The Good Shepherd, mosaic in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia

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The Good Shepherd, mosaic in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia
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The Good Shepherd, mosaic in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna, Italy, ca. 425.
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June & July
Flower Donation
We have open slots for June & July flower
donations. If you are interested in donating
towards altar flowers, please feel free to
contact Maria at 604.685.6832 ext 10 or
email to [email protected]
Request Your Favourite Hymn Beloved hymn
you haven't heard in a while? Requests are welcome! We cannot guarantee that a suggestion
can be included, but if it can be found in the
book of Common Praise and is liturgically appropriate for the season, it should be relatively easy
to incorporate into an upcoming service. Feel
free to suggest a title or hymn number to the
Music Director after a service! (or email :
[email protected])
Curtis & Silmara will be at the West End
Community Centre's Art in the City art
show & sale all weekend, please stop by
Saturday or Sunday afternoons - May
2nd & 3rd - to say hello the them and
check out their Projection Project
cinema-themed booth!). !
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Movie Night Corner
Welcome guest host David Facey-Crowther for Movie Night at St Paul's!
David will be introducing and presenting a favourite movie of his, namely Nanni Moretti's gently
moving 2011 film Habemus Papam - We Have a
Pope.
Starring veteran actor Michel Piccoli, this film is
set in the not-so-distant days following the death
of a long-serving beloved Pontiff and the election
of his successor. The new pope, however, is a
reluctant one and the movie tells the story of man
struggling to make sense of the massive responsibility suddenly and unexpectedly placed upon him.
With the pressures of the media, the faithful, his
cardinals and an atheist psychiatrist all bearing
down on him, the new Pope flees the Vatican for a
soul-searching journey through Rome, He reaches back to his roots as an actor as the film explores the nature of those untaken paths of our
lives, those alternate decisions and what-ifs.
Funny, moving, sad and bittersweet all at the
same time, you won't want to miss this special
Movie Night screening.
Friday, May 1st in the King's Room/Library.
Please enter through the BIG RED Labyrinth door
and be there by 6:45pm to load up on the traditional pizza & popcorn in time for a 7pm start.
Tell your friends!

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