Bulletin

24TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME ~ SEPTEMBER 16, 2018

 


Saturday SEPT 155:15 pm+ Elvira & John Pacheco – Ilda Cabral
Sunday SEPT 169:30 am+ Patricia Zebedee – Karen & Terry Cooper & Family
11:00 amMass for the People
MondaySEPT 17 no scheduled liturgy
7:00-8:00 pmParish Rosary Hour
TuesdaySEPT 18 9:00 am+ Joe Ponte & Ponte & deSousa Families – Fernanda Ponte
WednesdaySEPT 19 9:00 amSouls in Purgatory – Ines Costa
ThursdaySEPT 209:00 am+ Rita Hussman – Ken Balkwill
1- 5pmAdoration of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction
FridaySEPT 218:30 am + Margaret Dalton
Saturday SEPT 225:15 pm+ Aldina Raposo & son John – Maria da Conceicao Tadeu
SundaySEPT 239:30 am+ Ken O’Ray – Betty McCambridge
11:00 amMass for the People

 



 

Liturgical RolesSep 22 & 235:15 p.m.9:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.
Readers:Marie & Armando Sardinha
Terry Cornwall
Carmel Foster
Lidia Santos
Ann Omordia
Eucharistic Ministers:Teresa Dodwell
Jeannette Berry
Renci Toxopeus
Musicians:Elisabeth Santos
Tom WardElisabeth Santos
Greeters:
D. Szumlanski
RM Hickey


 

The Archdiocese of Kingston’s annual Red Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at 7 pm, at St. Mary’s Cathedral. Archbishop Brendan M. O’Brien will preside. All judges, lawyers, and others who work in the justice system – and those who would like to pray for them and for justice – are invited to attend. This year, the Mass will take place the evening before the Opening of the Courts. A wine and cheese reception will follow at the Cathedral’s parish centre. For further information, please contact Christina Rorabeck at 613-545-9896 Christina@rstlaw.ca or Father Shawn Hughes at fathershawnjhughes@gmail.com.

 

Coins for Life: On September 22/23, 2018 the Coins for Life containers which some of you have been filling with your donations, will be picked up after all Masses. We appreciate your generosity to CLC as we continue in our attempts to save the lives of the unborn and the vulnerable. Sponsored by Campaign Life Coalition -389-4472 or 382-1084.

 

Parish Rosary Hour Parishioners will gather in the church on Monday evening, September 17th, from 7 to 8 pm for the Holy Rosary, Chaplet of Divine Mercy & prayers for our special intentions.

On September 13, 1917, Our Lady appeared for the fifth time to the children of Fatima. Our Lady has a special role in the salvation of her children, which includes all of us. Devotion to the Immaculate Heart is of great value to each of us and to the future of the human race.

 

RECEPTIONIST for the Pastoral Centre of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kingston Please see the bulletin boards for details about this job opportunity.

 

The September meeting of the Pastoral Council will be held on Tuesday, September 18th at 7:00 pm in the parish house.

 

Partners in Mission Food Bank – Holy Family Parish will be accepting non-perishable food donations this weekend, September 15 & 16, for the Partners in Mission Food Bank. If someone is available to deliver the items to the food bank this month, please call the office at 613-542-8587, as our regular volunteers will be away. Thank you!

 

Holy Family Pilgrimage on YouTube To find a link to our pilgrimage, visit holyfamilyparishkingston.ca then click “Parish Up-to-the-Minute”, then Holy Family Pilgrimage. Nice photos all!

 

Franciscan Mission Association We were pleased recently to forward a money order in the amount of $1,753.83 US to the Franciscan Mission Association. This represents the very generous donations from our parish following the visit by Friar Piotrek Dabek, OFM Conv. in late July. In 2017, donations totalled $1,625.69 US. Thank you for your generous support of the Franciscan missions.

 

Junior Liturgy has resumed at our 9:30 am Sunday mass.

 

PRAYERS FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL: Please remember in your prayers the following: Dale Ezard, Doreen Saunders, David Joseph Tessier, Steve Black, Barbara Martin, Hilda Dubeau, Susan Emberley, Lorraine Lance, Roger Castro, Deacon John Ezard, Molly Kirkpatrick & Scott Savage.

 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Thursday, September 20 , 1pm to 5pm “Could you not watch one hour with me?” In addition to our personal intentions, may we also pray in thanksgiving to God for the Faith and Mission of the Congregations of Women Religious (Sister Helen Russell csj celebrates 50 years this month & Sister Sheila Langton sp 63 years)

 

Campaign Life Coalition’s annual Life Chain will take place this year on Sunday, September 30, 2018. Please come and bring your family and friends. Meet at the Newlands pavilion next to Murney Tower at 1:45 for opening prayers and go from there to King St. across from Kingston General Hospital where more than 38,000 babies have been killed by abortion since 1971. Life Chain takes place from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

 

The Sexual Abuse Crisis: What is being done?
Many of you may be suffering from the distressing news regarding the sexual abuse by priests. I would be very happy to sit down with anyone to listen and discuss how we can respond. Please see me after mass or call for an appointment. I would also direct you to view Bishop Robert Barron’s Youtube video. Just enter Bishop Barron Q&A About the Sexual Abuse Crisis and also his video Why Remain Catholic? (With So Much Scandal). As well, please review the statement by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops available at the church entrances. Friar Jim

 

Billings Life is a science-based method of fertility management that respects the sacredness of life from the moment of conception. It is based on a woman’s natural signs of fertility and infertility. The next clinic is Monday, Sept. 24th at St. Paul the Apostle Church from 7-8 (patio entrance). Call us at 613-544-8495 or email: kingston@naturalfamilyplanning.ca

 

First annual FISH FRY on Friday, September 21st from 5-7 pm. Tickets on sale NOW. Adults $15. Children $7. Family $40. Includes all the fixings. Blessed Sacrament, 3 Briscoe Street, Amherstview, ON. For tickets please call: Marie at: 613-384-8238 by September 17th.

 

FALL CONCERT On Thursday, 4 October 2018, at St. Joseph’s Church, 392 Palace Road, Kingston, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. with the local talents of Chris Murphy, Jon McClurg and Brian Flynn, in a Thanksgiving Day Concert. Please come, bring a friend or two, and enjoy two hours of music and fellowship. Light refreshments will be served. A free-will monetary offering would be appreciated.

 

 

 

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