JANUARY 13, 2019

Saturday Jan 125:15pm+ Fatima Benevides – the Family
Sunday Jan 139:30am+ Maria Ester Silva – Custodio Silva
11:00amMass for the People
MondayJan 14 no scheduled liturgy
TuesdayJan 159:00am+ Joe Ponte & deceased Ponte
& deSousa Families – Fernanda & Family
WednesdayJan 169:00am+ Fatima Benevides – Antonio & Maria Costa
ThursdayJan 179:00am+ Stephen Laughren – the family
1-5:00pmAdoration of the Blessed Sacrament
FridayJan 188:30amPriest’s Intention
Saturday Jan 19 5:15pm+ Roger Castro – Marie & Armando Sardinha
SundayJan 209:30am+ Ken O’Ray – Margie O’Ray
11:00amMass for the People

Liturgical RolesJan 19 & 205:15 p.m.9:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.
Readers:Sarah Jewell
Tom Carty
Carmel Foster
Jane Tyers

Nicole Chenier-Hogan
Tito Santos
Eucharistic Ministers:Dan McParland
Jeannette Berry
Renci Toxopeus
Musicians:Elisabeth Santos
Tom WardElisabeth Santos
Greeters:D. Lee
D. Perry & T. Jodairy--


Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Thursday, January 17th , 1pm to 5pm In addition to our personal intentions, may we also pray that people of each parish will pray and work for unity among Christians and seek to understand ecumenism better (January 18 – 25 is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity)


PRAYERS FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL: Please remember in your prayers the following: Dale Ezard, Doreen Saunders, David Joseph Tessier, Steve Black, Hilda Dubeau, Susan Emberley, Deacon John Ezard, Molly Kirkpatrick, Len Coyle, Al Joslin, Sara Purchase & Bernadette Murphy.


THE TWELFTH ST. JOHN FISHER DINNER will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at the Ambassador Hotel, 1550 Princess Street, Kingston. Reception 5pm, dinner 6pm, $100 per person, $900 table of ten. Tickets at store.cco.ca. Reflect on the plight of Christians in Venezuela with His Eminence, Jorge Cardinal Urosa, Emeritus Archbishop of Caracas. Do religious believers have the right to turn their values into political action? What does it truly mean to have a separation of church and state?


REGIOPOLIS-NOTRE DAME CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Grade 8 Information Night Wed Jan 16, 2019. International Baccalaureate Programme Info Session 5:30 – 6:20pm, Upper Room. General Information Session 6:30pm – Cafetorium, followed by an Open House of classrooms and displays until 8:30pm, 130 Russell Street, 613-545-1902.


WE WELCOME MASS INTENTIONS  The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the most powerful prayer we can offer in remembrance of a dear one who has died, for a special intention or return to good health, to mark a milestone such as a graduation or anniversary, or in thanksgiving for the birth of a child or a new job etc. The mass request may be placed in the collection or called in to the parish office. The offering for an announced mass is $20 and for an unannounced mass is $10. If desired, a card will be sent to family or friends.


Partners in Mission Food Bank – Holy Family Parish will be accepting donations of non-perishable food next weekend, January 19/20 for the Partners in Mission Food Bank. Your support is appreciated.


A Meeting of the Pastoral Council will take place in the parish house on Tues, Jan 22nd at 7pm.


Report on Angel Tree Christmas – This program of Prison Fellowship Canada connects church communities and individuals with the families of inmates through the delivery of a Christmas gift on behalf of the incarcerated parent. Holy Family Parish took part in this program and gifts were purchased and delivered to 10 children in our area before Christmas. Special thanks to Brenda Meltz and her helpers and to a generous parish member for funding the program.


CHURCH BULLETIN ADVERTISING Liturgical Publications will be setting up the advertisements for our church bulletin. The advertising will begin in February 2019 and supports the bulletin service. Please support the bulletin and advertise your product or service. Call Liturgical Publications at 1-800-268-2637.


DEDICATION OF JOURNEYSONGS HYMN BOOKS It is not too late to dedicate one or more Journeysongs hymn books. At the church entrances are forms to help with this. For a donation of $25, a book may be dedicated in memory of someone, in honour of a person or family, or in honour of a baptism, wedding, anniversary or other special occasion.


New Life Group Meeting: a Catholic Ministry for the Separated and Divorced on alternate Tuesday evenings: January 22: Loneliness: learning to Value Self, Group Facilitated. 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. at Francis J. Spence Pastoral Centre, 390 Palace Road, Kingston, (613) 548-4461. All faith denominations are welcome.


GIVE THE GIFT OF SINGING! Children (and grandchildren!) ages 8 and up are invited to sing in a new youth choir at St. Mary’s Cathedral beginning in the New Year. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore a rich tradition of music, and learn about singing in a supportive group setting! Contact Jeffrey Moellman, Director of Music, very soon for details: 613.985.2224 or musicmoell@gmail.com.


PILGRIMAGE TO POLAND: Divine Mercy Centre and Prague, Wroclaw, Krzeszow, Krakow, Lagiewniki, Czestochowa, Salt Mine Wieliczka, Zakopane, Wadowice and more, May 5-15, 2019, $3,200 CAD (taxes & gratuities included) Under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Joseph Machaj. The Pilgrimage is being organized by a Polish travel agency Ivotrans in Poland. For more information please contact Fr. Joseph at (613)962-1092; frjosephmachaj@gmail.com Deadline for Registration is January 31, 2019


HOTEL DIEU HOSPITAL Kingston Health Sciences Centre is recruiting volunteers to spend time with patients and families in clinic and post-surgical areas, at the Information Desk in the main lobby, and in their Boutique, Café and Snack Cart. Every interaction improves the patient and family experience. If you can commit to a 2-3 hour shift each week, please visit www.hoteldieu.com or call 613-548-2359 (select option 1). Consideration given to snowbirds, cottagers, travellers, etc.






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