Christ the King Rally - 2017

Guest Speaker
Deacon Lary Oney
Hope and Purpose Ministries - Diocese of New Orleans

Mass Presider
Bishop Robert Kazun, CSB
Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Toronto

For Ticket information and more details:
Pualine Susanto: 647-669-7524
Mary Cruz: 647-887-5517

TTC Information:

3 minute walk from the nearest Bus Stops at Wynford Rd. / Gervais Dr. S. Take Bus Number 100 from either Broadview / Danforth Subway or Eglinton Ave/Yonge Subway. Morning Every 30 mins. Evening Buses Every 10 mins. Bus Travel Time 25 mins. Alternatively take a Don Mills Bus to Wynford/Don Mills

Note: Eglinton Ave - Bus do not stop at Eglinton /Gervais

Driving Directions:

Southbound Don Valley Pkwy. Exit at Wynford Drive
Northbound Don Valley Pkwy. Exit at either Don Mills or Eglinton Ave.
Note: There is no left hand turn off Eglinton Ave. on to Gervais Dr.

Meals would be available for purchase on a first-come-basis only.
Parking is FREE

Hello Brothers & Sisters in Christ,

For more information call 416-466-0776 or by email:
We are all very excited about the Christ the King Rally. We humbly ask for your prayer support that God will bring together delegates from all across Canada and the US. Please also pray for the labourers in the vineyard as we continue to experience the attack of the evil one. But we all KNOW FOR SURE that our God is an AWESOME GOD who reigns in heaven and earth. Toronto is going to the hub of evangelization.
Be ambassador for the Gospel, bring along family member and friends.

Speakers - Christ the King - 2017

Sponsored by the Catholic Charimatic Renewal Council.

Deacon Lary Oney

Deacon Larry Oney, a permanent deacon for the Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans serves at Divine Mercy Parish in Kenner, Louisiana. Deacon Oney is the Chairman of HGI Global - a third party administration and project management firm.

Most Reverend Robert Kasun, CSB

Robert Kasun was born on December 20, 1951 and raised in Cudworth, Saskatchewan, in the former Benedictine Abbacy of Muenster. After high school he attended St. Thomas More College in Saskatoon, where he met the Basilian Fathers, the religious congregation he joined after graduating with a Bachelor's degree in English. Following his novitiate he continued his studies, earning a Master of Divinity from the University of St. Michael's College in Toronto, and then Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Education from the University of Toronto.