Parish Office – Drive-In Adoration – June 14, 2020

Drive-In Adoration Holy Hour Instructions

Adoration in the Camp Brébeuf parking lot, in honour of the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, on Sunday, June 14th, will begin at 4:00 pm.

Please plan to arrive well in advance.

Please respect our neighbours by driving slowly along Brébeuf Path (~10 km/h).

Please follow the directions of the parking attendants. We will need to arrange the vehicles 2 metres apart and in such a way that everyone can view the altar.

Adoration is scheduled to end with Benediction at 5:00 pm.

From Your Vehicle

The Ontario Government has stipulated that:

1) one household per vehicle,
2) vehicles must be spaced 2 metres or more apart,
3) no one can leave their vehicle (no washrooms breaks),
4) no more than 5 people conducting the service while maintaining physical distancing.

Since you will be in your vehicles, audio will be provided via cell phones.

You cell phone audio can be played through your vehicles sound system. However, please mute your microphone.

You will need to bring your cell phone and call the following phone number:

Alternate phone numbers:

Then enter the following Meeting ID:
830 8373 0615

Then press #, wait, and press # again.
If required, the Password is: 024525

Click here for an instructional video:

From Home

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 830 8373 0615

Password: 024525

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Adoration will begin in the usual way and end with Benediction. In place of a Corpus Christi procession, Fr. Mark will process around the altar two separate times while a hymn is sung, followed by a reading and prayer. Otherwise, we will pray together in silence.

Please note that you will be sent a letter from Bishop Crosby regarding the protocols for attending Mass and that a letter from Fr. Mark will follow when he has determined when and where Mass will be celebrated next weekend. Be assured, however, if you are concerned about attending Mass, the dispensation from attending Mass on Sunday is still in effect and Sunday Mass will continue to be live streamed during the state of emergency.