Our Pastor

Rev. Father Waldemar Podlasz, SDS  - Former Pastor, St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church of the Diocese of Victoria in Nanaimo, British Columbia.   Fr. Podlasz, is a Faithful Friar (Chaplain) with Fourth Degree ``Captain Alexandro Malaspina"  Assembly 0034 and a member of Council 3842 in Naniamo B.C.   In the Council Newsletters he usually publishes a short article, as well there are comments regarding his great support for the KofC. 

Bon Vovage and good luck to 
Rev. Father Matthew Keshwah

who leaves us having been transferred to Halifax as of the end of July 2107 .

Father Matthew can be reached at:

Please welcome our new Associate Pastor as of August 1, 2017

Father Tavis Goski

Father Tavis Goski, originally a member of Holy Cross Parish, was ordained to the priesthood on June 3, 2016, by Archbishop Terrence Prendergast at Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica in Ottawa.

Father Goski celebrated his first Mass at Holy Cross Parish the following day. A reception in the parish hall followed the Mass.

Prior to formation at St. Augustine Seminary in Scarborough, Father Goski had completed his undergraduate education at the University of Ottawa. He is a member of Holy Cross Council Knights of Columbus, sang in the choir and was an active member of the parish youth group for many years.

Father Goski has recently been appointed Associate Pastor of Divine Infant Parish, effective August 1, 2017.  Prior to his appointment here, he served as Associate Pastor of Our Lady of Fatima Parish. 
 Welcome Father to our parish and also to Council 7873. 

SDS: Salvatorians (Society of the Divine Savior)
SDS are called to follow Jesus Christ, the Divine Saviour, by living as a community within the universal Church for apostolic service.  As with our Founder, Father Francis Mary of the Cross Jordan, we proclaim to all people the salvation which has appeared in Jesus Christ, so that by the lives we live and in our apostolic activities, all may come "to know You, the one true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent" (John 17:3), and have life in all its fullness.  This mission compels us to share our call to be apostles with people from all walks of life.