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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Christmas at St. Thomas More, and prayer request

“The Word was made Flesh, and dwelt among us”

My wishes for a Blessed Christmas for each of you and your loved ones. I have been very moved by the true Christmas spirit in action in the Christmas Basket effort, in the service of those we are especially meant to call ‘loved ones’ in Verdun.

I expect each of you has receive the Christmas mailing. To update you on Christmas masses:

On the Eve:

- The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered at 4pm
- Both the 5pm and 9pm are fully booked. Space of registrants not seated by mass time may be given over to walk-ins. 
- For those unable to enter the Church, Communion will be offered on the church steps from 6pm-6:20

Christmas Day:

- The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered at 8:45
- Reserve space for the 9:30 by calling the office
- Communion will be offered on the church steps from 10:30-10:45am

Due to unfortunate technical limitations, live-streaming will not be available at these times. To receive Spiritual Communion on this great Solemnity, tune in to St. Willibrord’s livestream on the Eve at 7pm, or Christmas morning at 11am

Both Weekends during Christmas Season

4pm Saturdays and 930am Sundays only

Solemnity of Mary Mother of God (New Year’s Eve):
7pm

A special prayer request: Prior to the pandemic, the CND sisters were active in our parish, especially in music ministry. 40 CND sisters of this venerable Montréal order have contracted the virus this month. Keep them in your prayers.

May you experience every blessing of peace and joy of
the Christ-child of Bethlehem,

Father Robert+


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