Weekly Church Bulletins
Weekly E-newsletter links
- May 21, 2018
- Of special note in this week's bulletin is the pilgrimage info session this Thursday evening, and the farewell reception for Fr. Tijo next Sunday after the 11:00 Mass.
- For all you Bishop Robert Barron fans: his talk to Google & YouTube employees on how religion doesn't close the mind, but opens it to the fulfillment of our deepest longings.
- 8 things to know about Pentecost, which we celebrated yesterday.
- May 14, 2018
- Here's a photo from last week’s March for Life in Ottawa: with me among the 15,000+ participants are former Becket pastor Fr. Gilles Surprenant, parish warden Norm Cousineau and parishioner Paul Empsall. May every child in the womb be accorded the same respect and protection: society mourns a miscarried “child”, but ignores an aborted “fetus”. Does that make sense?
- For most couples who stick together, marriage gets better with time.
- How do you want to be remembered?
- Be informed: The youth leader in my former parish is interviewed by Evan Solomon on the summer jobs program.
- May 7, 2018
- Two-minute video accompanying Pope Francis’ “Gaudium et exsultate” (“Rejoice and be Glad”): Apostolic Exhortation on the Call to Holiness in Today’s World.
- "White lies" don’t really matter, right?
- April 30, 2018
- Did you know the Vatican has an official astronomer? Hint: his name is not Galileo.
- Find out about the saints and their angels.
- Previous issues
This year we have adopted the 845 children from the Moyale Primary School in Malawi. Through the Catholic charity of Mary's meals, we are fundraising in order to feed each child 1 hot meal a day for an entire year for only $16 per child!! This program encourages the children to stay in school and receive an education rather than drop out to find work in order to obtain food. For more information: marysmeals.ca
Please help us reach our $12, 422.00 goal!
Ways to donate:
- Donate online
- Do your own fundraising at home to collect a minimum of $16 and drop it off at
the parish office.
Thank you for your support!