LAMP INTENTIONS

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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 the following Intentions:
LAMP NO. 1:
LAMP NO. 2:
SACRED HEART
ST. ANNE LAMP:
DIVINE MERCY:
PADRE PIO:
For the soul of Elena Maciel
For the soul of Francis Xavier Tran Dai
In memory of Jonathan Faria
For the intention of Dorothy Cummings
For the soul of Maria de Lima
For the intentions of Paula Silverio & family
LENTEN PENANCE CELEBRATION
Monday, March 26, 2012
9:15 am
† Reggie Schembri
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
9:15 am
† Deacon Frank Sirianni
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
9:15 am
† For the souls of Tavares family
7:00 pm
† Antonio Spadafora
Thursday, March 29, 2012
9:15 am
† Mario Antonio, Mario Manuel
Martins & family
Friday, March 30, 2012
9:15 am
† For the soul of Comfort Adafor
Nobei
7:00 pm
† Deacon Frank Sirianni
Saturday, March 31, 2012
9:15 am
† Melanie Nogueira
(Confession)
Reminder – The Lenten Reconciliation will take
place this Sunday, March 25th (today) at 7:00 p.m.
in the Church. Many priests will be present to hear
confession in a variety of different languages.
MASS FOR LIFE
Monday,
March
26
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7:00 p.m.
St. Anne's Parish
Rosary:
Mass:
6:30 p.m.,
7:00 p.m. with special blessing for
expectant mothers.
Key Speaker: Nancy Kelly.
Reception and baby shower for Birthright to
follow after the Mass
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During the Holy Season of Lent
We will pray
THE WAY OF THE CROSS
Every Friday evening following the 7:00 pm Mass.
Please join us as we meditate on the Passion of Our Lord.
th
March 30
“Mary’s Way of the Cross”
th
April 6
(Good Friday) Way of the Cross with
meditations by Blessed John Paul II and
prayers by LifeTeen
Readings for Sunday April 1, 2012
PALM SUNDAY OF THE LORD’S PASSION
First Reading:
Isaiah 50.4-7
Second Reading: Philippians 2.6-11
Gospel
Mark 14.1-15.47
VOCATIONS
Unless a seed first dries out and dies, it cannot
be planted in the earth to grow. Unless we die
to our selfish ways, we cannot expect to be
people who will “lay down their lives for their
friends”. If you think God is calling you to lay
down your life as a priest, religious or deacon for
His Church, call
Fr. Hansoo Park (416) 968-0997
email:[email protected]
www.vocationstoronto.ca
JABEZ PRAYER GROUP
Jabez Prayer Group meets at 7:30 p.m. every
Monday evenings in the Fraser room.
New members are always welcome
SHARELIFE
WORKING WONDERS IN OUR COMMUNITY….
“You don’t have to look far to see the wonders being worked by ShareLife in your
neighbourhood, in the homes on your street, in the pews of your parish. ShareLife agencies
provide competent, faith-informed care to those who turn to them for help, regardless of
their beliefs or background. Last year, more than 250,000 people in our Archdiocese were
helped in more than 20 languages, receiving the compassion, care and respect they rightly deserve. In addition,
countless others were assisted through outreach programs around the world.
— Cardinal Thomas C. Collins, Archbishop of Toronto
Today is ShareLife Sunday.
Please give generously. You can work WONDERS!
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Council 14749 is holding their annual dinner/dance on
April 21st at 6:30 pm.
Tickets are on sale after every mass. Please see any Brother Knight
for more information.
Please note that the venue has changed to John Fisher Auditorium.
CHRISM MASS AT ST. MICHAEL’S CATHEDRAL
On Tuesday morning, April 3rd at 11:00 a.m., parishioners are invited to attend the Chrism Mass
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Upcoming Weekend Date: April 20-22, 2012
Married couples: You deserve a weekend to celebrate being together; to rediscover each other and
focus on ways to make your relationship even better. A Worldwide Marriage Weekend offers this
opportunity. Consider giving each other or another couple that you know the gift of a weekend away
from daily pressures; time to be with each other and with God on a Marriage Encounter Weekend.
For further information or registration, please contact:
Cora & Mike Bryce (905) 896-2958 or [email protected]
BILLY GRIMA CONCERT
After 5 p.m. Mass
THE PASSOVER SEDER – UNDERSTANDING OUR
JEWISH
ROOTS – March 29th
The feast of
Passover is the central
story of the
Jewish
people,
first
celebrated
3,500 years ago, when
God was about to deliver the Israelites out of their
enslavement in Egypt. In the Seder (which means “order”)
meal, we eat special foods that have symbolic significance
and tell the story of the departure from Egypt, sing songs
and say special prayers. It will give a new dimension to
understanding the Mass and will set the scene for Holy
Week in a very special way. All are welcome to experience
this Seder Meal presentation! To reserve your ticket(s),
please call the St. Francis Xavier Parish Office, 905 890
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5299. Location: 5650 Mavis Road (south of 401 on Mavis
Road, Mississauga
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