May 2017

7th Eastern Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

One of the strongest images from my time in Jamaica occurred with the military incursion on our neighbourhood in which so many people were killed.  At one point I remember cautiously looking out a window and seeing a crowd of about fifty women and children screaming and running up the lane to seek safety from the army’s gunshots.  When we have experiences like


6th Eastern Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

When I became Pastor of St Annie’s in Jamaica I was warned about a difficult person who was not well liked by the others members of the church.  She knew this and so she would do things to try to irritate them even more.  One of her best techniques was to sing during the Prayers of the Faithful.  The more it bothered people,


Parish Picnic

Mark the NEW date!


Pope's Pastoral Works

This weekend, Sunday, May 21st for those who wish, there will be an opportunity to contribute to the Pope’s Pastoral Works. Envelopes will be in the pews during all of our Sunday Masses. Please put your offering in the collection basket during the Offertory Collection.


Under Construction, Again!

You will have noticed that work has begun once again on the west courtyard outside Bernadette Hall. Work on the parking lot will begin fully the week of May 22nd. Once the work begins on the new drainage system, we will be unable to use the parking lot.


5th Eastern Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

When we first entered as Jesuit novices, I can remember being impressed by some, thinking them terrific, and not being so impressed with others.  And if family or friends came to visit we tended to be so excited to introduce them to those we thought were terrific and trying to avoid those we were less impressed with.  I may have felt that their opin


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