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Parish Bulletin for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear parishioners and friends,

Please find attached this weekend’s bulletin for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Included is an invitation to a pre-Lent potluck as well as a handful of updates from the Supper Table and Faith Formation. Additionally, please note the announcement at the back of the bulletin with regards to email difficulties we have been having of late.

Stay dry this weekend!

Bulletin – Jan 28 2024

Parish Bulletin for the Epiphany of the Lord

Happy New Year! This Sunday’s Bulletin includes a New Year’s message from the executive director with important parish updates, notably information on our Sunday Mass times. In short: we will continue celebrating one Sunday morning Mass at 10:30 am through Ordinary Time. For more details on this, as well as other news, including the upcoming First Reconciliation and First Communion Preparation, and an update on major donations received in December, please see the Bulletin here: Bulletin – Jan 7 2024.

Parish Bulletin for the 2nd Sunday of Advent

Dear all,

Below is our bulletin for Sunday, December 10th, the 2nd Sunday of Advent. This week, we share Fr. Robert’s Advent message, update you with news about our recent fundraising efforts, and advertise some upcoming performances– namely the Festival of Lessons and Carols, which will take place on Dec 17th at 3pm! Hope to see you there, and have a lovely weekend.

Bulletin – Dec 10 2023

Luke Guimond: Reflection for Solemnity of Christ the King

Good morning – as this is my first reflection, my name is Luke Guimond. I am a new-ish member of St. Joe’s and a member of the parish council. When I was asked which weekend in November I wanted as my début, my answer was easily the Solemnity of Christ the King. This was because the parish I grew up in was Christ the King parish, so I am wearing red (the parish’s colour) and have dawned my CTK parish pin as a result. More profoundly, the readings speak of how we are meant to act as followers of Christ. Continue reading Luke Guimond: Reflection for Solemnity of Christ the King