elevated d5XAP Visitation to be held on Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. at Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home, 211 Langstaff Road East

elevated d5XAP Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated in the Chapel of St. Joseph in the funeral home on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.

elevated d5XAP Inurnment to be held at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery

elevated d5XAP Reception with light refreshments will follow at Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home.

elevated d5XAP Beloved wife of the late Stephen (1983).  Loving mother of Stephen and his wife Nicole, Matthew and his wife Laurie, Theresa Kelly, Michael and his wife Jennifer.  Cherished grandmother of Frankie, Elizabeth, Reece, Ethan, Morgan, Madison, Sarah, Camden, Catherine, and Charlotte.  Dear sister of Thomas Manley and his wife Barbara, and the late Francis, William, Leslie and Hugh.  Dear sister-in-law of Barbara Manley, Francis Kelly, Edward and Rose Kelly and Kathy Kilmer.  Cherished aunt to many wonderful nieces and nephews.

elevated d5XAP Mom, Maama, Nana, Grammy, Moni, Aunt Mary Catherine, Aunt Cappy, , Mrs. Kelly, Mary Catherine Kelly, you will be missed!

elevated d5XAP Mary moved to Rhode Island in 1963 with her husband and family.  As a stay-at-home Mom, she was greatly involved in the Church, teaching CCD and singing in the choir at St. John Vianney Parish in Cumberland, Rhode Island and eventually worked as the Secretary until she returned to Toronto in 1984.

elevated d5XAP Mary was an avid tennis player and loved watching tennis on TV; enjoyed figure skating and teaching figure skating and always loved a good party and dancing!

elevated d5XAP Mary began her work with the Archdiocese of Toronto at the Chancery Office in the Office of Spiritual Affairs in the late 1980’s and then started at St. Augustine’s Seminary of Toronto in 1989 working as the faculty Secretary.  Mary retired in 2002.  She spent her retirement years visiting and living with her children and grandchildren and returned to the Toronto area (GTA) in 2012.  Mary was diagnosed with lung canceer in December 2019 and chose to remain at home with her daughter for her final days.  Mary went home to Our Lord on February 29, 2020.

elevated d5XAP Rest in Peace Mom – your battle is done and you have journeyed to your reward.  Thank you for everything, especially your love and all of the many gifts you shared with us.  Your sense of humour, your laugh and your smile are a part of us and will always live on.

elevated d5XAP Faith, hope and love and the greatest of these is love (1 Corinthians 13:13)

elevated d5XAP If so desired, in lieu of flowers, donations to Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation or Lakeridge Health Foundation would be appreciated by the family as your expression of sympathy.