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specific person, you
can substitute “them”
to “him” or “her”.
8 November 2015
Jesus said, “I am the vine, you are
the branches.” John 15:5
Our Youth
LifeTeen/EDGE Programs
Upcoming Events: With Advent and our "Year of Mercy" right around the
corner, our Edge group will be making "Homeless Packs" and our LifeTeen
Group will be distributing them during our service day on Dec 5th. Our
homeless brothers and sisters are in need of socks, hats, gloves, toiletries (no
shavers) and snack items (no perishables). Keep in mind that we will be
packing these items in large Ziploc bags. If you would like to donate to this
cause, please contact Yolanda at: [email protected] Thank you!
Edge Nights: Fridays, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School, 550 North Park Dr.
LifeTeen : Saturdays, 5 pm – 9 pm
Starting with 5 pm Mass, then to the St. Joseph Room at St. Anthony’s.
“Those who are generous are blessed, for they share their bread with the
poor” Proverbs 22:9
Tutoring Program:
Every Saturday, from 3:00PM to 4:00PM
Please have your children come. Volunteer teachers are ready to help.
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ST. THOMAS AQUINAS SECONDARY SCHOOL
REGIONAL CENTRE FOR THE ARTS OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 6:30pm
Please attend with a parent.
Students from Peel District and Dufferin-Peel District schools
are all welcome to attend.
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Sunday, November 8, 2015
Thirty-second Sunday
8:15 a.m.
Paul Lyttle
9:30 a.m. Joseph & Jessie Brookes
11:00 a.m.
Pelagia Gavino
12:30 p.m.people of St. Anthony parish
Monday, November 9, 2015
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
9:00a.m. Caterina & Eugenio Moscon
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
St. Leo the Great
9:00a.m Angelita & Enrique Solis
Norah Mount
Sheilagh Rahal
Premitya Glyn-William
Thomas & Rosa Vadakkeveettilan
Frances Thorton
7:00p.m.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
St. Martin of Tours/Remembrance Day
9:00a.m. Caterina & Eugenio Moscon
Thursday, November 12, 2015
St. Josaphat
9:00a.m.
Paul Lyttle
Friday, November 13, 2015
Ferial
9:00a.m. Rosa Nadal
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Our Lady’s Saturday
9:00a.m. James & Emeteria Ty
5:00p.m.
Soledad Roman
November-month of All Souls
One of the most commonly recited of
Catholic prayers in times past; this
prayer has fallen into disuse in the last
few decades. Prayer for the dead,
however, is one of the greatest acts of
charity we can perform. Through our
prayers we can help the faithful
departed during their time in
purgatory, so that they can enter more
quickly into the fullness of Heaven. If
you are offering the prayer for a
Pray for the sick:
Barb MacLean
Paul Lyttle
Edwina Fraser
Punin Anam
Anna Maria Casiello Leona King
Fareeda Mongrue
Yeenin Anam
Michael Whitenect Lillian Pottage
Philip Manrique-Reyes
Antonio De Sousa
Eucharistic Adoration
Every Tuesday: Mass at 9:00am, followed by
Adoration all day.
Confession at 6:30pm and devotion with Mass to St.
Anthony of Padua at 7:00pm.
The CWL general meeting
will be held on Monday,
Nov. 9th at 7 pm in the
Parish Centre. We invite the ladies
of the parish and all our previous
CWL members to join us as we
discuss and plan future
activities. We're looking for your
ideas and suggestions.
Eucharistic adoration is the act of adoring the Eucharistic presence of
Christ. The Church believes that because "Christ himself, living and
glorious, is present in a true, real, and substantial manner: His Body
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and His Blood, with His soul and His divinity" (CCC: 1413), the Most
Blessed Sacrament is worthy of our adoration. To adore God is to
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acknowledge God "as God, as the Creator and Saviour, the Lord and
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Master of everything that exists, as infinite and merciful Love" (CCC:
2096-2097). "We can pray anywhere," Cardinal Collins writes, "but
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there is no more fitting place to pray on earth than in the sacramental
presence of the Lord. There we are profoundly struck with the awesome
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mystery of God's grace.
Can I read during Adoration?
Yes, and we highly recommend the Sacred Scripture and by extension
the lectionary readings as well as the Office of Readings from the
Liturgy of the Hours.
How long must I stay?
Seneca once said: "As is a tale so is life: Not how long it is, but how
good it is, is what matters." Eucharistic adoration is simply the natural
consequence of the Eucharistic celebration" (Sacramentum Caritatis,
66). We should therefore measure our time at Eucharistic adoration in
terms of its quality, and not merely in terms of its quantity. More
essentially we should consider who we become, not only what we do,
for through the Mass we become active participants in Eucharistic
adoration. "The act of adoration outside Mass prolongs and intensifies
all that takes place during the liturgical celebration
itself" (Sacramentum Caritatis, 66). Let us be
generous with our time in quality and in quantity, as
Pope St. John Paul II said: The Church and the
world have a great need of Eucharistic worship.
Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love. Let us
be generous with our time in going to meet Him in
adoration and in contemplation …
Next weekend – 14/15 November 2015 - Bishop John
Boissonneau will be coming for the pastoral visit of our
parish.
Attention Grade 7 & 8 Confirmation Students
All students and parents of the grade 7 & 8 candidates that
will be receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation during this
school year, must come to the Confirmation classes every
Saturday during the month of November. The sessions begin
with Saturday 5:00pm Mass then immediately followed by the
class until 7:30pm. Attendance is mandatory.
Please call the Outreach
Line at 905-793-8030, ext. 5.
Messages will be picked up
daily at around 5 p.m.
A screened caregiver will
then contact you for further
confidential information. You must be a
parishioner or living in the boundaries
of St. Anthony’s Parish.
Mark the dates!!!
2016 is the 40th anniversary of our parish
and we are hard at work planning a number
events to celebrate. Two dates to mark:
1. Sun. February 14 – all couples who were
married at St. Anthony’s are invited to renew
their wedding vows and receive a special
blessing at the 12:30 Mass. A reception will
follow in our parish hall. Please register at
[email protected] or call 905-793-8030.
Please include a wedding photo with your email
or drop one off at the office.
2. 40th Anniversary Gala will be held on
Friday, April 15th. More details to follow but…
hold the date as it promises to be a great evening
of food, fun, music and dancing.
Evening Bible Study here at
St. Anthony’s on Mondays at 7:00PM
sharp. Register: [email protected]
or phone 905-838-4712.
Please remember St.
Anthony Parish in your will
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