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Telephone: (613) 546-0418 • Fax: (613)546-4626
 Holy Name of Jesus Parish, 950 Old Kingston Mills Road, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 4V3 

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Pentecost – May 23, 2010
Monday May 24 9:00 am Edith Gillis – Chapel
Tuesday May 25 9:00 am Tom & Adriana Stenson- Chapel
Wednesday May 26 9:00 am Harold Payne – Chapel
Friday May 28 10:30 am
7:00 pm
Nellie O’Neill – Fairfield Nsg Home
Anne Doyle – Church
Saturday May 29 5:30 pm Intentions of Linda Goldstein – Church
Sunday May 30 8:45 am
10:30 am
Parishioners – Church
William Vanhorn – St. Martha Shool
The Sanctuary Lamp burns to remind us of Christ’s presence in the Blessed Sacrament.
This week the Sanctuary Lamp burns in memory of the
deceased mothers of the Tremmel & Lenhardt Families.
If you wish to sponsor the Sanctuary Lamp for one week the cost is $10.00

The gift of the Holy Spirit given at Pentecost is available to the worshipping community, provided we are open and willing to receive it.
The feast of Pentecost, which celebrates the birthday of the church, is a great opportunity for evaluating the use we are making of our God-given gifts.
Even if our gifts are not spectacular, it does not diminish their importance.
Being a patient father, a loving mother, a good listener
and having time for the elderly may not make headlines
but it witnesses to the fact that God is to be found in the humdrum of a daily routine. 

Readings for Trinity Sunday:  1st Reading: Proverbs 8.22-31
                                                   2nd Reading: Romans 5.1-5
                                                   Gospel: John 16.12-15
Listen to the Daily Readings on your computer

Quiet time for prayer in the Church:  Holy Name church will now be open Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.

Catholic Women’s League/Knights of Columbus Potluck Dinner and Barbeque: Wednesday, June 2 at 6:00 pm here at Holy Name Church. Guest Speaker: Rebecca Murphy on her mission trip to Jamaica. This event is open to members of the Catholic Women’s League and Knights of Columbus. You must register with your Grand Knight or C.W.L. President.

Prayer Network:  On June 13th we will be updating the prayer List. If you want someone kept on the prayer list or if you want to add someone to the list, call Christine at the parish office.

Annual Garage,Bake,Plant Sale & BBQ: sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Women’s League will take place on May 29th from 8 am to 2 pm. The Knights will pick up large items. Please call the Parish office to arrange pick-ups.

Volunteers Needed:  to help existing set up crews prepare for the 10:30 Mass. If you can help please see a member of one of the set up crews or call Christine at the parish office.

Volunteer needed: Beginning in June there will be a resident of Fairfield Manor who would like to attend the 10:30 Mass every weekend.  If you can commit to providing transportation for this person every week please call Christine at the parish office.

Church Sign: Our Holy Name Church Welcome sign is in pretty bad shape.  If anyone is interested in helping with the plans for a new sign please see Father Gillis or call Christine at the parish office.

Thank you for praying for our armed forces.  Please continue to pray for those now serving in foreign lands: David Hannan & Mike McBride.

Recently you received a property assessment notice from MPAC
Now more than ever, it is essential that all partners in Catholic Education work together to demonstrate in a tangible way, their commitment to and belief in Catholic Education and in the protection and preservation of our educational system. One way to do this is by ensuring that your school tax support is designated English-Separate. To register, check or change your Direction of School Support Designation, contact: Angela MacDonald, Assessment Clerk 613-354-2255 Ext. 455 … assessment@alcdsb.on.ca

New Life Support Group: a Catholic Ministry for the Separated and Divorced will meet on Tuesday May 25 from 7:30 to 9:30 pm at the Diocesan Centre on Palace Rd.  Topic: Shattered Dreams. Video/ discussion. All faith denominations are welcome.

Project Rachel
Come and feel the breath of the Spirit?
We can help.
 Call 416-629-8264.
A weekend retreat for women whose hearts have been broken by abortion: May 28-30.
Private and Confidential.

Wolfe Island Day Camp: open to children 5 to 12 years. Cost of registration is $125 per child for a one week session with a 10% discount for each additional week that a child is registered. Camp begins the week of July 5 and completes August 13. Activities include swimming, hiking, sports, games and crafts.  Weekly trips include bowling, Buskers, movie, playtrium, lazer tag, Upper Canada Village and Grass Creek. To register visit www.alcdsb.on.ca/widc.

Holy Family Parish Family Concert: Saturday, June 5,  2:00 to 3:30 pm at Holy Family School on Wiley St.  Admission by food item for Food Bank. Canteen available.  Entertainment by Kanata Holy Trinity Concert Band.

Holy Family Parish Fund Raising Dance: Saturday, June 5, 8 pm to Midnight at Holy Family School. Tickets are $15.00 per person at the door, or in advance through Lee George 613-542-0611. Cash Bar, light lunch, 50/50 draw, door prizes! Back by popular demand, music by Kanata Holy Trinity Dance Band!

Blessed Sacrament, Amherstview Home Cooked Beef Dinner
Sunday, June 20 at 5 pm. Advance ticket sales only.  Adults: $12 ; Children (6-12) $6.00;
Family (2 adults and children under 13): $35.  For tickets call
Paul 613-384-2671 or Gary 613-384-7536. 
Last date to purchase tickets: June 13th.
Liturgy Schedule
May 29 &  30
5:30 pm
Ron Arsenault Basil Brosso   
8:45 am
Shannon Mulholland Karla Nichols   
St Martha
10:30 am
Susan Faris Laura Raycraft & Phil Henderson 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)
Please Sign Up in Entryway of Church!

According to a radio report, a middle school in Oregon was faced with a unique problem.
A number of the girls would put their lipstick on in the bathroom.
That was fine, but after they put it on they would press their lips to the mirror leaving dozens of little lip prints.
Finally the principal decided that something had to be done.
She called the girls into the bathroom and met them there with the maintenance man.
She explained that all these lip prints were causing a major problem for the custodian who had to clean the mirrors every night.
To demonstrate how difficult it was, she asked the maintenance man to clean one of the mirrors.
He took out a long-handled squeegee, dipped it into the toilet and then cleaned the mirror.
Since then…no more lip prints!

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