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    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3313.JPG Resurrection of Jesus
    /slideshows/homeLarge/20170401_163756%202.jpg Icon painting workshop for youth The theological elements we focus on are: icon as God's heavenly window, the Imago Dei or image of God, and the colours of Christ.
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_20170410_070712_884.jpg Icon painting workshop for youth Works from the participants
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3325.JPG First Communion Preparation
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3296.JPG "Then Jesus went with them to a place called Gethsemane, and he said to his disciples, 'Sit here, while I go yonder and pray."
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3295.JPG Artist: Gerald Trottier (1925-2004)
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3312.JPG Christ's stay in the tomb constitutes the real link between his passible state before Easter and his glorious and risen state today.
    /slideshows/homeLarge/20160612_123950.jpg St. Basil's Vibrant Parish Community A Parish Breakfast
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3528.JPG Children's Liturgy Sunday Mass, 9:00 AM
    /slideshows/homeLarge/St.Basils%20Poster%20WEB%20VERSION%20SLIDE.jpg National Capital Concert Band and Tzietel Abrego: Marvelous! Concert For Renovation Campaign a Success! St. Basil's Church: A Perfect Venue to Feature Wonderful Music!
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_3262.JPG Father John Ruth, CSB, (1914 – 1998)  First Pastor from 1958 to 1964 and from 1970  to 1979. He then semi-retired and stayed on at St. Basil’s as the assistant pastor.  A few years later, he moved to the next stage of his outstanding career by becoming a missionary in Dominica. An exceptional pastor.
    /slideshows/homeLarge/20170401_164015.jpg St. Basil's Parish Church Architectural Drawing The circle represents eternity and is a constant reminder of Creation and Resurrection.
    /slideshows/homeLarge/morningmass.jpg Welcome to St. Basil's Parish Ottawa's Round Church that builds Community.