Mass Schedule




 Mass List –to June 25th  July 2nd, 2017


Sunday, June 25th, 2017 (10:45 a.m.) – 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time


  • Edith Lahache (22nd) and Annie Lahache (17th Ann.) by John.
  • Leonard and Louise Rice by their children
  • Gene Lahache, Arnold Montour and John Noel Ouimet by Gayla and Mark.
  • Hazel Montour Stacey by Barbara Leclaire
  • Dominick Diabo (1980) BY Mike and Cindy.


Tuesday, June 27th,  2017 (5 p.m.) –  Ferial

  • Michal Pawluk by Mom
  • Pierre Gregoire by his family.
  • God’s blessings f or the famillly
  • Annie Lahache (17th Ann.) and  Edith Lahache (22nd Ann.) by John


Wednesday, June 28st,  2017 (5 p.m.) – St. Irenaus, Bishop and Martyr

Deceased Members of the Kateri Guild

  •  Ryszard Szlaunda by Mom
  • Joseph Wong (Happy Birthday) by the family
  • God’s blessings for family by a person


Sunday, July 2nd, 2017 (10:45 a.m.) – 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time


  • Toller Cranston by Christine
  • Hazel Montour Stacey by Barbara Leclaire
  • To support the work of Holy Father Pope Francis by Femmes Int’l Mur Brises
  • Murielle Peloquin Wells by husband, Stanley Wells
  • Agnes Ng in thanksgiving for healing
  • Blanche Seymour-Helen (9th Ann) and all the Seymour families


THE SANCTUARY LAMP will burn for the week of June 25th. 2017  for Lucy Piazza in thanks to St. Kateri Tekakwitha

Note:  Blessing of the waters after the mass (June 25th)




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.