The Parishioners of Corpus Christi, Toronto

Daily Mass (Tues-Fri): 9 am • Saturday (Vigil): 5 pm • Sunday: 9:30 am and 11 am

Wheelchair Access

The wheelchair ramp is located at the northwest door to the church and is accessible via the rectory driveway behind the church. The ramp leads to a stairlift with access to the Church proper, the Joe Spadolla Room (which now houses the Catechesis of The Good Shepherd Atrium) and the Parish Hall.

Please do not park in the driveway. This area is to be used for drop-offs only and vehicles must be moved to the Handicapped areas in the parking lot after.

Please note that the previous exterior ramp at the north entrance on Lockwood Road has been removed.

Using the built-in accessibility features in your browser

In your Google Chrome browser

Magnifying your screen

This feature will increase and decrease the size of text and images on the screen for better visibility.

  1. Press and hold down the CTRL key on your keyboard.
  2. At the same time as holding the CTRL key:
    • press the + key to increase the size of the text and images or
    • press the ‘-‘ key to decrease the size of the text and images.
  3. Keep repeating Step 2 until you reach the desired size. You can return to the standard size by pressing CTRL + ‘0’.    

Choose colours used on web pages 

Changing the colour of your background, links cannot be achieved unless you download an extension for Google Chrome.

  1. To install the Change Color extension, either visit the Google Chrome Extensions (link is external) website using Google Chrome and search for the extension named Change Colors or go directly to the Change Color extension(link is external).
  2. Click on the install button to install the Change Color extension.
  3. Once installed, you will see the Change Colors icon at end of URL field.
  4. Right-click on the icon and select Options to change background colour, text colour, links colour and visited links colour.
  5. Once your options have been set, you can click on the icon to apply/remove your colour options.

Choose the font style and size used on web pages

  1. Select the Tools menu (Shortcut: ALT + F).
  2. Select Options (Shortcut: O).
  3. Select the Under the Hood tab.
  4. In the web Content section, click Change fonts and language settings.
  5. Select the Fonts and Encoding tab and select the font settings you want to use.

Keyboard shortcuts

Click the link to visit Google's up-to-date list of shortcuts for Google Chrome.


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In your Safari browser:

Magnifying your screen

This feature will increase and decrease the size of text and images on the screen for better visibility.

  1. Press and hold down the COMMAND key on your keyboard.
  2. At the same time as holding the COMMAND key:
    • press the + key to increase the size of the text and images or
    • press the ‘-‘ key to decrease the size of the text and images.
  3. Keep repeating Step 2 until you reach the desired size.

Choose colours and fonts used on web pages

To change the type, size and colour of your font and the background colour:

  1. Select the Safari menu, the select Preferences.
  2. Select Appearance, which is the second option on the right.
  3. Under Standard font, select the Select button. Choose your desired font type, size and colour.
  4. Click OK on the Preferences screen.

To set the minimum font size for all web pages:

  1. Select the Safari menu, then select Preferences.
  2. Select Advanced, which is the far right menu item.
  3. Under Universal Access, find Never use font sizes smaller than and select your chosen font size from the drop-down menu.
  4. Click OK on the Preferences screen.

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To learn how to use the built-in accessibility features in your IE browser visit this Microsoft link.

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Archdiocesan statement of Commitment (from the Archdiocese of Toronto website):

The Archdiocese of Toronto and its associated parishes are committed to providing a welcoming, accessible, and inclusive environment for all of its parishioners, visitors, volunteers, and employees. We work to ensure that the standards of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) 2005 are conscientiously observed and all of our parishes provide a welcoming and equal opportunity for worship.

Our family of faith works to assure that all persons within our community are aware of their responsibilities to foster an accessible and inclusive environment for persons with disabilities. Our belief, that encouraging an atmosphere that respects the worth, dignity and independence of all people as children of God, creates an accessible, inclusive and welcoming environment for worship.

To ensure greater awareness and responsiveness to the needs of a person with disabilities, the Archdiocese will provide training for clergy, staff and volunteers who provide pastoral care or service to parishioners or members of the parish.

You can read more about Archdiocese-wide accessibility at: https://www.archtoronto.org/about-us/safe-environment/accessibility

Last updated by Corpus Christi Web Admin Oct 30, 2016.

PASTOR

Rev. Prasanth George Varambinakathu, CMI

Members

About this site:

This public home page lists timings, contact details, announcements and parish groups/ministries - all visible without membership in this volunteer-run, independent, community site.

Parishioners wishing to avail of the additional content on this site may also apply to become members of this online community. Members are able to interact with each other and with ministries in a supportive environment. Membership is free. To join, please complete the  online registration process.

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New parishioners, please be aware that registering as a member of this parishioner-run community site is not the same thing as parishioner registration - we ask that new parishioners formally register themselves by calling or visiting the office.

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For Terms and the Code of Conduct governing the use of this site, click here.

Effective May 28th 2016, this independent site has continued in its role as the parish community website run by and for parishioners on a volunteer basis. The Archdiocese of Toronto hosts the official parish site.

As a community site, this site is intended to serve the parish community in a way that complements the Archdiocesan site and not to replace it or compete with it.

We encourage you to use the official Archdiocesan site for the services it proffers. You will find it at corpuschristito.archtoronto.org

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