Tuesday, June 22, 2021


Live streaming of Mass from St. Norbert Church

June 9, 2021


Tuesday and Wednesday
7.00 PMEnglish - Live Streamed
Thursday and Friday
8.30 AMItalian - Live Streamed
5.00 PMEnglish - Live Streamed
9.00 AMItalian - Live Streamed
10.30 AMEnglish - Live Streamed
12:00 PMEnglish - Live Streamed

June 9, 2021


Open sign

Dear Parishioners,

The provincial government announced revisions to the "Roadmap for Reopening" as they relate to places of worship. The updated measures will result in places of worship opening at 15% capacity in Step 1 and 25% capacity in Step 2. The provincial reopening plan will begin on Friday, June 11 (Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus).

In Step 1, the maximum capacity at St Norbert's Church is 50 people. Please note the following guidelines:

  • NO RESERVATION NEEDED: Admission to the church will be as per first-come first-served basis;
  • Mask is mandatory in the church;
  • Sanitize hands on entry;
  • Always maintain physical distancing, however, families and households may sit together;
  • The church will be open 15 minutes before each service;
  • All are strongly encouraged to self-screen before attending church;
  • Live-streaming service will be continued.

    We hope to organize the First Communion and Confirmation in Step 2 in the Roadmap.

    Looking forward to seeing you all

    Fr. Gigi Philip
    St. Norbert's Church

  • June 3, 2021

    Statement from Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto re Discovery of Children's Remains at former Kamloops Residential School

    Cardinal Collins Coat of Arms

    Following the painful discovery in Kamloops, Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, has written has written a statement regarding residential schools.

    This page also presents frequently asked questions about residential schools to help answer some questions you may have.

    Click to read.

    May 18, 2021

    Humanitarian Relief – India's COVID-19 Outbreak

    PTI30-04-2020_000280B"PTI30-04-2020_000280B" by Ninian Reid is licensed under CC BY 2.0

    India is reeling from a devastating COVID-19 outbreak. In recent days, the country has been reporting more than 400,000 of new cases and 4,000 deaths every 24 hours. International observers expect that the actual numbers are significantly higher. The medical system, funeral services and other social supports are unable to meet the country's needs at this time.

    In response to numerous inquiries from parishioners and clergy, we are providing information for those who may wish to contribute to relief efforts to assist the people of India.

    The Archdiocese of Toronto will send donations through Development and Peace to Caritas Internationalis, an international confederation of Catholic humanitarian organizations that is already in India helping those who are suffering during this COVID-19 outbreak.

    Since the pandemic began, India's Catholic Church, acting principally through Caritas India, has been supporting some of the most disadvantaged groups, such as those with inadequate housing, migrant labourers, persons with special needs and widows.

    To learn more about Caritas' work in India, please watch this video: http://bit.ly/CaritasIndiaRelief.

    Those wishing to help may do so in the following ways:

  • Online through the Archdiocese of Toronto website: www.archtoronto.org;

  • By phone through the Development Office - 416-934-3411;

  • Through the parish, making cheques payable to: St. Norbert Parish – India's COVID-19 Outbreak – Disaster Relief
  • November 1, 2020


    Missals will are available at the Church from Nov 14, 2020. Please give a donation of $5.00 each.

    October 18, 2020


    The archdiocese of Toronto has established a pre-authorized giving plan to assist you in your support of the work of St. Norbert's parish through your regular parish offerings (this does not include special collections). This is how you make your gift through the pre-authorized giving plan:

    • Decide the amount of your gift to St. Norbert's parish to be withdrawn from your account each month.
    • Enclose a cheque from your account marked "void".
    • Mail to the parish office with your Name, Address, Telephone, Email and Amount.

    More information is available here.


    St. Norbert's Church - Toronto