Bulletin May 28 – June 17, 2022

Bulletin May 28 – June 17, 2022

CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST

Saturday, May 28th and Sunday, May 29th, 2022
ASCENSION OF THE LORD
5:00 p.m.Peter Domanski by his family
9:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
11:00 a.m.Sean Glynn by Maura Tieman
  
Mon. May 30th      Ferial
9:00 a.m.For All Those Who Have Died of COVID-19
Tues. May 31st           The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
9:00 a.m.For the Sick
Wed. June 1st             St. Justin
9:00 a.m.NO MASS
Thur. June 2nd         Ferial
9:00 a.m.James Dawes by Carole & Ted Davies
Fri. June 3rd         St. Charles Lwanga & Companions
9:00 a.m.Anatole Lesyk by his wife Maria
9:30 a.m.Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
  
Saturday, June 4th and Sunday, June 5th, 2022
PENTECOST SUNDAY
5:00 p.m.Helen & Basil McLaughlin by Audrey Groves
9:00 a.m.     
11:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
  
Mon. June 6th         Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church
9:00 a.m.For All Those Recovering from COVID-19
Tues. June 7th  Ferial
9:00 a.m.Kathie Tramley by the Kennedy-Chevalier family
Wed. June 8th           Ferial
9:00 a.m.NO MASS
Thur. June 9th   Ferial
9:00 a.m.For the Poor & Homeless
Fri. June 10th  Ferial      
9:00 a.m.For the Mental Health of Our Parishioners
  
Saturday, June 11th and Sunday, June 12th, 2022
MOST HOLY TRINITY
5:00 p.m.For the People of the Parish
9:00 a.m.For a Peaceful Dialogue Between Nations
11:00 a.m.Francesco Costentini by Shirley
  
Mon. June 13thSt. Anthony of Padua
9:00 a.m.For All Those Who Have Died of COVID-19
Tues. June 14thFerial
9:00 a.m.For the Sick
Wed. June 15thFerial
9:00 a.m.NO MASS
Thur. June 16thFerial
9:00 a.m.For All Frontline Workers
Fri. June 17th  Ferial
9:00 a.m.For All Those Recovering from COVID-19
  
Saturday, June 18th  and Sunday June 19th, 2022
MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST
5:00 p.m.Maria Goretti Murwendah by Maria Salceda
9:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
11:00 a.m.For All Deceased Fathers of Our Parish

JOIN US!

Saint Edmund’s Sunday coffee hour is returning! For the three Sundays June 5th, 12th and 19th we invite you to meet up in the Parish Hall with your fellow parishioners over coffee, juice and cookies. Come after the 9am Mass or arrive early for the 11am Mass. We will take a break during the summer and return in the Fall. All are welcome!

2022 OFFERING ENVELOPES

If you have not picked up your 2022 offering envelopes, they are available in the Boardroom. If you have not used envelopes in the past, please take an unmarked box and return the included form to register

OFFICE HOURS

The Parish Office is open Monday to Thursday from 9:30am to 2pm.

WOULD YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW WANT TO RECEIVE THE PARISH BULLETIN VIA EMAIL?

If so, please send an email to parishoffice@stedocp.com with the subject “SUBSCRIBE TO PARISH BULLETIN”.

FECU: If you have a used laptop, tablet or smartphone, which is still working well, please, donate it to St. Pontiano Secondary School in Uganda. Remove the password, and your personal information. Fr. David will take them with him when he visits there in the Fall. Please contact Fr. David at 514-213-5778 for more information.

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, Valerie Nickson, Helen Palazy, Hélène Parent, Marianne Pérignon, Larry Poulin, Griselda Rella Cortés, Peter Thorburn & Barbara Wentzell.

PAPAL INTENTION FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE

For families ~ We pray for Christian families around the world; may they embody and experience unconditional love and advance in holiness in their daily lives.

NEW MEMBERS TO OUR CATHOLIC COMMUNITY

We are pleased to welcome four children:  Sofia Rose Guitor, Matteo Paul Marchetta, Lena Wren Moreau Kline and Miles August Moreau Kline who were baptized in the Parish during the month of May.

SYNOD – JOURNEY TOGETHER

Everyone in the Saint Edmund of Canterbury parish community is invited to participate – to pray and draw inspiration from the Gospel and from each other.

What is involved? We invite you to commit to a one-time, two-hour session to explore these themes in small groups of 5-7 people facilitated by trained parishioners and share the findings with other small groups present at our assemblies. Each session involves prayer, private meditation, sharing and listening. For our parishioners’ convenience, multiple daytime and evening sessions have been scheduled until June 12th, 2022. Meetings will be held in the Saint Edmund of Canterbury Parish Hall.

Please come and journey together! To register, go to https://stedocp.com or for more information, contact the Parish Office at 514-695-7100 or email synod@stedocp.com.

PRAYING TOGETHER FOR THE SYNODAL PROCESS

We invite all parishioners in evoking St. Edmund of Canterbury, our patron saint, as we strengthen the mission of our parish as we go through the synodal process. We ask that that you add ‘St. Edmund of Canterbury, pray for us’ after grace at all your meals.

DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE – CARITAS CANADA 

D & P is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of five organizations in Quebec to receive funding to continue its humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. Its project has received the largest allocation at $200,000 to purchase food and water, to give psychological help to children and to prevent human trafficking, especially at transit locations. This funding shows the Quebec government’s confidence in D&P’s ability to respond quickly and effectively with its local partner, Caritas Ukraine.

This funding is in addition to the $1.2 million D&P has already raised, through donations, for the Ukraine crisis.

To learn more and to donate;  https://www.devp.org/en/wp_press_release/quebec-steps-up-for-our-response-in-ukraine/

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