Pancake Breakfast in the GYM this Sunday AM
May 15th, 2022
FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
NEWS FROM ST. PAT’S
MINISTRY UPDATES & UPCOMING EVENTS
The Chosen: Outdoor Movie Night
Saturday, May 14th @ 8 PM (Indoors at Holy Grounds)
Episode 2 // Shabbat
To keep the celebration of Easter alive let’s continue, or begin, walking with Jesus through a special viewing of the Chosen.
This event is weather dependent – If it rains, which is likely, we will move inside and set up camp in Holy Grounds where camp chairs will still be needed to accommodate.
What to bring
– Camp chairs
– Warm socks & such
What we’ll provide
– Popcorn & pop!
Sunday, May 15th following the 9 AM and 11:15 AM Mass
We’re so excited! After two years on pause, we can gather again and enjoy a pancake breakfast together. Thanks to the Knights of Columbus, who are generously serving and offering this meal to us. Instead of a set fee, they are asking everyone for an entrance donation to help cover the cost of this shared meal.
If you’ve never joined our breakfast before, prepare for the best pancakes of you life.
The KofC are inviting all men willing to help and serve to join their Pancake Breakfast team, not exclusively fellow Knights. If you’re so called and able, please contact Barrie Herod to join the team! Email: [email protected]
FIRE IN THE VALLEY
Sunday, May 22 from 7pm – 11pm
ACREAGE FARMLAND AT 29360 TOWNSHIPLINE ROAD, ABBOTSFORD
Now that Covid restrictions are lifted, we wanted to host another great event that’s open to all young adults in the Archdiocese. Last year we had 250 people come out and we anticipate our numbers to be even greater this time. We can’t wait! Join us for a night of community, bonfires, live music, food trucks, local beer, yard games and a chance to gather with old and new friends. This year we will have better parking with less mud, some simple mixers and an opportunity to connect with young adult groups from your area.
Dress warm and get ready to have a blast together. Whether you’re from Vancouver, Coquitlam, Chilliwack, or anywhere in between, all young adults ages 19-35 (ish) are welcome.
We know of your desire for community, for something engaging in the Church, to grow, and to go deep, and to have a great time. We have created this event specifically for you! We envision a flourishing young adult ministry in the Archdiocese of Vancouver, one that is nourished by Christ and deep fellowship. Everything begins with relationship: with one another and with Jesus. That’s what Fire in the Valley is about. This is just the beginning of a movement, hosted by Life Restoration Ministries, inspired by the Holy Spirit, for young adults.
Masses & Confessions Cancelled
for Annual Clergy Retreat
Daily Masses & confessions here at St. Patrick’s from Tuesday, May 24 – Friday, May 27th while Fr. Paul is on his priestly retreat. Fr. Paul will still say 7 am Mass on Monday, May 23rd.
Masses will be available at St. Luke’s on those dates and their website is updated with their Mass times.
Every week we are going to personally recommend a book for your on your spiritual journey.
This week we’re recommending Abide by Heather Khym!
In this personal healing retreat from Heather Khym, co-host of the popular Abiding Together podcast, you are invited to break through the barriers that prevent you from trusting and experiencing the deep love of Jesus and be transformed by the freedom that comes when we vulnerably bring our entire selves to the foot of the Cross. Rooted in the teaching of Khym’s Vancouver-based ministry, Life Restoration, Abide shares scripture, essential Catholic teaching, and the author’s personal healing journey to reintroduce you to God as the Divine Healer, Restorer, and Miracle Worker. Khym offers you a compass to navigate your past as you dig into difficult memories that have disoriented your understanding of God and made you afraid to trust him.
You can pick up your copy of Abide in the parish bookstore, open during office hours.
Migrant Workers Ministry
In search of:
New or used rain gear (jackets, pants) for the migrant workers in the area. Please call Mike Hamaliuk 604-803-6376 with donation details.
St. Mark’s College – Summer Institute
Take advantage of the St. Mark’s Summer Institute. In just two weeks, you can complete 3-credit courses with daily classes.
Classes run from July 4th-15th, 2022 with the option of completing a Catholic Core course, an elective course or both.
For more Information visit – https://stmarkscollege.ca/channels/graduate-programs/summer-institute/
PROJECT ADVANCE: GATHER US, LORD
Project Advance makes possible the many ministries and programs that bring us together, further our evangelizing mission, and build spaces for worship and learning.
Your gift to Project Advance will help grow our parish and bring Christ’s love to those who need it most right now.
This year’s appeal will continue to provide life-changing programs that support the work of evangelization, charities, ministries, as well as building new secondary schools that nurture our young people.
You can build on the good of what was achieved and continue to innovate.
You can contribute to Project Advance online at projectadvance.ca, by phone at 604-683-0281 ext. 50323 or in-person at our parish office. Our way forward begins with your generosity in growing our parish and local Catholic community. We’re grateful for your support.
Click to Donate – to Project Advance
Click to Donate – to the Parish
Please prayerfully consider financially supporting your parish.
Next 2nd Collection: May 22nd for the Pope’s Pastoral Works
To contribute to the financial aid offered by the Holy Father to people stricken by natural disasters.
Click to Donate – to the Pope’s Pastoral Works
Weekly Mass Intentions & Feast Days
May 16 – Judy Brown (+)
May 17 – Fr. Matthew (INT)
May 18 – Patricia McCloskey (+)
Saint John I, Pope, Martyr
May 19 – Von Famador (+)
May 20 – Roger Ducharme (+)
Saint Bernardine of Siena, Priest
May 21 – Daniel Bennett (+)
Saint Christopher Magallenes and His Companions