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Families and Youth

Springbank Catholic offers many activities, events, and programs for families and young people of all ages to get involved in our parish community!

For more information, or to get involved in any of these offerings, please contact Alexandria Fung at

What's Going on This Month?

Family Movie Night

Bring the whole family out to St. George on Friday, February 10 at 6:30PM for pizza and a movie! We will be showing “The Bad Guys,” and pizza, juice, and popcorn will be provided. Get comfy in your favourite pajamas, grab your fluffiest blankets, and come join us for a great night! Please RSVP to Wanda Hatch at

Black and White Dance Party

After three years of COVID-19, the St. John the Divine Latin Night in support of children in Choco, Colombia, will take place on Saturday, February 11, in the hall at St. John the Divine from 6:30PM until midnight. There will be a full dinner, live music, dancing, a silent auction, and more! This long-standing event supports the education of the poor in Columbia and keeps children away from guerilla activities. Please contact the Parish office if you are available to volunteer this evening, or to purchase a table
for your group to attend. 

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Lenten Season Begins

Beginning on Ash Wednesday (February 22) and lasting until Holy Thursday (April 6), the season of Lent is a season of increased prayer, fasting, and almsgiving/charity during which Catholics prepare for the rising of Jesus from the dead at Easter (April 9). Shrove Tuesday (February 21) is a traditional feast day celebrated the day before Lent begins. Observances include feasting on sugary, fatty foods before the fasting period (abstaining from these foods) during Lent. Join us for a free Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner on February 21 from 4:30PM – 6PM at St. George
Parish in the hall; and for Ash Wednesday Services on February 22 at 9:30AM (St. John the Divine Parish) or 7PM (St. George Parish).

What's Happening

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Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation

The sacraments of Christian Initiation lay the foundations of every Christian life. The faithful are born anew by Baptism, strengthened by the Sacrament of Confirmation, and receive in the Eucharist the food of eternal life” (CCC, 1212). Sacramental Preparation is ongoing.


Check out some of the great resources we offer for families and children!

Blessing of an Advent Wreath

A guided prayer booklet

Faith at Home

An activity booklet for the Christmas season

Like Netflix, but Catholic

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