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Archbishop Leo Meets with Hispanic Priests of Toronto

Posted : Feb-21-2024

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The Most Reverend Francis Leo, Metropolitan Archbishop of Toronto recently met with the Hispanic Council of Priests that is composed of 14 parishes in which Mass is celebrated in the Spanish language throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto.

Hispanic Council of Priests meet with Archbishop Leo

For a list of parishes where Mass is currently offered in Spanish, please click here. We are fortunate to have Masses in Spanish in a number of parishes from each of the four regions of the Archdiocese: the Central Region; the Northern Region; the Eastern Region; and the Western Region.

The Archdiocese covers a geographic region of the Great Lakes area, which stretches from the shores of Lake Ontario north to Georgian Bay. In total, the area covers some 13,000 square kilometre‚Äčs, comprised of intensely urban and suburban regions and also small cities, towns and rural areas. The Archdiocese of Toronto includes the City of Toronto, the most populous metropolis in the country and the growing regional municipalities of Peel, York and Durham that surround the City. As the regional municipalities expand, the northern section of the Archdiocese, Simcoe County, is also experiencing notable suburban growth.

It is home to 2 million Catholics and 225 churches, with Mass celebrated in more than 30 languages each week.