This week is the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time. We hope that if you were unable to register to attend public mass that you are able to join us for our live streamed mass at 10 AM. **Please be aware that due to COVID-19, Archbishop Gerard has given dispensation for all Sunday obligations. This means you are not obligated to attend mass, and we will continue to live-stream Sunday mass on our Facebook page until the dispensation has been lifted.
We are happy to announce that the parish gift shop is now open and available for visitors. Come check out the various Catholic goods, such as rosaries, bibles, medals, books, statues, pictures, and more! It is a hidden gem, right in the Narthex of our church. Hours are Tuesdays after the 7pm mass, and Wednesdays after the 12:15pm mass.
REMEMBERING THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED Each year during the month of November we remember and pray for those who have passed away. On Monday, November 2 we will remember in a special way those who passed away in the past year. The church will be open on November 2 from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. You may arrive at any time for a short time of private or family prayer. If you have an immediate family member (spouse, parent, sibling or child) who died in the past year (even if not from our parish), we invite you call the parish office (780-532-2351) before Wednesday, October 28 so that we can include their name on our list and prepare a candle in memory of your loved one.
Another reminder that we have changed the entrance to the church to be through the admin/hall entrance of the building (the doors to the south of the Bell Tower). This is especially important as it gets colder outside. We cannot expect people to stand outside while waiting to go through the screening process.
Left are dates for Adoration for the next few months. We begin Adoration at 7:00 P.M. and finish at about 7:45 P.M. We no longer have Mass connected with Adoration.
We would like to continue to invite you to join us for Reconciliation from 1-2 pm on Fridays (no-sign-up-necessary).
Archbishop’s Dinner. For the past several years, each deanery, in turn, would host an Archbishop’s Dinner. The chancery staff has come up with a way of having an Archbishop’s Dinner online. It will be a live-streamed cooking show that everyone in the archdiocese can access this. In exchange for a free-will offering, I will send you a copy of my recipe. There will be a silent auction on-line throughout that day. This will take place on FridayNovember 6th, 2020. By then, my staff may have added another element or two to this event. Watch for details on the archdiocesan website at www.archgm.ca