MyParish App offers parish, diocesan, and global information

to keep you connected during this time of isolation.

Download the Diocese of Antigonish App here (works for Apple and Android phones and tablets)



Features include:

Messages from the diocese and subscribing parishes
Daily Mass Readings
 including a Coronovirus Novena Prayer
CTV Mass button, to view recorded episodes of Mass for Shut-Ins
Giving link to donate to our parishes in this time of isolation
Rosary button for audio daily prayer

and more

The app is free for anyone to download and use

Subscribing parishes pay a monthly fee for a customized dashboard and information

For Parish Administrators: 

To learn more about MyParish App and submit the SignUp form:

Special Resources for Communicating in this time of Covid-19:

For Questions/Tech Support:
Contact MyParishApp 1-800-994-9817
or visit the Admin Resource Centre:


Diocesan contact Jennifer Hatt, Communications Officer


Who has subscribed?

Diocese of Antigonish

Our Lady of Grace Monastery

St. Ninian Cathedral

Cape Breton University Chaplaincy

St. FX Chaplaincy

St. John the Baptist, New Glasgow

Our Lady of Lourdes, Stellarton

St. Joseph, Port Hawkesbury

Margaree Family of Catholic Churches

Holy Family, Sydney Mines

St. Joseph, North Sydney

Our Lady of Fatima, Sydney River

St. Theresa, Sydney

St. Marguerite Bourgeoys, Sydney


How can MyParish App be of use to your parish?

1. It keeps parishioners connected via technology they use every day.

2. It enables parishioners from away to keep in touch, including family of home parishioners and seasonal residents.

3. It enables your parish to be found by visitors, those new to the area, or those rediscovering their faith. As a subscriber, your parish information is available to anyone in North America using MyParish App.

In summary, the app can expand our pastoral ministry beyond the physical boundaries of our parishes and help our broader parish families keep in touch with their faith and faith community.

Questions? Contact our Communications Officer, Jennifer Hatt,