Masses and Celebrations for the Week
|Day||Time and Place||Celebration||Intention|
|Friday||10:00 AM St. Joseph||No Mass|
By: Frank & Janet Retty
|Missa Pro Populo|
By: Mado & Family
By: Dianne Picotte, Guy Picard & PaulinePicotte
|Chapeau||Nicole Bertrand||Nicole, Janie|
|St. Joseph||Eulalia Ryan||Ron Price|
|Sheen||Patty Hansen||Doris Ranger|
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK: Alexis Lepine, Freija Lorraine Thomas, Alvin Lepine, Paul Dennie, Frances Giroux (St. Joseph) Chris Gardner, Clifford Landry, Judy Sullivan, Teresa Gaston, Norma Ranger, Shirley Bissonnette, & John Lapierre.
|Sheen||$1,051.00||Laetitia Tardiff Peacock (Monday, July 13)|
|Chapeau||$2,152.00||Mariette Sallafranque ( Monday July 6)|
ST. ALPHONSUS: Schedules for Readers and E.O.M.E. can be picked up in the vestry.
WEST PONTIAC CONNECTS: the centre will be open Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 3:00pm and closed from 11:30am to 12:00 (noon)
BANNS: There is a promise of marriage between Jeffrey Burke son of Wayne Burke and Catherine Morrison, and Colleen Berrigan daughter of Michael Berrigan and Cecile Montgomery. The wedding will be celebrated at 4:00 PM on July 18, 2015 at St. Alphonsus Church.
THANK YOU: The Teacher’s College Reunion was a great success thanks to Lorna Venasse Roel and Bernadette Matte Hendry. The luncheon was delicious and the venue was beautiful, thanks to all at Northfork. It was wonderful to see old friends and make new ones.
Sheenboro Irish Heritage Festival, July 24-26, 2015, Advance Tickets Available
There will be a festival this summer and we promise a fun-filled weekend with good local music and dance, a tearoom and local arts and crafts. The festival kicks off on Friday night with local fiddlers, square dancing and musicians playing at the Hotel Pontiac. On Saturday, the festival runs in Sheenboro all day under a big tent with Dominic D’Arcy kicking off the event, Louis Schryer, Gail Gavan, the Ramblin’ Valley Band, Erin and Siobheann Leahy and many other talented musicians and dancers. There will be a Jam session from 6:00 to 7:30 pm under the tent and all musicians and dancers are welcome. The entertainment continues into the evening with the Ryan Bros. playing from 8 pm till midnight. On Sunday, the festival will end with a mass followed by a cold lunch in the hall.
We need your help as the past festival did contribute to the parish purchasing two new stoves for the hall and we made a significant contribution to the parish funds. If everyone donates an hour to our festival, we will lighten the load on our small group of energetic volunteers. To volunteer, please contact Lorna Agnesi, Volunteer Coordinator at 819-689-2317 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep watching our Sheenboro Heritage Festival Facebook page for updates on performers and you can see the draw prizes there too.
For full day and evening admission, advance Tickets are $20 for adults and free to those under the age of 15 years old. At the gate, they are $25 so please contact any of the committee members to purchase advance tickets.
PILGRIMAGE TO THE SHRINE OF ST. ANN-CORMAC ONTARIO: on Sunday, July 26th, 2015 with Bishop Michael Mulhall and Father Scott McCaig, The theme of the Pilgrimage will be ” Eucharistic Amazement!” The principal Pilgrimage mass will be celebrated at 11:00 am with Bishop Michael Mulhall presiding, and a mass for healing will be celebrated at 2:00 pm. Local priest will be assisting with the anointing with St. Ann’s oil. A section of preferential seating in the shade will be given to those with lawn chairs. Religious articles, St. Ann’s League memberships, and food and refreshments will be available. Everyone welcome! Beginning Thursday, July 23 at 7:00 pm., and continuing Friday and Saturday evening, Father Scott will present talks with the following themes: Thursday-“The Mass as Sacrifice”; Friday – “ The Banquet of the Lamb”; Saturday – “The Power of Adoration”; Sunday at the 2:00 afternoon mass – procession from the parish church to the outdoor shrine with prayers and Benediction. You are warmly invited to attend! For further information, please see: www.cormacpilgrimage.com.
WELCOME TO A CONCERT OF GREAT MUSIC-SALUTE TO EUROPE: “Great Music from France, Poland, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Ireland..including selections from “Phantom of the Opera, The Gypsy Princess, Gigi, My Fair Lady, and more…Artisits: Kinga Mitrowska(Soprano), Jean-Paul Reymond(Emcee), Ryan Wang (Concert Pianist), Carmen Lasceski (Solo Violinist). Concert will be held at St. Mary’s Church Hall, Wilno, Ontario east of Barry’s Bay on Sunday, July 12, 2015 – 2:30 pm. Admission $20 Seniors and Students $15. For Tickets call (613) 756-9800.
FIFTH ANNUAL WOJTYLA SUMMER INSTITUE AT OLSWA: Calling all teachers! On July 23-26, 2015 Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy will be hosting its fifth annual Wojtyla Summer Institute for Teacher’s. This year’s theme is Understanding the Past, Shaping the Future: The Catholic Church in Time. For more information and to register, please go to the www.seatofwisdom.org or call 1-877-369-6520
PARISH SUPPER AT ST. LAWRENCE O’TOOLE- BARRY’S BAY: On Sunday, July 12th starting at 2 p.m. Buffet Dinner consisting of Roast Beef, Roast Pork, Mashed potatoes, Vegetables, Beans, Salad and Dessert. Adults: $13, Children 4 -12 $6.00 and Children 3 and under Free. Wheelchair accessible and take-out available. Parishioners extend a warm welcome.
ROY’S ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT: Friday, July 31, 2015 in support of the Chichester/Sheenboro Fire Department. The Tournament will be held at the Island Brae & Pontefract Golf course. Cost is $50.00 for golf and supper, $35.00 for golf only, and $25.00 for supper only. Golf cart rentals are extra. Call the Island Brae [ 613-732-9022]to reserve or Pontefract at 819-6836-3308. A Steak supper will be provided, begins at 6pm at the St. Paul the Hermit Hall. All are welcome! To register, contact George Picard at (George’s Bar) 819-689-2715.
THANK YOU: We would like to thank everyone for their support during our difficult time. Your kindness and thoughtfulness means the world to us. We are very appreciative to be a part of such a wonderful community. Ranger Family.
THANK YOU: The Sheenboro Recreation Association and St. Paul the Hermit Parish Council would like to thank all those wonderful volunteers who showed up once again this year to set up, cook, run games and clean up. Your dedication and generosity is noticed and appreciated. Thanks as well to those who decorated and entered floats into our parade. We continue to host the biggest and best parade in the Pontiac and we have you to thank for that. Father Moyle, thank you for starting our day off with a mass and blessing. Thank you to our generous sponsors, Milton Kidd & Sons, Investors Group (Mark Jennings), Frank Carroll Insurance (Norm Carroll), the Caisse Populaire Desjardins and the Municipality of Sheen for your contribution to the music and children’s games. Finally, thank you to those who battled the wind and rain to support this community event. We love seeing your faces every Canada Day.
THANK YOU: We would like to thank everyone for their generous donations to different charities, for the food, flowers, gifts, mass cards. calls and all the support during this hard time of Henri’s passing. To the St. Alphonsus choir and Fr. Tim Moyle for doing an amazing job, Thank you. Thank you also to Hayes funeral home for making this process easier for us and to Willie Fleming and his workers for doing the digging of the grave. Thank you to Steve Donaldson for helping us with our pizza lunch and to the pallbearers couldn’t have done it without all of you. If we missed anyone we apologize. Thank you to everyone. We deeply appreciated everyone’s help. Emilia Belaire and the Beaulieu Family
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR THE HARRINGTON COMMUNITY CENTRE COMMITTEE: will be held on Sunday, July 19th at 7:00 p.m. at the Harrington Community Centre. Everyone is Welcome!
CHAPEAU R.A – FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT: will take place at Harrington Community Centre on Friday, July 17 at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $2. Refreshments are available.
|NOTES FROM FR. TIM|
|1) Fr. Michael Lapierre s.j. originally of Chapeau has celebrated his 100th birthday this past May. Since he is coming home for a summer vacation we will be holding a local celebration in his honor on Sunday July 26 immediately following the weekend mass. There will be a tent installed on the front lawn of the Chapeau Church and a light lunch of sandwiches and desserts will be served. Fr. Michael has helped and assisted in our churches for more than 60 years. Let’s all get together to thank him by celebrating this milestone in his life.
2) My thanks to Fr. Tom Fitzpatrick once again for filling in on my behalf in St. Joseph’s for a couple of days this week. It allowed me to have my second cataract surgery on Thursday. I will be back in the saddle ‘fulltime’ again next week and very much appreciate your patience.