A COMMUNITY OF BELIEVERS WHO
LOVE THE LORD, STRIVE TO LIVE THE GOSPEL & SERVE THE LESS FORTUNATE
PARISH SERVICE SCHEDULE
OLA IS OPEN AS OF FEBRUARY 27
SEASON OF LENT
Starting February 27th 2021
We resume our regular mass services this February 27th. We ask that you come early to ensure you are registered at the entrance. As per government regulations, we can accommodate 25 people per mass, in addition to the presider and volunteers.
Should you have any questions please contact the office.
At 5:00 PM
Available before or after mass
At 9:00 AM
Available before mass
STAY AT HOME
Given the present situation with COVID, we suggest you stay home if you are feeling unwell. Yet, you can remain faithful to dedicating Sunday to our Lord by prayerfully watching mass online HERE
WELCOMING YOU HOME
Our community at Our Lady of the Annunciation is dedicated to God, whose faithfulness endures to all generations. (Psalm 100) We honour Mary in the angel's annunciation that she was chosen to conceive the Messiah, our Lord Jesus Christ. Our honour extends also to the priests and lay members who have lived and served in this faithful community. We are part of the Archdiocese of Gatineau.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Our Parish belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. From its inception, our Parish has been and continues to be devoted to serving the Anglophone and Allophone people of the Hull sector and sometimes beyond.
At Our Lady of the Annunciation we offer spiritual direction upon request.
We are also dedicated to the growth of faith studies and events that can help grow the fellowship of our community.
GET ALL THE LATEST UPDATES REGARDING
OUR NEW LIFE WITH COVID
Due to all the new regulations surrounding the COVID-19 situation,
Our parish is subject to schedule and procedure changes to help keep everyone safe.
Here you can get to know the latest mass intentions or download our latest bulletin,
any updates from the Archdiocese of Gatineau, and any changes to the mass schedule.
DUE TO RESTRICTIVE MEASURES IMPLEMENTED BY THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
ALL CELEBRATIONS ARE LIMITED TO A MAX OF 25 PEOPLE
IN ADDITION TO THOSE INVOLVED IN THE CELEBRATION (THE PASTOR & THOSE IN SERVICE)