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Holy Week 2022

Posted : Apr-09-2022

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On the weekend of April 9/10, Catholics around the world will celebrate Palm Sunday and we will enter into Holy Week, the most profound period in the Christian calendar. This is a time for us to remember the sacrifice Christ made for us and to encounter our loving God in our daily lives.

This Holy Week will be even more powerful for Catholics in Ontario. For the past two years, to maintain the common good, Holy Week services saw gathering restrictions so we could slow the spread of COVID-19. During Holy Week 2022, we will be able to gather together in a way that has not been possible in recent years. However, we note that many people are concerned about the number of COVID cases in our province, so we ask everyone to treat others with kindness in church and in society at large.

Many parishes will use different schedules on Good Friday (April 15) and Easter Sunday (April 17), so it would be wise to confirm service times with your church in advance. You can search for your parish’s website or phone number clicking here

Dozens of parishes around the archdiocese continue to livestream Masses

The schedule for St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica’s livestreams will be as follows:

Palm Sunday
Sunday, April 10 at noon
Cardinal Thomas Collins, celebrant and homilist
Chrism Mass
Tuesday, April 12 at 11 a.m.
Cardinal Collins, celebrant and homilist
Tenebrae
Wednesday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m.
A musical remembrance of the Passion of our Lord, featuring singers from St. Michael’s Choir School
Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Thursday, April 14 at 5:30 p.m.
Fr. Francis Portelli, presider
The Lord’s Passion
Friday, April 15 at 3 p.m.
Cardinal Collins, celebrant and homilist
Easter Sunday Vigil
Saturday, April 16 at 9 p.m.
Cardinal Collins, celebrant and homilist
Easter Sunday Mass
Sunday, April 17 at noon
Cardinal Collins, celebrant and homilist
Easter Monday Mass
Monday, April 18 at 10 a.m.
Fr. Jeremias Inoc, celebrant and homilist