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 Holy Name of Jesus Parish, 950 Old Kingston Mills Road, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 4V3 

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Pentecost Sunday – May 31, 2009
Saturday May  30 5:30 pm Tom & Adriana Stenson – Church
Sunday May  31 8:45 am
10:30 am
Deceased Members of Lanthier & Seguin Families
Parishioners – St. Martha School
Tuesday June   2 10:00 am Mary Granger
Wednesday June   3 10:00 am Intentions of Annette Gordon
Thursday June   4 10:00 am Shirley Denis
Friday June   5 10:30 am Helen Mullen
Saturday June   6 5:30 pm Jeff Kennedy – Church
Sunday June   7 8:45 am
10:30 am
Loretta Adams – Church
Parishioners – St. Martha School
Today we celebrate the birthday of the Church, the day that the Holy Spirit descended on the Apostles.
The gifts of the Holy Spirit helped them to fulfill their mission to preach the Gospel to all nations.
All we need to do is open our ears and our hearts and
we will be filled with the power of the Holy Spirit and
we will be able to lead a truly Christian life in word and deed.

Catholic Women’s League News:
-Catholic Women’s League Meeting on Tuesday, June 9th  will wrap up the year. There will be a special presentation!
-Retreat: Saturday, June 13, sponsored by the C.W.L. at C.F.B.  Father Shawn Hughes will be the retreat master. (8:30am-4pm).
If you wish to attend please call Karla by May 31st - 613-546-0285.

Banns of Marriage

Stephen James Duetta

Michelle Ruth Munro


Knights of Columbus Spaghetti Dinner!!   Friday, June 19 from 5 to 7 pm at Holy Name School.  Adults $10 / Children under 12- $5 / Children under 5 – Free!  You can get tickets in advance from the Knights or at the door.  Sauce will be for sale at $10 per liter after the dinner.  50% of proceeds will go to the Priests Retirement Fund and 50 % to Council Charities.

Attention Blood Donors: When you donate blood please make reference to ID #KNIG009249 and your donation will be linked with our Knights of Columbus in the Partners for Life Program.

Thank you for praying for our armed forces .  Please continue to pray for those now serving in foreign lands: Carl Turenne.

Thank you to all who continue to bring food items every weekend for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. They report that our food is not on the shelf very long.  Poor families are truly in need. Thank you for helping them.

Our Lady of Lourdes School Fund Raiser Dance and Silent Auction: Saturday June 6th- 8 pm to 1am at Holy Cross High School.  Featuring “80’s enuff” - $15 per ticket. 
For more information call Odette Plain 613-389-2289.

Lviv Ukraine Folklore Festival:  June12, 13 and 14, 2009 – Celebrating our 40th Anniversary! - Regiopolis Notre Dame Catholic High School – Passports are $5.00
For information call 613-549-5060.

Presentation on St. Paul:  St. Paul’s understanding of Church will be given by Father Tom Rosica from Salt & Light TV Toronto on Thursday, June 18th from 7 to 9 pm at the Sisters of Providence Motherhouse Chapel, 1200 Princess St.  To pre-register, phone Gorett at 613-548-4461 or email her at ore@romancatholic.kingston.on.ca.  Seating is limited so
pre-registration is required.

1st Annual Knights of Columbus Charity Golf Tournament and Rib Fest: Join in the fun June 20th; tee off time is 1 pm at the Picton Golf and Country Club.  The cost is $100 per golfer which covers your green fee, cart rental and a full rack of ribs and chicken dinner.  Tickets are available by calling Danny Gannon at 613-476-3902 or by email ekm81150@yahoo.ca

Are You Growing a Vegetable Garden this year?:  The Sisters of Providence ask you to consider sharing your harvest with your community.  Plant a little extra in your garden and drop off the produce.  The Loving Spoonful, and Partners in Mission Foodbank, will see that your donation gets to those who need it most.  Contact growarowforkingston@gmail.com or call Susan at 613-583-2055.

Wolf Island Day Camp: Once again the Wolf Island Day Camp is gearing up for an exciting summer! Camp is open to all children between the ages of 5 to 12 years.  The cost for registration will remain at $125 per child for a one week session with a 10% discount for each additional week.  Due to the July 1st holiday the cost for the first week will be prorated.  Camp begins June 29th  and will end August 7th.  Camp activities include swimming, sports, games, theme days and crafts.  Weekly events include trips to rock climbing, bowling, buskers, Premier Fitness, Playtrium, Westbrook Golf Club and Grass Creek Park.  www.alcdsb.on.ca/widc  or call Jennifer Stainrod @ 613-354-5093. Ext. 31.

 Caribbean Youth Gathering: New opportunity for youth (18 to 30 yrs old) to attend a Caribbean Youth Gathering in Kingston, Jamaica  July 9-19, 2009.  The program is similar to World Youth Days. The ten day experience will include prayer, worship and music with opportunities for group discussion; a very interactive ten day focus on faith.  Cost. $688.00.  For more information, please call Anne at 613-548-4461 or at youth@romancatholic.kingston.on.ca. Registration form is available on website www.archdioceseofkingston.org  .

Liturgy Schedule
June 6 & 7
5:30 pm
Sheilagh Cybulski George Caron As Arranged
8:45 am
Lorne Glasspoole Bonnie Henderson R. Bouvier & Colin MacDougall
St Martha
10:30 am
Cynthia St. Jacques Cathy Vanhorn As Arranged

Our goal is to have at least 2 or 3 adorers or a family for each hour-
If you can give an hour to Jesus PLEASE call Shirley 613-548-3091 or Karla 613-546-0285

Statue of Mary ( please leave in the entrance after the Mass you attend – for the next family)
            The week of May 31 prayers will be offered in the Burns Home
            The week of June 7 prayers will be offered in the home of Lois Halligan

“Each evening bird lover Tom stood in his backyard, hooting like an owl – and one night, an owl called back to him.
For a year, the man and his feathered friend hooted back and forth.
He even kept a log of the “conversation”.
Just as he thought he was on the verge of a breakthrough in interspecies communication, his wife had a chat with her next door neighbor.
“My husband spends his nights…calling out to owls,” she said.
That’s odd,” the neighbor replied. “So does my husband.”
Then it dawned on them.


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