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Laudato Si'

Laudato Si'

The much anticipated and hotly debated encyclical from Pope Francis was released by The Holy See Thursday, and whatever your feelings on Our Church's current position in worldly affairs, you're bound to have an opinion to share.

11th Sunday (Bulletin)

Today's liturgy presents to us two short parables of Jesus: the parable of the seed that grows of its own accord and the parable of the mustard seed (cf. Mk 4:26-34). With images taken from the farming world the Lord presents the mystery of the Word and of the Kingdom of God, and points out the reasons for our hope and our dedication.

Marygrove Camp Collection

This weekend there will be an opportunity for those of you who may wish to contribute to the St Vincent de Paul's Marygrove Camp. Envelopes will be made available in your pews and we ask you to please place your envelopes in the Offertory basket with the regular Offertory collection. Thank you for your generosity and support. 

Annual Parish Bazaar

Have You Done Your Spring Cleaning Yet? The time is drawing near. Our Parish Bazaar will be held next Saturday, June 20th. Start to organize the things you would like to bring for the sale. If you are thinking of bringing in "gently used‟ clothing, please ensure that the items are clean.

Corpus Christi (Bulletin)

Today is the feast in which the Church praises the Lord for the gift of the Eucharist. While on Holy Thursday we commemorate its institution at the Last Supper, today is for giving thanks and adoration. And in fact, there is a traditional procession with the Most Holy Sacrament on this day. To adore Eucharistic Jesus and to walk with him.

Trinity Sunday (Note & Bulletin)

I remember when we were training to be ordained priests, we had one class call “Presiding.”  In this class, we were taught how to preside at the different sacraments.  Each week we would all take turns practicing our presiding in front of the others.  When it came time for me to demonstrate my “skills” presiding at the Liturgy of the Euc

3 Moments of The Day

Many will remember Fr Chris Collins from our Lenten Mission, in March. The theme of the Mission was "Living the Morning Offering". Fr Chris’ book, 3 Moments of the Day elaborates on the themes we heard in his reflections and introduces readers to a powerful approach to the Sacred Heart devotion and classic Ignatian spirituality.

Novena to the Sacred Heart

You are invited to join us in a Novena to the Sacred Heart, June 3-11th. The Novena will take place here in the church at 4:30pm Monday—Friday, and 4:00pm on Saturday & Sunday.

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