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Past bulletins


THE PRESENTATION OF THE LORD

February 1/2, 2014

 

READING OF THE WEEK

 

Reading I                             Malachi 3.1-4

Responsorial Psalm:             The Lord of hosts, he is king of glory!.

Reading II                            Hebrews 2.10-11, 13b-18++

Gospel:                                Luke 2.22-40

 

ST. COLUMBAN COLLECTION

            January 25:                  $460.45                       Attendance:    40

             

ST. ALOYSIUS COLLECTION

             January 26:                 $846.80

         

 

 

 

Fri. Jan. 31             9:00 AM:      For all parishioners

Sat. Feb. 1             4:30 PM:       (St. Columban) For all parishioners

Sun. Feb. 2          11:00 AM:      (St. Aloysius)For John Cuddihey by Mary Daly & Family

                               4:00 PM:      Eucharistic Adoration

Fri. Feb 7                9:00 AM:     For all parishioners

Sat. Feb 8               4:30 PM:      (St. Columban) For Nora and Basil Foley by Margaret

                                                    And Gary Burns and Family

Sun. Feb. 9          11:00 AM:     (St. Aloysius) For Doris Lemieux by George and Family

                               4:00 PM:      Eucharistic Adoration

 

 

ENVELOPES – FOR TAX PURPOSES

            If you are interested in having collections envelopes for either parish, please contact the office or one of your Wardens.  Envelopes are a convenient way to make your contribution to support your church and at the same time receive an Income tax receipt.  Receipts are issued at the end of the year in time for your tax return.

 

SACRAMENTAL  PREPARATION REGISTRATION:

            Registration for the Sacraments of Reconciliation/First Communion as well as Confirmation have begun.  Please pick up a form at the back of the church or call Carol at the office to register. 819-663-5244.

 

 

JUST IN CASE

            Just a reminder that St. Aloysius parish is a charity that is recognized by Revenue Canada and thus enables the parish to provide tax receipts.  Recently, Revenue Canada has increased the tax credit for charitable donations.  Therefore, your tax credits on a charitable donation to the parish under the present regulations could be as much as 50% of your charitable donations.

 

ST. ALOYSIUS SILENT AUCTION AND SPRING SUPPER will be held on Saturday March 8th, tickets for this event will be on sale starting this week, there will be a limited capacity of 150 people so be sure to buy your tickets ahead of time.

            Tickets are $10 for adults, 5 for children 6-12 years of age and free for under 6 to purchase tickets you can contact Diane Joanisse at 819-775-8941 or Carol in the church office.  (Your meal includes, ham, potatoes, vegetables, dessert, and coffee/tea.)

            In order to successfully run this event, we will need volunteers to sell tickets, and  work in the kitchen, for more information on how you can help please contact Diane.

 

annual Quiz night & Silent Auction

Friday, February 7th, 7:00 p.m.

Knights of Columbus Hall, 78 Principale St., (Aylmer Sector), Gatineau

 

Join in the fun and support the Regional Association of West Quebecers and the Bouffe Pontiac. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Come early to view and bid on items for the Silent Auction.  Draws will be held for door prizes throughout the evening. Admission: $10. Early Bird prize - buy your tickets before February 5th for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate for the Bistro Ambrosia. For further information, call: 819-682-9602.

 

Free course at St. Mark’s: Empowering Mature Christian Disciples: Facilitating Adult Groups

Baptized in Christ, we all have a role to play in the growth of others in their faith, whether in our homes, among friends, or within our parish community.  The pastoral priorities for the diocese in the coming year call us to support laypeople to participate in pastoral ministry.  To help parishioners develop the needed identity, vision and skills, St. Mark’s will be hosting two half-day workshops (February 1, 9:30-12:00 and March 1, 9:30-12:00) on Empowering Mature Christian Disciples: Facilitating Adult Groups, with Carol Kuzmochka from St. Paul University. 

 

These workshops are relevant for all parishioners and will provide particular help for anyone in a leadership role in the parish (Parish council or wardens) or involved in one of the sacramental preparation programs, or who would like to lead activities for other adults in the parish.  The workshops are free and are open to all parishioners, so we especially welcome those who are not yet involved, but who may want to reflect on their leadership role for the future. It would help us in our planning to have a general idea of how many people will participate, so if it is possible for you to RSVP, please leave a message with the St. Mark’s parish office (819) 684-6926 or contact Julie Cool at pastoral_agent_stmark@bellnet.ca .

 

WOMEN OF BETHANY MORNING OF PRAYER

All women are invited to the Women of Bethany's Morning of Prayer on Saturday, February 22nd, 2014.  Please join us at St. Martin de Porres Church, 3891 Richmond Rd from 9:00 to Noon.  The morning will begin with mass, celebrated by Fr. Dan Dubroy, followed by a talk from Sr. Anna Chan of the Servants of the Cross on the "Joy of the Gospel",  Lunch will be served following the talk and prayer time.  A free will offering will be accepted with all proceeds going to the Servants of the Cross.

Please RSVP to Jo-Anne at registration@womenofbethany.ca  or 613-599-6222. 

BIRTHDAYS FOR FEBRUARY

 

Lorraine Whitworth      - 1st                                   Maynard Robinson    - 12th

Amanda Foley              - 4th                                   Shirley Masionneuve – 13th

Maximilian McMackin – 4th                                  Noé Larouche            - 19th

Ann Melvin                   - 7th                                  David Whitworth      - 21st

Julie McCann                - 10th                                Louise D’Entremont   - 21st

Charlie Long                 - 11th                                Hannah Burns            - 22nd

Joseph McMackin               - 11th                                Dan Ford                   - 29th