Lenten Stations of the Cross
On Fridays during Lent, after morning Mass, the Celebrant will lead the Stations of the Cross, except on First Fridays, when the faithful may offer Stations of the Cross privately.
First ShareLife Sunday -March 17, 2013 Together, we can work WONDERS!
Working wonders for families…
Young John had spent far too many years of his young life in terror about what would happen to his mom, himself and his siblings, because of the violence in his home. At 12 years of age, he felt alone and he felt responsible. It was John who called 911, which lead to his mom leaving the abusive situation, and it was that incident that got his family involved with our Safer Families Program for help. Through our domestic violence programming John learned, that he was not the only kid who had this happening in his home… and most importantly, he learned that it was not his fault. He was able to get his feelings out, and learn new ways of coping… different from what he had witnessed in his home, so that he could have a chance at a different kind of life than that to which he had been exposed to in his first 12 years.
Our network of Catholic Family Services offices collectively reach over 125,000 clients, serving them in more than 25 languages.
St. Patrick’s Mass & Celebration March 3, 2013
Thank you to our principal celebrant, Auxiliary Bishop of Toronto, Vincent Nguyen, and to our homilist, Fr. Seamus Hogan. Also, we were pleased to have as concelebrants Fr. Kevin Craegh, Fr. Edward Ewczynski, Fr. Patrick Fitzpatrick, Fr. Seamus Hogan, Fr. Vaughan Quinn, Fr. Gerard Ryan, Fr. Gerard Scott, Fr. John Saverimuthu, Fr. Larry Macille, and our pastor, Fr. Joseph Tran.
Sincere thanks to all of you who made our St. Patrick’s Mass and Celebration a tremendous success:
Frances McKee, Ann Clough, Jelita Lewis, Greg Furmanczyk, Ted Godfrey, Nadine Lubamba, Aida Aguinaldo, Bambi Rutledge, Reta O’Connor, Maria Ruccolo, Barbara Mankowski, Annette Beneditz, Sue De Rosa, Lina Geadah, Mickey Hamill, Bina Hamill, Fionnan Kelly, Roseanne Kelly, Marion McLaughlin, Lorraine Ostafew, Ann E. Rooney, Frank Spiteri and Teame Gebreyesus (our Church Custodian). Particular thanks to The Johnson School of Dancing, the Woodgate Shamrock Academy of Irish Dance, our musical guest, Eithne Heffernan, and Peter Treen and the Choir Special mention goes to all those skilled and faithful women who donated the delicious baked goods, and those who prepared the sandwiches and pizza for the reception, A big thank you to all who assisted at and attended the Mass.
“Go nbéannai Dia duit!” (May God bless you!)
Is God Calling You To Become A Lay Missionary?
Saturday, March 16, 2013 – 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
St. Bernard’s Convent, 685 Finch Ave. W. Toronto
No talent too humble or too high for the service of God.
For more information, call Sr. Ursula at (416)630-3298, ext.124, or email email@example.com
Missa Gaia Earth Mass April 3 and April 5, 2013 – 7:30 p.m.
Holy Name Catholic Church, 71 Gough Avenue, Toronto
The school’s 140-voice choir, musicians and dancers will perform this joyous rhythmic, contemporary work inspired by St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and ecology. It is a musical/spiritual celebration of God’s creation that includes the human voice alongside that of the wolf, whale and loon. An instrumental ensemble featuring present students and alumnae provide an eclectic canvas of traditional, gospel, new age and world music.
Admission is $15.