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5th Sunday of Easter (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.


CWL 50/50 Winner!

As part of their rummage sale at the beginning of March, Catholic Women’s League had 50/50 raffle draw with a winning jack-pot of $268.00. The winning ticket number was #725734. Unfortunately, the winning ticket does not have the contact information needed to contact the winner.

Lourdes Food Bank Needs You!

Lourdes Food Bank is looking for volunteers for the sorting of food, preparation of hampers, and clean up we need the following shifts filled: Monday from 1-3:00pm we are looking for two people; Wednesday from 9-11:30am we need two people; Wednesdays from 1-3:00pm we also need two people; and Thursdays from 1-3:00pm we need one person.

4th Sunday of Easter (Note & Bulletin)

Last year was my first time presiding at Confirmations. Of the different sacraments, Confirmation is the one that seems downplayed, like in a way it is no big deal, like it is some kind of graduation.


Pastor's Pen, 3rd Sunday of Easter

One of the most interesting things about almost all the first resurrection accounts is that the disciples and apostles did not recognize the Risen Lord.  For example, Mary Magdalene thought he was a gardener; St. Peter though he was a man standing on the beach; and today, two disciples though the Risen Lord was simply an intriguing conversationalist.


Pastor's Pen, 2nd Sunday of Easter

We tend to be either optimists or pessimists. For some the glass is always half empty, while for others it is always half full.


Pastor's Pen, Easter Sunday

I was devastated when my father died. I was sixteen years old and my father had been the most important person in my life. We would work together around the house on weekends, we would watch old cowboy or war movies together after our Saturday chores, and for most evenings, we would drive to some small arena for hockey practice or a game.

Palm Sunday

Towards the end of my first year in Jamaica, the late spring of 2010, our neighbourhood was traumatized by incredible violence. The government had first sent in the police and then the army to arrest the major gang leader. Two of us remained at the church so that we could stay with the people.


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