Author Archives: Leo Marchildon
Dear People of St. Dunstan’s, I am writing this to let you know that I am thinking of you and praying for you every day. We’re living in a most unfamiliar situation. It’s easy to be afraid. The disruption the current state of affairs has brought to our daily routine … Continue reading
With 2 cases of Covid-19 been reported in Prince Edward Island, authorities are now referring to the spread of the virus as a pandemic so people are becoming anxious; Parishioners are wondering what precautions should be taken during our Liturgies. I therefore ask you to consider implementing the following until … Continue reading
Parishioners are invited to make a donation towards Easter Flowers in memory of a loved one. Please indicate your loved one’s name, your name (Env. number) and place it in the collection basket or by dropping them off to the office. To be printed in the bulletin, names and donations … Continue reading
Additional Eucharistic Ministers are needed for all the weekend Masses. If you are not already involved in a liturgical ministry, and would like to serve, please contact Joyce White: 902- 367-5701 or Fr. Keith 902-894-3486. Formation will be provided. Many thanks to those already serving.
DISCUSSION GROUP: (Adults 16+) on the Catechism of the Catholic Church before the 10:30 am mass on Sunday mornings. We will meet in the parish office from 9:15-10:15. Contact Pat Wiedemer for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 Tax Receipts are available on the table at the church entrance. They are in numerical order. There are sheets available in alphabetical order to help you find your envelope number if needed.
All proceeds from the sale of these Calendars are in support of parishes in Canada’s far north and are available at the Parish Office, for a suggested donation of $15.00.
For anyone who used envelopes this past year, there remain some sets to be picked up at the back of the church. Anyone not currently using envelopes and wanting them for the new year, there are additional sets at the back of the church. Please fill out the sheet available … Continue reading
As earlier this year, the parish is partnering with the Holland College Heritage Carpentry Program to re- build/repair the front doors of the church. As you likely have noticed the south doors have been removed, and are being worked on.
ST. DUNSTAN’S ST. VINCENT DE PAUL would like to thank all parishioners who donate non perishable food items on the 1st Sunday of each month to help keep our pantry stocked for those in need of food. Since the ban on using plastic bags has come into effect, parishioners have … Continue reading
Be a Greeter at Mass! A wonderful way to volunteer at the parish. Be a warm welcome and a smiling face as you greet those attending Mass. This ministry is open to parishioners in junior high through adulthood. Families are encouraged to serve together as well as catechism classes. Please … Continue reading
The Crew is a great place to ask questions and learn about our Catholic faith through games, talks and praise & worship. If you are in grades 8-12, join us in the Glastonbury Hall of St. Dunstan’s Basilica every Thursday from 7 – 9pm. “You, dear young people, are not … Continue reading
An invitation is extended to everyone—individuals, couples, families, catechetical classes—to become involved in taking up the Gifts at our Saturday afternoon—Sunday celebrations of the Eucharist. To facilitate this, a binder with signup sheets is available at the main entrance of the church. It would be great if you would sign … Continue reading
Upper Room PEI will be starting Tuesday, September 24. Upper Room is a weekly gathering for young adults seeking a deeper relationship with Christ. We meet every Tuesday in Glastonbury Hall of St. Dunstan’s Basilica for an hour of adoration followed by time for fellowship. The Holy Hour includes praise … Continue reading
A suggestion has been made that children at Mass should be accompanied to the washroom downstairs by a parent rather than going on their own. In the interest of safety, this is a prudent practice to follow. If your child has such a need, please go with them.