Looking for meaning in your life? Ignite your spiritual life and build God’s love into your daily life, at home, work, school or play, through prayer, service and fellowship in the Saint Edmund of Canterbury Catholic community. We offer faith formation to people of all generations, all Catholics, including the unbaptized and those seeking their sacramental initiation, as well as Christians from other denominations. All are welcome.

Please see all faith formation opportunities below & contact us if you have any questions.


Faith Formation during elementary school, preparation and celebration of the sacraments, and service projects. Includes KidCAFEs, family CAFEs and adult CAFEs to receive formation, build our community and connect our spirituality with our daily life.

Youth (12-17)

We provide ongoing faith education after Confirmation, participation in diocesan activities and events to create connections between our youth and other young Catholics who share the same ideal.

Young Adults (18-35)

extends faith education extends to help young adults find Christ in daily activities: family life, school, work, volunteering and leisure, in order to make the world a better place.


The sacraments are an important part of our faith. We’d be honoured to journey with you as you prepare to receive the sacraments. For more information, click on the button below.

Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus are a lay Catholic fraternal service organization committed to charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.

Listening to Indigenous Voices

A forum to engage people in a deeper dialogue and seek meaningful ways to work for right relationships and justice for the Indigenous Peoples of Canada.

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)

RCIA seeks to address the faith development needs of:

  1. Unbaptized adults who desire to become members of the Church through baptism;
  2. Adults of other Christian denominations who desire to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church;
  3. Baptized adult Catholics who seek to complete their sacramental initiation through the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist;
  4. Adult Catholics seeking a deeper knowledge of the basic tenets and practices of the Catholic faith.