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351 Willibrord Avenue, Verdun, Québec H4G 2T7 - Tel: (514) 769-9678 - Fax: (514) 761-1717

Parish Bulletin

Sunday October 21 2012

Board of Wardens
Angele Lafleche Joseph Brisindi
Patrick Pellerin Dan Ormsby
Nicholas Pinto Susan McCann

Staff: Ann Daye Secretary (Interim)
Hélène Di Lallo Coordinator
Chris Ramdhanie Custodian

ST. WILLIBRORD PARISH
351 Willibrord Avenue, Verdun, H4G 2T7
Tel : (514) 769-9678 Fax : (514) 761-1717
Email ~ stwillibrordparish @videotron.ca
Parish website ~ www. stwillibrord parish.org
PASTOR ~ Rev. Father Stephen Otvos

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CELEBRATION OF EUCHARIST

Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 10:30 am
Tuesday 4:30 pm
Wednesday (Devotions) 7:00 pm
Wednesday: (Mass) 7:30 pm
Thursday & Friday: 9:00 am
Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
(Adoration)

CONFESSIONS will be heard 15 minutes before each Mass ~ weekdays and weekends.

BAPTISM INFORMATION

Baptisms will take place on the fourth Sunday of the month at 12:00 noon. Parents wishing to have their child baptized are asked to contact the Parish Office, (514) 769-9678, for details.

A meeting with Parents and Godparents is a pre-requisite.

Please note: Godparents must be baptized and confirmed in the Catholic Faith to be eligible to serve as sponsors.


On October 21st, in Rome, Pope Benedict XVI will canonize Kateri Tekakwitha. To mark this special occasion, all are invited to go and watch the rebroadcast of the canonization at 9:00 a.m. at Saint-Francis-Xavier Mission in Kahnawake. It is at this very place that the remains of Saint Kateri, the lily of the Mohawks, are entombed. Msgr. Jacques Berthelet, C.S.V., bishop emeritus of Saint-Jean-Longueuil, will preside a Eucharistic Celebration at 10:30 am, just after the broadcast. A procession to the tomb of Kateri will be held afterward within the church and a period of adoration will follow until 5:00 p.m.

FALL FAIR

(5 days and counting)
Anyone who would like to offer a few hours to volunteer and help out at one of the many tables, please call the Rectory and leave your name and time available. Please ensure that your raffle tickets are in – you never know if you might be one of the winners. If you have any baked goods or donations to bring in, the Rectory and the Church Hall will be open to welcome you from Monday until Thursday.

NO MASS

In anticipation of the Mass for the Opening of our 100th anniversary year, there will be no Mass celebrated on Saturday, November 3rd in the hopes that everyone will be able to attend our Feast Day Mass on Sunday, November 4th at 10:30 a.m. We will have as our guest, Bishop Thomas Dowd to celebrate this special event.

St. Thomas More Parish

Annual Flea Market & Craft Sale
Saturday, October 27th (9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.) with over 50 booths providing many bargains and refreshments available – all at reasonable prices.

New Office Hours

As of November 5th, please note that the office will be closed on Mondays.

Weekly Collection

Beginning now, we will be posting the collection for the previous weekend. The combined collection for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13 and 14 was $1,308.00.

Finding Common Ground

Although the event that had been scheduled for Saturday, October 20th was cancelled, this event will be rescheduled to take place early next year. Please keep Karen and the event in your prayers as headway is made to contact several churches in the area and to enlist the help of necessary musicians for this event (in particular worship music).

Feast of All Saints & All Souls

To be celebrated Friday, November 2nd at 7:00 p.m. If you have experienced the loss of a loved one during the year and would like to remember and pray for them on this occasion, please call the Rectory so that we can offer their name in prayer during the Mass.

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