Parish Bulletin – 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time – July 9, 2017

Masses and Celebrations for the Week

Day Time and Place Celebration Intention
Monday     No Mass
Tuesday

 

10:00 AM

Chapeau

  Larry Bowers & Parents

By:   Sharon Gribbon

Wednesday 10:00 AM

Chapeau

  For the intentions of Fr. MacRae

By: Maria DeSouza

Thursday 10:00 AM

St. Joseph

  Frances Tallon Giroux

By: Mike & Rosa Mainville

Friday 10:00 AM

St. Joseph

  George Sullivan

By: Helen & Maureen Morris

Saturday 5:00 PM

Sheenboro

  Missa Pro Populo
Sunday 9:00 AM

St. Joseph

  Deceased Parents of Jimmy & Lois Tierney By: The Family

Jeannine Roy By: Rita Hughes

Sunday 10:30 AM

Chapeau

  Edgar & Anita Gaudette & Deceased Relatives

By: The Family

Rita O’Brien

By: Helen & Jack Hill

 

Parish Lectors Communion
Sheenboro Karen Shea Peter Gleason
St. Joseph Denzil Spence Ron Price
Chapeau André Chartrand André, Mariette

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK Marian McGuire-Rochon, Viola Fleury, Cindy Chevalier, Joanne Souliere, J.P. Lariviere, Judy Bechamp, Lauretta Reid, Ashton Godin, Ida-Mae Turner, Kerry Kelly, Paul Dennie, Judy Sullivan and Norma Ranger.

Parish Collection Counter Monday’s at 9:00 a.m.
Sheen $840.00 Janet Retty, Monday, July 17th
St. Joseph $1,655.00 Sharon Gribbon, Monday, July 10th
Chapeau $2,272.00

New schedule for Readers and EOME is ready to be picked up in the sacristy.

MARRIAGE BANNS:

  1. There is a promise of marriage between Cody Carroll son of Thomas Carroll and Kerri Caldwell and Andrea Clare England daughter of Willard Lloyd England and Kimberly Ann Stoppa. The wedding will be celebrated at 1:00 PM on Saturday, July 15th, 2017 at St. Alphonsus Church.
  2. There is a promise of marriage between David Vaillancourt son of Andre Vaillancourt and Mary Ann Keon and Kelsey McDonald daughter of Stephen McDonald and Shannon Morris. The wedding will be celebrated at 3:00 PM on Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at St. Alphonsus Church.

THANK YOU: We wish to extend a sincere thank you to the countless people who offered their comfort and support following the loss of our beloved Herman/husband and father. Thank you to all who kept him in your thoughts and prayers throughout his illness and to all who attended the wake and/or funeral. As well, thank you for Fr. Moyle for the service and his caring thoughts and words. We extend our appreciation to the choir who, along with Herman’s niece, Céline, and his sister, Carole, supplied the funeral service with extremely touching music. Thank you to those who provided us with food and good company during the days proceeding Herman’s passing. Last but not least, we would like to thank Ghislain Bourget and Greg Hayes for going above and beyond. There are no words that aptly convey just how thankful we are for each of you. You have all made an extremely trying time of our lives a little less difficult. We will forever be grateful.   Mary Lou, Emilie, and Rebecca

 CONGRATULATIONS to Ryan Emond son of Christine and John Emond of L’Isle-aux-Allumettes who was the lucky winner of the NHL’s Claude Giroux signed Jersey. Thanks to all who participated in the draw at the Canada Day celebrations in Sheenboro Quebec. All proceeds from the draw will be donated to the St. Paul the Hermit’s parish in Sheenboro.  Hope everyone enjoyed the parade and activities on our 150 birthday.

BABY BOTTLE BOOMERANG – ST. JOSEPH’S PARISH:   I wish to thank all who participated in this fundraiser for First Step Options. Our parish raised $834.33 to assist those in a crisis those in a crisis pregnancy. Thank you for your support. Receipts will be sent at the end of the year to those who requested it. Please see the letter posted at the entrance to the church. Elaine McGuire

 On the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of Canada, there is a one-day bus trip to Ottawa on September 6th for $139 per person. Twenty dollars is required now to reserve your seat. Call Mariette Gaudette at 819-689-2544 for more information.

CHAPEAU GALLERY NEWS: The Chapeau Gallery & Garage sale is now opened. (The month of July open Friday, Saturday & Sundays from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.). Come & visit the new art work & artisans displays & gift shop, etc….. Bake Sale on Sunday July 2nd after mass.

WALK THE OPEONGO LINE – JULY 2730: A walking pilgrimage to celebrate the annual pilgrimage to St. Anne’s, Cormac. For more information and to register go to walktheopeongoline.com or contact Fr. Scott Murray -s.josephmurray@gmail.com or 613 735-6392.

Happy Sweet 16 Birthday to Gabriel Zita McGuire! Love and Best wishes Adrianna, Mom and Dad

Happy Birthday to Madeleine Chaput!   Love and Best wishes from Aurele, Lisa, Lila & Noella and families.

Notes from Fr. Tim
1)   Many thanks to all the volunteers who worked so hard in Sheenboro on Canada Day. Special mention must be made for those who heeded my advice and hung their rosaries outside on their clothesline. While the weather wasn’t perfect, it was good enough to the day wasn’t washed out. Congratulations on hosting a successful event that showed to the world once again the wonderful hospitality found in Sheen!

2)   Take a look at the quilts that will be the principal prize of the Parish Draws in St. Joseph’s and Chapeau. They will be displayed for the summer in each church to inspire us to sell as many tickets as possible to help pay for all the repair work we’re tackling in each community.

3)   Thanks to Fr. Scott Murray for filling in for me last Sunday. After all the recent funerals the break was much

4) I was speaking with a pastor friend down in southern Ontario this week. He called to discuss a case where an elderly parishioner was being ‘strongly encouraged’ by his children to request ‘assistance’ in dying as they were finding the task of organizing themselves to provide him with care was ‘too difficult’ with their busy lifestyles and too expensive to pay for the medical assistance required for him to stay at home. The gentleman had enough of his wits about him that he called his pastor of advice before agreeing to follow his children’s ‘wishes for his ‘welfare’ and was advised not to accede to their request. This is just another example of why euthanasia is such a danger to us because if it has happened once in this case where the pastor was consulted, how many more families are pressuring, be it subtly or otherwise to follow a similar course for aged or infirm parents? More than you might think folks. Sadly more than you might think.

5) Have you heard about the case of Charlie Gard in the U.K.? Charlie is the infant son of parents who want him treated for a brain disease that is threatening to take his life. Unfortunately for him, the State has decided that he wouldn’t have a sufficiently good quality of life if he were to survive due to the effects the disease has already caused and are refusing to let the parents take him from the hospital where he currently is to be transferred to one where he can receive the treatments his parents want. The Pope and even Donald Trump have offered to arrange for transportation and donations already gathered have surpassed the cost of treating Charlie… but the U.K. government and courts say it would be best if the child just be allowed to die. So it seems that even the right to exist is being challenged at both ends of life’s spectrum these days. Please pray that the right to life will stand as the first and most primordial of human rights so that abuses like the two cases I discuss here won’t become more and more common.

3 thoughts on “Parish Bulletin – 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time – July 9, 2017”

  1. Good morning Ms. Lépine,

    Would it be possible to put this notice in the Church Bulletin

    The former St. Josephs Convent in Chapeau, Quebec has chosen the “Resident Artist” for the Convent . Patricia Allard has been commissioned to sell her art work at the future “Boutique du Couvent” which will be located in the former Chapel of the Convent. The paintings will reflect a variety of styles such as religious paintings to Pop Art. The Convent is presently working on Art Show focussing on Patricia’s amazing paintings. I will be promoting this talented artist who truly deserves province wide visibility. A date for the Show will be announced soon and it will be at St Joseph’s Convent in Chapeau, Québec.

    My sincere thanks

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  2. Good morning Ms. Lépine would it be possible to have this posted in the church bulletin it would greatly be appreciated.

    There will be an Art Show display on Saturday August 26, 2017 from 11 am to 3 pm at St Jospeh’s Convent in Chapeau, Quebec. Visitors will be able to see the art work of Patsy Graveline amazing paintings. Come and enjoy some refreshments and have a chance to meet and greet the Convent’s Resident Artist. She has also been commissioned to work on the signage that will adorn the lawn at the former Convent.

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