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Bulletin – 2nd Sunday Of Advent, December 10, 2017

December 10, 2nd Sunday Of Advent

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Here is your opportunity to give us some feedback. Tell us what’s good or what’s bad.  Make suggestions. Ask us questions. Ask for prayers for your special intentions (let us know if you’d like us to share them with the parish community). Unfortunately we get busy around the Masses and it can be hard or …

Homilies

June 4, 2017 – Pentecost Sunday Deacon Alan Pentecost2017 – Text of Homily May 21, 2017 – 6th Sunday Of Easter Father Frank April 30, 2017 – 3rd Sunday Of Easter – St. Leos Students First Communion Father Frank April 23, 2017 – The 2nd Sunday Of Easter – Divine Mercy Deacon Alan April 16, 2017 …

Morning Offering

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Daily Mass Readings

Daily Mass Readings – Canada This is the only Canadian link I know of.  The Canadian Lectionary uses the NSRV translation of the Bible and the Canadian calendar of feast days. Daily Readings and Relections From the USCCB The USCCB Lectionary uses the NAB translation of the Bible and uses a calendar of feast days …

Learn More About Our Beautiful Faith

Here is a list of CDs produced by Lighthouse Catholic Media. Titles_Listing I have them all!  If you are interested in borrowing any of them, let me know.  Piracy of this media is theft, so I am willing to lend them to you but ask you not make copies. (That is also why I do …

Liturgical Ministries

We are a parish family with many and varied gifts offered for the service of God’s people. Our ministries, committees and organizations are staffed by volunteers who share their time and talent. These are the heart and soul of our parish family-individuals who minister to members of our parish, our community, our neighbors. It is …

RCIA

This page is intended as a resource for those in the RCIA program but is a good resource for all of us in our knowledge of our faith. Archdiocese of Toronto website http://www.wearecatholic.ca/ Catholics Come Home www.catholicscomehome.org Reconciliation Real Meaning Of Penance marriage-holy-orders rcia-confirmation rcia-baptism-confirmation rcia-sacraments   Please note that the video “10 The History of …

3 comments

    • Melanie Biscaro on January 3, 2016 at 3:25 pm
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    I am not sure where to begin. I have looked on your website for a private email section but was unable to find it. I need to get a copy of my baptism certificate so I can proceed on getting my daughter baptized. Can someone please contact me with a number or email of who I should speak too. Thank you in advance for all everything.

    • Norm Davis on September 10, 2014 at 11:09 pm
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    Preaching peace in our hearts is a lot more christian than preaching holy war, but sometimes killing is necessary and the lesser of evils. I believe there is no such thing as a holy war, but defending the world against the phoney new caliphate is a necessary evil. The best medicine is prevention: the young idealist/ideologs fighting so bravely but so foolishly to establish this false caliphate need to see that they have other choices. It is tragic that we will have to stain our hands with their blood for the good of the world. And we will.

    • Lily Boraks on September 6, 2013 at 6:41 pm
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    Pope Francis calls for prayer and fasting for Syria on Sept. 7
    “Let us pray for peace: peace in the world and in each of our hearts.”

    From Vatican Radio:
    Pope Francis has called for a day of fasting and prayer for peace in Syria, in the entire Mideast region, and throughout the whole world to be held this coming Saturday, September 7th, 2013. Speaking ahead of the traditional Angelus prayer with pilgrims gathered in St Peter’s Square this Sunday, Pope Francis said, “On [Saturday] the 7th of September, here [in St Peter’s Square], from 7 PM until midnight, we will gather together in prayer, in a spirit of penitence, to ask from God this great gift [of peace] for the beloved Syrian nation and for all the situations of conflict and violence in the world.” The Holy Father also invited non-Catholic Christians and non-Christian believers to participate in ways they feel are appropriate.
    “Never again war!” said Pope Francis. “We want a peaceful world,” he said, “We want to be men and women of peace.”
    Pope Francis also issued a forceful condemnation of the use of chemical weapons.
    “There is the judgment of God, and also the judgment of history, upon our actions – [judgments] from which there is no escaping.” He called on all parties to conflicts to pursue negotiations, and urged the international community to take concrete steps to end conflicts, especially the war in Syria.
    “Humanity needs to see gestures of peace,” said Pope Francis, “and to hear words of hope and of peace.”

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