Mass Schedule



Mass List –   Nov 5th-12th, 2017


Sunday, November 5th, 2017 (10:45 a.m.) – Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time


  • James Connie Foote by wife Herta and family
  • Sophie Laskiewicz by Linda and Tommy Kozak
  • Wallace Zachary (29th anniv) by son Barry
  • Ann Marie Sky by Vera Goodleaf and family
  • Gail Albany Montour by Conrad and grace
  • Dolores Lahache by Ron and Sheila


Tuesday, Nov 7th (5 p.m.)  - Ferial

  • Michalina Pawluk (a) by Mom
  • Jason, Beth, Ethan, Thomas, Sophia Jacket by Mom and dad
  • Louella Alfred by Card Players and friends
  • Peter, May and Jox by Ann and Family


Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 (5 p.m.) – Ferial

Deceased Members of the Kateri Guild

  • Success amidst opposition
  • Personal Intensions of Donna Kelly
  • God’s Blessing for priestly ordination by Jeanne
  • For a favors received by Valerie Delisle


THE SANCTUARY LAMP will burn this week for Living and deceased members of Luc and Chin families


Sunday, November 12th, 2017 (10:45 a.m.) – Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time


  • Martin Diabo by Rheena and Family
  • Elorencia Fox by Marlyn
  • Bella Kane by Family
  • Louella Kanoronkwa Alfred by Conrad and Grace

Father’s Commentary

Today, Jesus calls the Church to be humble.  Humility, humility humility! To be humble is acknowledge God’s gift to us and to place these gifts at the Service of humanity. Jesus rebukes the Scribes because they preached what they did not practice. Our actions are to be reflected in our words and the reverse is also true.  What is the goal of being humble? We act and think in a humble manner so that our words and actions can give glory to God. Secondly, this naturally uplifts and enriches the human spirit. Our service to humanity is also rooted in Jesus Christ. One of the qualities of Jesus’ ministry was service to humanity. Jesus came to serve all of humanity, while having a particular regard for the poor, widow and the orphan.  Let us ask Jesus Christ to help us on our ‘journey of humility’ through the intercession of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha.