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Clergy Changes for 2024
Below you will find the listing of clergy changes for the Archdiocese of Toronto. We give thanks for...
Archdiocesan COA
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Welcome to our parish!
Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Poland parish. Please check our Mass schedule, come and worship with us...
Archbishop Leo Joins Interfaith Prayer Walk with Toronto Police
On Thursday, April 11, 2024, Archbishop Leo joined members of the Toronto Police Service and faith leaders in...
Archbishop Leo Joins Interfaith Prayer Walk with Toronto Police
Newly Initiated Catholics
Neophyte Mass To Take Place April 21 at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica
On Sunday April 21, 2024 at 2:30 p.m., the Most Reverend Francis Leo, Archbishop of Toronto...

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625 Middlefield Road
Scarborough, ON
M1V 5B8

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625 Middlefield Road
Scarborough, ON
M1V 5B8

t:  416.332.0724

Rev. Waldemar Matusiak S.Chr.

Rev. Chris Czapla S.Chr.
Associate Pastor

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Lenten Lamentations
The Lamentations are a traditional Catholic devotion known only in Poland, which contemplates the Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ through song, reflective prayer and intercession before the Blessed Sacrament, and preaching on the mystery of the Passion. There are three sets in the cycle of Lamentations. The first one focuses on Our Lord’s agony, His betrayal and subsequent arraignment before the Jewish Sanhedrin - prayed on the First and Fourth Sundays in Lent. The second series contemplates His trial before Pontius Pilate and His torture and mockery at the hands of Roman soldiers - prayed on the Second and Fift Sundays in Lent. The third and final series fixes its gaze upon the mystery of Christ crucified and the sufferings which He endured from His nailing to the cross to His final breath - prayed on the Third Sunday in Lent and on Palm Sunday.
Lenten Lamentations - text
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