St. Mary of the Visitation Parish

16 Cooper Street,
Cambridge (Hespeler), Ontario   N3C 2N2
Tel: 519.658.4443 Fax: 519.658.6783


Saturday 5:00pm, Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:30am
Weekday Mass Schedule: Please consult Bulletin.
Children's Ministry: at 9:30 & 11:30a.m. Mass.
Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00-4:30pm


ďThank you, every woman, for the simple fact of being a woman! Through the insight which is so much a part of your womanhood you enrich the worldís understanding and help to make human relations more honest and authentic.Ē (St John Paul II - Letter to Women #2)

Ladies Day

Saturday, November 24, 2018

9:00am - Noon

Lisa Canning

"Blueprints for a Beautiful Life"

Spend the day resting, reflecting and rejuvenating yourself. Morning will include light breakfast, coffee/tea break and an inspirational morning. Watch for registration soon. Donít Miss this Event!


Ladies Small Groups


Embracing Motherhood

Take some much needed time for yourself and enjoy an evening spent with other moms of our parish as we learn, pray, share, and laugh together. Join us as we gather on Tuesday evenings, 7:30-9:00pm in St Mary's Parish Centre. All moms are welcome! There is a place for you!

  Sign up today

For more information contact the Parish Office 

Souls Sisters

Thursday Evenings from 7:00-8:30p.m.

St Mary's Parish Centre

An informal gathering of ladies exploring and growing in faith together. It is a social time, but a spiritual time also of sustaining each other and growing a vibrant spiritual life. Join us . New Members always welcome.

Come Treat yourself and become a Soul Sister!

Sign up by Contacting the Parish Office 

Come, bring a friend, have some Mom time!

Check out Details on our Sports Nights 


Did you know that ... our CWL Council was founded on March 27th 1957.



All ladies are invited to the CWL Meeting which will take place on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 

Mass at 7:00pm

Gathering begins at 7:30pm



Are you looking for a project? 

Are you looking for a project? Vests and toques help to prevent pneumonia in Third World babies and toddlers, and doctors treating children in poor or war-torn countries ask for teddy bears because children who have teddies to cuddle get better quicker than those who donít. Patterns for these knitted and crocheted items are available in the lower level of the church. The patterns are simple, and there is also an abundant supply of donated yarn and wool. Everything is stored in the cupboards just down the stairs from the Chapel - and new volunteers are always welcome!

Diocesan Council of Catholic Women's League