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THE SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST HOLY TRINITY

May 30/31, 2015

FOOD FOR THE WEEK

 

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.

 

 

 

 

ST. ALOYSIUS COLLECTION

May 24:                          $651.05

 

ST. COLUMBAN'S MISSION COLLECTION:

          May 23:                          $488.00                       Attendance:     45

         

 

Wed. May 27                  9:00 AM:         For all parishioners

Fri. May 29                     9:00 AM:         For all parishioners

Sat. May 30                    4:30 PM:         (St. Columban) For Ruth and Stephen Burke

                                                                By The Family

Sun. May 31                 11:00 AM:         (St. Aloysius) For Cathy Sellen by Carole Fraser

                                                                Anniversary Mass for Lorne Morey by Barbara

                                                                And Family

Wed. June 3                  9:00 AM:          For all parishioners

Fri. June 5                     9:00 AM:          Mass of Thanksgiving by Norbert and Shirley Daly

Sat. June 6                    4:30 PM:          (St. Columban) For Kevin Burns by

                                                                Gary and Margaret Burns and Family.

Sun. June 7                   11:00 AM:         (St. Aloysius) For Jean Fraser Harkess by

                                                                Theresa Lalonde and Jack Wiggins

 

That through the intercession of Mary, Christians living in secularized communities may become available to proclaim Jesus. “

Reflection on Social Issues: The western world has known a long period of Christian society. Since the cultural revolution of the 1960’s, the faith no longer holds pride of place in western society. It is sometimes difficult for us to present ourselves as believers and announce the important place Jesus Christ has in our lives. How can we learn to live as Christians in Quebec society today? How are we prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks [us] for a reason for the hope that is in [us]? (1 P 3, 15)

 

Our Faith Response : In the first centuries, the Church lived her life marginalized within society. For the first generation of believers as for us today, the Faith is a source of comfort. The Gospel of Luke invites us to “read the signs of the times” which exhorts us to love and to understand the world we are a part of. Jesus watches over the faithful, protecting and strengthening us daily. In His priestly prayer in John’s Gospel, Jesus sends us out into the world (Jn. 17:18) as sheep among wolves. His intent is for us to be His witnesses. Like Mary, Star of the Gospel, how can I live within this secularized society and witness to my faith with confidence?

 

Questions we need to ask ourselves

 In imitation of Mary and the Apostles, my Baptism engages me to witness to my faith to every person who needs to hear of the love of God.

 

 

141st ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE to the Shrines of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Cap-de-la-Madeleine from the Arch(dioceses) of Ottawa, Gatineau, Pembroke, Mont-Laurier, Alexandria/Cornwall and Kingston on August 8-9.

Weekend Celebrant is Bishop Marcel Damphousse, Bishop of the Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall.

Info & reservations: Mike Budge (613 224-8110). Space is limited; recommended you reserve early. www.ste-anne-de-beaupre.com

 

JUNE BIRTHDAYS

 

June Quinn                  5th

Margaret Paiement      9th

Val Gagnon                 12th

Kathy Amyot              17th

Jane Pickering             17th

Carole Fraser               19th

JoAnne Lambert         20th

Paulette & Ron Pearce – 24th (48th)

David Dumaresq         29th

 

GREATER GATINEAU SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

Greater Gatineau is still taking registrations for the 2015 – 2016 school year. If you have a younger child at home ready to start school or know of a friend, neighbour, or relative who has a kindergarten-aged child, please have them contact the office. Early registrations help us prepare for next year, so you can call and make an appointment with Nicole Leclerc to come in and register soon at 819-663-4842 ext.222.

 

 

BIBLE STUDY

 Bible Study will start up again in the Fall.  Have a great summer.

                                      

DIOCESAN PASTORAL LAUNCHING You are cordially invited to the Diocesan Pastoral Launching 2015-2016 to be held on Friday, June 12th at Sainte-Maria-Goretti Church, 664 Duberger St, Gatineau to prepare the coming Pastoral year (beginning in September). Simultaneous translation will be provided for the English-speaking participants. Registration fees (lunch included) are $15.; you may register through “Prodon” on our Diocesan website (diocesegatineau.org) or phone Marianne Tassé at 819-771-8391 (ext. 221) or e-mail reception@diocesegatneau.org before June 5th.

 SUMMER COURSES AT ST. PAUL’S

            The Summer Institutes in Pastoral Liturgy (SIPL) and Religious Education (SIRE) will be held on July 6-17, 2015, at Saint Paul University. The registration deadline is Friday, June 5.

              Some of you may be interested in register for this session. Here is the links for the Programme of courses and other details, and to register:

http://ustpaul.ca/en/sire-summer-institutes-in-religious-education-2015_1840_42.htm

http://ustpaul.ca/en/sipl-summer-institutes-in-pastoral-liturgy-2015_1839_42.htm

 

 

"THE RESULTS ARE IN!

 

We wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took the time to fill out the activities survey. Your feedback is very much appreciated. 

 

Here are the planned activites for the coming year:

 

Turkey Dinner

Christmas craft sale

New Year's Eve celebration

Spaghetti dinner

 

Stay tuned for more details!"