Intentions of Connie Feijo -Church
Parishioners - St Martha School
Intentions of All Sick in the Parish
Patricia & Clarence Hardsand
Intentions of Maria Feijo -Mae’s Nursing Home
Michael Jesus- Church
James Murphy - Church
Parishioners- St. Martha
Second Sunday of Ordinary Time- January 14, 2007
Mary is a mother who is more attentive to all our needs than any mother
on earth ever has been or ever will be. The miracle of the wine
takes place because Our Lady has interceded; it happens only because of
her petition. We need only to go to Mary for all our needs.
Statue of Mary (Please leave in the entrance after the Mass you attend - for the next family)
The week of Jan. 14th prayers will be offered in the home of
The week of Jan. 21st prayers will be offered in the home of Lois
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT IN THE CHAPEL ALL DAY THURSDAY INTENTIONS: VOCATIONS + SANCTITY OF LIFE + ALL WHO ARE ILL
IF YOU CAN GIVE AN HOUR TO JESUS - PLEASE CALL SHIRLEY- 613-548-3091 or KARLA -613-546-0418
Every week you are asked to try to bring food items when you come to Mass. The St. Vincent de Paul Society is in constant need for food to give to poor families. Help us to feed the hungry.
Bible Study this Tuesday, Jan. 16, 7:30 p.m. in St. Joseph’s room. Book of Revelation: Review and Chapter 17 & 18
Meetings to prepare for First Confession and First Communion for Grade two Students and their parents:
-Monday, January 15, 7:00 p.m. at Holy Name School (students from public and french schools should attend)
-Wednesday, January 17, 7:00 p.m. at St. Martha School
Communion Breakfast: Sunday,
January 21st, noon at Rideau Acres. Full Breakfast: abundant,
delicious food. $10 person or $30 family. Guest speaker: Dr.
Karen Yeates. Karen is a parishioner who is returning to Africa
for four months with her husband and children. Tickets will be
available in the new year.
The latest improvement to our parish is a special place of reservation for the Holy Oils. One of our talented parishioners, Fern Delisle, hand crafted this special reservatory.
Thank you very much, Fern!
INCOME TAX RECEIPTS FOR 2006 - will be handed out this week and next or you can pick them up at the Parish office. .
MASS & ROSARY FOR THE SICK
next Tuesday JAN 16th - rosary will be prayed at 6:40 pm & Mass
will follow - please come & pray for our parishioners and others.
The special collection this week
is to help the work of Dr. Karen Yeates in Africa. Karen is a
parishioner who is going to Africa for 4 months with her husband,
Roman, and their children, Jack and Hanna. Donations will still
be accepted next weekend. Karen will speak at the Communion
Breakfast on January 21st before leaving for Tanzania. Please
pray for them.
Your prayers and kind support for me during my recent sickness gave me needed courage and hope. Thank you for being there for me. It’s wonderful how we actually feel the power of prayer at work, buoying us up in our trials. Father Richard Whalen
Liturgy Schedule Jan 13/14
J. & L. Emmerson
R. & C. Gould
Things to Look Forward to
Jan. 15th and Jan. 17th: First Communion Meetings
Sun. Jan. 21st-noon: Communion Breakfast
Ladies night has been pushed back one week to Saturday, May 12th!
APPLE PIES- are being sold for $6. Please call the office for pick up at Monsignor Raby House.
The Catholic Women’s League next meeting Wed Feb 7th. Our annual dues are being collected now - there are envelopes in the pews or in the entrance..
Parish Prayer Network consists
of over 50 parishioners who pray for you each day. They
also pray for people in need and for special intentions. If you
would like to join the Prayer Network, or if you have an intention for
the Prayer Network please call 613-546-041
Thank you for praying for our Armed Forces
The following have returned home from Afghanistan safely
Tyler Kennedy and Darcy Wright Please continue to pray for those now serving in foreign lands
Brady MacDonald Pat Norwood M. Engle M. Batley
Charles Rae Mike McBride and Will Graydon
As part of the Student Success program at Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic High School
they are compiling a list of interested persons that would be willing
to tutor. If you are a retired teacher, university graduate or an
expert in a particular subject area and would like to help with this
endeavour please call Linda Lott at 613-545-1902 ext. 2170.
Bereaved Families of Ontario will hold their monthly Family Night, on Tuesday, January 16th, starting at 7:30 p.m. at 721 Progress.
The facilitator is Rita Bell and the topic is: “Journeying, One
Day at a Time”. All bereaved persons are welcome to
attend. For information please call (613)634-1230
Are you, or someone you know, experiencing the trauma of a Separation
and/or Divorce? Where do you turn for help? Come to the New
Life Group Meeting: a Catholic Ministry for the Separated and Divorced
on alternate Tuesday evenings. Next meeting: January 23, Legal
Issues, Facilitator: Deborah Swartz. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Healing Mass at Hotel Dieu Hospital Chapel on Friday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Celebrant will be Rev. Tom MacDonald. Please Sydenham Street entrance.
O God, who has chosen the Apostles to propagate the faith & to
establish Your Holy Church, throughout the world, we earnestly beseech
You to choose from amongst our people many priests deacons, religious
brothers & sisters and lay persons who will gladly devote their
entire lives in making you known & loved by all. Through the
intercession of our Blessed Lady, we ask this through Christ our