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ST. GABRIEL’S YOUTH MINISTRY – SEE WHAT WE HAVE BEEN UP TO

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Here are some pictures from our youth ministry’s recent community outreach events:

Planting native trees in Cedarvale Park and Pineway Park, preparing and distributing Winter Care Packages in downtown Toronto, serving food at The Scott Mission Centre, and weaving milk bags into mattresses.

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Youth Street Patrol August 2016

Monday, August 15th, 2016

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2016 Lenten and Easter Schedule

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

Download the schedule as a PDF file.

Christmas Season Pictures

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Bringing Christmas Cheer

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Bringing Christmas Cheer

St. Gabriel's Staff Lunch

St. Gabriel’s Staff Lunch

Create a Climate of Change

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

In response to Pope Francis’ call in his recent encyclical Laudato si’ to all peoples to take urgent action to protect the planet from climate change, Cardinal Collins has asked all parishes in the Archdiocese to participate in a national weekend of action “Create a Climate of Change” on October 24/25. It is an action spearheaded by the Canadian Catholic Organization – Development and Peace.

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Here at St Gabriel’s, prayer cards as well as pamphlets on how climate change has affected the poorest in the world will be made available to you on the weekend of Oct 17/18. The following weekend, you will be invited to sign an Action Card to the government. On the card, you can also share with the Prime Minister your own personal action to help reduce climate change. It is hoped that through our message to the government, Canada will commit to taking more decisive action in December when world leaders meet in Paris at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) to negotiate a binding and universal agreement on climate action.

The survival of our planet and its people is at stake! Please consider joining other Catholics around Canada in this action to create a climate of change, so that together with people from around the world, we can meet the challenges posed by climate change and protect the planet – our common home.

The video of our parish’s Open Forum on Laudato Si’ , held on June 30, is accessible under the caption “Probing Pope Francis’ Encyclical “LAUDATO SI”, found on the right hand panel of this page.