Message from Fr. Paul Raj

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Dear Parishioners

I want you to make note of the following

1.  We have cancelled the 7.00 pm Mass on Saturdays due to a few attendances. We will have Saturday 9.00 mass from this week onwards.

2.  We will also go back to our original Mass times on Sundays from next week July 5th, onwards, that is 9.00 am and 11.00 am due to less attendance and summerThis week 28th June we will have 3 Masses on Sunday 8 am, 10 am, and 12 noon. We will go back to our normal weekends Masses from July 4th/5th onwards that is Saturdays 5.00 pm and Sundays 9.00 am and 11.00 am.  

3.  Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion can distribute communion during the weekends Masses now. We may need two additional ministers apart from the priest to distribute the Holy Communion at each Mass. Those who are not comfortable doing it please do not do it. Those who would like to volunteer kindly inform Kelly Sereda our co-ordinator. He will send you an email and you can respond to him.

4.  I will be exposing the Blessed Sacrament for Adoration on every Friday for 30 minutes after the 9 am Mass.

5.  This will be the last E-Bulletin before Summer. E-Bulletin will be back in the first week of September 2020. However I will keep updating you any parish news or diocesans news through my email. I also will send you the Mass intentions for the week.  I will continue to send my recorded homilies as some are still attending Mass from home.

6.  The Office will be closed on coming Wednesday July 1st for Canada Day.

7.  The parish Office will have the Summer hours from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon during the Summer months – July and August.

I have also given you the self-assessment tool questions in the e-bulletin.

I would like to THANK very sincerely JEMIMA BERNARD for generously helping me in designing the e-bulletin, choosing appropriate prayers, collecting all the saint’s pictures, and the Catholic news around the world. She did a lot of work every week. Thank you JEMIGod Bless you.

God Bless.

With love and prayers

Fr. Paul Raj