Sunday, 17 March 2013 20:34

Visit to Mississauga

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When the blitz and confetti of the New Year's celebrations settled down, on Jan. 4th members of our Community, namely Fr. Adam, Fr. Jacek, Fr. Mateusz and Fr. Andrew, boarded our van and set out on the trip to Mississauga. The Parish of St. Maximilian Kolbe, run by the Oblate Fathers, was the site of our annual gathering for the Polish Priests of Eastern Canada. Our London's contingent of the Michaelites was joined by Fr. John from Toronto. Bishop Boissonneau, Auxiliary of Toronto, representatives from local media, Polish Consulate and over 60 priests gathered for this yearly event. With Christmas songs, dance, great food and lots of conversations we entered into a new year hoping and praying for God's Blessing in 2012.

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