February 2021 Update

The church is allowed to accommodate 10 people in separate rooms. The parish will be using the church and the downstairs foyer (with projector) for in-person Mass, accommodating a total of 20 people. (Sunday Mass only. Pre-registration is required. View the Lent or Home page to pre-register)

  • You are invited to receive Sacrament of Reconciliation and/or Communion in the church after online Mass on Sunday between 11:55 am to 12:15pm

  • Starting at 12:15 pm, you may receive Communion by the church's front steps or in your car by the curbside of the church

You are also welcome to call the rectory to receive Sacrament of the Eucharist and/or of Reconciliation at your doorstep by appointment.


Saint Willibrord Parish


  • Upon entering the building: masks, hand sanitizing and physical distancing are mandatory. 

  • Before you enter the church, you must sign-in at the registration desk. Once in the church, you must stay in your pew for the entirety of mass. The Eucharist will be brought to you.

  • At the end of mass, you must wait until the priest has fully exited before you leave. Those sitting in a pew that is closest to the exit must leave first while those who are further must wait for their turn. 

It is obligatory that you wear your mask at all times in the church, physically distance, and cooperate with all COVID-19’s guidelines for the safety of everyone.

January 2021 Update

Following Premier Legault’s recent announcement, Saint Willibrord Parish is closed for in-person gatherings.

Sunday Mass will resume online on our official Youtube Channel: English Catholic Churches of Verdun 

We would like to thank all our volunteers, altar servers & lectors who have helped the Parish since it’s re-opening until now. And to our parishioners for coming to Mass while respecting safety guidelines.

We encourage you to follow health safety guidelines & to keep everyone's safety in your prayers


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