We’re a vibrant parish located near uptown Waterloo, Ontario. You’ll find our community is warm, inclusive, and always thrilled to welcome newcomers and visitors.


Stay at home order in effect
From April 19, for at least four weeks the churches are closed. Fr. Phil will celebrate in private the masses for intentions requested.


Bishop Crosby’s dispensation from obligation to attend Sunday Mass: here


Parish office closed until May 20th, 2021.
Emails checked daily – working from home.
Letter from Bishop Douglas Crosby on Conscience rights in ontario
Pope Francis has established that
from December 8th 2020 to December 8th 2021,
a special Year of St. Joseph will be celebrated.
For links to Apostolic Letter Patris Corde and other information and prayers go to Year of St. Joseph tab.

Bulletins are published regularly on-line.
To reach the bulletins go to “News” on the menu bar and select “Bulletins” from the drop-down menu, or click here.


Children’s weekly bulletins: Click here to reach it.
Virtual Sunday School every Sunday
with Kelly at 10:30 AM.
Contact the office for more information.


One Heart One Soul Fundraising campaign

for St. Louis Parish

Click here for the link to our parish page on the campaign website


Pickle ball is cancelled – Gym is closed at this time.


Waterloo Knights of Columbus – Phone ahead as there may be changes


CALL DEREK AT 226-748-8378 BY 4:30 P.M.     PICK UP TIMES: 4:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

1 PC $15.00, 2 PC $18:00 – TAXES INCL.



PICK UP TIMES: 4:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.



Links to Masses, Readings and Reflections:


Here is the link to the Diocese of Hamilton website with latest updates and special prayers.

Click here for the prayer composed by Pope Francis for the current pandemic.

Here is the link to Daily Mass page of the Archdiocese of Toronto.

Here is the link to Daily Mass Readings (using New American Bible translation).

Here is the link to Daily Office (Liturgy of the Hours) and also to Daily Mass Readings

Here is the link to Reflections on the Daily Readings from Creighton University (Jesuit) and here for the Daily Reflections from USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops).

Masses are also televised on Salt and Light TV Channel:

                Daily Masses at 6:30 AM, 11 AM, 3 PM and 10:30 PM and

                Sunday Masses at 6:30 AM, 11 AM, 3 PM  and 10:30 PM.

In addition every day Masses are celebrated by Pope Francis at 9:30 AM

at Casa Santa Marta in Rome.

Meet our pastoral team!

Time for Eucharist and sacraments are listed on the right side of the home page. Links to our main topics of information are provided at the top menu. You can also browse recent parish bulletins for more information about what is going on in our parish.

The news link will provide you with major parish news and events. For a quick overview, have a look at our calendar. We try very hard to keep this information updated on a weekly basis. Eucharist intentions and schedules for Altar Servers, Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, etc. are not available at this moment; you must pick up your schedules at the back of the Church.

Take time to explore our site. We have many opportunities for you to get involved, either as a provider or recipient of sacraments. Check the parish enrichment for an overview of our current programs. Each will list specific committees, activities, and contact persons (in case you have questions, feedback, or a desire to volunteer).

The resources, as well as the get faith formation, will continue to grow throughout the lifetime of this site — so keep your eye on the changing contents. The resources will have links pointing to valuable sources of Catholic information and news, including the Diocese, Catholic Bishops’ Conferences, and the Vatican. There are also links to specialized sites, Catholic newspapers, and selected Universities.

Faith formation focuses on numerous opportunities for you to grow in your spiritual life.

Because we have such a diverse community, we also focus heavy on outreach.

Feel free to direct any questions to the parish office.

Travelling? Click here to go to a Canada Mass Times website.