200 Weller Ave, Kingston Ontario Canada K7K 5B5 holyfamilychurch@cogeco.ca 613-542-8587

Holy Family Parish Kingston Ontario

SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT   FEBRUARY 25, 2018

 

Saturday Feb 24 5:15 pmIntentions of Bill Eves – Nichole Chenier-Hogan & Chris Hogan
Sunday Feb 259:30amMass for the People
11:00am+ Rita Witjes – Ted & Barb Kennedy
MondayFeb 26no scheduled liturgy
TuesdayFeb 279:00am+ Joe Ponte & Ponte & deSousa Families – Fernanda Ponte
WednesdayFeb 289:00amIntentions of Carmel Foster – Terry Cornwall
ThursdayMar 019:00am+ Fatima Benevides - John & Jessica Benevides
1-5pmAdoration of the Blessed Sacrament
FridayMar 028:30am + Rev. Charles Gazeley – Maria & Armando Sardinha
5:15 pmTHE WAY OF THE CROSS
Saturday Mar 035:15pm+ Sister May Bastos – Fernanda Ponte
SundayMar 049:30am Mass for the People
11:00am+ Alice & Josephine Ingoldsby & Family (living & deceased)- Karen Ingoldsby

 


 

 

Liturgical RolesMar 3 & 45:15 p.m.10:00 a.m.11:00 a.m.
Readers:Grace Eves
Marianne Thompson
Carmel Foster
Donna McNeill
Lidia & Tito Santos
Eucharistic Ministers:Dan McParlandJeannette BerryRenci Toxopeus
Musicians:Elisabeth SantosTom WardElisabeth Santos
Greeters:D. LeeD. & P. Szumlanski

 


The Way of the Cross   will be held at Holy Family each Friday in Lent at 5:15 pm. All are invited to take part in this beautiful prayer of the church.

The three pillars of Lent are prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Some suggestions for this week are

  • Fast from negativity  > fast from comparing ourselves with others > fast from eating between meals
  • Attend Holy Mass through the week, maybe daily  > Read a chapter of the Bible each day, especially the four gospels > Recite Chaplet of Divine Mercy  www.thedivinemercy.org/message/devotions/praythechaplet.php
  • Be less critical of our family members  > call a family member we don’t usually call > tell someone about Jesus

 

MEET & GREET SOCIAL  at Holy Family in the Parish House after the 9:30 and 11:00 am masses this Sunday, February 25th. All are welcome!

 

Tax Receipts  for 2017 are available at the main entrance.

 

PRAYERS FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL:  Please remember in your prayers the following: Dale Ezard, Deacon John Ezard, Molly Kirkpatrick, Doreen Saunders, David Tessier, Steve Black, Barbara Martin, Hilda Dubeau, Roger Castro, Bernadette Murphy, Rick Coupland, Bill Eves, Joyce Doucette, Julianna Edward, Frank Joyce & Albert Martin.

 

An Evening with Development and Peace  Pope Francis Village is our response to the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Come and hear about the enthusiastic response of the people, giving homes to 550 families. The screening of the film (about 25 minutes) will take place at Holy Family Church, 200 Weller Street (at Wiley) on Wednesday, February 28th at 7:00 p.m. Luke Stocking, the Central Ontario Animator, will lead the conversation. All are welcome.

 

It’s Fun Fair Planning Time Again!  Interested parishioners and friends are invited to a Fun Fair planning meeting in St. Francis of Assisi School on Wednesday March 7th at 10 am (meet in the school lobby). The Fun Fair is held each year in May and raises welcome funds for both church and school while providing a happy time for children, neighbours and parish members.

 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  – 1pm to 5pm, Thursday, March 1st In addition to our personal intentions, may we also pray that the Church may appreciate the urgency of formation in spiritual discernment, both on the personal and communitarian levels (Holy Father’s intention for March)

 

Parking Mon-Friday for Funerals  at Holy Family An exemption has been obtained from the City of Kingston allowing us to park on the same side of Weller Avenue as our Church for funerals, parking at least 45 feet (15 meters) back from the intersection of Weller Avenue and Wiley Street. If someone is parked in that area they will be ticketed. Farther back on Weller Avenue is permitted.

 

Providence Spirituality Centre  Lenten Announcements Please see the bulletin boards for information about a Day of Reflection Monday, March 12th and a Holy Week Directed Retreat.

 

Lenten Gospel Reflections  with Bishop Robert Barron Go to Wordonfire.org and follow the prompts to sign up for these powerful daily reflections.

 

This week we think about our Development and Peace partner  in Lebanon that contributes to peace by fostering cultural and religious tolerance. Adyan offers conferences, training sessions and workshops on peace, reconciliation and peaceful coexistence.

 

Living Faith,  a Saturday Morning Program for families looking to deepen their understanding and practice of the Catholic faith. At Holy Name School in Kingston Mills (370 Kingston Mills Rd) from 10:00 until Noon. Groups for adults (babies welcome), teens and children. Mid-morning social break with snacks. Upcoming dates: March 3, 24, April 7, 21. For more information contact Chantal & Tony Hamilton at tallytone@gmail.com or 613 305 1606. There is joy in sharing your faith with other families.

 

2018 World Day of Prayer  Join in an ecumenical and global hour of praise and prayer – ‘All God’s Creation Is Very Good’. Friday March 2, 2 p.m. at Strathcona Park Presbyterian Church, 244 McMahon Ave. The Rev. Heidi De Jonge preaching, and special music by Jenny Shepherd of Picton. Information: Donna Delacretaz, adelacretaz@cogeco.ca 613-536-1626.

 

ST. PATRICK’S DAY MUSICAL AFTERNOON  Thursday, 8 March 2018, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 392 Palace Road, Kingston. Music by local musicians Chris Murphy, Jon McLurg and Brian Flynn (of Turpin’s Trail). Light refreshments in the parish hall. Come and bring a friend or two! A free-will monetary offering would be appreciated.

 

Development and Peace  Solidarity Visitor Felix Morka, a human rights lawyer from Nigeria, is coming to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 490 Days Road, Kingston, on Sat March 10th, 12 noon- 3pm. A light lunch will be served to begin the presentation. Call 613-384-2665 or 613-766-2376 to register or receive information.

 

Petition to the House of Commons on protecting faith-based employers from discrimination in the Summer Jobs Program  https://www.campaignlifecoalition.com/petition/id/19 

 

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