After our big dump of snow on Wednesday, Thursday turned out to be sunny but very cold although I did manage to get out for a bit. This is St Cecilia's Catholic Church on Annette St which was built in 1911 and has just undergone a huge restoration with scaffolding up around the steeple for months on end. The Gothic Revival beauty was built in the Junction neighbourhood to serve a largely Irish congregation but over the years that has changed and it now serves a very large Vietnamese congregation as well as a cross section of Toronto's multi-cultural community.
Taking part in Inspired Sunday. Click here to see more religious buildings.