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Rosary Apostolate
Join the Rosary Apostolate in the Schools! Do you love Jesus and Mary? Do you love Children? Do...
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Healing and Reconciliation
All are Welcome! You are invited on Monday, June 6th after the 7:00pm Mass in the Parish...
Apostolate of the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima
On the weekend of May 14/15 Brother Antonio from the Heralds of the Gospel will come to...
Our Lady of Fatima Sanctuary
Anointing Sick
World Day of the Sick
World Day of the sick (Our Lady of Lourdes) - Holy Martyrs of Japan, Friday, February 11 at 7...

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167 Essa Street
Bradford, ON
L3Z 2B6

Office/Mailing Address
167 Essa Street, PO Box 1180 Stn Main
Bradford, ON
L3Z 2B6

t:  905.775.2065

Rev. John Pak

Rev. Rodel Baal
Associate Pastor

Deacon David Langley
Deacon Assistant

Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann
Deacon Assistant

Parish Staff
Delia McEvenue
Office Manager

Anna Maria Mongillo
Office Assistant

Raymond Reitzel
Youth Minister

Nancy Mora
Coordinator of the Migrant Workers Ministry "El Sembrador"

Anthony Venroy

Holy Martyrs of Japan Cemetery
Requiem Mass at the Cemetery on the First Friday of each month at 11:00AM for our Faithful Departed (weather allowing, with the alternative to celebrate  the Mass at the Church). Come join with us, Friday, July 8th at 11:00am at Holy Martyrs of Japan Cemetery (Weather Allowing)
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Holy Martyrs of Japan Parish
In 1857 Bradford was incorporated as a village, and six years later the Catholic families purchased three lots on Queen Street running west from Moore Street. The mission church, a small brick building, was built in the center of this property and blessed in 1864 by Bishop John Joseph Lynch, of Toronto. It was dedicated to the twenty-six Martyrs of Japan, who had been canonized at a historic ceremony in Rome two years earlier, at which Bishop Lynch had been present.
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