Our Lady of Fatima Council #824 will hold their regular monthly council meeting on Thursday, October 10 at 7 pm in the council chambers.
There will be a gathering on October 5 after the Saturday 5 pm Mass in the Knight of Columbus room. We will present the different topics for the next ten months 2019-2020. There will be a light lunch, fellowship and rosary. Please enter via the Adoration Chapel side entrance (Dorchester … Continue reading
PRESENTATION ON THE ICON OF OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE: Given by Graydon Nicholas, former Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick Thursday, October 3 at 6:30 pm in the Knights of Columbus Room. Use the side door on Dorchester St. All are welcome!
Religious education classes will begin this weekend. Registration forms are available at the back of the church or can be sent to you via email. Classes are for grades K through 9 and are held on Sunday mornings from 9-10:15 am in the Basilica lower level. Please contact Pat Wiedemer … 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
Monthly First Saturday Gatherings honoring Blessed Virgin Mary will resume in October, following Saturday evening mass at the Basilica. All are welcome. If you have a special interest in Marian Shrines or know someone who visited one, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org: 902-628-2397.
St. Dunstan’s Annual Christmas Concert is scheduled for Friday December 20 at 7 pm, and will showcase the works of acclaimed choral composer John Rutter, including his spectacular “Gloria” as well as the Shepherd’s Pipe Carol, Candlelight Carol, and other favourites. Also on the program will be David Hamilton’s cantata … 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.
1ST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH: Parishioners who are able to donate non perishable food items, please bring them to the weekend masses for the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry. Donations may be left near the angel holy water fonts at the entrance to the church. We hope that you … Continue reading
Automatic debit is an option for those who would like to contribute using that means. Please contact the Parish Office for information.
The church building, which was to become the first cathedral of the newly-formed Diocese of Charlottetown in 1829, was erected on the site of the present church in 1816. It was replaced by a larger wooden building in 1843, which itself gave way to a magnificent stone structure, destroyed by … Continue reading
Scented products such as perfume and cologne can aggravate health problems for some people. Please refrain from wearing scented products at Mass. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
THE-HEART-OF-THE-MATTER: A Marriage Preparation Course for Modern Couples in the Catholic Church: Contact Pat Wiedemer at 902-393-6047 email@example.com
The bulletins with advertising are going to print late this coming week. The bulletins are free of charge to St. Dunstan’s as the costs are covered by the advertisements. If you own a business and would like to get some information or are interested in advertising, please call 902-314-5307. The … Continue reading