REGISTRATION
HAS BEGUN!



Where is your parish headed in these changing times? What might it look like in the next few years? What CAN it look like?


Join us on Nov. 16-17 as we explore creative and inspiring ways to respond together as a life-giving faith community to our changing world.  

Headlining the conference is Fr. James Mallon, author and speaker on Parish Renewal and Leadership Support, from the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth. In addition to delivering the keynote address, the author of Divine Renovation: From A Maintenance To A Missional Parish will also offer a free talk to priests on Friday morning at Villa Saint Martin. 

 

and don’t miss…


The Catholic Community Rally 
          November 16, 5 p.m.

Featuring more than 30 groups and organizations 
that contribute to the vitality of the diocesan community. 
Organiz
ed by the English Speaking Catholic Council. 

 

Find out about the rally, speakers,workshops and more, at
www.parishvitality.com
 

REGISTER WITH US ON-LINE...
WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU!!!

THE PILLARS TRUST FUND 2018 campaign theme is "Catholic Strong".  We chose it because we are proud of - and want to highlight - the strength within our local Catholic community and the actions supported by Pillars that are underway in our parishes, among our youth, and across our faith networks, including the upcoming Parish Vitality Conference 2018. As faithful followers of Christ and His Gospel message, we invite you to read more about what it means to be ‘Catholic Strong’ in our September newsletter ‘The Column’ at www.pillarstrust.org   or in the Pillars Trust campaign letter entitled Are you Catholic Strong? You can also make your tax-deductible donation online. Thank you for your financial support!
“COME AND SEE”
A VOCATION DISCERNMENT EVENING
FOR THE
DIOCESAN PRIESTHOOD
  
FOR MEN AGED 18 YEARS AND OLDER, WHO ARE DISCERNING
A CALL TO THE PRIESTHOOD,
THE DIOCESAN VOCATIONS OFFICE IS OFFERING
AN INFORMAL GET-TOGETHER WITH
FR. ROBERT CLARK

 
 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2018
FROM 6 PM TO 9 PM
 
AT OUR LADY OF THE ANNUNCIATION PARISH
(71 ROOSEVELT AVE. IN MONT-ROYAL – ON THE 165 BUS LINE
OR THE MONT-ROYAL STOP ON THE AMT
DEUX-MONTAGNES TRAIN LINE).

 
FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
DIOCESAN VOCATIONS OFFICE AT 514-903-6200
OR BY EMAIL AT mtlvocations@hotmail.com
 
 
 
A NEW COURSE ON LITURGY OFFERED IN MONTREAL
Starts October 12!*
* Registrations still accepted until course is full. Participants registered after October 12 may benefit from a “catch-up” day for the missed first class.

The course is offered in French at the Institut de pastorale des Dominicains, affiliated with the Dominican University College (Ottawa). The "Parcours de formation liturgique et sacramentelle" is supported by the General Coordination for Pastoral Services of the Archdiocese of Montreal. The course will take place at the Dominican Institute, 2715 chemin de la Côte Sainte-Catherine, Montreal H3T 1B6
•             The course is intended for people involved in liturgy, catechesis or other ministries; priests, deacons or laypeople, young adults.
•             It explores the treasures of liturgy in the Church and will allow participants to discover resources they will use in their communities.
For registration, please connect with the office at (514) 739-3223, ext. 323
or Email at: secretariat@ipastorale.ca
More information is available on the website:
www.ipastorale.ca/formation/18-19/psl.htm

McGill University Book Fair 2018

Tuesday, October 16: 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 17: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 18: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
 
The McGill Book Fair, held each autumn in Redpath Hall (east side of McTavish Street, one block north of Sherbrooke Street) offers buyers tens of thousands of used books, French and English, in categories ranging from architecture to zoology.  In addition to volumes old and new, the Book Fair also offers vinyl, CDs, DVDs, and sheet music. One room is devoted exclusively to art and architecture; another to old and rare volumes and nostalgia. All proceeds from the Fair provide scholarships and bursaries for McGill students.
 
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Concordia University Used Book Fair

Pre-sale on Sunday, October 28 ($5 entry fee): 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, October 29: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (free admission)
Tuesday, October 30: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (free admission)
 
Textbooks, mysteries, literature, classics and more from $3 and up. In its 21 years, the Concordia Used Book Fair has raised more than $200,000 for students, while providing a new life for countless books. Every purchase helps the next generation of Concordia students. (EV Building, Atrium, 1515 St-Catherine St. W., Montreal). Cash and carry – bring your own bags!
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An event that may be of interest to you.
PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING THE HOMELESS
PEOPLE OF MONTREAL!
HOW?

 
Through “Angels of Mercy”, an organization which delivers soup, sandwiches, warm clothing, and toiletries to our less fortunate brothers & sisters of Montreal.
If you have two (2) hours a month to help out, why not join us?  We never have enough volunteers, and would love to have you on our team. A special call is being made to those interested in helping to collect and sort clothing.  As well, we need sandwich makers, soup makers, drivers and distributors. Please contact AOM (Sarah Sajedi) at 514-827-6408 or aom.montreal@gmail.com
 
  On behalf of our homeless people, we thank you and encourage you to visit our website at: www.helpfeedthehomeless.org

 
INAUGURAL LECTURE
WARREN ALLMAND LECTURE SERIES
OCTOBER 18, 2018

The Warren Allmand Lecture Series is an annual event intended to celebrate the honourable Warren Allmand’s life and achievements and to sustain public, institutional, and academic interest in the causes that he espoused throughout his adult life. During his long career as a public servant, Warren Allmand fought for justice and human rights. Mr. Allmand also served as president of the Thomas More Institute from 2010-2012.
 It is with pleasure that the Thomas More Institute and the Warren Allmand Lecture Series announce a free public lecture by renowned writer and public intellectual, John Ralston Saul.
Mr. Saul will speak about “The Fight for Freedom of Expression Around the World: A Personal Account.”
The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 18 at 6 p.m. at 900 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, 8th Floor (corner Mansfield). Metro Peel or McGill; underground parking available ($8.00 after 5:00 pm).
To reserve your place: info@thomasmore.qc.ca or connect with the TMI office at (514) 935-9585.

                                
St. Monica’s Parish – Video Divina
 
This year, Fr. Lloyd’s film series, “The Human Journey to Wholeness”, looks at movies from different cultural and religious traditions and considers how their deity invites believers to undertake the journey towards holiness which is wholeness. Join him on Friday, October 19 at 7 p.m. in the parish rectory (6405 de Terrebonne, Montreal, H4B 1A8) to view the film "The Son".  Free admission and popcorn, with discussion to follow!  For information, contact Fr. Lloyd Baugh, S.J., at 514-481-0267 ext. 32 or lloyd.baugh@stmonica.ca

 
St. Monica’s Parish – Mini Retreat
 
The Awakening Call:  A Call to Holiness, with Irene Miller
 
Join us on Saturday, October 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the parish hall to enjoy a mini retreat, responding to Jesus’ invitation to “Come and see” His dwelling place. (John 1:35-40) The retreat will focus on our spiritual awakening, our call to holiness and prayer, the graces of prayer, and living an authentic spiritual life in union with Christ. This morning of reflection will include a presentation, music, guided meditation, personal prayer time and discussion. For information and to register by October 17, contact Anna at (514) 481-0267 ext. 22 or anna.diodati@stmonica.ca
Come and join parishioners of St. Thomas à Becket Parish

OKTOBERFEST FUNDRAISER: Becket’s Knights of Columbus will be hosting an Oktoberfest Dinner & Dance on Saturday, October 20, in the parish hall. 

EVANGELIZATION OF THE NATIONS - OCTOBER 21
 
Next Sunday is World Mission Sunday. On this day, Pope Francis invites all Catholics to contribute to a special collection for the Propagation of the Faith. All donations gathered within the churches of the world will be distributed worldwide. Your donations will help missionaries in proclaiming the Gospel of joy and peace.

The theme of this year’s observance, “Together with young people, let us bring the Gospel to all,” echoes the current synod of bishops, scheduled from October 3-28 in the Vatican, whose theme is “Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment.”
 
In the message addressed to all Christians, but especially to young people, the Pope reminds all that “we are not in this world by our own choice,”  and hence there is “an initiative that precedes us and makes us exist.”  Each one of us, he says, is called to reflect on the fact that  "I am a mission on this Earth,” which is why we are here in this world. Pope Francis states: “Every man and woman is a mission...To be attracted and to be sent are two movements of the heart that hold out promise for our future and give direction to our lives.”
 

YOUTH MINISTRY - MISSION JEUNESSE:
DECODING LOVE, 
SESSIONS ON THEOLOGY OF THE BODY

 

Daily social media, advertisements, and entertainment present us with countless images of sex unhindered by any limits and rules promising happiness and freedom. However, in our experience, we seem to be more confused about sexuality and the relationship between men and women than ever before.

In his teaching on the Theology of the Body, Saint Pope John Paul II proposes a vision of life and love that can help us navigate the mixed messages we receive today about sexuality and happiness. This exciting vision proposes timeless and profound answers to questions that so many of us have:

•  Why were we created male and female?
•  Where do we come from and why?
•  What is the meaning of life? How do we experience it?
•  How can discovering “the language of the body” help me discover the meaning of my life?
•  Is the Church’s teaching on sexuality still relevant today?

In three evening sessions, we will explore the key principles of the theology of the body and discover together how God’s mysterious plan for our lives is revealed through our bodies and the call to love.
These dynamic sessions will be led by graduates of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, Katerine Perrault, MTS and Ellen Roderick, PhD. They will be offered in French and English.

These three sessions will take place on:
•  October 23
•  October 30
•  November 6, 2018


 
Location: Archdiocese of Montreal
2000 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal QC H3H 1G4
7:00PM – Start of session

FREEWILL CONTRIBUTION


 

In partnership
with the Diocesan Centre
for Marriage, Life and Family




These dynamic sessions will be led for by graduates of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, Katerine Perrault, MTS and Ellen Roderick, PhD. They will be offered in French and English.


 

40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil is a focused pro-life campaign with a vision to access God’s power through prayer, fasting and peaceful vigil to end abortion for the protection of the unborn child. The mission of the campaign is to bring together the Body of Christ in a spirit of unity during a focused 40-day campaign of prayer, fasting and peaceful activism, with a purpose of repentance, to seek God’s favor to turn hearts and minds from a culture of death to culture of life, thus bringing about an end to abortion.

All are welcome to join us throughout the month of October until Sunday, November 4, to pray for the end of abortion. Daily we will be at the corner of Berri and St. Catherine Streets (500 Berri Street), from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To learn more and/or to become a prayer volunteer, call:  (514) 344-2686 or (438) 930-8643 or email info@cqv.qc.ca
 
Heavenly Father,
We pray that the scourge of abortion be lifted from our Land;
That those who promote it may be brought to a change of heart;
That those who are tempted of having an abortion may be lovingly helped to protect
the precious gift of Life; and

That all who have experienced an abortion may be consoled
with the healing gift of love.

We ask this through Jesus Christ Our Lord.
Amen

My Heart is Ready, O God (Psalm 57)
My Heart is Ready to spend time with Jesus
in silence and prayer.
My heart is ready to be still...
to listen...
to absorb his love in my heart.
 
You are invited to join us for a quiet day of prayer and reflection
Friday October 26, 2018
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Eucharist at 11:30 a.m.
Bring your own Lunch (tea/coffee snacks provided)
Location: Ignatian Spirituality Centre, 4567 West Broadway, Montreal H4B 2A7
Facilitator: Irene Miller
Fee $20.00 or freewill donation
Registration: 514-481-1064 or Email centre@ignatiancentremtl.ca
 


WE ARE A PILGRIM PEOPLE
 
Join us on a four-session journey exploring pilgrim people in the Old and New Testaments. We too, as followers of Jesus, are called to be pilgrims. During our exploration we shall see how the pilgrims in scripture provide a blueprint for our own pilgrimage. We will meet on the following Mondays: October 15, 29, November 5, 19. You can choose to attend in the afternoon 1:30 – 3:00 or in the evening 7:30 – 9:00 at St. Veronica Parish (1300 Carson Ave., Dorval, H9S 1M6). Cost $30.00 per person for materials. Please register by calling Deacon Gerry Turpin at (514) 631-1616 or by Email at turpin@cooptel.qc.ca.
 

POMPEI HAS A NEW PROJECT
On October 5th, at Pompei's Parish and under the leadership of the Scalabrinian missionaries, a new project for migrants under the name, 'Scalabrinian Migrant Service'/Servizio Scalabriniano ai Migranti was launched. The office is located in the presbytery's basement at 2875 Sauvé Street East (corner of Sauvé and J.J. Gagnier), Montreal, H2B 1C6.

Office staff members are available Fridays from 12 to 3 p.m. but appointments can be scheduled at different times. Interested people are invited to call the church's phone number, (514) 388-9271 and leave a message for Rosaria Monaco, coordinator of this new project.

Services offered for immigrants are the following: welcome, referrals, social and intercultural activities with the hope that in the future more could be offered. Lay Scalabrinians like to respond to Jesus's call, "I was a stranger and you welcomed me" and follow the model of the 'father to migrants', Giovanni Battista Scalabrini, the founder of the Scalabrinian missionaries.

 


C.R.E.O.R. AND McGILL UNIVERSITY PUBLIC LECTURE
 
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Dignity, and the Protection of Freedom of Religion or Belief: Achievements and Challenges after Seventy Years.  This public lecture will take place on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 from 4 - 5:30 p.m. at the Birks Chapel, McGill University, 3520 rue University, Montreal, H3A 2A7.
 
On this 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Professor Cole Durham, Director of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies J Reuben Clark Law School, will discuss Article 18 - Freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
 
Co-sponsored by the Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR) McGill University, and BYU Law International Center for Law and Religion Studies.
 
Come and join the discussion.  More information can be found here.
https://www.facebook.com/events/335413517225824/
 
READING SEMINAR ON THE
ACADEMIC ESSAYS OF C.S. LEWIS

 

Once again, another informal seminar/workshop series will be hosted in the Department of Theological Studies at Concordia University (2140 Bishop Street, Room D-01). This year, explore the academic writings of C.S. Lewis, while bringing into dialogue primary sources and contemporary views concerning medieval and renaissance texts. Centering on Lewis' Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature, participants will read through and discuss Lewis' literary critique and analysis of seminal medieval narratives.  All seminars will be held between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., in English and in French, on the following dates:
                          Friday, October 12: Lewis and the Medieval "Book"
                          Friday, October 26: Lewis and Dante
                          Friday, November 16: Lewis and Spenser

For further information and to confirm your attendance ahead of time, please contact: joseph.vietri@concordia.ca  or jean-michel.roessli@concordia.ca
 
Introduction to Catholics:
Practice of Yoga-Prayer-Silent Meditation

Jesus Light of the World Parish will have five evening sessions of prayer, introducing Christians to silence, Christian mysticism, and yoga. The purpose of these evenings is to introduce people to the apophatic tradition of the church’s prayer. It is prayer drawing from the teachings of Saint John of the Cross, Saint Theresa of Avila, and Fr. John Main. It is an introduction to silence, interior stillness and peaceful resting in the Lord, formation in the mystical tradition and body prayer (yoga).  Please bring your own mat. More information can be obtained by visiting the website of Fr. Thomas Ryan, CSP: http://www.christianspracticingyoga.com/history/
 
Spend this time of silence at St. David Church, 12450 Gascon Street, Montreal H8Z 1S2, at 7:30 p.m. starting Tuesday, October 30, and continuing November 13, 20, 27 & December 4.
 
 
ANNUAL FALL BAZAARS


ST. JOHN FISHER PARISH
Saturday, October 20
9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
120 Summerhill Ave. Pointe-Claire, H9R 2L7 
Crafts, Knitting, Baking, Books. Toys, Plants, Candy and our always popular New-to-You Table. Lunch will also be available.
For information, please contact Amy Duncan 514-695-0205 or Email Amy at
sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca
 
 
ST. GABRIEL PARISH
Saturday, November 3
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 2157 Centre Street, Montreal, H3K 1J5 (Charlevoix Metro) in the parish hall.
A variety of booths, antiques and jewelry, books and games, baked goods, new/unused clothing, Christmas items, children's fish pond, ornaments and more. Light lunch and snacks, and fun for the whole family. Members of the organizing committee are in need of prizes for the main raffle and items for baskets that are prepared for prizes.  Donations for the bazaar can be dropped off during office hours, and clearly marked BAZAAR. Please contact the parish office at (514) 937-3597 for delivery/pick up questions.


 


WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE
ENCOUNTER WEEKEND

 

A Spiritual Spa weekend dedicated to enriching the Sacraments of Marriage and Holy Orders. There will be a weekend for married couples, priests and religious on

October 19, 20 & 21 at VILLA SAINT-MARTIN, 9451 Gouin West Blvd, Pierrefonds, Qc., H8Y 1T2.

Give your Marriage the gift of a WWME weekend and strengthen your love by rediscovering the joy of your Sacrament of Marriage.


For more info please contact Daisy and Tino at 514-327-9962 or visit http://www.wwme.org


To register please contact: Mary and Len Silvestri at 514-809-7556 or marriageencounter@hotmail.com

 

Your presence would be most welcomed on Saturday, October 20,

for a Mass of Thanksgiving.
 

Thousands of donors help with financial assistance by contributing to
our yearly campaign - the 'collecte annuelle' -
allowing the services of the Church of Montreal to continue,
and to be present and transmitted throughout the parishes
of the Archdiocese.

The values of spiritual life, community life and solidarity

are a legacy and a precious heritage.
 

Let us work together so that today we may continue to be driven

by the impetus of Ville-Marie’s founding and experience a renewal of hope.

Let us all learn to continuously encounter and discover Jesus Christ

more profoundly, and pray together.
 

The Mass begins at 10:00 a.m., at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral.

 


PUBLIC LECTURE: "FAITH AND IMMIGRATION"
 
You are warmly encouraged to attend a public lecture hosted by the English Speaking Catholic Council on the topic of “Faith and Immigration.” Ray Pennings, Executive Vice-President and Co-Founder of Cardus, will speak to the recent public opinion survey which explored the role that faith communities play in the integration of new Canadians.

This event will be taking place on Thursday, October 25 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.at St. Kevin’s Parish (5600 Côte-des-Neiges Rd., Montreal, H3T 1Z1).
For more info contact 514-937-2301, ext. 252 or escc@bellnet.ca 

 

MONTREAL ARTISTS' RETREAT


Are you a Catholic/Christian performing artist or writer of college age or older?  Are you looking for inspiration, formation and fellowship to help you in your artistic profession/vocation?  Then this retreat may be for you! 

Join us for a weekend full of prayer, artistic exercises, and exchange with artists of various disciplines as we explore questions about our faith and our craft. The retreat will take place at two venues: The Newman Centre, 3484 Peel Street and at Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, 75 Roosevelt Avenue, from Friday, October 26 until Sunday, October 28.

As the date approaches, more information will be posted on the Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/332512730835000/ 

Team members are sought to help with this event in several capacities. Registration is required, including a fee (with early-bird specials). If you are interested in attending and/or helping out, please contact Alisha Ruiss at mtlartistretreat@gmail.com

ST.  JOHN FISHER - C.A.F.E.
CATHOLIC ADULT FAITH ENRICHMENT
With Dr. Ellen Roderick

 
Beyond the Birds and the Bees:
 Communicating a Wholesome Vision
of Sexuality to our Children

 
Join us on Monday, October 29 at 7:30 p.m. (120 Summerhill Ave., Pointe-Claire, H9R 2L7). All are welcome. 

Ellen Roderick received her PhD in Theology from the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family in Washington, D.C. She is now the co-director of the Diocesan Centre for Marriage, Life and the Family and teaches at the Grand Seminaire de Montreal.
 
In September 2018, the Ministry of Education introduced a mandatory program of sexual education for all children beginning in kindergarten. For some, this is cause for concern: what will our children be learning at school? However, this can also be seen as an opportunity to look with fresh eyes on the Christian vision of sexuality and love we wish to communicate to our children and grandchildren.
 
During this evening we will look together at the content of the new program, its strengths and weaknesses. We will also look at it through the eyes of our faith. What does our faith bring to how we educate our kids about love? Some key principles about sexual education from our Catholic tradition will be proposed to help you raise holy and wholesome kids. We will also suggest various practical resources to help parents accompany their children in this education.     

Contact the office at 514-695-0205 or sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca     


JOINT BAZAAR & CRAFT FAIR
(WSPÓLNY BAZAR)

at
 

Misja Św. Wojciecha i Św. Maksymiliana/
Resurrection of Our Lord Parish
34 – 34th Ave. Lachine, QC


27 Października/October 2018........ 10H00 – 15H00
28 Października/October 2018........    9H00 – 14H00
Proceeds for our Church Maintenance Fund.
Fundusz na utrzymanie naszej Misji.

Wynajęcie stolików
1  dzień - 35$ / 2 dni - 50$
             
Table rental
  1 day - 35$ / 2 days - 50$
W sprawie rezerwacji stolików, prosimy dzwonić

514-637-2379 pomiędzy 9:00am a 2:30pm
Od poniedziałku do piątku!
514-624-6638 (Informacja po polsku).
 

Please call the office to reserve your table.
(514) 637-2379 between 9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday – Thursday
Or e-mail resparish@bellnet.ca  (Polish & English)

 
Bedzie loteria "Pół na pół", polska wędlina, książki, itp.
There will be raffles, jewelry table, baking etc.
Sala na posiłki będzie otwarta przez dwa dni.
The Lunch Room will be open to purchase meals or snacks both days.

Join us on October 27 and October 28 !!

KNIGHTS  OF COLUMBUS 
BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER

 
The Knights of Columbus Breakfast is back for the 2018-19 Season!!! The Knights of Columbus St. Brendan’s Council 14693 will be having a Community Breakfast on Sunday, October 28 in the parish hall (5740 15e Ave., Montreal, QC H1X 2V2).  All profits are going to the St. Brendan’s Food Bank.  Breakfast will be served Buffet Style between 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.  We will be serving scrambled eggs, pancakes (w/real maple syrup), sausage, bacon, toast, beans, fruits, coffee, orange juice and apple juice.

General Admission (13 and over): $10
Children (12 & under): $5
Family of 4 (2 persons 13 & over & 2 children 12 & under): $25
Children 5 & under: FREE

For tickets or more information, please contact Paolo at 438-989-8115 or paulstea@videotron.ca

 THE CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE OF CANADA, MONTREAL DIOCESAN COUNCIL
 

The Catholic Women’s League of Canada, Montreal Diocesan Council, will meet by exception on Wednesday, November 14, at St. John Brébeuf Parish, 7777 George Street (corner of Bishop Power), LaSalle. Memorial Service with Mass at 7 p.m. followed by the General Meeting. Car-pooling is encouraged. For more information, contact Lydia Fielding, (514) 505-1761.
 

Healing Ministry Training Session

The last great command that our Lord gave his followers in Matthew 28:16-29, was “Go and make disciples of all the nations”.
This is also known as the Great Commission. We invite you to an opportunity to become His disciples through Healing Ministry Training. Adults interested in a faith-enriching journey through prayer ministry may wish to enrol in Level 1 of our training program, sponsored by the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services of Canada.
We will offer this foundational level in English in the Winter of 2019 at St. Luke Parish (106A Anselme-Lavigne, DDO, H9A 1N8). It will be held weekly on Wednesday evenings from 6:15 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.,
beginning January 9 through April 17, 2019.
We have included a provision for 2 “snow days”, if required. F
or more information and to receive a registration form, please write to
healing.ministry@hotmail.com

There is a limit of 24 participants and the course cost is $55,
and registration deadline is December 14
th
.


PILGRIMAGE TO SHRINES OF FRANCE 
May 30 to June 11, 2019. Travel with Fr. Peter Sabbath to visit famous and beautiful shrines of France such as Lourdes • Toulouse • Rocamadour • Ars • Paray-le-Monial • Nevers • Orleans • Chartres • Evron • Mont Saint Michel • Lisieux • Paris including a free day in Paris! $3, 590.00 plus airfare tax of $650.00. Contact Liz Dachuk for more info: 877-701-7729, ext. 239

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