Oblate Fathers Of Assumption Province

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71 Indian Trail


The Oblate Fathers Of Assumption Province Are A Religious Order Of Priests And Brothers Who Have Taken A Vow Of Poverty, Whose Members Are Involved In The Promotion And Advancement Of Religion Through Pastoral Ministries And Care Of The Faithful, Relief Of Poverty, Education And Provision Of Services To Those In Need. They Are Known Throughout The World As The Missionary Oblates Of Mary Immaculate. Pastoral Services Are Provided In Churches, Renewal Centre, Hospitals And Senior Citizen Homes In Vancouver, Edmonton, Lestock, Melville, Sturgis, Winnipeg, East Selkirk, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Ottawa, Welland, St. Catharines, Wilno, Round Lake, Barry’S Bay And Courtice. Through This Work The Oblate Fathers Of Assumption Province Are Able To Support Missionaries Of The Religious Order In Africa, Asia And Other Third World Countries. Support Is Also Provided To The Oblate Seminary For The Education Of Men To The Priesthood.

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Headquarters: 71 Indian Trail
Neighbourhood: Parkdale
Number of employees: $5
Full-time employees: $4
Part-time employees: $1
Registered: 1977-01-01
CRA business registration number (BN): 106680366RR0001

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