We are blessed to host a Men’s Retreat at Saint Thomas More on Saturday, October 30th!
If you are a Catholic man seeking to enrich your faith, join Patrick Sullivan, a renowned speaker from Ontario, Corey Jolly, and your brothers in Christ on a journey through the Bible on a day that includes Adoration, the Rosary, and 3 talks on Mary. For more information, check out https://bit.ly/3E7kNJn
If interested, please contact the parish office or Father Robert.
If you are searching for joy and fulfilment, please consider joining our team of Catechists. No experience teaching Catechism required – all we need is for you to have love for Christ and for families! Contact Father Robert or Angela.
On Wednesday, November 3rd from 7:00pm-9:30pm, Saint Thomas More on behalf of the Dioceses will be hosting the Blanket Exercise, an education event that explores the complex history and dynamics between Indigenous and non-Indigenous persons in Canada/ You are invited to revisit Canadian colonial history and learn more about effective allyship and pathways of healing and reconciliation. The session will be led by Ms. Rose-Anne Gosselin, a member of the Timiskaming Algonquin First Nation, who works as advisor for the First Nations Human Resources Development Commission of Quebec, focusing on the First Nations population living with a disability.
Registration is required for this event and is limited – please contact the parish office.
Make a joyful noise unto the Lord and join our cantors, Paul and Angela, in singing at Mass! Our greeters will provide you with hymnals when you arrive – please be sure to take one as well as a copy of the bulletin, which will have hymn numbers and Responsorial Psalm printed in them.
We will have a Book of Remembrance during the month of November for us to remember our deceased loved ones as a community. If you would like to have the names of your deceased family members and friends included in it, sheets will be provided at the back of the church for you to fill out after Mass over the next two weekends. You can also contact the parish office.
“By deepening our communion, through the active and prayerful participation of all God’s faithful people, we will be able to more fully embrace our mission: to make God’s love in Jesus Christ known in the world through our teaching, our witness, and our example.”
Pope Francis has declared 2021-2023 to be a Synod of the Universal Church, with a focus on themes of Communion, Participation, and Mission to help the Church on Earth transform into a global community “that responds with Jesus to the challenge of today: the hopes and dreams, the joys and sorrows carried by the world around us.” Read more at https://bit.ly/3C9jgBZ and https://bit.ly/3vJl02v
Blessings in Christ,