29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
OCTOBER 22, 2017
|Saturday||Oct 21||5:15pm||Intentions of Bill & Grace Eves by Pamela & Family|
|Sunday||Oct 22||9:30am||Mass for the People|
|11:00am||+ Joe Ponte & deceased Ponte & DeSousa Families|
|Monday||Oct 23||------||no scheduled liturgy |
|7:00pm||Parish Rosary Hour|
|Tuesday||Oct 24||9:00am||+ Jim & Phyllis Black by Tom & Trish Black & Family|
|Wednesday||Oct 25||9:00am||+ Alice & Josephine Ingoldsby & their family by Karen Ingoldsby|
|Thursday||Oct 26||9:00am||+ Francesco Ippolito by Maria Rosa Gencarelli|
|1-5pm||Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction|
|Friday||Oct 27||8:30am||Priest’s Intention|
|Saturday||Oct 28||5:15pm||+ Luciano, Joao & Maria dos Anjos Benevides by Fatima Benevides|
|Sunday||Oct 29||9:30am||+ Jim & Margaret Madden by Jo-Ann & Adrian Kusters|
|11:00am||Mass for the People|
|Liturgical Roles||Oct 28 & 29||5:15 p.m.||9:30 a.m.||11:00 a.m.|
|Eucharistic Ministers:||Christine Jewell||David Ibbott||Sister Helen Russell|
|Musicians:||Elisabeth Santos||Tom Ward||Elisabeth Santos|
|Greeters:||D. Lee||D. & P. Szumlanski|
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Holy Hours ending with Benediction 1 – 5 pm Thursday
In addition to our personal intentions, may we also pray that all workers may receive respect and protection of their rights, and that the unemployed may receive the opportunity to contribute to the common good (intention of Pope Francis for October)
WE WELCOME NEW ADORERS TO SPEND A QUIET HOUR WITH OUR LORD
PRAYERS FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL: Please remember in your prayers the following: Dale Ezard, Deacon John Ezard, Elaine Watier, Molly Kirkpatrick, Doreen Saunders, David Tessier, Steve Black, Barbara Martin, Hilda Dubeau, Roger Castro, Marilyn Sagriff, Theresa Whalen-Witjes, Veronica Fukes, Bernadette Murphy & Rick Coupland.
A Meeting of the Parish Pastoral Council will be held this Wednesday, October 25th at 7pm in the Parish House. At this meeting we will welcome the newly elected members and decide on the Chair and Vice-Chair positions. Details of the new membership and executive positions will be announced next week!
MEET & GREET SOCIAL at Holy Family in the Parish House after the 9:30 and 11:00 am masses next Sunday, October 29th. If you would like to contribute squares, cookies or loaves, please sign a sheet provided at the church entrances.
Legion of Mary Retreat Day – Saturday, November 4, 2017, at St. Joseph Church, Kingston. All are welcome! Rosary 8:30 am & Eucharist 9:00 am. Please bring your own brown bag lunch. The day will end by 2:00 pm. For more information, contact Cheryl at 613-929-0777
ROSARY BEFORE ALL WEEKEND MASSES IN OCTOBER We are invited to come 20 minutes early and join in the Holy Rosary.
PARISH ROSARY HOUR Parishioners will gather on Monday evening from 7 to 8pm for the Holy Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
Anne-Sylvie Asso’o of Fondation le coeur sur la main writes: On the behalf of our little angels, our staff and Sister Christine, who is in charge of the orphanage we sponsor, we would like to sincerely thank the Holy Family community. We are grateful for all the donations we collected. We received each one of them. Thank you for responding to our request, God bless.
TODAY WE CELEBRATE WORLD MISSION SUNDAY! We are called to offer our prayers and generous financial support, through the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, for the worldwide mission of Christ. We are asked to reach out to the peripheries, people in remote villages, towns and cities, by using the witness and work of missionaries and local priests. Please keep all missionaries in your daily prayers.
Partners in Mission Food Bank – Holy Family Parish is accepting non-perishable food donations this weekend, Oct 21/22 for the Partners in Mission Food Bank. Thank you for your support!
ATTENTION ALL CRAFTERS! Earn extra money for Christmas! Rent a table at Holy Family Parish, Kingston, for our ninth annual HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE, Saturday & Sunday, December 2 & 3, 2017 at St. Francis of Assisi School, 114 Wiley Street, Kingston. Limited spaces available at $20.00 per table, paid in advance. Tables will be supplied. For further information and to book your table, contact Sandy at 613-548-3761.
The World Remembers (an alternate Remembrance Day Commemoration – An Evening of Peace)
at the Performance Hall at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. General Admission $29.00. Tickets 613.533.2424 or THE ISABEL and PEACEQUEST Kingston present
Hotel Dieu Hospital/St. Mary’s Cathedral launch 2017 Coat Drive Starting Oct. 23 Hotel Dieu Hospital/St. Mary’s Cathedral will be collecting clean, gently used winter coats for distribution to the community. Washable, down-filled-style coats and ski jackets are particularly needed, plus men’s XL/XXL/XXXL sizes. Coats can be dropped off at the Sydenham St. entrance of Hotel Dieu Hospital during regular business hours. The collection period runs Oct. 23 to Nov. 17. For details, call 613-544-3400, ext. 4204.
The CWL of St. John the Apostle Catholic Church would like to invite everyone to join us in celebrating the 75th Anniversary of our League and the 76th Anniversary of our Parish on Saturday, October 28 at the 4:30 Mass. Following Mass, there will be cake, coffee, tea and juice downstairs. Please join us for these joyous events! All welcome!
BILLINGS LIFE CLINIC The Billings Ovulation Method is based on a woman’s naturally occurring signs of fertility and is applicable during all stages of her reproductive life. Next clinic is Mon.October 23rd at St. Paul the Apostle Church in room D from 7-8 pm (patio entrance).
Call us at (613) 544-8495 or email: email@example.com.
FILM – The Last Breath, at the Heart of the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal Monday, October 23, 2017 at 5:45pm & 8:15pm at The Screening Room, Kingston. Screening and Q&A hosted by filmmaker Annabel Loyola. Information: https://hoteldieufilm.com
Ontario Liberals introduce draconian anti-free speech legislation
On October 4, 2017, Liberal MPP Yasir Naqvi announced that the Kathleen Wynne government will ban all pro-life prayer vigils and gatherings from the vicinity of abortion mills, including those peacefully held on public property. This means that in future, 40 Days For Life campaigns will become illegal in Ontario, along with other forms of pro-life expression. Read CLC’s reaction to the proposed legislation.
If you live in Ontario, please sign our petition against the “No Free Speech Zone” legislation here, and share it with your friends. CLC is aiming to deliver petitions to all 107 of Ontario’s elected Members of Provincial Parliament. As such, we’re asking for volunteers who would be willing to personally approach the MPP at their constituency office and ask that they present the petition in the legislature, on behalf of constituents. If you’re interested in being one of our pro-life ambassadors for this petition campaign, please email us
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