Children's Ministry

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Special Celebrations

Children are invited to help celebrate the mass at various times throughout the year, including Christmas Eve Pageant and Easter Week.

Christmas Eve Pageant

Children of all ages are welcome to participate in this year's Christmas Eve Pageant. This narrative Gospel play shares the 'Greatest Story Ever Told'. Details can be found on the registration form (please see the related links section) - please fill one out and return to Children's Ministry Leaders the weekends of Oct. 19/20 or Oct. 26/27, or e-mail information and questions to


Sunday Children’s Liturgy Program

From September to June, children ages 3 to grade 4 are invited to the hall during the 9am and 11am masses (after the first hymn, until the preparation of the gifts) for their own gospel lesson.

A staff of committed volunteers teach using the Pflaum Gospel Curriculum to offer age-appropriate learning based on the same readings heard upstairs.  This team is always happy to grow! 

Please click here to join the Children’s Liturgy Team.


Parish Schools

Within our Parish boundaries are located five schools, including Elementary levels through to High School.   These schools are part of the Wellington Catholic District School Board.  Our Pastoral Staff provide support to these schools throughout the year, including celebrating school masses, sacramental preparation, and more.  If you would like information about enrolling your child in one of these schools, please contact the Principal listed:

St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic School

251 Colonial Drive

Vince Campolongo, Principal


St. Michael Catholic School

9 McElderry Road

Jeanette Ondercin, Principal


St. Paul Catholic School

182 Clairfields Drive East

Rob Della Croce, Principal


Bishop MacDonell Catholic High School

200 Clair Road West

Holly Conway, Principal


Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School

54 Westmount Road

Mike MacPherson, Principal


Catechetical Correspondence Courses

Families whose children are enrolled in public or private schools, are homeschooled, or for other reasons unable to attend Catholic School may consider this enriching faith-development program.

These interactive parent-child programs are offered through the Diocese of Hamilton and cover every age and stage from Kindergarten through to high school, including programs specially designed to assist children preparing for the Sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation.

Click here for more information.