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Sunday Masses
Saturday5:00 PM
Sunday8:30 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 PM
Daily Mass
Monday8:00 AM
Tuesday8:00 AM
Wednesday6:00 PMHoly Hour with Benediction
7:00 PMMass
Thursday8:00 AM
Friday8:00 AM
First Friday6:00 PMHoly Hour with Benediction
7:00 PMMass
Saturday8:00 AM
Pastor:Rev. Xavier De Pinto
In Residence:Abp. Lawrence Saldanha
In Residence:Rev. Joseph Moncada
Church Address:
1737 Lawrence Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario M1R 2X7
(Just East of Victoria Park Avenue on Lawrence Avenue)

Telephone: 416-751-2661
Fax: 416-751-2662

Wheel Chair Accessible

Office Hours
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 9:30am-3:30pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 9:30am-3:30pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 9:00am - 6:30pm
Sunday: 8:30am - 1:30pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession
Saturday: 4:00 – 4:45 PM
First Friday: 6:00 – 6:45 PM
Please call the Pastor for other times
Sacrament of Baptism
Please contact the office
Sacrament of Matrimony
Please contact the Pastor at least one year in advance and prior to booking your hall.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Please contact the office
Knights of Columbus
Jose Reyes - 416-759-2051
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Please call 647-499-5594
Preciuos Blood: 1035 Pharmacy Ave. 416-393-5258
St. Kevin: 15 Murray Glen Dr. 416-393-5300
St. Catherine: 30 Roanoke Rd. 416-393-5316

Thinking about the priesthood or religious life? Hearing Jesus' call "Come and follow me"? Not sure?

Visit Vocations Toronto at, a resourceful site in answering these questions.

Sacraments for the Sick & Elderly
Please notify the office if you know of someone who is in hospital or confined to the home due to sickness or old age. We will gladly bring Communion to them.
Other Ministries
For all other ministries:

  • Altar Servers
  • Children's Liturgy
  • CWL
  • Eucharistic Fraternity
  • Financial Council
  • Holy Communion
  • Lectors
  • Legion of Mary
  • Liturgical Decorators
  • Music Ministries - Adults
  • Music Ministries

    please check out our Telephone Directory.

  • Precious Blood Roman Catholic Church
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    Sunday, February 23, 2020 - 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time
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    for Sunday, April 14, 2019

    Palm Sunday is a bipolar combination of events in the life of Jesus Christ. We commemorate his triumphant entry into Jerusalem (with palms!) and we re-present his bodily demise in The Passion. A mountain peak and a rock-bottom. Yet, the subtext of the events is the meekness of Jesus. Meekness, within the context of The Passion, is submission to the Will of God.

    The Prophet Isaiah shows us that even before Christ, holy people could begin to understand that someone could give His life for others and accept suffering for others. The Lord God supported those who suffered for other, implicitly stating that His Will is being done.

    The Letter to the Philippians teaches us the same lesson, adding that God is even willing to take on our humanity, to suffer with us and for us–and ultimately willing to die so that we might live. He was God, but chose an equality not "to be grasped:" from the Greek term harpagmos meaning "to be exploited for selfish gain." As Jesus is humbled and debased, He knows that He can rise above the ill-treatment at any time. But, He submits to the Will of the Father and enters into His Passion.

    The Gospel of Saint Luke details how Jesus Christ died in agony. The crucified would die of blood loss or asphyxiation. Christ accepted this suffering knowingly and willingly because it was the will of His Father and out of love for us. It was through His obedience that our redemption was achieved. How terrible, though, it is to watch a person die in agony! Think of His mother who was there until the end. Some parents would rather suffer than watch their children suffer. Christ, who was God, exhibited "strength under control," or, said differently, meekness.

    We enter into The Passion with Christ every year. We see its representation within our churches (The Stations of the Cross). We mourn now, but we know that His is the victory. We know that this is not the end, but the seed of a beautiful and glorious beginning for our reigning God and those who believe in Him. May we grow closer to our Lord through the suffering to which he submitted Himself to be closer to us.

    Readings of the day:
    First Reading: Isaiah 50.4-7
    Second Reading: Philippians 2.6-11
    Gospel: Luke 22.14 – 23.56


    Reflections are available for the following Sundays:


    Precious Blood Parish, Toronto