Holy Week – Pastor’s Blog
Because we aren’t able to participate fully as a community due to all the restrictions in these momentous liturgies, we offer a day-by-day guide for celebrating Holy Week at home. Please see below for simple rituals that link the domestic church (family home) to the parish church and the Universal Church. Click here for more.
Divine Mercy Sunday
Beginning on Good Friday, we’ll be preparing for the Feast of Divine Mercy with a 9-day novena. Please join us. Click here to download the Novena.
We will also be celebrating the Feast of Divine Mercy with a special celebration from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm on Sunday, April 11, 2021.
Please join us for Praise and Worship with Adoration, Confessions, Benediction, Divine Mercy Chaplet sung and hymns, closing with veneration of the Divine Mercy Image. All are welcome!
Easter is coming!
Easter is a few weeks away! Don’t forget, registration is required for all Easter masses and services. Please visit our events calendar for the full schedule. To register for Holy Week services, please contact the appropriate contact person below.
- Rachel (613.525.3920) – St. Finnan
- Kayla (613.527.2058) – St. Anthony
- You may also email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, your email, your phone number, the church you wish to attend, and the number of people you are registering.
New Book Study Group
We’ll be journeying through Spiritual Warfare and the Discernment of Spirits by Dan Burke.
Meetings will be held Monday evenings at 7:00 pm from April 12 – May 3.
Click here to make a donation to the parish.
Please keep our parishioners in your prayers:
Marc Becker, Brad McMillan, Adèle Lalonde, Joe Rolland, Braydon Topping, Michael Scott, Lois Morrison, Myles Lynch, Madison McDermid, Marc Sauve, Maureen Bissonette, Christopher Coleman, Theresa Ryan, Juliette Lavigne, Rod McDonald, Ann MacPhee, Sharon Martin, Richard Mincoff, Patrick and Sue Shannon, Mary Mayville, Patricia O’Flaherty and Adolphe Gaudet.
Click here for this week’s mass intentions and please keep our parishioners in your prayers.