Liturgy of the Word and Parish Update on the Fifth Sunday of Lent
Our Liturgy of the Word for use at home on the Fifth Sunday of Lent and some news from St. Joseph’s Parish…
A video reflection by Joan O’Connell on Solidarity Sunday
With the breadth and the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the very real impact it is having on us, our loved ones and our way of life, we are coming to understand solidarity on a visceral, heart, soul and gut level…
A video message from Father Jim to parishioners
Father Jim Bleackley OMI, Pastor of St. Joseph’s Parish, shares with our community a video message in which he calls us to embrace stillness.
An invitation to St. Joe’s parishioners from Chaplain Rick Gariepy
Join us at St. Joe’s via Zoom as a follow up from our last November Conference on “Moving Beyond the Religious Right and Left”… We’ll meet via the internet with some handouts (or get your copy from Kindle) Starting Thursday 7:30pm, March 26 for nine sessions.
Liturgy of the Word for the Fourth Sunday in Lent 2020
Jamie Loback has produced a Liturgy of the Word script and has compiled documents for you with the readings and Prayers of the Faithful. In this script, you will find links to parishioners Roshene and Keira Lawson offering the first and second reading on video…
Mass on TV and the Internet
Dear St. Joe’s parishioners, here are some links to the Mass on TV and the Internet.
A reflection offered in silence by Eleanor Rabnett
It seems strange to be offering this reflection in silence – as if my voice has been silenced. Yet this is a new reality for all of us as we find ways to communicate and pray with each other in the light of the Coronavirus COVID19 Pandemic.
Update on Mass Cancellations and Closures at St. Joseph’s Parish — And a Prayer from the Oblates
In light of the state of emergency declared in Ontario and the subsequent instruction to suspend all public gatherings of 50 people or more due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Masses are cancelled for a period of two weeks.