Holy Canadian Martyrs Parish is a welcoming Christian community reaching out to all who seek God.

Our Pastor

Scholar. Teacher. Linguist. Proficient user of technology. Cross-cultural ambassador.
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Our Parish

Canadian Martyrs is a caring and soulful group of individuals from all walks of life, in all stages of life and with great respect for life.
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News

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Welcome

Holy Canadian Martyrs Parish is a missionary community of the Catholic faithful gathered together in the Eucharist and the Holy Spirit, and committed to ministry.

Sharing Word and Sacraments with one another, we are formed into one body by the love of Christ; we intend to share his love especially with those within and beyond the community who are in spiritual or temporal need, particularly the abandoned and marginalized and the poor.

Our parish fosters and supports renewal in its various forms, promotes lay leadership and its exercise, and strives to build up a strong faith community within the Archdiocese of Ottawa.

Under the spiritual leadership of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, trusting in the care of the Mother of God, and relying on the patronage of the Canadian Martyrs, we commit ourselves to lead each other to spiritual maturity in Christ through faith, hope and love.

Mass Times

Tuesday-Friday: 11:30 a.m.
Saturday: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation is a half hour before masses or by appointment

Resources

Latest news

The Holy Trinity: God is community and communication

June 15, 2014
Today we celebrate Trinity Sunday, which is the Feast of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. The Trinity is at the very heart of our Christian belief. Our entire Christian faith holds on the mystery of one God and three persons.
Last week, we celebrated the feast of Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit, the feast in which the Christian faith became available to all the cultures of the world; the feast in which diversity became one of the fundamental characteristics of our faith. Our Church is made up of people who are part of many different cultures, languages and traditions but all of them believe and profess in one God and three persons.

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RSS Daily Readings

  • Wednesday of the Third Week of Advent
    Reading 1 gn 49:2, 8-10 Jacob called his sons and said to them:“Assemble and listen, sons of Jacob,listen to Israel, your father.“You, Judah, shall your brothers praise–your hand on the neck of your enemies;the sons of your father shall bow down to you.Judah, like a lion’s whelp,you have grown up on prey, my son.He crouches […]
  • Tuesday of the Third Week of Advent
    Reading 1 zep 3:1-2, 9-13 Thus says the LORD:Woe to the city, rebellious and polluted,to the tyrannical city!She hears no voice,accepts no correction;In the LORD she has not trusted,to her God she has not drawn near.For then I will change and purifythe lips of the peoples,That they all may call upon the name of the […]

The above readings are provided by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. To access readings from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, click here.