St. Clement's Parish
St. Clements

N0B 2M0

Who we are

The St. Clement's Parish Community includes three local Parish Communities located within a fifteen minute drive from St. Clements, Ontario. Regular Saturday and Sunday Weekly Masses occur at the St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, while Mass schedules for St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church by Macton and St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church by Linwood, alternate depending on the time of year.

About St. Clement

St. Clement's Church was appropriately named in 1852 after the great Pope and martyr, St. Clement. Clement is a Latin name meaning "he who is mild in temper and disposition; gentle, kind, tender, modest." St. Clement, according to tradition, was ordained by St. Peter himself. He is Peter's third successor, the fourth Pope. He occupied the Sea of Rome during the last ten years of the First Century.

​St. Clement, a Roman, was well educated. His literary training had been outstanding.

He was martyred, although not in Rome. This is all that is proven of Clement's death. It is believed that St. Clement was exiled by the Emperor Trajan to the Chersonese, modern Crimea. There the holy Pope worked with such zeal, among the prisoners, labouring in the mines, that he was condemned to death. He was thrown into the sea with an anchor tied around his neck.

​The feast of St. Clement is celebrated on November 23.

Location of worship

St. Clement's Parish
3619 Lobsinger Line
St. Clements, ON N0B 2M0
Phone: 519 699 4425
Fax: 519 699 5156
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Church Pastor

Rev. J. Martin Mikulski, S.A.C.
Rev. J. Martin Mikulski, S.A.C.
3619 Lobsinger Line
St. Clements, ON N0B 2M0
Phone: 519 699 4425
Fax: 519 699 5156
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Psalms 103:1

Bless the LORD, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name.





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Mrs. Donna Vollmer   Edit
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P.O.Box 190
St. Clements, ON
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St. Clement's Parish Sunday Mass Times


Every Saturday in St. Clements at 5:00 pm

Every Sunday in St. Clements at 9:00 am

Every Sunday in Linwood at 11:00 am


Please see Weekly Bulletin (as posted on website) for weekday Mass schedule.


Every Sunday mass in St. Clements from September to June



Passion (Palm) Sunday - Holy Mass with Palm's Blessing
Sat., April 13th at 5:00 p.m., Sun., April 14th at 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. (Linwood)

Holy Thursday - Mass of the Lord's Supper with washing of the feet
Thursday, April 18th at 7:00 p.m. (St. Clements)
After Mass Adoration and possibility for Confessions until 11:00 p.m. (At 11:00 p.m. will be Stations of the Cross)

Good Friday - Celebration of the Passion of the Lord
Friday, April 19th at 11:00 a.m. (Linwood) and 3:00 p.m. (St. Clements)

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Children’s Liturgy

Enables children (Grade 2 and younger) to hear and discuss the Gospel at their own level.This program is offered at the 9:00 a.m. Sunday Mass. Children begin Mass in the church and are led down to the hall for their lesson and return at Offertory. To assist (good opprotunity for volunteer hours) or for more information call Sharon at 519.699.4032.   Edit
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St. Clements Christian Mother's

The St. Clements Christian Mother's welcome all women of the community to join us in our celebration of friendship and faith. We are a charitable organization that supports local Parish events and activities including the Church Picnic, Pancake Breakfast and the Annual Card Party. We also enjoy group activities including Christmas Craft Events and always appreciate new ideas.

​Knights of Columbus Round Table at St. Clement’s Parish

We are Catholic men of faith and men of charitable action. All the good works we do are informed by our four core principles: Charity, Fraternity, Unity and Patriotism.

The Knights of Columbus vigorously defend the dignity of each human being at every stage of life.

If you're ready to help contribute to the Parish community, working together as Catholic Gentlemen, please join us.

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History of St. Clement's Parish St. Clements ON

The first Catholic settler were Blasius and William Beysang, who settled slightly west of Heidelberg - both of whom were included in the early 1830's. Mass was celebrated in Blasius' home and instructions were given in religion and education for a few years.

Many of the first settlers had emigrated from Alsace-Lorraine, Germany and Bavaria. The majority of the early settlers were Catholics. Adolph Schickler is considered the first to have settled in St. Clement's Village. In the early days, St. Clements was known as "King's Bush". "King" referred to King William V of England, who reigned from 1830 - 1837. The name became "Queen's Bush" in 1837, when Queen Victoria ascended to the throne. "Bush" indicated the state of the land.

​Joh Stroh, First Postmaster, Justice of the Peace and tavern owner, who was a supportive friend of the priests, often received letters written to him by bishops and priests, on matters dealing with the events of the church up until 1852, when Father Columban Messner became the first resident priest.

Adam Koebel, along with three of his brothers, amid poverty, hunger and unemployment, left Alsace-Lorraine in the 1830's. Adam arrived in St. Clements around 1837. He was later sent to confer with the Bishop of Toronto, in regards to securing land for an appropriate church location. Mr. Koebel was unanimously chosen to represent the people of St. Clements because he was able to speak English most fluently. Mr. Koebel walked to and from Toronto on this important mission. It took him two weeks to reach his destination. The deed for this land, which was approximately six acres, was not obtained from the Crown until 1853. The price paid for the land was 5 pounds and 5 shillings. In those days a pound was worth approximately $4.00, therefore, the cost of the land was slightly more than $20.00.   Edit

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