Celebrating Mass since 1908, St. Ignatius Parish is a long-standing Jesuit Parish located in Winnipeg at Stafford Street and Corydon Avenue.

St. Ignatius Parish is with you and your family during this challenging period of our lives.  The church is open for public Masses with limited attendance Wednesday through Sunday at 11am, with an additional Saturday 5pm Mass. To attend mass please email to make a reservation.

Daily Masses continue to be celebrated and Parishioners’ intentions are honoured at each Mass. Masses will continue to be live streamed.

Daily Mass

Join us for our live stream mass at St Ignatius every day at 11am. 


Are you or a friend interested in baptism or confirmation in the Catholic Church? Are you interested in learning more about the Catholic faith as an adult?

Starting in mid-October, St. Ignatius Parish will be offering a course in preparation for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) at the Easter Vigil in 2022.

Participants and their sponsors will meet with a team for formation classes and fellowship on Tuesday evenings, either in person or by Zoom. If you are interested or have questions, please call Fr. Con at the parish offices (204-474-2351) or e.mail Fr. Con at fr.mulvihill@stignatius.ca

Donate Today

The vitality of our Parish and School facilities, programs and community relies on the generosity of our Parish members and other supporters.

We appreciate your support and if you are able, use the buttons below to donate.

September 30, 2021

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Indigenous - Jesuit Relations put on by the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the US. The series starts on September 30, National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada. There will be four sessions, approximately every two months.

This is an exploration, and does not pretend to be comprehensive in any way. The first session, on Sept 30, 11:30-3:15 CST, will start with a smudge led by Donna Naughton of Kateri Native Ministry in Ottawa.

Session 1; Unpacking Histories: Reflecting on the relations of Indigenous Peoples and Jesuits in what we currently call the U.S. and Canada

Unpacking Histories: Reflecting on the relations of Indigenous Peoples and Jesuits in what we currently call the U.S. and Canada will bring together Indigenous leaders and Jesuit partners as we reflect on the complex history between Jesuits and and Indigenous Peoples. There is no one version of this history that is full of brokenness and beauty, so we will look at many angles.

Save the dates for:

Session 2: Thursday, Dec 2:  The History of Jesuit Boarding Schools 6pm-7:30pm CST
Session 3: Thursday, January 20: The Impact of Indigenous Sacred Wisdom and Beauty on the Jesuit Tradition. 6pm-7:30pm CST
Session 4: Thursday, March 17: Truth and Healing Work and Legislation 6pm-7:30pm CST

Our Pastors

Welcome to the community of St. Ignatius Parish. Please join our family as we “Seek HIM in all things, people, circumstances and places.”

“Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam.” Ignatius of Loyola

Our Ministries

Our many ministries work within the Parish and in the broader community, providing opportunities for members to strengthen their relationship with Christ, gain education in faith and serve those in need.


"The Sacraments are the manifestation of the Father’s tenderness and love towards each of us.”

— Pope Francis