Author Archives: Leo Marchildon
We are excited to be welcoming students back for in-person classes this Sunday, October17 from 10 to 10:45 am! Public Health protocols will be observed. Our coordinator, Sandra Bourque, is in on-going touch with parents. To register your child(ren), or if you have any questions, please email Sandra at email@example.com … Continue reading
Fr. Keith will be away from the parish working with a group next weekend. No Confessions next Saturday afternoon.
On Sunday October 24, at 7 pm at St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral (7 All Souls Lane), the Royal College of Church Organists will present a Hallowe’en concert of eerie poems and spooky organ musicperformed by Leo Marchildon, Don Fraser, and many more. Admission is by free will offering. Children under … Continue reading
We have an overabundance in storage. If you would like one or more, theyare free for the taking. Contact the parish office 902-894-3486.
As in previous years, the Heritage Carpentry Program at Holland College will berefurbishing a set of the front doors of our church—thisyear on the North side. We appreciate the great care they take and the skill they apply to this work of restoration.
The Knights of Columbus will hold their regularmonthly council meeting Thursday, October 14 at 7 pmin the council chambers.
We, the Catholic Bishops of Canada, gathered in Plenary this week, take this opportunity to affirm to you, the Indigenous Peoples of this land, that we acknowledge the suffering experienced in Canada’sIndian Residential Schools. Many Catholic religious communities and dioceses participated in this system, which led to the suppression of … Continue reading
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, God has blessed me abundantly in so many ways. Particularly, the Lord has blessed me with you, with your fervent support and especially your prayers. Today, I share good news with you. I met with my Oncologist today. He informed me that the radiation … Continue reading
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. Public Health protocols are followed. Thank you.
After receiving and reviewing the several applications received for the advertised position,the hiring committee decided it best to split the position into two half-times. Michelle Therriault will work mornings, Monday through Friday. Bill McGuire, in the afternoons of the same days. Both parishioners, we welcome Michelle and Bill, and thank … Continue reading
The lift in the church, installed many years ago, has had a substantial history of breaking down. After many repairs over a number of years, we have been told that the technology is outdated and irreparable. This past spring, we ordered new technology. After several months of waiting, it has … Continue reading
Mask-wearing is required. Physical distancing, hand-sanitizing, and staying home if feeling unwell or are required to be in self-isolation.
Weekday masses will be held in the main church. Work continues on the lower level. Confessions downstairs as usual.
Please refrain from strong scents and perfumes at Mass. There are a number of people who have allergies, and are sensitive to them. Many thanks!
Envelopes for May have been attached to this week’s bulletin. Sincere thank you to those who have contributed thus far. For your information, our average annual fuel consumption, over the past five years, amounts to 53,351.96 liters, at an average yearly cost of $40,221.09. In addition to other conservation measures … Continue reading