Annunciation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary Parish
3 Combermere Drive, Toronto ON M3A 2W4
PH:  (416) 445-1760  FAX:  (416) 445-4228
Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish         
3 Combermere Drive, Toronto ON M3A 2W4       
PH: (416) 445-1760   FAX: (416) 445-4228

By appointment only.
Staff: Clarissa Adityani
Parish Priests: Rev. Jude Coyle
Marcellina Kristiani
Rev. Joseph Chandrakanthan
Rev. Xavier Raj Sam Michael
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of Ordinary Time Mass

Parish Bulletin - January 17, 2021


Due to lockdown, weekday and Sunday Mass is cancelled until further notice.
At the direction of the Archdiocese, the parish office is currently closed to the public.
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Cardinal Collins wishes that parishes of the Archdiocese of Toronto open for periods of private
prayer. There will be an opportunity for periods of private prayer in our church on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday mornings.

The Province of Ontario has declared a State of Emergency instructing residents to stay at home
except for essential travel.

Dr. Peter Lin reminds us that this is an extremely dangerous time for the spread of the
COVID-19 virus and that the elderly, those with pre-existing conditions (high blood pressure,
diabetes etc.), sick, or those who are vulnerable are strongly advised to stay at home.

Those who wish to come to the church for private prayer must register to do so on-line through the
parish website. Church doors will close at the beginning of each period of private prayer.

Only 8 parishioners may be in the Church at any time, along with an usher and other staff member.
Masks must be worn, social distancing observed, and all guidelines followed.