Welcome to the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Website
We are a vibrant community of strong faith which welcomes, worships, works and celebrates life together in Jesus Christ. From our beginnings in 1958, to the present, OLPH has been blessed with wonderful leaders, with vision and tremendous dedication, and also with an active compassionate parish family of now over 14,000 strong.
OLPH is located in Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada and has much to offer. We welcome your inquiries and hope you will join us.
- You are encouraged to explore the many groups and communities available within the parish of OLPH. http://www.olph.ca/2017/02/22/2016-parish-stewardship-report/
- Do you prefer to connect with a member of our pastoral team?
You will find all Contact Information to telephone, fax, e-mail, or write to them.
We also serve St Francis of Assisi Parish in Tofield, AB
5523 50th St, Tofield, AB T0B 4J0
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A Roman Catholic Christian community. We come together at our Lord’s invitation to worship God, celebrate the sacraments, and deepen our faith.
We strive to be thankful, generous and welcoming, and are sent fort to help advance God’s Kingdom on earth by proclaiming the Gospel and serving others.
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe
PLEASE NOTE: Beginning Sunday, December 2 there will be a Mass at 12:30pm
All Glory! Our beautiful new crucifix has arrived and is installed…praise be to God!
OLPH Parish extends a warm welcome to Father Sathia and Father Jojo. Father Sathia and Father Jojo join our parish community from India. Some of you may have noticed the letters behind the priests’ name. What do those mean? Those letters indicate the order that our priests belong to. Our diocesan priests, like Father Jim, do not have these letters.
Father Sathia belongs to the Salesian order as indicated by the letters SDB following his name. Father Jojo belongs to the Pallotine order as indicated by the letters SAC following his name.
If you would like to learn more about these orders please click on the link below.
Abuse in the Church-a Pastoral Response
Please click on the link below to see the guidelines put forth by the Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops on Thursday, October 4th, 2018
Please click on the link below to see the Catholic Bishops of Alberta response to the child sex abuse scandal in the United States.
Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide: The Catholic View
Thank you to everyone (approximately 500 parishioners and visitors) who attended the evening on Monday, April 30. A special thank you to our panel of Father Jim, Sister Zoe and Father Eamon for answering many questions and providing additional information for thought. Thank you as well to everyone who provided baking for the hospitality afterwards – how generous you were and how plentiful was the feast! God bless you all.
Many people asked how they could view the documentary The Euthanasia Deception. It can be rented or purchased at
The producers of The Euthanasia Deception, the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, are releasing a new film on May 8 called Fatal Flaws. To watch the trailer or pre-order copies of the video, go to: https://fatalflawsfilm.com/. This is another very powerful film about the impact of assisted suicide laws on society.
More information is also available through the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition @ www.epcc.ca