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Limited Capacity Masses Returning in ~2-3 Weeks

In response to the Nova Scotia government's recent announcement that groups of up to 50 people can gather while maintaining social distance, public Masses will resume at Christ the King sometime in the next several weeks, following strict health and safety guidelines from the Archdiocese and our insurance company. 

We will publish policies and guidelines for these Masses soon.

Please note: Though public Masses will be offered soon, there will still be no "Sunday obligation" for Catholics until further notice. If you feel that it is unwise to return to Masses for health or safety reasons, please stay home.

Thank you for your patience as we prepare for your safe return! Can't wait to see you again! CLICK HERE to read more.

Will You Be Returning to Mass?
Help Us Plan — Take the Survey 

In order to help us anticipate how many Masses to offer, and how many volunteers we will need, please take this 2 minute survey.
Live Stream Mass from Christ the King: Coming Soon!

It's time to worship together as a community again! We anticipate that we will begin live streaming Mass in English from Christ the King Parish on Sunday mornings, likely beginning next weekend, Sunday June 28th. Exact time and details are TBD — check Facebook, Twitter, or your email this week for more information.

Sunday, June 21st — 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Live Stream Mass links for this Sunday, June 21st: 
Message from our Pastor: What Are You Afraid Of?
CLICK HERE to watch the Weekend Message from Fr. Anthony.

Mass Readings:
CLICK HERE to read the Scripture readings for Mass.

Online Collection Basket:
CLICK HERE to financially support our parish. You can also drop off your envelopes at the drop slot at St. Thomas More. Thank you for your generosity!

Pastor's Message: 
What Are You Afraid Of?

In this weekend's message, Fr. Anthony encourages us to "be not afraid" to live an active, full life as a disciple of Jesus. WATCH HERE

Will You Be Returning to Mass?
Help Us Plan — Take the Survey 

In order to help us anticipate how many Masses to offer, and how many volunteers we will need, please take this 2 minute survey.

Happy Father's Day

On Sunday June 21, we celebrate Father’s Day! Let us pray for fathers of all kinds on Sunday. May the Lord bless them and give the ability to witness the goodness of our heavenly Father.

Register Now for Family Faith Formation

Registration for Family Faith Formation is now open for the 2020-2021 school year for families with children from tiny tots through grade 9. We don't yet know how COVID-19 restrictions will impact our classes, but we will let you know when we have more info. Take advantage of the Early-Bird Discount until August 1st: $35/child or $70/family. CLICK HERE to register.

Support our Chalice Children!

Did you know that you can support our Chalice Children online? Donations can be made by credit card: simply select "Chalice Sponsorship" from the dropdown menu (click here to see an image). Your support is appreciated as we fulfill our commitment to provide for the needs of these children! Tax receipts will be issued for all online donations. CLICK HERE to donate.

Steubenville Live

Since we won’t be gathering at Steubenville Atlantic this summer, we’re very excited to announce Steubenville Live, the first ever virtual Steubenville Conference this July 17-18, 2020. CLICK HERE

More Announcements:

  • Sunday Spread with T & Coffee — Join Fr. Toochukwu and Fr. Anthony this Sunday at 7:00 pm to meditate on God’s Word and be inspired to spread the Word to others. CLICK HERE to join on Zoom, or use Zoom Meeting ID: 240 333 057
  • Archbishop Mancini Speaks about Class Action — Last Friday, the faithful began to see notices about a class action lawsuit that has been filed against the archdiocese. This is not a new lawsuit, it was filed in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in August of 2018, and we now enter a notification phase. CLICK HERE to see Archbishop Mancini's statement. 
SUBJECT TO CHANGE: Please note that, if the status of COVID-19 changes in our region, or if we receive new directives from the Nova Scotia Health Authorities or from the Archdiocese, all plans are subject to change and we will notify you as soon as possible.
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