Fall 2020 | Sept 23 - Nov 1

Mississauga Campaign

Mississauga, Canada
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Fall 2020 | Sept 23 - Nov 1 Map
Vigil Location

IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ:
101 Queensway W Mississauga,

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Notes

IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ:

Our prayer vigil will now be just outside the 50 metre "bubble zone "limit:
1. Park your car at nearby St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 2340 Hurontario Street/near Queensway Blvd

2. Go to the side door leading to hall to sign-in/pick up signs  and read instructions on where the vigil site is this year.

3. Walk to the NEW Vigil Site on the south side of Queensway Blvd. (50 paces west of
Confederation Parkway) south sidewalk/pathway and pray (near the candy cane shaped
vent stack)
IMPORTANT NOTICE re: COVID-19: This year all particpants in the vigil will be following all safety measures set out by government directives 


We thank God that 40 Days for Life campaign has been in Mississauga since September 2011. We hope that more prayer witnesses will join us this year.

Also, if you have any experiences you wish to share with us please forward to us at our email address: mississauga40days@gmail.com or righttolifemb@gmail.com

 


Local events
CLOSING MASS

Sunday, November 1st

We will be wrapping up this year’s campaign with the 40 Days for Life Closing Mass which will be held at St. Catherine of Siena Church (our 40 Days for Life hub) on Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 1:00pm, located at 2340 Hurontario St, Mississauga. In compliance with Covid restrictions, this will be a “first come, first served” Mass. Please get there early to pray, if you want to ensure that you get in. For those who are unable to attend physically, this Mass will be streamed live from the St. Catherine of Siena website at https://stcatherine.ca/. Help us continue to spread the message of love!

Address: ST CATHERINE OF SIENA CHURCH 2340 HURONTARIO ST MISSISSAUGA ONTARIO L5B1N1

Time: 1:00 PM

Leader Contact Info

Mississauga /Brampton Right to Life

416 888 0251

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