Annual Canned Goods Collection The Annual Canned Goods Collection to be used in the Christmas Baskets will begin next Saturday November 11th and continue until December 16th for donations of canned goods and non-perishable food items.
We especially need the appropriate foods associated with meals during the Christmas Season (example: canned fruits and puddings, cookies and treats for children). Parishioners wishing to make a donation towards the meat and perishable are asked to place their offering in the St. Vincent de Paul Boxes on the walls at the back of the church.
Living With Christ Sunday Missal 2023-2024 The missals for the next Liturgical Year are now available on the shelves at the back of the church. The cost is $5.00 and you can put your payment in the envelope provided and drop it in the collection basket during Mass.
In November, we remember Verdun Branch #4 of the Canadian Legion has left boxes of poppies for Remembrance Day, November 11th. Please take a poppy and leave a small donation.
During the month of November we will have a Book of Remembrance to help us remember our deceased loved ones as a community. Sheets will be provided at the back of the church this weekend if you would like to have the names of your deceased family members and friends included.
Second Collection This Saturday, November 4th, there will be a second collection after Communion for maintenance.
50/50 Continues! Tickets for the November Draw will be on sale starting November 4th. As with the October Draw, prices are $2 for 1, $5 for 3, and $10 for 7.
Congratulations to October's winner, Patricia Coleman!
We wish to thank Denise Poirier and Irene Langevin, for organizing the 50/50 Draws and selling the tickets.
Bowling Fundraiser for the FECU Laurentian Lanes (222 Montee de Liesse) - November 19th 2023, 12:30pm $25 - Adults; $16 - Youth under 16 (includes shoe rental) On-site snack bar available Join Father David and his team in supporting the Foundation for the Education of Children in Uganda (FECU) with this family-friendly fundraiser!
The FECU is an organization that provides assistance and support for the education of underprivileged children in the rural areas of Uganda. For more info, call Noreen Olivieri, 514-889-4501; Rosemary Cinelli, 514-705-7110; or Fr. David, 514-213-5778.
If possible, make your team of 5-6 and send it to Noreen.
If you cannot participate in this activity, you can still make a donation to the FECU by mail addressed to The FECU, 105 Beaconsfield Blvd, Beaconsfield, QC H9W 3Z8. Tax receipts will be issued for $25 or above.
Office Hours Regular Office Hours are Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Friday, 9:00am-3:30pm. The office is closed on Wednesday.
Sanctuary Lamp Every week, the candle above the tabernacle is lit, and can be lit in memory of a loved one or for special intentions for a suggested offering of $20. For more information and to book a specific week please contact the office.