Corpus Christi Parish

"knock and the door will be open to you"
- Matthew 7:7


Places of worship are now allowed up to 250 people at Mass.

This will apply to all sacramental celebrations, except Weddings and Funerals at which  only up to 50 people may attend. Therefore, there is no need to preregister for any Mass at Corpus Christi  – we have ample room, with social distancing, for parishioners.

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Deconfinement Protocols

For The Protection Of Individuals In Our Place Of Worship


Health and Safety Rules

To Protect Against COVID-19

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Our Monday, November 1st, All-Saints Day Mass will be at 9am.

The All Souls’ Day Mass will be Tuesday, November 2, 7pm.  Recitation of the Rosary will begin at 6:30pm as usual and the list of names to be remembered will be read as of 6:55pm.  There will be forms and a basket for the names for the Commemoration of Departed Souls by the main entrances by next weekend.

We will once again collecting and bringing sandwiches and snacks to Benedict Labre House, next month, Sunday, November 14th, after 10am Mass.


A Letter from the Wardens


Mass Schedule


Saturday - 5 P.M

Sunday - 10 A.M | 3 P.M (Filipino Mass)


Tuesday - 6:30 P.M Rosary and Mass Followed by

A Devotion To Our Lady Of Perpetual Help

Wednesday - 9 A.M

Thursday - 9 A.M

Friday - 9 A.M Followed by Adoration of The Eucharist

1st Saturday of the Month - 9 A.M


About Us

Corpus Christi Parish serves the English speaking Roman Catholic communities of Senneville, Ste-Anne de Bellevue and Baie D’Urfe.

In 1958, Cardinal Leger approved the establishment of the English-speaking Parish of Corpus Christi. Initially, parish services were held in a residence in Baie d’Urfé, which also served as the
priest’s home, while a search was undertaken to find a suitable location for the church. Through the generosity of the Morgan family, via the James Morgan Estate, a site was donated and
building commenced. The church was built and the first services were held in 1963.

Our welcoming community offers an environment where parishioners are encouraged to express their faith, share their talents, nurture their souls through ministry and to worship our God.

We welcome all seeking to grow their faith through youth programs, ministries and sacraments and particularly through social action. Corpus Christi is actively involved in meeting the needs of our own local community by providing food for the lonely and support to the sick. We also reach out to the global community through our support of Suitcases for Africa.


Community Resources and Services



Al-Anon (Families of Alcoholics)


Archdiocese, Marriage Tribunal, English Pastoral Services


Episcopal Vicar - Fr. Raymond Lafontaine


Quebec Life Coalition: Pregnant? Worried?


Tel Aide (listening line)


Violence S.O.S. Hotline


West Island Women's Shelter