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  • Contact

    St. Mary's Parish
    211 Avenue O South
    Saskatoon, SK
    S7M 2R6

    Phone: 306 244 2983
    Fax: 306 242 6461
    stmarysrectory@sasktel.net

    Map
  • Mass Times

    Sunday Masses
    Saturday: 7pm
    Sunday: 9am, 11am,
    1pm Aboriginal Mass with Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
    4pm mass in Spanish

    Weekday Mass Times:
    Monday to Saturday: 9am
    Wednesday: 9am, 7:15pm


    Perpetual Help Devotions at both Wednesday Masses

    Adoration and Benediction on First Saturdays following the 9:00 AM Mass until 12:00 Noon
  • Reconciliation

    Saturday: 4-5pm, 6-6:45pm
    Sunday: 12:30-1pm (Guadalupe Parish)
    Sunday: 3-4pm in Spanish
    Wednesday: 6:30-7pm

    Or by appointment
  • Office Hours

    Monday to Friday
    8:30am to 12 Noon
    12:30pm to 4:00pm

Redemptorists

The Redemptorists came into existence in the town of Scala, Italy in 1732. Their founder, St. Alphonsus Mary de Liguori was a great preacher of the Gospel to the poor. His apostolic spirit led him to found the congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer to carry on his work. The order received papal approval in 1749 and arrived in Canada in 1872.
Saskatoon’s first bishop, Bishop Murray, was a Redemptorist and a year after his arrival in 1933, he put St. Mary’s in the care of his own order. The Redemptorists have been here ever since.

The present Redemptorist community at St. Mary’s

Present Community consists of: Fr. Jon Hansen, Fr. Steve Morrisey, Fr. Ciro Alfonso Perez, Fr. Mick Fleming

The Redemptorists came into existence in the town of Scala, Italy in 1732. Their founder, St. Alphonsus Mary de Liguori was a great preacher of the Gospel to the poor. His apostolic spirit led him to found the congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer to carry on his work. The order received papal approval in 1749 and arrived in Canada in 1872.

Saskatoon’s first bishop, Bishop Murray, was a Redemptorist and a year after his arrival in 1933, he put St. Mary’s in the care of his own order. The Redemptorists have been here ever since.

You can learn more about the Redemptorists in Canada at www.redemptorists.ca

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