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CHRIST THE KING

November 22/23, 2014

FOOD FOR THE WEEK

 

Ezekiel 34.11-12, 15-17

Responsorial Psalm:             The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.

Reading II                            1 Corinthians 15.20-26, 28

Gospel:                                Matthew 25.31-46

 

·         In Jesus, we are all brothers and sisters in the image of God. God is so big that we are all like God.

·         But what does that mean? This is the big act of faith that we will soak ourselves in during Advent, that God became one like us, one of us, born, lived, suffered, and died like the rest of us. The real God is found in real people.

 

Reflection:

As a member of my Christian community, I think about a project we can do locally to prevent bullying.

ST. COLUMBAN COLLECTION

            November 8:               $279                            Attendance: 23

            November 15:             $375                                                30

 

ST. ALOYSIUS COLLECTION

           November 16:               $880.10

 

Fri. Nov 21            9:00 AM:      For all parishioners

Sat. Nov. 22          4:30 PM:       (St. Columban) For all parishioners

Sun. Nov. 23       11:00 AM:      (St. Aloysius) For all parishioners

Fri. Nov. 28           9:00 AM:      For all parishioners

Sat. Nov. 29          4:30 PM:       (St. Columban) For all parishioner

Sun. Nov. 30       11:00 AM:      (St. Aloysius) For Denise Oullet and Michell Family

                                                    By The Michell Family

 

 

ST.  COLUMBAN PARISHIONERS MEETING will be held immediately after mass on December 13th for the election of one warden.

 

QUINNVILLE CEMETERY -  the chair has been advised that the bylaws of the Quinnville Cemetery were never circulated to the parishioners, copies are available at the table near the door.

 

ANNUAL MEETING OF PARISHIONERS  of St. Aloysius will be held after Mass on Sunday, December 7th in the hall.  A lunch will be served.  This is a great opportunity to learn everything that has been done in the parish in the past year and to make suggestions on possibilities for the coming year.  It is also at this meeting that parish wardens are elected.  If you want to nominate someone (with his or her approval) or offer your services for the positions of Social Warden or Finance Warden, please contact Carol at the parish office or speak to Marie McCarthy or one of the wardens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE AND LUNCH – November 29th

For our Christmas Craft Sale, we will be renting approx. 10 tables, the cost of these tables will be $15 each (plus a donation to our church table), if you or someone you know is interested in renting please contact Diane Joanisse at 819-775-8941.  There will be a box in church for the collection of used books for the sale.

 

 

ST. ALOYSIUS MILITARY WHIST FUNDRAISER

Friday, December 5th , 2014 at 7 p.m. in St. Aloysius Parish Hall.  Tickets are $10 each and there will be Prizes and Refreshments  This Military Whist is sponsored by the Friendship Club.  All proceeds go to the Parish.  Get your tickets from Moe & Nancy Lambert, Carol Léonard or Members of the Warden’s Board (sponsored by the Friendship Club)

 

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FOOD DRIVE – ST. AL’S AND ST. COLUMBAN

            The annual Christmas food drive will be starting.  Please feel free to donate canned food, pickles, pasta, rice, toothpaste, laundry detergent, etc. We will be collecting specifically for the Christmas food baskets up to December 14, but please continue to donate throughout the year.  Thank you for your cooperation in bringing a Merry Christmas to the less fortunate in our community.                 

                                                                        The Charitable Fund

 

NEEDING A RIDE

 A parishioner needs a ride to attend Sunday Mass.  She lives in the Pointe-Gatineau area between rue Pointe-Gatineau and Saint-Louis.  If you can help, please give Carol a call at the office (819) 663-5244 and she will get you in contact with her.  Thank you for your help.

 

ANGEL TREE CAMPAIGN

            Next week, you will see a tree at the back of the church with pink and blue angels on it.  This tree represents the children that are helped with our Christmas Baskets.   Each angel is a child that we help, showing their age on the back.  We include a gift for each of them in our food baskets. We would appreciate if you would take one or two angels home and buy a gift for them.  Please wrap the gift and have it returned to the parish by December 14th.  You may leave them at the back of the church or bring them to the office.  Please do not include your name on the gift and make sure the angel tab is attached on the outside of the gift. Thank you for your support.

                                                                        The Charitable Fund

ENVELOPES – FOR TAX PURPOSES

            If you are interested in having collection 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.

 

 

 

 

This year we begin our annual Development & Peace educational campaign with the theme  "Sow Much Love".  This continues our campaign against global hunger which was launched by Pope Francis on December 10, 2013.  We enclose in your bulletin an insert addressed to Development & Peace supporters from our Archbishop Paul-André Durocher.  He points out that our participation and solidarity are key if we are to end global hunger.

Also we are handing out stickers.  - a great way to bring more visibility to the campaign.  Backgrounders are available on the tables at the back. Read about the realities of living in countries such as Colombia, Peru, Haiti, etc.

More information will be in the following bulletins.