Bulletin : 3rd Sunday of Easter
3rd Sunday of Easter
Mass Intentions & Feast Days
Monday, April 24th – Ethan Schwan (+)
Tuesday, April 25th – Lorraine Spindor (+)
Saint Mark, Evangelist
Wednesday, April 26th – Jack Huff (INT)
Thursday, April 27th – Lorraine Spindor (+)
Friday, April 28th – Lorraine Spindor (+)
Saturday, April 29th – Lorraine Spindor (+)
Saint Catherine of Siena, Virgin, Doctor
Join us in celebration of the Marriage of John Da Costa and Sophia Tomczyk! Congratulations and many blessings to you!
Celebrate with us the joyous occasion of the Baptism of Royston children. Devlin & Katelyn were Baptised on Friday, April 21 with all of the children and staff of the parish school as witness! Congratulations!
News from St. Pat’s
Ministry Updates & Upcoming Events
For Sponsors and Confirmandi
following the 11:15am Mass on Sunday, April 23
Please pray for our school children as they prepare for Confirmation.
Happening this Thursday!
We are thrilled to invite you to participate in our
Spring Alpha 2023!
STARTING – April 27th for 10 weeks on Thursdays
Morning Alpha : 9:00-10:30am
Evening Alpha : 6:30-8:00pm
Integritas: A Dialogue on Faith and Mental Health
Join us as we continue the dialogue on mental health through a Catholic lens. The last session is about “Self-Care”, and will take place on Wednesday, April 26, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Fifth Ordinandi Dinner
The Vocations and Seminarians Office of the Archdiocese of Vancouver cordially invites you to the Fifth Ordinandi Dinner featuring Deacon Patrick Le and Deacon Medard Kamanzi. Join Archbishop Miller and members of the Catholic faithful on Wednesday, June 21 at the Italian Cultural Centre in Vancouver. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Dinner begins promptly at 6:00 p.m. Seating is limited. Tickets are available for purchase at https://secure.rcav.org/ordinandi-dinner-2023/
- To the Knights for providing a delicious Pancake Breakfast for the parish!
- To Cesar Inducil for a fantastic talk at Mystagogia on Wednesday!
- To Lorraine Holt for serving our Senior Social on Wednesday morning after mass.
Resources for Reflection
Project Advance, 2022 – a note from Archbishop Miller
To love one another is to see the face of Christ in every person, beginning with our families. To love one another recognizes a person’s inestimable dignity and worth. To love one another is our shared need for unfailing tenderness, kindness, compassion and care.
National Family & Life Week (NFLW), May 7-14, 2023, is an invitation from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops to the faithful in Canada to celebrate the joy and beauty of family and life by seeking out new and creative ways to live out this call in our daily lives. The NFLW theme is Jesus’ words, “Love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another” (John 13:34). Love is at the heart of familial relationships and our families are a communion of love in Christ. We are “guardians of life” when we love one another within our families, as well as in wider society when we show kindness toward and care for the vulnerable and marginalized.