboring Churches

    Surrounding Community

     

    Catholic Churches in the Neighbourhood

     

    Our Lady of Lourdes
    520 Sherbourne Street
    416-924-6257
    parish@ourladyoflourdes.ca
    Daily Mass: Mon-Fri: 8:00am, 12:10pm, 5:15pm; Sat: 8:00am, 12:10pm;
    Sunday Mass: 5:15pm (Sat), 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 7:00pm.

     

    St. Basil’s Roman Catholic Church
    50 St. Joseph Street
    416-926-7278
    Daily Mass: Mon-Fri: 7:30am, 12:10pm, 5:10pm; Also Wed, Fri: 4:00pm; Sat: 9:00am
    Sunday Mass: 5:00pm (Sat), 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 4:30pm

     

    St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church
    840 Bathurst Street
    416-534-4219
    Daily Mass: Mon-Wed-Fri: 8:00am; Tues-Thurs. 12:10pm
    Sunday Mass: 5:00pm (Sat), 9:00am, 10:30am, 12noon, 6:00pm.

     

    St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Centre Chapel
    89 St. George Street
    416-979-2468
    Daily Mass: Mon-Fri: 12:15pm.
    Sunday Mass: 11:00am, 7:00pm.

  • Liturgy Committee

    Regis College Liturgical Committee

    All members of the Regis College community are encouraged to become members of the Liturgy Committee, and to contribute to the pastoral and spiritual formation of all involved in the preparation and celebration of the Wednesday Liturgy, the primary weekly liturgy of this faith community.

     

    The Liturgy Committee plans the Wednesday liturgy and invites various members of the community to be presiders, homilists, cantors, readers and Eucharistic ministers, and to fill any other ministry arising out of a particular liturgy. Attention is paid to prayerful worship and music, the issues of the various images and metaphors of God, inclusive language and concerns for justice and the needs of the world.

     

    The Liturgy Committee is composed of a chairperson, a staff person, the music director, and members of the community who are willing to prepare upcoming liturgies. At weekly meetings, the preparation is done in the context of prayerful reflection on the Scripture readings that are a part of the liturgy. This reflection develops a focus that contributes to the planning of the environment, the homily, and the music for the celebration of the liturgy. The meeting and various responsibilities arising from the planning comprise at least a two-hour commitment each week.

     

    The Liturgy Committee welcomes all social justice concerns and initiatives from students and faculty so as to connect our worship with our actions on behalf of justice for the world.

     

    If you are interested in joining the Liturgy Committee, or the Regis College Choir, or assisting in our liturgical celebrations as Minister of the Word or Eucharistic Minister, kindly contact Fr. Joseph Schner, S.J.

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