Friday, February 3, 2023

Soul Health CXVI


Soul Health CXVI

Come and See:  Joint Mass & Fellowship at St Willibrord's
Sunday, February 5th 2023
Mass at 10:30am followed by Coffee 

**No Masses at St Thomas More
Saturday February 4th & Sunday February 5th**

What happens on a typical Sunday at a missional parish?

Since the launch of its Missionary Partnership, St. Willibrord's has already started to see fruits of its recommitment to the Mission. The community has seen growth, not only in numbers, but in meaningful Christian fellowship and increased engagement in the life and mission of the church.

 With our parish at a crossroads and the future uncertain, this Sunday's Joint Mass is so important for us that a mini-bus has been arranged to help us all get to St Willibrord's!
We will leave from the front stairs of the church at 10am, and return together after Coffee Hour.  To reserve a seat on the bus please call the parish office by 3:30pm on Friday afternoon (February 3rd).  

On Saturday, February 11th at 2:30pm we will meet again as a community in the Mary Room to discern together the future of our parish.

Regular Liturgy Schedule & Intentions, February 4th - February 10th
Saturday, February 4h: No Mass -- See you on the 5th at St Willibrord's!
Sunday, February 5 - 10:30am at St Willibrord: For All Parishioners of Saint Thomas More & St Willibrord
Tuesday, February 7th: Joanne Brodrick Poile by Kathie & Tony Fargnoli
Thursday, February 9th:  Evelyn Gilchrist by Maureen Dearden

The Sanctuary Lamp
This week the Sanctuary Lamp is lit for Mr & Mrs Patrick McIver by Their Children 

Mother Teresa:  No Greater Love
The English version of this inspiring film enters its second week on the big screens at Cinéma Guzzo Méga-Plex Sphèretech 14 (3500 Boulevard Cote Vertu Ouest, Saint-Laurent).  A detailed list of showtimes from this weekend up to February 9th is available on and we encourage you all to encounter Jesus through the work of Mother Teresa!

A true saint of the 20th Century, Mother Teresa's work with the poorest and most vulnerable members of society was well-covered in mainstream media.  She was beatified in 2003 by Pope Saint John Paul II only 6 years after her death, and canonized in 2016 by Pope Francis. 

Featuring unprecedented access to institutional archives and the apostolates of the Missionaries of Charity, this documentary reveals how Mother Teresa's vision to serve Christ in the poor continues to be realized through the Missionaries of Charity today.  

Yours in Christ,
Father Robert Assaly+

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