Sunday Bulletin – April 10, 2016 – 3rd Sunday of Easter

Masses and Celebrations for the Week

Day Time and Place Celebration Intention
Monday     No Mass
Tuesday

 

10:00 AM

Chapeau

  Pat Ranger

By:   Wilbert & Agnes Fleury

Wednesday

 

10:00 AM

Chapeau

  Leo Lamarche

By: Denis Duchesne

Thursday 10:00 AM

St. Joseph

  Souls in Purgatory

By: A Parishioner

Friday 10:00 AM

St. Joseph

  Desmond Harrington

By: Maureen & Helen Morris

Saturday 5:00 PM

Sheenboro

4th Sunday of Easter Michael Sullivan

By: Gail Sullivan and Jean Francois Larrivee

Sunday 9:00 AM

St. Joseph

4th Sunday of Easter Helen Hynes

By: Larry & Nancy Gleason

Sunday 10:30 AM

Chapeau

4th Sunday of Easter Missa Pro Populo

 

Parish Lectors Communion
Sheenboro Karen Shea Mary Edwards
St. Joseph Sharon Fitzpatrick Rita Keogh-Cortolezzis
Chapeau Peter Smith Peter, Nicole

HELP WANTED: Fr. Tim is STILL looking for volunteers to help bring communion to our parish shut-ins each weekend. Please let him know if you might be interested.

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK: Herman Morin, Viola Fleury, Dean Fitzpatrick, Kerry Kelly, Alexis Lepine, Paul Dennie, Judy Sullivan, Teresa Gaston, Norma Ranger.

Parish Collection Counter
Sheen $480.00 Laetita Tardiff Peacock – April 18th
St. Joseph $1.235.00  
Chapeau $1,870.00

THANK YOU: The family of the late Monique Gaudette Brisebois wish to express their sincere appreciation for all the sympathy cards they received and to our friends and neighbours who dropped food off to us. Thank you to the choir and to everyone who came to the service to show their support during this difficult time. It was greatly appreciated. A special heartfelt thank you to Fr. Tom Fitzpatrick & Fr. Moyle for their consoling words. Our appreciation as well to Hayes Funeral Home for their caring and professional service. Thank you! Your kindness will not be forgotten. The Gaudette & Brisebois Family

HELPING HANDS CRAFT SHOW: on Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 at Harrington Community Centre from 9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. If anyone is interested in putting in a table, please contact Tara 819-689-2579.

Come and enjoy a day of crafts and vendors! We gather together to raise funds for a Local Chapeau Family, who have just recently lost their family barn, hay storage, all tack, supplies, and a few beloved farm animals. There will be a 50/50 draw, auction, silent auction, as well as a table for any anonymous donations. We hope to make this day very successful and help raise funds for the Turner family to rebuild.

BOWLING BANQUET: will be held on Friday, April 15th at Harrington Community Centre. Tickets are on sale Roast Beef/Chicken Combo$25.00 per plate, Supper is at 7:00 p.m.

UPPER PONTIAC SPORTS COMPLEX: Annual General Meeting will be held this Sunday April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. in the basement at Harrington Community Centre. All interested parties are welcome to attend!

TO THE MEMBERS OF CAISSE POPULAIRE DESJARDINS CHAPEAU: You are hereby convened to the Annual General Meeting, which will take place: on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Harrington Community Center.

AUX MEMBRES DE LA CAISSE POPULAIRE DESJARDINS CHAPEAU: Vous êtes, par la présente, convoqués à l’assemblée annuelle qui aura lieu: mardi, 12 avril, 2016, 19h00 a la Centre Communautaire Harrington.

WALTHAM EUCHRE TOURNAMENT & SPAGHETTI SUPPER: This Sunday, April 10th, 2016 at Waltham Town Hall. Registration at 12:00 pm ($5.00 fee). Euchre begins at 1:00 pm. Spaghetti Supper begins at 4:00 p.m. Prices: Card Players $6.00 Non-Players $8.00. Children 6 & under $4.00. Everyone Welcome!

 PILGRIMAGE: October 17-29, 2016 (13 days), visiting Warsaw, Czestochowa, Krakow and Zakopane. The cost is $3999 per person (double occupancy). For further information and registration, contact Laurie Courchesne-Dooley at 613-732-5739. This Pilgrimage is organized by Fr. Chris Shalla.

SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF CANADA BURSARY: The Sisters of St. Joseph are offering a bursary to assist students whose lives, passion and zeal fit with their desire to assist appropriate candidates who lack adequate financial means for their education. Information and application forms may be accessed on their website at www.csjcanada.org by clicking on ‘About’ tab.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Bishop N.Z. Lorrain Council 1531 of the Knights of Columbus will host a session with Patricia Duggan on April 26 in the K of C hall starting at 7 p.m. Her topic will be ‘The Mother Who Loves You.’ This is open to all members, their families and the community at large.

Divine Mercy Sunday, celebrated on the Octave of Easter (the Sunday after Easter Sunday, is a relatively new addition to the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar. Celebrating the Divine Mercy of Jesus Christ, as revealed by Christ Himself to St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, this feast was extended to the entire Catholic Church by Pope John Paul II on April 30, 2000, the day that he canonized Saint Faustina.

FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI: Please join us as we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi at St. Columbkille Cathedral, 188 Renfrew Street Pembroke, Sunday May, 29, 2016. Eucharistic Celebration at 10:30 a.m. with Procession to follow with Hymns and Adoration through the streets of Pembroke.. For more information please contact Deacon Adrien Chaput at (613)-732-7933 ext. 206 or dcadrienchaput@pembrokediocese.com.

LATIN MASS: A Latin Mass will be celebrated most Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m. at St. Columbkille Cathedral.. To view a schedule, please visit www.walktheopeongoline.con/mass-schedule.

L’ISLE-AUX-ALLUMETTES-PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS: Residents and ratepayers are invited to give their ideas on the policies and action plans for Families, Seniors, Revitalization, Growth and Development. Consultation will also focus on the future on the future uses of the municipal halls. Dates and times as follows: Thursday, April 7@7pm: DEMERS CENTER Municipal Hall, Wednesday, April 13@ 7 pm: ST. JOSEPH Community Hall, Thursday, April 14 @ 7 pm: HARRINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER, Chapeau. All are welcome to attend!

 L’ISLE-AUX-ALLUMETTES/SHEENBORO MUNICIPAL LIBRARY : invites you to hear author, Wally Schaber share stories from his recent book The Last of the Wild Rivers: The Past Present, and Future of the Riviere du Moine Watershed. Tuesday, April 12, 2016 @ 7:00 pm at Dr. Wilbert Keon School Library, 104 Notre Dame, Street. Admission: Free.

Notes from Fr. Tim
1) I regret to inform the parish that Fr. Michael Lapierre s.j. died on Monday, April 4, 2016, in Toronto. Fr. Michael was born in Chapeau and entered the Jesuits 82 years ago. He returned every summer and during the feasts of Christmas and Easter to assist in our parishes since the time of his ordination as a priest in the Jesuit order. His funeral was held in Pickering, Ontario on Friday at Manresa House, the Jesuit retirement home. His body was then interred at the Jesuit Motherhouse cemetery in Guelph. Our sympathies, condolences and prayer to the members of his family both here on the Island and within the Jesuit community. It is my intention to name the meeting room of our new side entrance in his honor. Any donations in his name to help defray the costs of construction will be greatly appreciated.

2) Bible Study classes will resume this Thursday in the parish rectory.

3) The children who have completed their catechism classes with Sharon Fitzpatrick will make their first confession and communion on the LAST weekend in May. Confessions will be heard on Saturday May 28th at 11 am in the Chapeau Church Sacristy. First Communion will take place in the church of the parent’s choosing. We will highlight and publically acknowledge whichever children attend each of the masses. I simply ask parents to call the parish office (819-689-5232) to inform us which mass they intend to attend. Thank you.

4) A few puns to lighten the mood…

Q: What’s the definition of a will?   A: It’s a dead give away.

Bakers trade bread recipes on a knead-to-know basis.

A midget fortune-teller who escapes from prison is a small medium at large.

 

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