Mass Schedule during COVID

Masses are celebrated Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday at St. Ambrose.  If you wish to attend one of the weekend masses you must call the office to register.

Wednesday mass at 9:00 am is open to everyone until we have reached our capacity set by the health authority.  Those who come early are guaranteed a seat. 

Mass Live Streaming

Live streaming/recording of mass at Saint Ambrose rotates between the Sunday morning and Saturday evening masses.  Mass on Wednesday’s is also live streamed each week.

Confessions are being held after mass on Wednesday for the time being.  If you work during the day and are unable to be there for this, you can make an appointment.  You can email Fr. Henry or call the office for a time.

Mass 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time (July 24th) 

Next Mass Live Streamed:  Wednesday July 28th at 9:00am.  

Click HERE to go to my YouTube Channel to see past masses.

Amoris Laetitia Video Series
Over the course of ten monthly episodes, Pope Francis will discuss each chapter of Amoris Laetitia, paired with testimonies of different families who will share some aspects of their daily lives.
For the Amoris Laetitia Video Series  click here.

Pope Francis established a decree that this year is a Year of St. Joseph so that “every member of the faithful, following his example, may strengthen their life of faith daily in the complete fulfillment of God’s will.”  If you would like some prayers to honour Saint Joseph, click on the following link:
 The Catholic Bishops have also developed a webpage with a variety of material to help renew a devotion to Saint Joseph. Of particular note are a series of reflective video that highlight the qualities of Saint Joseph as explored by Pope Francis in his apostolic letter, Patris corde. To view these videos click here.



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If you want to donate online to St. Ambrose Parish, our preferred method is through email transfer using since there is no cost associated with this method.  Or click on the Canada Helps link below.

We welcome you to St. Ambrose Co-Cathedral

A place where believers are centered on the Eucharist and rooted in the Word of God.  Here we strive to live our Catholic faith in a community of charity and hospitality, extending a welcome to all.