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2016 Donations & Tax Receipts

According to Tax laws, the Church can only issue income tax receipts for 2016 for donations received by the Church in 2016. If the office receives any money after December 31st (either in the offertory basket or in the mail) the donation can only be used in 2017.

1st Advent (Bulletin)

On this 1st Sunday of Advent, we are reminded to be on our guard, to be prepared and to live in the courage that faith brings. The expectation of God’s coming among us is intensified during this season, but we cultivate it in our lives and in our world throughout the year. This is not a time of anxious waiting, with worry and fear of destruction and punishment.

Advent Begins

As the Church, God’s People, we take these 4 weeks of Advent to help us nurture our longing for God’s coming in the special way that is Christmas. The season is a time of joyful hope and of spiritual expectation and anticipation.

Christ the King (Note & Bulletin)

In the Spiritual Exercises, St Ignatius asks three questions:

New Sunday Missals

The new Liturgical Year begins on Sunday, November 27th, with the 1st Sunday of Advent. The new missals will then be in the pews.

Development & Peace for Ecological Justice

At the COP21, Canada committed to investing $2.65 billion by 2020 to support countries of the Global South that are severely affected by climate change. While there are many ways to respond to climate change, we believe that agriculture must be at the heart of proposed solutions.

33rd Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

When my parents were growing up it was common for people to think that our world was always getting better, and that they would enjoy a higher quality of life than their parents.  By the time I came around such a “positive” idea was breaking apart.  When we look at our world it sometimes seems as if humanity hasn’t learned much, that we ca

32nd Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

When I first entered the Jesuits a Jesuit priest asked me when was I going to stop worrying about my lack of fidelity to God and focus on God’s fidelity to me.  Most of us are concerned about our difficulties in living the Christian life, that is, our own lack of being faithful.  It’s normal for us to worry about such things such as, the consistency and

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