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St. Patrick’s Parish is participating in the Operation Christmas Child project for the first time! The Operation Christmas Child project is where you pack a shoe box with little toys, school supplies, stuffed animals, hygiene items, a personal note, and etc. St. Patrick’s Parish is participating in this project to help spread the spirit of Christmas to children in less fortunate areas of the world. Along with packing a shoe box you’re asked to attach a minimum 7 dollar donation which will cover the cost of shipping the box to the different areas of the world. This project starts this weekend where boxes will be distributed after each weekend mass. We ask that you return your box by November 8th or 9th. For more information please email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support!
Wishing all parishioners, their family and friends a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Parents/caregivers are asked to please see under the Family Catechesis page of our website a link to important dates and information about our program for the 2014 – 2015 year.
October is the month of the Rosary. Please see the link below for a Rosary for children and families. This is a great site to use to introduce your child/ren to the beautiful prayer of the Rosary. The Rosary tells the story of our salvation. Our Lady has revealed that each time we say a Hail Mary we are giving her a beautiful rose and that each complete Rosary makes her a crown of roses.
DO YOU HAVE TWO HOURS TO SPARE EACH WEEK!!!!! Volunteers are required at St. Patrick’s Mercy Home to assist with portering residents to and from chapel services. This commitment would require approximately two (2) hours per week between the hours of 10AM and noon. Anyone who may be interested or needs more information please contact Judy Cook, Volunteer Services, St. Patrick’s Mercy Home at 752-8705.
This weekend marks the last long weekend of the summer and our annual celebration of Labour Day. This weekend we remember and pray for all laborers both home and abroad. We remember in a special way all those who are looking for meaningful employment so that they can provide for their families and loved ones. Let us pray for the dignity of all work and workers. Wishing a very safe and happy long weekend to all our parishioners and friends of St. Patrick’s.