ALL SUNDAY MASSES CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
To keep us connected, Fr. Stephen is offering the following:
Church open for Private Prayer 9:00 to 12:00 noon each day (except Monday)
Weekday Mass (Tuesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.) is open to the public, with a limit of eight people only, first come, first served
Confessions upon request (call 705-742-5466 and arrange a time with Fr. Stephen)
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass offered over Zoom (click this link to join any Saturday)
Sunday morning, the recorded Saturday Zoom mass will be posted below
Current lockdown to
MESSAGE FROM FR. STEPHEN
How we will operate during the lockdown – updated 01/28/21.
The faithful are reminded that the Dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass remains in effect. — +Bishop Miehm, November 10, 2020
5th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
THE SKATEBOARD PRIEST
CHATS WITH STUDENTS
Fr. Stephen DeCarlo
Priest | Administrator
Welcome to our new parish priest, Fr. Stephen DeCarlo! Fr. Stephen is originally from Peterborough and was baptized at Sacred Heart Parish. He went to Sacred Heart Elementary, King Edward Public School, and Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School. He attended university at the University of Toronto, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College in Barry's Bay, St. Philip’s Seminary in Toronto and St. Augustine’s Seminary in Scarborough. He also completed courses through the Liturgical Institute in Mundelein, Illinois. He did his pastoral internship at St. Joseph’s Parish in Bowmanville and was ordained to the priesthood on May 25th, 2018. He served at St. Mary’s Parish in Lindsay in 2018-2020 and replaced
Fr. Bill Moloney at Immaculate
on July 29th, 2020.
Fr. Peter Seabrooke
Retired Priest in Residence
Fr. Peter Seabrooke was baptized in Immaculate Conception Parish but raised in Sacred Heart Parish, both in Peterborough and was ordained to the priesthood on May 6th, 1972. He served in parishes in Cobourg, Lindsay .Newcastle and Peterborough,in addition to serving as Youth Director, Director of Christian Family Ministries and Chancellor of Temporal Affairs. He officially retired in September 2019 and resides at the Immaculate rectory while continuing to serve as chaplain of Mount St. Joseph.