ABOUT THE DIOCESE

The Diocese of Hamilton was established on February 29, 1856 by Pope Pius IX as a division of the Archdiocese of Toronto.  The Hamilton Diocese has grown to become the second largest English-speaking Roman Catholic Diocese in Canada, encompassing the Counties of Brant, Bruce, Grey, Halton, Waterloo, Wellington, and four Townships in the County of Dufferin. Find out more here.

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700 King Street West

Hamilton, Ontario

L8P 1C7

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PaRISHES

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A defining feature of the One Heart, One Soul Campaign is its focus on the life of our parishes. The campaign allows parishes to decide what projects are more pressing in their local community – these projects make up their local campaign priorities.

 

Parish case statements can be found by expanding the parish sections below. Note that you can search for a parish in the search bar. Only those parishes whose Campaign Wave has begun will have a parish case statement listed, but case statements will be updated as the campaign progresses.

“What I find especially attractive about the idea of this campaign is the focus on parishes and their needs. The parishes will receive the lion’s share of the monies raised within their own parish campaigns, while also making significant contributions to (diocesan) concerns we all have in common. I think the campaign has the potential to strengthen our unity as a Diocese; we cannot forget that we all belong to each other.” 

 

Fr. Martin Vallely,
Pastor of Holy Rosary Parish, Burlington