Corpus Christi Parish – In The Beach Triangle Neighbourhood

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Corpus Christi Parish is located at 1810 Queen St E (at Lockwood Rd on the northwest corner) in The Beach Triangle neighbourhood of Toronto.

Built in 1926/27, architect John Gibb Morton designed the Catholic church in the Romanesque Revival style. Made from Credit Valley stone, the church is in the form of a cross. When it was constructed, the church sat 900 parishioners, with the church and rectory costing approximately $200,000.

Corpus Christi Parish received heritage status from the City of Toronto in 1973.

Corpus Christi Parish Photos

2021 – Looking northwest from Queen St E towards Corpus Christi Parish at 1810 Queen St E and Lockwood Rd in The Beach Triangle neighbourhood of Toronto
2021 – Looking northwest from Queen St E towards Corpus Christi Parish at 1810 Queen St E and Lockwood Rd in The Beach Triangle neighbourhood of Toronto
1927 - Corpus Christi Church at 1810 Queen St E in The Beach Triangle neighbourhood. The church was designed by architect John Gibb Morton in the Romanesque Revival style
1927 – Corpus Christi Church at 1810 Queen St E in The Beach Triangle neighbourhood. The church was designed by architect John Gibb Morton in the Romanesque Revival style (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1266, Item 10364)
2021 - Looking north toward the main façade of Corpus Christi Church on the northwest corner of Queen St E and Lockwood Rd. The church was built in 1926/27 and is made from Credit Valley stone
2021 – Looking north toward the main façade of Corpus Christi Church on the northwest corner of Queen St E and Lockwood Rd. The church was built in 1926/27 and is made from Credit Valley stone
2022 - Corpus Christi Church on the northwest corner of Queen St E and Lockwood Rd
2022 – Corpus Christi Church on the northwest corner of Queen St E and Lockwood Rd
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