Upon arrival in Toronto, Father Venette was in residence at Holy Cross parish where the Mass was celebrated daily and on High Holy Days. Following the situation in September over Canadian Martyrs, Father was moved to St. Brigid's where the daily Mass schedule changed from week to week and the High Holy Day liturgies were split between St. Brigid's and St. Theresa's Parish. That Father was, "in residence" at St. Brigid's parish, was noticeably absent from the parish bulletin and a phone number, separate from the parish was recently necessary.
According to officials from Una Voce Toronto, Archbishop Collins had indicated that he desired no less than "five" Extraordinary Form Masses throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto every Sunday. As for daily Mass, it is unknown how those in the east end, many of them seniors, will fare now that the Fraternity is leaving and not providing daily Mass.
The recessional hymn at Mass was appropriately, Take Up Your Cross.