We believe as Christians that with the Resurrection of the Lord on the first Easter Sunday that his Resurrection has opened eternal life to us. More and more however, I think the Resurrection, or the life of the Resurrection, is not something that is exclusive to heaven. I think w
Here is our full schedule for Holy Week 2017.
As you may recall the Refugee Family our Parish is sponsoring is hopefully due to arrive in the next three months. A donation tree will be in the South Sherbourne St foyer of the church. If you would like to contribute household goods to the family, please stop by at the end of Mass today.
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish will soon be offering Sacrament of Confirmation preparation classes for young people in grades 7 through 12. If your son or daughter is currently enrolled at Our Lady of Lourdes School, he or she will be registered through the school.
In anticipation of the large crowds expected for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil, we have reserved parking at Monsignor Fraser College on Isabella St for the overflow from our parking lot. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
As we enter Holy Week we will be confronted with the Passion of the Lord Jesus Christ. Without a doubt the Passion is the most difficult part of the Gospel to think about and accept. On the one hand we know that the Passion is central in God’s
Alpha is about sharing the Good News in Jesus Christ. Over the course of ten weeks, Alpha provides a practical introduction to the Christian faith, offering guests an opportunity to explore the meaning of life in a relaxed and friendly setting.
It is not always the easiest thing to say but many of us, at different times, have felt disappointed with God. This week we have the story of Lazarus being brought back to life. The Gospel tells us that Jesus waited two days longer after receiving the message that Lazarus was grav