Bulletin: 2022.01.22 – 2022.02.04

Bulletin: 2022.01.22 – 2022.02.04

CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST

Saturday, January 22nd and Sunday, January 23rd, 2022
3rd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

5:00 p.m.For the People of the Parish
9:00 a.m.For an End to the Pandemic
11:00 a.m.For All Those Who Have Died of COVID-19
Mon. Jan. 24thThe Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle
9:00 a.m.For the Poor & Homeless
Tues. Jan 25thSt. Timothy & St. Titus
9:00 a.m.For the Sick
Wed. Jan 26hFerial
7:00 p.m.NO MASS
Thur. Jan. 27thFerial
9:00 a.m.For an End to the Pandemic
Fri.  Jan 28thSt. Thomas Aquinas
9:00 a.m.For All Frontline Workers
Saturday, January 29th and Sunday, January 30th, 2022
4th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.For the Mental Health of Our Parishioners
9:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
11:00 a.m.For All Those Recovering from COVID-19
Mon. Jan. 31stSt. John Bosco
9:00 a.m.For All Frontline Workers
Tues. Feb. 1stFerial
9:00 a.m.For the Mental Health of Our Parishioners
Wed. Feb 2ndThe Presentation of the Lord
7:00 p.m.NO MASS
Thur. Feb 3rdFerial
9:00 a.m.Stewart Glover by his family
Fri.  Feb 4thFerial
9:00 a.m.For All Those Who Have Died of COVID-19
9:30 a.m.Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Saturday, February 5th and Sunday, February 6th, 2022
5th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.Pascal Coutinho by the family
9:00 a.m.John Evans by Pat Niazi
11:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish

ALL MASSES ARE CELEBRATED PRIVATELY BY FR. JESSIE; THEREFORE ALL MASS INTENTIONS WILL BE FULFILLED.

SHARING IS CARING – THANK YOU!


Dear parishioners and benefactors,

I express my sincere gratitude for your generous Christmas donations, wishes and gifts.  We can do so much more because of you!

May the Lord bless you and keep you. The Lord make His face shine on you and be gracious to you.

In the service of Jesus Christ and His Church,

Fr. Jess


IMPORTANT UPDATES

  1. Following new public health orders issued by the government on December 30th, the Church and the Parish Office are closed until further notice.  Emails and phone calls received will be answered as soon as possible.
  2. At this time, we are permitted to celebrate funerals with a maximum of 25 people in attendance.  Please call the Parish Office at 514-695-7100 for more information.
  3. If you would like to receive Communion, please come to the Parish Hall door at 11am. It will be distributed daily except on Wednesdays.
  4. If you would like to have a Mass celebrated, please contact the Parish Office. 
  5. On Thursday, February 3rd there will be the Blessing of the Throats, more information to follow.

LET US PRAY 

FOR THOSE WHO ARE SICK 

Those in need of our prayers: David Brewer, Fresia Bunster, Simonne Cookson, Pat Dagenais, Gordon Deery, Carlos Alberto Garcia Ebbens, Rosemarie Elisan, Christine Foley, Anne Gibb, Connie Iacovelli, Debbie Maloney, Ann Maria Massaro, Elizabeth Matthews, Philomena McLoughlin, Francesco Moranelli, Roderick Morrison, Evelyn Nadeau, Helen Palazy, Hélène Parent, Marianne Pérignon, Griselda Rella Cortés & Barbara Wentzell.


God provides the wind,

but you must raise the sails.

St. Augustine

PAPAL INTENTION FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

For religious sisters and consecrated woman ~ We pray for religious sisters and consecrated women; thanking them for their mission and their courage; may they continue to find new responses to the challenges of our times.


WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY

The Week of Pray for Christian Unity is celebrated around the world from January 18th to 25th.The 2022 theme for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, “We saw the star in the East, and we came to worship him” (Mt 2:2), was prepared by the Middle East Council of Churches, based in Beirut, Lebanon. The international theme and resources speak to our world’s urgent need for solidarity and transformation in the face of political, economic, and social turmoil, including the challenges and injustices highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we join the Christians of the Middle East in the journey to Christ’s manger, may we become a sign of the unity that God desires for all creation, and may we return to our home, our churches, and our world by new ways.


ADULT CAFÉ – HELPING OTHERS HELPS YOURSELF

Join us this Monday, January 24th at 7pm via Zoom for this Adult CAFE hosted by Caroline Leroux-Boulay. This workshop presents the important role of social responsibility in helping your children develop their moral compass.

Caroline is a senior coach with Emotional Intelligence Training Company and graduate of Concordia university with distinction in Theology studies. She will walk us through the links between this social responsibility component of emotional intelligence in leadership development and our Christian responsibility to promote common good. You will be invited to have conversation with other parents to explore opportunities and goals for yourself and your families to strengthen your commitment to making the world a more loving space. We want to help you as you support your children to live good lives.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88605116090?pwd=ZjAwam44cWo5eVJqM2tQN1ZXWmIwQT09

Meeting ID: 886 0511 6090 Passcode: 574978


DO YOU FEEL ISOLATED AND IN NEED OF SPIRITUAL SUPPORT?

Here are some support services in our region:

  • SASMAD – Spiritual support service for the elderly or sick at home / Open 7 days a week, from 10am to 4pm at the following number 1-888-305-0994
  • Carmelite Sisters: 514-271-6957
  • Missionary Recluses: 514-648-6801
  • Le Pèlerin – Spiritual accompaniment service for people in search of meaning, call 514-737-6262, or email info@lepelerin.org or use the link https://www.lepelerin.org/portail/nos-services/laccompagnement-spirituel/
  • The Ignatian Spirituality Centre of Montreal – Looking for spiritual accompaniment or direction? Call 514-481-1064, or email centre@ignatiancentremtl.ca or use the link: www.ignatiancentremtl.ca

BEST WISHES TO ALL THOSE CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY OR A WEDDING ANNIVERSARY IN THE MONTH OF JANUARY!!!

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