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Document 6610137
ST. JOHN BRĒBEUF PARISH
LASALLE QUEBEC
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
Nov 8/9,2014 $4,722.65
THIS WEEK AT BRĒBEUF
WED. NOV 19: HIGH TEA
FRI. NOV 21: HOLY HOUR 6:00 pm
NOV 22-23: FAIR TRADE FAIR:
Everyone is invited
to our parish hall Sunday, November 23 from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. for a great Christmas gift opportunity!
Several groups will be there with fairly traded products
and crafts from around the world!
Our Social Justice Group hosts this annual
event and invites everyone to stop by!
There will also be a t ea room with
delicious baked goods made with at least
one fair trade ingredient. A fabulous raffle too!
HOPE FOOD BANK: D-E-F
If your surname begins with D-E-F you are
asked to bring non-perishable food next weekend,
to be brought to the table of the Lord.
THIS WEEK WE ARE IN NEED OF TINNED FRUIT
Thank you for your generosity!
EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE
Please call 514-363-4578 and leave a message.
SUNDAY MISSALS 2014-2015
The Sunday Missals for 2014-2015 will be available next
weekend at the Informaon Centre. The price will be $5.
Kindly write your name and phone number as soon as you
purchase one, so should it get lost or forgoen, we can
contact you. Thank you
UP COMING BAZAARS IN AND AROUND
OUR COMMUNITY
Nov 22nd 11:30am-3 pm St. Lawrence Anglican Church,
520—75th ave. LaSalle
Nov 22nd /23rd 10 am—4 pm St. Télésphore Church
8811 Centrale, LaSalle
Nov 29-30 following the masses CWL of Canada
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Nov 29th 10 am—4 pm Sacred Heart School of Montreal
Fair info : 514-937-2845|
Please see the bulletin boards for more information.
NOV 24 & 27: Faith First Parent Meeting
FRI. NOV 28: HOLY HOUR 6:00 pm
FRI. NOV 28: Pub Night 7-10
On the Menu: Scottish Meat Pies
SUN. NOV 30: FIRST DAY OF ADVENT
Incense ~ Special Seasons and Feasts!
A reminder that incense will be used at our weekend
celebraons during the special seasons of Advent and
Christmas. For any who might have sensivies to the use of
incense, please note that the 9:00 AM Mass will be designated
Incense-free
an
Confessions
Available
Mass.
Before
Mass
st
Beginning the 1 Sunday of Advent, November 29/30, one
of our Priests will be available to hear confessions for 30
minutes before all weekend Masses. The cut off time will be
5
minutes
before
Mass
begins.
SUN. NOV 30: WARDENS’ ELECTIONS If you are over 18
years old and live in LaSalle, you may wish to consider
presenting yourself Sunday, November 30th, 2014 after
the 11 am, Eucharist for one of the two wardens’
positions. Please contact the office should you have any
questions.
Your
parish
needs
you!
FRI. DEC 5:
FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION Be still and know that I am God.—Psalm 4
Our monthly First Friday Adoraon will be held in the
church from 9 am—7:30 pm. Vespers will begin at 6 pm.
DEC 6-7: ANOINTING OF THE SICK The Church connues
Christ’s compassion toward the sick through the Anoinng of
the Sick. This Sacrament will be offered in the Chapel
immediately a
er each Mass on December 6th and 7th. If you
are a candidate, that is suffering from a serious illness or
awaing surgery, you are invited to come and sense the
nearness of God’s love and experience his grace and care
through this wonderful Sacrament.
SUN. DEC 7: CHRISTMAS CONCERT SING-ALONG
& BAKE SALE
Everyone is invited to join our choirs and friends
as they fill us with the spirit of Christmas on
Sunday December 7th at 2 pm in the church.
A freewill offering would be greatly appreciated.
There will be a fabulous bake sale as well, hosted by our
Faith First families before the concert begins and
during intermission. Invite your family and friends!
ATTENTION ENVELOPE USERS 186-240-266 & 318.
Please write your name and address on your envelopes for
the next few weeks, we have no informaon about you!
Thank you.
THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday (November 17) – Saint Elizabeth of Hungary,
Religious
9:00 a.m. – Deceased members of the Larocque & Jolly families
by Vera Jolly
- Felicia Carile by his wife Herminia
Tuesday (November 18)
9:00 a.m.- Maureen Cupri by Meals-On-Wheels
Wednesday (Novmber 19)
7:30 p. m. - Kazmierz Chalupa by Krystyna Uszynsta
- Allan McAuliffe by his High Tea Friends
Thursday (November 20)
9:00 a.m. - Deceased Priests by Vera Jolly
Friday (November 21)
5:30 p.m. – Paul Paradis by the Chisholms
Saturday (November 22)
4:30 p.m. - George Boisson by Phillippa
- Jacques LaFrance by Legion of Mary
- Raymond Artuso by his sister Kathy Artuso
Sunday (November 23) – Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the
Universe
9:00 a.m. - Alice McAlear Gearey by Joe & Colleen Gearey
- Ida Caucci by her daughter Enrica & family
11:00 a.m.- Pat Pitre by Meals-On-Wheels
- Louis & Linda Virgini by the Virgini family
- Deacon Allan McAuliffe by the Adult Choir
The Sanctuary Lamp is burning this week in loving
memory of Terry Clinton by Pat & family
BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE
A book will be in the back of the church near the main entrance for
you to write down the names of your departed family and friends.
They will be remembered during all celebraons during the month of
November. The book will be out unl the end of November. May the
souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace.
PARISH DUES CAMPAIGN 2014-2015
Our annual campaign has begun. Thank you to everyone who has
contributed so far! If you have not contributed, personal addressed
leers are at the back of the church, in order by street name. Please
take your leer—along with other leers on your street—to help us
reduce the mailing cost. Thank you!
NOVEMBER 15-16,2014
WEEKLY REFLECTION:
Proverbs 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31
When one finds a worthy wife, her value is far beyond
pearls. (Proverbs 31:10).
In 1843, American author Nathaniel Hawthorne published a
short story called “The Birthmark.” The story focuses on a
beauful woman, Georgiana, who has one flaw: a birthmark on her face. Her husband, Aylmer, is a scienst who
wants Georgiana to be perfect. So he concocts a poon to
remove the birthmark. Unsure but wanng to please her
husband, Georgiana drinks the poon. The birthmark
slowly fades, but as it does, so dies Georgiana. In the end,
she dies, leaving a flawless corpse.
How o)en do we act like Aylmer the scienst? How o)en
do we nitpick at our spouses instead of praising them for all
the ways they bring us joy, hold our families together, and
support us in our lives of faith?
Today’s first reading describes the characteriscs of an
honorable wife. She brings her husband good, and she
devotes herself unringly to her family. She is diligent in
running her household, she reaches out to the poor, she
sacrifices much for her family, and most of all, she fears the
Lord and follows his commands.
Scholars think that readings like this one were used as
models teach young Jewish women, like the Virgin Mary.
It’s no wonder why! This descripon of an industrious,
prayerful woman has much to teach us – men and women
alike – about how to arrange our days. It depicts a home
life that is wholesome and frui.ul. It depicts a home where
spouses honor each other and where children learn the
values of faith, hard work, and mutual respect.
Of course, no home is as flawless as the home depicted in
this reading. We are, a)er all, fallible human beings! But
that doesn’t mean we cannot all aspire to this perfect ideal.
Just remember Aylmer: be sure not to kill each other in the
process!
“Holy Mary, Mother of God, help me to follow your example
in everything I do.”
LITURGY CORNER
Questions To Ponder This Week
What are the particular talents God has given to me?
What gift have I not developed as I had hoped to?
What could I still do?
Am I willing to take risks with what I have been given?
YOUCATSESSIONSAREBACK!
Come deepen your faith together with other young people! This
year the YOUCAT sessions are travelling! The first session, we will
be hosted by the McGill Newman Center on November 20, 2014 at
7:30P.M. with Archbishop Christian Lépine! A time of prayer and
worship will be animated by the students of McGill Newman Centre
and members of the Challenge Movement. All are welcomed!
Scripture Readings for Next Weekend:
November 22/23
Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe
Ezekiel 34.11-12, 15-17 ~1 Corinthians 15.20-26, 28
Matthew 25.31-46
EL SHADDAI - DWXL
Prayer Partner Fellowship Int’l
Held every 2nd and 4th Saturday @ St. John
Brébeuf Parish. Come, be blessed!!
Experience God’s Healing & Salvaon.
For more informaon please contact
Nelia Bernardez 438-938-0708 or
Leonard Jarvis 514-363-2573 or
Eden Villoso
514-894-5490 or
Gloria Sandy
514-368-8215
UP COMING BAZAARS IN AND AROUND OUR COMMUNITY
THE CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE OF
CANADA (Montreal City Council) will be holding their
Annual Bake & Cra( Sale on Saturday, November 29th
(following the 5:00 pm Mass) and on Sunday, November
30th (following the 9:00 am and 11:00 am masses) in the
Green Room of St. Patrick’s Basilica. On sale will be homemade baked goods, Christmas cra(s, books and a White
Elephant Table. Bargains for everyone!
186-240-266 & 318.
ST. LAWRENCE ANGLICAN CHURCH:
First Event: Pudding & Souse and Bake Sale, sponsored by
the Boomers on Saturday November 22nd 11:30am3:00pm in church's lounge, located at 520 - 75th Avenue,
LaSalle, H8R 2P5
Please write your name and address on your
envelopes for the next few weeks, we have no
informaon about you! Thank you.
Second Event: Christmas Tea and Fun Bingo, sponsored
by the A.C.W. on Saturday November 29th 2:00pm5:00pm in church's lounge, located at 520 - 75th Avenue,
LaSalle, H8R 2P5
Legion of Mary—New members are welcome!
ST. TELESPHORE ART SALE
We meet every Saturday at 2:30 pm in the
Brébeuf Room. An apostolate of prayer and
service: Info: Call the parish office 514-366-0131 x 221.
Nov 22nd 10 am—5 pm 8811 rue Centrale, LaSalle
Nov 23rd 10 am—4 pm entrance from 66th avenue
ATTENTION ENVELOPE USERS
Theologia Book Ministry – Online store is
open!
TBM has just launched a Shopping Cart
feature online: shop.theologia.ca . Now you
can browse and shop online for your favourite Catholic books and be up-to-date
with new publications, while receiving the
same personalised service.
Contact Samia at 514-694-3564. To find
out more about Theologia:
www.theologia.ca
S a c r e d H e a r t C h r i s t m a s Fa i r
& I Musici Benefit Concert.
Start your Christmas shopping with The Sacred Heart School
of Montreal annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, November
29th starng at 10 am unl 4 pm. At 7 pm, a benefit concert
will be held, featuring the I Musici de Montréal professional
orchestra and several members of the school’s Concert
Band, who will perform Christmas classic repertoire under
the direcon of Jean-Michel Malouf. For ckets or informaon call 514-937-2845 or visit www.sacredheart.qc.ca

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