Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish is located at 78 Clifton Rd (at St Clair Ave E on the northwest corner) in the Moore Park neighbourhood of Toronto.

Built in 1929/30 at the cost of $154,952, architect J Gibb Morton designed the church in the Neo-Romanesque style with Byzantine elements. The church is clad with Credit Valley variegated course stone and features a 40 m or 130 ft tall campanile. The first mass was held on June 15, 1930.

Father Francis J. Morrissey, Second Pastor, played a significant part in the initiative to build Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Photos

2021 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church is located at 78 Clifton Rd and St Clair Ave E on the northwest corner in the Moore Park neighbourhood
2021 – Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church is located at 78 Clifton Rd and St Clair Ave E on the northwest corner in the Moore Park neighbourhood
1930 - Near completion of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 78 Clifton Rd
1930 – Near completion of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 78 Clifton Rd (Toronto Public Library TSPA_0111078F)
2021 - Looking northwest towards Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at Clifton Rd and St Clair Ave E
2021 – Looking northwest towards Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at Clifton Rd and St Clair Ave E
1972 - The east facade of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 78 Clifton Rd and St Clair Ave E
1972 – The east facade of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 78 Clifton Rd and St Clair Ave E (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1526, File 62, Item 141)
1950 - The main entrance and campanile of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church
1950 – The main entrance and campanile of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1128, Series 380, Item 96)
2021 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church is clad with Credit Valley variegated course stone and features a 40 m or 130 ft tall campanile
2021 – Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church is clad with Credit Valley variegated course stone and features a 40 m or 130 ft tall campanile

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