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TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Sept 26/27, 2015

 

FOOD FOR THE WEEK

 

Reading I                             Numbers 11.25-29

Responsorial Psalm:             The precepts of the Lord are right and give joy to the heart.

Reading II                            James 5.1-6

Gospel:                                Mark 9.38-43, 45, 47-48

 

·                    We never know the effects of kindness and goodness.  Even something good done for a person years ago can still be well remembered.  Somewhat like water having its effect wherever it flows, our goodness always gives life, even in the future.  These are the unremembered acts of kindness and of love.

·                    In the small things we show are love, which may be the strongest part of any love.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ST. ALOYSIUS COLLECTION

Sept 20:              N/A

 

ST. COLUMBAN'S MISSION COLLECTION:     

          Sept 19:             $449.00                       Attendance:    31

 

         

Wed. Sept. 23               9:00 AM:          For all parishioners

Fri. Sept. 25                  9:00 AM:          For all parishioners

Sat.  Sept. 26                4:30 PM:          (St. Columban) For all parishioners

Sun. Sept. 27                11:00 AM:         (St. Aloysius) For all parishioners

Wed. Sept 30                9:00 AM:          For all parishioners

Fri. Oct. 2                     9:00 AM:          For all parishioners

Sat. Oct. 3                     4:30 PM:          (St. Columban) For Leonard Burke by

                                                                Mr. & Mrs. Gary Burns and Family.

Sun. Oct. 4                    11:00 AM:         (St. Aloysius) For Andre Fauvelle by Joyce

 

The archbishop’s monthly prayer intentions:

 

September 2015

 

« That the number of possibilities for job training and employment increases, for all of our young people. »

 

Reflection: Do the youth have a place in our society?  A lot of young people can’t find work after finishing an often very long period of studies.  The Conference of Post-Secondary Schools presented, on June 17th, 2014, the results of its 22nd survey on job insertion for young graduates.  It clearly shows how hard it is for them to integrate into a professional career, due to a difficult economic situation and a rise in unemployment.  Indeed, 70% of students who graduated in 2013 are still looking for their first real job.[1]

 

Our faith response: Work is a fundamental right, and a good thing for everyone, full-time employment is a necessary goal for all economic systems oriented towards justice and the common good[2].  How do we help our young people carve their place in society?  Many employers have joined the program called «Conciliation work-study» that allows young people to continue studying towards their career objective.  What can we do to encourage our youth, and give them a sense to their lives?

 

Questions we need to ask ourselves

I will support projects where young people are involved, either in the community, in my family, or at my workplace.

BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES IN OCTOBER

Phyllis Seguin                                                 2nd                   

Sabrina Léonard & Patrick Larouche 5th (13 yrs)

Norbert & Shirley Daly                                   6th (64 years)

Gail Powers                                                     10th

Mary Jane Champagne                                    13th

Marc Savoie                                                    15th

Michael McCann                                             19th

John Kehoe                                                     20th

Margaret Burns                                               21st

Jean Ryan                                                        26th

Ghislaine Cook                                               28th

 

Happy Birthday and/or Congratulations to all those celebrating this month. If you or someone you know has a birthday/anniversary coming up, please let Carol know so she can add them to the list.

 

NEED YOUR HELP –  FOOD CUPBOARD IS BARE

           

St. Aloysius Food Cupboard is in need of your help, the shelves are quite bare and the need is our area is growing.  Please feel free to donate canned food, pickles, pasta, rice, toothpaste, laundry detergent, etc.   Thank you for your cooperation in helping the less fortunate in our community.                

                                                                        The Charitable Fund

 

 

 

A PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND is being organized for September 2016 with our parishes (St Al/ St Columban). For more information pick up the small booklets at the back of the church. If you are interested in going, contact the parish office at 819663-5244.

 6th ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO ST-JOSEPH’S ORATORY from the Arch(dioceses) of Ottawa, Gatineau, Pembroke, Mont Laurier, Alexandria/Cornwall and Kingston with a stop to the Shrine of St-Peregrine in Montreal on Sunday, October 18, 2015. Together; Let’s Celebrate the 5th Anniversary mass for the canonization of St-Brother André which will be celebrated in the Basilica at 11 am. with Les Petit Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal.  Information :  Mike Budge 613 224-8110.

 

 

 

REGISTRATION FOR SACRAMENTS

            Registration for the Sacraments of First Communion, First Reconciliation and Confirmation are now being accepted.

            The ages for First Communion and First Reconciliation is 7 years old

            Confirmation is at the age of 15. 

            Registration forms are at the entrance to the church.  Please fill in the form and return to the parish office.

            Baptism registration forms are also at the entrance.