Happy 3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time.
Our Lord continues to call us this week to Come and See (see last week), to realize our vocation to know Him better, love Him more, follow Him more closely as missionary-disciples, and to make Him known and loved by all. Today, Our Lord invites us all to continue our ministry as fishers of all people! Click here for Pastor’s Blog
Consecration to St. Joseph
Beginning February 15, join us for the Consecration to St. Joseph. Now is the time of St. Joseph; use this time to grow in faith. Click here for more information
Our dedicated live streaming team has done a fantastic job so far. We are looking for volunteers to help bolster our live streaming team! Email the parish office at email@example.com if you’d like to help us.
Click here for this week’s Mass intentions.
New Health Measures
As we know now, starting December 26, religious services, weddings and funerals will be limited to 10 people indoors or outdoors with physical distancing as long as we are in Lockdown (grey). Even for these smaller services the COVID-19 protocols need to be observed. Baptisms require the same controls. Therefore, we will be livestreaming daily mass (including Sundays) at 8 AM, from St. Finnan’s Parish (available on our homepage, or via our YouTube channel.
The Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall also encourages us to be open for private prayer when possible. A simple registration process (online, email, and by phone) to allow a max of 9 people (+1 priest, me) to attend our daily celebrations….click here to access info. The Sacrament of Confession will also be available before and after our daily masses.
At this time, in person indoor meetings or non-religious-service gatherings are not allowed during the time of lockdown. Finally, please continue to follow these emails, and updates via the website. Let us continue to pray for our families, and parishioners, and ask the intercession of the Holy Family so that we may continue to be open to the Christmas presence in our lives. We continue to be careful, but hopeful!
- Monday – Saturday at 8:00 am
- Sunday at 10:00 am
Please visit stfinnan.ca for updated news about all things in our North Glengarry parishes including Mass schedules, updates, etc.
NEW EMAIL ADDRESS
ST. ANTHONY & ST. JAMES OFFICE HOURS
For the duration of the lockdown, the office at St. Anthony’s will be open only Tuesday mornings from 9:30-12:30. Phone messages will be checked and returned at this time, but email messages will continue to be checked throughout the week. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our North Glengarry Parishes continue to search for a parish office location. However, please call either office, email email@example.com for more information, or call Fr. Jonathan’s cell in an emergency, 613.296.2527. Thanks again for your patience and understanding.
This week let us pray for our parishioners:
Brad McMillan, Adèle Lalonde, Joe Rolland, Braydon Topping, Michael Scott, Lois Morrison, Myles Lynch, Madison McDermid, Marc Sauve, Maureen Bissonette, Christopher Coleman, Theresa Ryan, Monique Gaudet, Melanie Pollock, Juliette Lavigne, Rod McDonald, Ann MacPhee, Sharon Martin, Gerald Sauve, Richard Mincoff, Robert Rolland, Patrick and Sue Shannon.
If you know of someone in one of our parishes, who is sick or scheduled for surgery and would like us to pray for them please contact the parish offices at 613-527-2058 or 613-525-1340. If no one answers please leave a message and the person’s name will be added to the list. When the person has recovered, please call and have the person’s name removed. Thank you.