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June 2/3, 2012



Reading I                             Deuteronomy 4.32-34, 39-40

Responsorial Psalm:      Blessed the people the Lord has chosen as his heritage.

Reading II                            Romans 8.14-17

Gospel:                                Matthew 28.16-20


·                     The name of God at our Baptism is the name of love – the Trinity exists in a community of love.  Each time we make the Sign of the Cross, we place on our bodies the badge of love.

·                     Love has brought us into being, has introduced us into the community of Jesus in the Church and love in Jesus Christ is with us all our days and with God’s world until the end of time.






          May 26:             $461.62                                   Attendance:    41



      May 27:             $1,170.36                                Attendance:    116




Fri. June 1              9:00 AM:      For all parishioners of St. Aloysius and St. Columban

Sat. June 2             4:30 PM:       (St. Columban) For Richard Connelly by The

                                                    Gatineau Friendship Club

Sun. June 3          11:00 AM:      (St. Aloysius) For Margaret Nicholas by Pat Nicholas

                                                    9th Anniversary, Lorne Morey and thanksgiving for many,

                                                    many prayers answered by Barbara and Family

                              4:00 PM:       Eucharistic Adoration

Fri. June 8              9:00 AM:      For all parishioners of St. Aloysius and St. Columban

Sat. June 9             4:30 PM:       (St. Columban) For Arthur and Violet Foley by the Family

Sun. June 10        11:00 AM:      (St. Aloysius) For Jean-Paul Paiement by The

                                                    Gatineau Friendship Club

                                                    Anniversary Mass for Harland McCarthy by

                                                    Marie & Joe McCarthy




Jennifer Ferrone          5th

Margaret Paiement      9th

Val Gagnon                 12th

Kathy Amyot              17th

Jane Pickering             17th

Carole Fraser               19th

JoAnne Lambert         20th

David Dumaresq         29th


If you know of anyone celebrating a birthday or anniversary, this month or the coming months, please call the office, so his or her name (s) can be added to the list.  Thank you.




As we all know there are fixed monthly expenses that need to be paid. It would be appreciated, if you could send in your weekly offerings before you go on holidays this summer. If you have any questions concerning this matter, please see me after mass. Thank you.


                        Your Financial Warden, Mary Jane Champagne.




The Confirmation celebration held on May 19th was a wonderful event, a big thank you to all who provided us with tasty snacks for our get together with the Archbishop after mass, we could not have done it without all of you. Please note that our Meet and Greet after mass on the first Sunday of the month will begin again in September.

            Thank you again,

                                                            Diane Joanisse

                                                            Social Warden



International Eucharistic Congress

From Father Gérald J. Croteau, the Archdiocesan delegate to the 2012 International Eucharistic Congress.

We have begun the month of June and on the 10th begin the 50th International Eucharistic Congress in Dublin, Ireland. We won’t be there in person, but by technology, either by the internet (EWTN or Salt and Light) or television, we will have front row seats. It is a moment of grace for Ireland and surely for the whole world as we enter more into the mystery of the Eucharist, a sacrament we have the privileged to live every Sundays. And this Sunday, the table of the Word serves us in the mystery of the Trinity, one God in three persons or three persons in one God. For the people of the first alliance it is impossible for them to accept. Surely it took some time for them to truly understand that there is but one God and none other. With the advent of Jesus the Christ where the final Alliance was signed in his blood, it was revealed to us the mystery of the life of God himself. God is relations and this is proper of love. God is love John tells us and Jesus is the living proof of the unity of the Father and the Son. ‘’Philippe, when you see me, you see the Father’’ answers Jesus when his disciple asks him to see the Father. One of my teachers at the seminary explained to us, in simple terms the oneness of God: ‘’The Father (he is father because he eternally has begotten a son) loves his son so much that he gives himself totally to his Son and his son gives himself totally to the Father and the gift of love is so perfect that it is called the Spirit. Simple? We have just entered the particle of the Trinity and I think that the understanding or the progression of the understanding of the mystery of love is a gift in itself. Paul tries to convince the Romans of the mystery we are invited into, the gift given by the Son through the Spirit so to become united to the Father. This is why we are baptised in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit as Jesus ordered it to his apostles. Be one as Jesus and the Father are one and the maker is the Spirit. As one said; a mystery is like peeling an onion, one layer at the time. Enjoy the gift!