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Parish Mass times 
Saturday 5:15 p.m.
Sunday 9:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

 

Sacrament of Reconciliation (confessions) Saturday
4:30 - 5:00 p.m. ~ prior to any Mass or by appointment

 

 

 

Franciscan Friars Conventual

 

Franciscan Voice

26TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

 

Saturday 

   

 

Sept  26 

 

 

5:15 pm   

Intentions of Deacon John Ezard – 25th Anniversary
of Ordination to the Permanent Diaconate

Sunday    Sept 27  9:30 am

 Mass for the People

                                 11:00 am  

 + Frank Joyce – Tony & Shirley Overvelde

 

Monday Sept 28  

 no scheduled liturgy

                 7– 8 pm

Parish Rosary & Divine Mercy Devotions

Tuesday  Sept 29   9:00 am

+ Riny Witjes – Shirley Kelliher

Wednesday   Sept 30 9:00 am

+ Antonio Correia – Fernando & Oligia Bulhoes

Thursday Oct 01 9:00 am

 + Jose Jacinto Cordeiro – Jaime & Liberta Viveiros

Friday Oct 02 8:30 am

Priest’s Intention

Saturday Oct 03 5:15 pm

+ Guido Zanetti & Caterina’s Parents – Caterina Zanetti

Sunday Oct 04    9:30 am

Mass for the People

                    11:00 am  + Jose O. Cabral, anniversary – Ilda Cabral

   

 

 

Liturgical Roles

 

  

Oct 3 & 4

        

5:15 pm 

 

 

9:30 am 

 

 

11:00 am 

 

 

            
Readers:    

Tom Carty

Terry Cornwall

Sabine Thungu

Eucharistic Ministers:     Donna Johnson Jeannette Berry Tito Santos
Musicians:     Elisabeth Santos   Tom Ward  Elisabeth Santos
 Ushers    

 

Nicole Chenier-Hogan
Chris Hogan
Grace Eves
Kaz Gora
Debbie Lee
Marie Sardinha

 

Jack & Jeannette Berry
Marlene, Mary Teresa & Adam Joslin
Ann Omordia
Jane Tyers

Donna Addison
Magdalene Mloszewska
Lidia Santos
Maria Victoria

Cleaners:    

Nicole Chenier-Hogan
Chris Hogan
Donna Johnson
Lisa Paszkowski

Elijah Bisung
Tom & Trish Black
Marlene, Mary Teresa & Adam Joslin
Evodius Rutta

Magdalene Mloszewska
Lisa Paszkowski
Jeanette Robson
Lidia Santos
Sabine Thungu

 

 

 

25TH ANNIVERSARY MASS Deacon John Ezard will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his Ordination to the Permanent Diaconate in a Mass of Thanksgiving at Holy Family next Saturday, September 26th at 5:15 pm. Deacon John served at Holy Family for 17 years until his retirement several years ago. The deacon “stand[s] in the midst of the community as one who makes present in his person and deeds the servant character of Christ and the Church”. Areas of service include Ministry of Charity, Ministry of the Word and Ministry of Liturgy.

Let us pray for Deacon John, Jocelyne and their family on this special occasion.

 

 

 

PRAYERS FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL: Please remember in your prayers the following: Dale Ezard, Doreen Saunders, David Joseph Tessier, Steve Black, Deacon John Ezard, Bernadette Murphy, Maureen Sherboneau, Tony DeSousa, Pauline Winn, Freda Coyle, Pat Delli Pizzi, Nicholas Murphy, Peter Maclean, Bernadine Myers, Richard Martin, Tom Fukes, Veronica Fukes, Frank Lanigan, Bill Sedore & Paul Gooley.

 

 

 

The Fall issue of Journey is now available on the archdiocesan website through the following link. Enjoy! by clicking here

 

 

  

New Schedules will be emailed separately to Liturgy Readers, Eucharistic Ministers, Ushers and Cleaners. Thank you for helping to make beautiful and safe liturgies for our brothers and sisters in the faith.

 

 

 

Collection for the Needs of the Church in Canada September 26-27, 2020:
Each year, and with the generosity of Catholic faithful from coast to coast to coast, the Bishops of Canada continue their work on important doctrinal and ethical questions; ecumenical initiatives and interreligious dialogue; international relations; evangelization, faith education and catechesis; relations with Indigenous peoples; questions of social justice; and the development of a culture of life and family. In addition to their national Conference, the Bishops of Canada also meet in four Regional Assemblies (Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario and the West). The CCCB and the regional assemblies include the Bishops of the Latin Church, as well as the Eparchial Bishops of the Eastern Catholic Churches. On behalf of all Bishops of Canada, the Most Reverend Richard Gagnon, Archbishop of Winnipeg and CCCB President, shares his gratitude for the continued support of the Church’s pastoral mission through prayers, gestures of kindness, encouragement, and generosity. “I thank all of you for your support and ask the Lord to bless you and your loved ones abundantly, and keep you safe always.”


To receive CCCB news through our free and confidential e-mail service, please fill out the form at this link: https://www.cccb.ca/news/subscribe/
Follow the CCCB on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCCB_CECC

 

 

 

Birthright Kingston Change for Life Baby Bottle Campaign COVID-19 has certainly changed the way we do things. In past years our Baby Bottle campaign has raised much needed funds for our Birthright chapter. This year, in view of safety concerns over the handing out of baby bottles and then handling cash once the bottles are returned, we are holding a “Virtual Baby Bottle Campaign.” If you would like to participate, you can make a donation in one of the following ways:

1. Cheques can be mailed to Birthright Kingston, 93 Queen St., Kingston, Ontario K7K 1A5


2. Credit Card- Go to our website www.kingstonbirthright.ca Click the donate button and follow the prompts. PayPal is a safe site and your information in encrypted.


Your continued support enables us to provide assistance to our most vulnerable and tiniest human beings. Thank you!

 

 

 

Life Chain 2020
The Annual International LIFE CHAIN will take place on Sunday, October 4, 2020 between 2 and 3 p.m. in cities across Canada and the United States. There will not be a Life Chain in Kingston this year. Mary Ellen Douglas, Campaign Life Coalition Kingston President, writes “Please make Sunday, October 4th a day of prayer and fasting for an end to the killing of the unborn, the vulnerable and the elderly. May God bless and keep you and yours safe. For Life, Mary Ellen Douglas”

 

 

 

The media only writes about the sinners and the scandals, but that’s normal, because a tree that falls makes more noise than a forest that grows. ~ Pope Francis

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