Today Mass is celebrated in 15 different languages, including French, Spanish, Polish, Chinese, Croatian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Italian, German, Hungarian, Korean, Eritrean, Latin and American Sign Language.
There have also been parish closures, prompted by shifting demographics and a decreasing supply of priests. In 1996 Archbishop Joseph MacNeil recognized the need for a restructuring of the Archdiocese and established the Transformation of Parishes Task Group (ToPs) to recommend a way forward that would streamline the number of parishes while ensuring that no-one would be denied access to Sunday Mass and the sacraments. After two years of extensive and sometimes painful consultations, a pastoral plan titled Faithful into the Future was released. As of November 30, 2012, the Archdiocese included 126 parishes and missions, serving a Catholic population of over 375,000.