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St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church
Brampton, Ontario
Readings for Sunday, November 13, 2011
THIRTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Proverbs 31.10-13, 16-18,
20, 26, 28-31
Second Reading: 1 Thessalonians 5.1-6
Gospel(longer)
Matthew 25.14-30 or
(shorter)
Matthew 25.14-15, 19-21
VOCATIONS
“Keep awake, therefore, for you know neither the day nor
the hour.” Listen with your heart as well as with your ears
for then you may accept the call to serve in consecrated life
or priesthood. If God is calling you, contact:
Fr. Hansoo Park (416) 968-0997.
First Reading:
LAMP INTENTIONS
The Two Sanctuary Lamps, the St. Anne Lamp, the
Sacred Heart Lamp, the Divine Mercy Lamp and the
Padre Pio Lamp burn for Your Special Intention:
Email: [email protected]
www.vocationstoronto.ca
EDGE NEWS
ATTENTION
Parents
of
Children in Grades 6, 7 & 8:
Due to a lack of volunteers who
can offer their time weekly, EDGE Nights will
take place only on the last Friday of each
forms can be obtained from & returned to the
church office.
This week the lamps are burning for:
LAMP NO. 1:
LAMP NO. 2:
SACRED HEART
ST. ANNE LAMP:
DIVINE MERCY:
PADRE PIO:
Intentions of Mr.& Mrs. Curini
Intentions of Mr. Stallone
Intentions of Mr. McBride
Intentions of Mr.&Mrs. Silvestri
Intentions of Mr.&Mrs. Maramieri
For the soul of Jonathan Faria
Monday, November 7, 2011
9:15 am
† Lucrecia & Leopoldo Labog
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
9:15 am
† Salvatore Palermo &
† Joseph Maranzano
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
9:15 am
All Souls in Purgatory
7:00 pm
Rosaria & Domenico Gulli
Thursday, November 10, 2011
9:15 am
† Bill Conely & Macaulay family
Friday, November 11, 2011
9:15 am
† Iduino Dutra & living and deceased
family members
7:00 pm
† Open Intentions
Saturday, November 12, 2011
9:15 am
† For the Bilton Family in
Thanksgiving
7 PM FRIDAY
YOUTH MASS
CHOIR
Announcing…
Youth Mass Choir Practices:
5:30-6:55 pm @ St. Anne’s Church
Then we sing @ 7 pm Friday Mass 

Do you sing or play an instrument?
Are available from 5:30 – 8 pm most Fridays?
Please leave your contact information in the Church
office if you are interested in singing or playing an
instrument with us.
All volunteers 18 & over must have a volunteer
screening & a vulnerable sector police check
Life
meet
Teen
every
LIFE TEEN
will
Saturday
evening in the Stephenson room for
teens in grades 9 – 12 beginning at
6:00 p.m.
Please bring a high
school age friend or friends with
you!
St. Anne’s Food Assistance would like to
THANK everyone who donated and
participated in the recent Food Drive.
JABEZ PRAYER GROUP
Jabez Prayer Group meets at 7:30 pm every
Wednesday evening in the Fraser room.
New members are always welcome
CENTERING PRAYER GROUP
Centering Prayer Group gathers on Thursday
mornings after the 9:15 a.m. Mass and Rosary
All
are
welcome
to
join
for
quiet
meditation,
movie
and
discussion.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
VOICES FOR CHRIST
The 10:00 o’clock choir was asked
to take part in the Voices for
Christ competition. It promises to
be a fun evening. Fr. Damian will
be singing with us, and afterwards,
we will lead the audience in some
carol singing. The event will be held on Friday,
November 18th at 7:30 p.m. at Cristo Rei (Christ
the King) parish on Confederation Parkway,
Mississauga. Tickets are $5.00 each. There are
posters on the boards in the lobby detailing more
information. For tickets or information, contact:
Dereyk Rego (416) 473-5738; Piety Fernandes
(647) 267-1968; Jacob J: (416) 731-1668
or Allan Fernandes (647-989-5956.
SUNDAY MISSALS
Sunday Missals for 2012 are available in the
Religious Articles Store after all weekend Masses
for $4.00 each.
There will be a MANDATORY Eucharistic Ministers
meeting on Tuesday, November 15 at 8:15 p.m. in the
Church dealing with the new Missal changes.
THE NEW TRANSLATION – FOR MANY
The
translation
of
Eucharistic
prayers
in
the
new
Roman
Missal
being
promulgated
on
November
27
involves
some
significant
changes
to
the
words
of
consecration
of
the
Precious
Blood.
The
priest
will
now
say
"Take
this,
all
of
you,
and
drink
from
it:
for
this
is
the
chalice
of
my
Blood,
the
Blood
of
the
new
and
eternal
covenant;
which
will
be
poured
out
for
you
and
for
many
for
the
forgiveness
of
sins."
Some
have
raised
concerns
that
the
words
"for
many"
limit
the
universal
scope
of
Jesus'
saving
mission.
This
is
a
misunderstanding
of
the
text,
for
the
Church
teaches
that
the
Lord
gave
his
life
for
every
human
being
who
has
ever
lived
since
the
beginning
of
the
world
and
every
human
being
who
will
ever
live
until
the
end
of
time.
So,
if
really
did
Jesus
die
for
everyone,
why
the
change?
Well,
this
new
translation
is
faithful
to
Jesus'
actual
words
from
the
Last
Supper
accounts
in
the
Gospels
(see
Matthew
26:28).
It
is
also
more
harmonious
with
the
Latin
text
of
the
Mass,
which
has
been
used
in
the
liturgy
for
centuries.
Most
of
all,
this
new
translation
points
to
the
reality
that,
although
Jesus
died
for
all,
each
individual
must
choose
to
welcome
the
gift
of
salvation
in
Christ
and
live
according
to
that
grace,
so
that
he
or
she
may
be
among
"the
many"
that
are
described
in
this
text.
Scripture
scholars
have
observed
that
Jesus'
language
at
the
Last
Supper
about
His
Blood
being
poured
out
"for
many"
recalls
"the
many"
that
are
three
times
mentioned
in
Isaiah
53:11‐12.
In
this
prophecy,
Isaiah
foretold
that
God
one
day
would
send
his
servant
who
would
make
himself
"an
offering
for
sin,"
bearing
the
sin
of
"many"
and
making
"many"
righteous
(Isaiah
53:10‐12).
Jesus
shows
himself
to
be
the
figure
108
prophesied
by
Isaiah,
the
"suffering
servant"
who
offers
his
life
for
the
"many."
Again,
this
should
not
be
understood
in
opposition
to
the
fact
that
Jesus
died
"for
all"
(1
Timothy
2:6).
The
other
prophecies
in
Isaiah
about
the
Servant
of
the
Lord
make
clear
that
he
has
a
mission
to
announce
salvation
to
all
humanity
(for
example,
Isaiah
42:1‐10,
49:6,
52:10).
In
this
context,
the
expression
"the
many"
can
be
seen
as
contrasting
the
one
person
who
dies
with
the
many
who
benefit
from
his
atoning
sacrifice.
NOVEMBER MASSES FOR THE HOLY SOULS
The month of November
is traditionally dedicated
to prayers for the dead. One of the Masses each
Wednesday has been reserved for this intention. If you
wish to request prayers for deceased members of your
family, please fill out the special ALL SOULS
ENVELOPE and return it to the Church. Prayer
requests will be reserved in a special place in the
sanctuary during the month of November.
EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS IN
DUBLIN IRELAND
The
Archdiocese
of
Toronto
is
organizing
a
pilgrimage
to
the
50th
International
Eucharistic
Congress
in
Dublin,
Ireland
from
June
10-17,
2012.
There
is
an
option
for
an
extended
stay
in
Ireland
highlighting
religious
sites
from
June
18-June
25.
Package
information
and
registration
forms
are
available
on-line
at
www.archtoronto.org/iec.
Spaces
are
limited
and
the
deadline
for
registration
is
November
15,
2011.
MASS FOR IRAQI REFUGEE FAMILIES
ST. JEROME’S CHURCH
Many
Catholic
parishes
have
started
a
Refugee
Committee
to
raise
funds
and
offer
support
to
Iraqi‐
Christian
families
who
are
sponsored
through
the
Archdiocesan
Refugee
Program.
On
Tuesday,
November
22nd,
Bishop
Nguyen
will
be
celebrating
Mass
at
7:00
p.m.
for
these
families.
After
Mass
he
will
be
sharing
his
personal
story
as
a
refugee.
We
invite
you
to
join
us
for
the
presentation
and
to
share
refreshments
and
snacks.
We
look
forward
to
seeing
you
there
and
only
request
a
donation
to
help
support
the
refugee
families
sponsored
by
Brampton
Parishes.
SOCIAL COMMITTEE
THERE
WILL
BE
A
SOCIAL
COMMITTEE
MEETING
IN
THE
STEPHENSON
ROOM
ON
Thursday,
November
10,
2011
@
7
pm
THE SHEPHERDS’ TRUST
The Shepherds’ Trust cares for those who always
cared for us – our retired priests. They were with
us to joyfully celebrate our marriage, baptize our
children and also to support us during times of
sadness and grief. Please take a copy of our
Annual Newsletter home with you today – and
read the personal stories about how priests have
greatly influenced the lives of so many of us –
including Maria Silva –Alto and Betty Klauke.
The Shepherds’ Trust Collection takes place
next weekend – November 12th and 13th, with
envelopes being distributed this weekend at
each mass.
Thank you for your generous support .
LADIES RETREAT - 2011
MARYLAKE RETREAT CENTRE
13760 Keele Street, King City, Ontario
Ladies, come and join us for a spiritual weekend
at Marylake Retreat Centre. It is where the
door to everyday life closes, and a new one
opens to peacefulness and escape.
The Theme this year is:
“CHRIST OUR HOPE”
The retreat takes place on November 25th, 26th
and 27th – Friday, Saturday and Sunday
For more information contact:
Theresa Smith at (416) 620-5436 or
Noreen Kearney at (905) 455-7079
OVER 55 BAZAAR
The Over 55 Group is having a Christmas Bazaar
on Saturday, Nov. 26th and after all Masses on
Sunday, November 27th.
Raffle tickets will also be on sale.
Donations of craft items and baked goods would
be appreciated. Donations of baking can be
brought to the Stephenson room Friday, November
25th or Saturday after the morning mass. Thank
you!
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