Parish Organizations

Catholic Women's League
Catholic women's league
The Catholic Women’s League of Canada is a national organization rooted in gospel values calling its members to holiness through service to the people of God.
 
As a League, the ladies foster and celebrate Catholic faith. As a CWL member, we affirm that God blesses every aspect of ordinary life through our monthly meetings, fundraising projects and celebrations. We also take part in spiritual activities at our monthly meetings. Interested in becoming a CWL member, please contact us!
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knights of Columbus
Legion of Mary
Legion of Mary
The Legion of Mary is a lay Catholic organization whose members give service to the Church on a voluntary basis. We serve Jesus through Mary; Mary always points us to her son, Jesus. We have active and auxiliary members. Active members meet every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m.
 
As an active member we the rosary & catena daily. If our Blessed Mother is calling you, please join us on a Wednesday mornings. Come as a guest, there is no obligation to join. For more information, please contact us!
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Serra Club of st. catharines
Serra is an International Catholic lay organization for the promotion of and support of priesthood and consecrated life, and the affirmation of vocations, as well as the spiritual development of its members. Serra International is formally recognized by the Holy See as the global lay apostolate for vocations in the Catholic Church. It is a volunteer organization of over 22,000 Catholic men and women of all ages, races, occupations and backgrounds with over 700 clubs in 37 different countries. We hold monthly meetings and host events including our Annual Trivia Night. If you are interested in learning more or would like to join us, please call Patrick Portelli at 416-948-3969
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St. Vincent de Paul society
The mission of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society is to live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy. It was founded in 1833 by Frederic Ozanam to help the poor in Paris, France. The first Canadian Conference was established in Quebec in 1846. Now there are conferences across Canada and internationally in 130 countries. Our conference of Vincentians is small but very dedicated and hard working, doing tremendous work supporting those who come to us in need. The society gives out food every Tuesday to those who are in need. For more information, please contact us!