,We are one of two Roman Catholic Parishes in the Transcona area which is part of the Archdiocese of St. Boniface. In January of 1960, with the population increasing, two new English parishes were established: Blessed Sacrament in the east end and St. Joseph the Worker in the west.
Notre Dame de L'Assomption was a third and the oldest of the Transcona Parishes. Notre Dame de L'Assomption operated from 1911 - 1959 as the only Roman Catholic Parish in Transcona and celebrated Mass in French, English, Italian and Polish. At the time of its closing in 2016, Mass was celebrated only in French.
The community of Blessed Sacrament originally met in the basement of the Catholic school on the site until 1966 when the parish church (pictured above) was constructed. Our original meeting place, the school, has become our parish centre. Since its closure as a Catholic school in 1968, it has become the home of our Catechism program (see PARISH LIFE tab) as well other faith formation and social activities.
Our Bulletin for April 22nd has been posted.
Please support the Visitation Ministry's Bake Sale - April 28/29 following our Masses
We are collecting much needed food and supplies for Gifts of Grace Street Mission. Please see the bulletin for details.
Liturgical Ministers - Please see the bulletin for next weekend's schedule.
Please see the Ministries Page for our current sign up form. Volunteers are always needed and appreciated !
Our Diocese celebrates the 200th Anniversary of the Catholic Church in Western Canada ! Please see the Bulletin Board for the Calender of Events and Letter from Archbishop LeGatt.
Please continue to support the Transcona Food Bank. All donations are greatly appreciated !
Our office hours have changed effective Mon. Jan 22, 2018. Please see below.
Blessed Sacrament Parish is located at:
710 ROANOKE STREET WINNIPEG, MB R2C 0K9
OFFICE PHONE 204 - 224 - 1669
Saturday 5:00 PM Sunday 9:00 AM & 11:30 AM
For weekday and special masses, please refer to the EVENTS page.
The office is located upstairs in the Parish Centre behind the church.