As We Gather, Please Note The Following:
Current COVID-19 Health State of Emergency Restrictions (Sept. 16, 2021)
- The Parish capacity is 120 persons.
- Attendance is on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED basis.
- No pre-registrations available.
- Church doors will remain locked upon reaching capacity and DURING Mass.
- Anyone attending does so at their own risk.
- Anyone with the slightest symptoms or feeling sick MUST remain home.
- Please sanitize your hands before entering and exiting the church.
- Kindly wear a face mask, ensuring your nose and mouth are covered.
- Kindly ensure 2 metres physical distancing between households.
- For the safety of everything, we encourage the faithful to receive the Blessed Eucharist by hand.
- Sanitizing stations are available in the church.
- People are asked to exercise charity and kindness in respecting the comfort level of people regarding physical distancing, physical contact, cohorts and other considerations.
Weekly Bulletin Sep. 19, 2021
Give thanks to the Lord;
his steadfast love endures forever.
Weekly Bulletin Sep. 12, 2021
Praise the Lord, O my soul!
Weekly Bulletin Sep. 5, 2021
O Lord who may abide in your tent.
Preparing for the Federal Election Sep. 2, 2021
Catholic Conscience presents a free webinar as part of their Catholic Action initiative in the 2021 federal election campaign: Federal Election 2021: Catholics & Canadian Politics, featuring John Milloy.
In a wide-ranging conversation at the apex of the 2021 federal election, Catholic Conscience will discuss the past, present, and future of Catholic political engagement at the federal level, as well as the ongoing election campaign—Catholics’ place in it, and Milloy’s analysis of the state of Canadian politics as we prepare to elect our next federal government.
Join Catholic Conscience for this free webinar on Wednesday, Sep. 15 at 5 pm MDT – RSVP Now
- How to vote like a Catholic?
- Catholic Conscience’s election page and parties’ platform comparison (a work in progress, more parties will be added by Monday)
- A prayer for Elections (jpg)
- Do you know that you can vote by mail? Register to vote (Elections Canada)
Weekly Bulletin Aug. 22, 2021
Taste and see that the Lord is good.