Saint Mary's Church is a Roman Catholic Parish of the Diocese of Peterborough, in Ontario, Canada.
It was founded in the late 1800's and the present building was erected in 1900 when the previous building underwent a fire during the night of Christmas Eve to Christmas Morning, in December 1899.
This present structure, as it stands was built in only eleven months, for the price, at the time, of $22,000.
FATHER WILLIAM MOLONEY
Born in Peterborough in 1957 on the feast of St. Peter + St. Paul.
Grew up on a beef farm in Douro which is now a century farm after 3 generations.
Parents were Tim Moloney of Douro + Dorothy Crough of Ennismore
Five siblings: Janet, Randy, Colleen, Clair + Tim.
Twelve nieces and nephews.
One great niece and one great nephew with another on the way. “t.b.a.”
Attended St. Francis de Sales Elementary School in Donwood.
Graduated from St. Peter’s High School.
Entered St. Peter’s Seminary in 1976.
Ordained to the priesthood May 27, 1983.
Assigned as the assistant priest in St. Michael’s Parish, Cobourg.
Sent to teacher’s college September 85.
Taught mathematics at St. Stephen’s Secondary, Bowmanville from 1986-1997.
Taught mathematics at St. Peter’s Secondary, Peterborough from 1997-2003.
Assigned as pastor to St. Joseph’s Parish, Bracebridge from 2003 to 2008.
Assigned as pastor to St. Anne’s Parish, Peterborugh from 2008 to 2014.
Assigned at pastor to Immaculate Conception Parish from 2014 to 2020.
Attended the World Youth Conference Medjugorje, Yugoslavia, 1991.
Attended the CIDD Centre in Cuernanvaca, Mexico for the Peterborough, Victoria, Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board 1992.
With a lay couple coordinated Days in the Diocese for World Youth Day 2002.
Chaplain on three pilgrimages to the Holy Land.
Moose and deer hunting
Maple Leaf Believer