Mass Schedule




Mass List –  August 20th– 27th, 2017


Sunday, August 20th, 2017 (10:45 a.m.) – Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time


  •  Billy, Roger, Ruth, Blanche, Dolores, Mary & John Noel Ouimet By Gayla and Mark Ouimet
  •  Thomasine Robertson by the family
  • Gabrielle, Jimmy, Ronald and all the Deer family by sister-in-law, Margaret
  • Joyce Canadian (Alfred) by Mike and Cindy

Tuesday, August  22nd,  2017 (5 p.m.) – The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary

  • Michalina Pawluk (A) – by mom
  • God’s Mercy for the Holy Souls in Purgatory by  Catherine Chiu
  • For God’s Protection
  • Karen Lee Chung


       Wednesday, August 23rd,  2017 (5 p.m.) – Ferial

Deceased Members of the Kateri Guild

  • Ryzard Szlaunda by Mom
  • God’s Blessing for the family.
  • Annie Morris Gregor and Tom Morris by Mary and family
  • God’s Blessing for Madeline Borduas by Claudette Lessard


THE SANCTUARY LAMP will burn this week for the living and deceased members of the Luk and Chui families


Sunday, August 27th, 2017 (10:45 a.m.) – Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time


  • In memory of the 33 men who died when the Quebec Bridge fell on Augus 29th, 1907
  • Freda Simpson by Gloria, Roslie, Vicky and P.J.
  • Steve and Josephine McComber by Wanthea Moss
  • Lorette Phillips by Vera Goodleaf and family
  • Peter Puchinger by Mike and Cindy Diabo

Father’s Commentary

Pentecost Sunday

Today, the Church celebrates Pentecost Sunday; the day the Church was born; the day the Holy Spirit came down like tongues of fire on the disciples and the Blessed Mother. In the Acts of the Apostles, the Holy Spirit allowed the disciples to speak in tongues; while in the Gospel, it is associated with the Sacrament of confession conferred on the apostles. Jesus breathed the Holy Spirit upon them. Paul reminds us in 1Corinthians that there are varieties of gifts but the same one spirit. Because of our baptism, we are imbued with the fruits of the spirit – love joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Even with all this, Saint Paul (1Cor. 13) reminds us that the greatest gift of the Holy Spirit is love, for love never ceases or ends. On this day of Pentecost, let us put on the armor of God’s charitable love in our hearts, minds and bodies; and let us be courageous witnesses to Jesus in our families, neighborhoods and the world.