St. Thomas à Becket Parish
4320 Ste. Anne, Pierrefonds, Quebec H9H 4Y7Office: 514-626-4111Email:
BECKET SENIORSIf you are retired or thinking of retiring then Becket Seniors would like to hear from you. They meet every first and third Thursday from 1:30 until 3:30 p.m. and have a real good time. On the first Thursday of the month they meet for lunch; on the third Thursday they meet in the Becket Church Hall to play cards, Scrabble, etc. If you have any suggestions or hobbies, they would love to meet you at the Becket Church Hall any third Monday.
Contact Audrey Cassidy (514-626-3586) for more information.
CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE, ST. THOMAS A BECKET COUNCILThe Catholic Women's League is a national organization founded on Gospel values. Since 1920, the league invites women to unite together in reaching out to other women, serving their parish, the community and their country. The spiritual growth and support of each woman, the recognition and appreciation of their value and gifts, contribute to the success of the league. Please join us for friendship, spirituality, shared interests, works of charity and a common vision in bringing forth the Kingdom of God. Check out the CWL page.
Contact Michele Figueredo: for more information.
SOCIAL CLUBMembership in the Club is open to all the parishioners and to all interested friends in our area. The Club consists of several small groups of about 30-40 people. Each group meets periodically and provides its own social activities (picnics, Bar B Q's, outings, card games, etc.) and each group is also responsible for organizing an activity for the community - a dance, parish picnic, an evening of games. Join us and have fun.
Contact Mike Callard (514-695-6995) for more information.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL – BECKET COUNCIL 13892The Knights of Columbus was founded in the United States in 1882 by the Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney on the principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism and named in honor of Christopher Columbus. It is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization, which unites men of faith and who, by the wishes of its founder, is not a part of the formal structure of the Church. It is not a religious or a Catholic movement, nor is it a social movement, but is essentially a Catholic lay order. There are more than 1.8 million members in 14,000 councils throughout the world. Canada has over 229,500 members in nearly 1,900 councils. As Knights, members witness to their Catholic faith by serving the Church and engaging in volunteer service to those in need. Membership is open to practicing Catholic men aged 18 or older.
For more information contact Victor Kofanty at 514-797-5971.
COUPLES FOR CHRISTCouples for Christ (CFC) is a movement intended for the renewal and strenghtening of Christian family life. The members have committed themselves to the Lord and to one another so that they may grow in maturity as men and women of God and fulfill their primary vocation of raising up families under the lordship of Jesus Christ and for the service of the Kingdom of God.
In response to the encyclical letter of Pope John Paul II, The Gospel of Life, CFC established the Gift of Life as a major ministry in order to raise consciousness among its members, as well as others, on the sacredness of life as a basic value rooted in the dignity of man.
Our Core Values: Pro-God, Pro-family, Pro-Poor and Pro-Life
Contacts: Francis & Aurora Apgao 514-630-6586 (CFC)
Angel & Helen Pagalunan 514-696-6239 (Gift of Life)