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From Our Bishop Most Rev. Ronald Peter Fabbro, C.S.B. 

The office of Bishop Fabbro is located at the Diocesan Centre in London, Ontario. 

January 4th, 2022 Covid-19 Update

22 December 2021  
Office of the Bishop of London
I am pleased to announce the following pastoral appointments and changes which will take effect 3 July 2022, unless otherwise noted.
Rev. Christopher J. Bourdeau has been appointed Pastor of the new Family of Parishes comprising St. Francis of Assisi-St. Martin of Tours, London, St. Justin, London, St. Leopold Mandic, London. Rev. Mario Cabal, S.J. and Rev. Jozo Grubisic, OFM have been appointed Associate Pastors of this Family.
I thank the members of the Priest Personnel Board and offer our prayers and support to our priests, parish teams and parish families who will be affected by these pastoral changes. May God continue to bless our ministry to the people of our Diocese.

  • 2021 Christmas Message

  • September 27, 2021 Bishop Fabbro issued his personal Apology to the Indigenous Peoples of this Land today and committed the Diocese of London to five actions to help advance healing and reconciliation. You can read the full apology and five actions below and it is posted on the diocesan website at this link

  • July 2, 2021 A Message from Bishop Fabbro about Residential Schools and Relations with Canada's Indigenous People.

  • June 8, 2021 Letter to the faithful 

  • An announcement from Bishop Fabbro regarding pastoral appointments and changes which will take effect on July 5, 2021 at this link.

  •  An announcement from Bishop Fabbro regarding the names of the Families of Parishes that will be activated on July 5, 2021 at this link.

  • Bishop Fabbro's Statement on the Tragic Discovery at the Former Kamloops Residential School

  • Laudato Si’ Action Platform On May 25, Pope Francis announced the new Laudato Si’ Action Platform that “will be launched in stages throughout 2021 and 2022. At its completion, the platform will comprise three elements: Laudato Si’ Plans to map your journey, practical guidance on ways to take action, and resources to develop trusted communities of practice.” The platform “is a space for institutions, communities, and families to learn and grow together. You are warmly invited to join this community. Your unique ‘culture, experience, involvements, and talents’ are needed on our journey towards greater love for our Creator, each other, and the home we share.” You can visit the website and watch Pope Francis’ video message at this link.

  • Bishop Fabbro Celebrates a Special Mass On May 25,Bishop Fabbro celebrated a Mass for the intentions of “all who are suffering during the pandemic” as an opportunity to be united in prayer across the Diocese and the globe. You can watch the Mass on the St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica YouTube channel. You can also read Bishop Fabbro's letter to the faithful about joining with the pope to pray to the Blessed Mother at this link.