From homemade spice mixes and rubs, to cakes, loaves, barks, brittles and squares, and even customized ornaments, the St. Joe’s Supper Table Christmas Catalogue has an array of gift options for the holidays.
Parish Pastoral Council, in collaboration with Chris Adam and Fr. Jim, has decided to hold the 2020 Annual General Meeting via Zoom as opposed to in-person as was originally planned.
This Sunday’s reflection is offered by parishioner and member of the Refugee Outreach Committee, John Weir. In the reading from Ezekiel, we read and reflect on Judeans who find themselves forcibly displaced, in exile in Babylon. The reflection explores how forced displacements have effected more than 80 million people in our world today…
See our detailed AGM report on accomplishments and challenges at St. Joseph’s Parish over the past 12 months.
The parable of the worker in the vineyard is hard to understand if we receive it as a message about strict justice or progressive labour laws. But what happens if we accept it as an invitation to comprehend God’s totally outrageous generosity?
When you think about it, God really is a brilliant psychologist. God recognizes the need for forgiveness and reconciliation for our souls.