Our Mission Statement
We, as a Chrstian Community,
Inspired by the Holy Spirit,
Strive to live our Baptismal Promises
By using our time, talent and treasure
To reach out to others
As Jesus did.
Welcome to Saint Aloysius Parish.
Serving Montreal's English-speaking, Catholic community since 1908.
H.O.P.E. has been an integral part of Saint Aloysius Parish since the late sixties. An integral part of H.O.P.E. has been our parishioners with their generousity and willingness to help the less fortunate in our society.
H.O.P.E. has donated hundreds of school bags filled with school supplies to children of less fortunate families. It has served thousands of hot meals to the homeless. The residents of Grace Dart Extended Care Centre have received needed gifts every Christmas and Easter. Hundreds of families receive H.O.P.E. Christmas Baskets along with gifts for the children. These are only some of the projects H.O.P.E. undertakes in the community.
If you or someone you know is in need or you simply want more info, contact us at HOPEhelps@saintaloysius.ca or call us at 514-351-3281.
Worshippng God through music has existed for centuries. The quality of that worship is based on liturgical music and the participation of our parishioners. The Saint Aloysius Choir inspires that quality in people of all ages. If you have a passion for liturgical music, consider joining our Choir.
The Ladies of Saint Anne
Rosemary Kelahear and a group of very devoted parishioners have been, over the years, an integral part of the community. Through their numerous fundraisers, especially through bingos and raffles, they have donated a great deal of their time and effort to help keep the parish running, while promoting friendship and support to parishioners and their families.
Almage Centre 50+
As the sole English community centre for seniors in the East-end of Montreal for more than 35 years, Almage:
Contact Almage at 514-355-1712, or email email@example.com
Almage was born from talk amongst a group of friends from three churches in the Tetreauville area. To come up with a name, they used the first two letters of their churches' names: St. Aloysius Catholic (de Marseilles Street), St. Margaret Anglican (de Teck) and St. George's United (Baldwin).
The Social Committee
Members of our Social Committee coordinate and plan, in consultation with our parish priest, several social events that take place at our Parish every year. Their role contributes to fostering a sense of community and promotes the ministry of welcoming all members of the Parish community. Events include our “Annual Parish Barbecue” and our “Annual Christmas Party”. They have also welcomed our First Communion children and their families with beautiful “Fruit Punch and Cake” socials at our Parish Centre.
Members of the Social Committee: Emma Lisi, Joyce Montanaro and Joanne Trottier.
The committee always welcomes new helpers, as well as new ideas or suggestions from parishioners.
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