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SCANNED -Regina Mundi Church February 19

Parish History

Regina Mundi Parish was established in 1959, but was officially opened in 1966. Mater Ecclesiae (Mother of the Church) is a title officially given to Mary during the Second Vatican Council by Pope Paul VI. Regina Mundi (Queen of the World) was the name that the Marion Fathers who founded our Parish gave to our faith community’s Church. 


We belong under the Diocese of Hamilton which was established in 1856, and is the second largest diocese in English speaking Canada, and serves the needs of more than 626,000 Roman Catholics throughout Southern Ontario.

We have a rich parish history and have celebrated many milestones. We have been blessed with a succession of pastors who have led our community to grow in faith and love for God, and each pastor has shaped our parish identity. Additionally, the building has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years, which reflects the needs of the growing community.

Pastors of Regina Mundi

Pastors of Regina Mundi

1959 - 1962

Rev. Hubert M. Pocock, S.M.M. 

1962 - 1966

Rev. Thomas J. Graham, S.M.M.

1966 - 1969

Rev. Thomas E. McCoy, S.M.M.

1969 - 1971

Rev. Alexander J. Kramer

1971 - 1979

Rev. Philip T. Sherrat

1979 - 1983

Rev. John V. Walsh

1983 - 1990

Rev. Ronald Morrelli

1990 - 1999

Rev. Robert Bulbrook

1999 - 2009

Rev. Wallace Metcalf

2009 - 2016

Rev. Charlie Jordan

2016 - 2017

Rev. Peter Ciallella

2017 - Present

Rev. Adam Voisin

Building Timeline

Building Timeline


Church & Rectory

Grand Opening


Shaw Organ Installed

Early 1980s

Renovations & Upgrades

Mid 1980s

Renovations & Upgrades

Late 1980s

Church & Rectory



Rectory & Roof



Parish Hall Renovation


Blessed Sacrament Chapel




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