Masses and Celebrations for the Week
|Day||Time and Place||Celebration||Intention|
|St. Columbkille Cathedral||Funeral Mass for Fr. Chabot|
By: Denise Lauzon
|Special intentions of the Priests of the Diocese
By: Maria DeSouza
By: Terry, Sheila & Paul Morris
|Missa Pro Populo|
By: Carol & Ron Price
Sheila Elizabeth Dejongh
By: Lorna & Charlie Conway
By: Henry & Joan Sallafranque
By: Mado & Family
|Sheenboro||Francis Downey||Marie Paule Muldoon|
|St. Joseph||Sharon Fitzpatrick||Rita Keogh|
|Chapeau||Danielle Allard||Nicole, Janie|
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK: Jackie Collin, Anchie Bechamp, Merrill Allard, Earl Lepine, Annie Gaudette, Sandra Fletcher- McGuire, Aspyn Carroll, Roseanne Gagnon, Viola Fleury, Joanne Souliere, J.P. Lariviere, Patsy Lariviere, Ida-Mae Turner, Kerry Kelly, Paul Dennie, Judy Sullivan and Norma Ranger.
|Sheen||$690.00||Monday July 9th, Martin Flood|
|Chapeau||$1494.00||Tuesday, July 3rd, Donna Gagnon|
July 2 – Canada Day: Because July 1st falls on a Sunday this year, the holiday will be on Monday, July 2nd. Therefore, the Parish Office will be closed on Monday, July 2nd.
MARRIAGE BANNS: There is a promise of marriage between Lance James Adam Godin son of Claude Godin and Rita Lamarche and Erin Nicole Allard daughter of Patrick Allard and Janet Cadieux. The wedding will be celebrated at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 7th at St. Alphonsus.
THANK YOU on behalf of Rémi Vaillancourt’s family: The expressions of sympathy from family, friends, neighbors were overwhelming, very helpful and greatly appreciated in our time of a great loss. Thank you to Father Tim, Father Ouellet for the beautiful service. To the choir for your good work, the C.W.L. for the lovely lunch and to Hayes Funeral Home for their professional services. The Vaillancourt Family.
STONE FENCE THEATRE COMES TO SHEENBORO: The Old Fort William Cottagers’ Association (OFWCA) hosts Stone Fence Theatre’s musical production “I Come from the Valley! Tales and Times of Joan Finnigan” at Sheenboro Parish Hall, Saturday, August 11, 2018, 7:30 pm. The hall and bar open at 6:30 pm. St. Paul the Hermit Parish will host the bar and keep the proceeds. Tickets are $28 per person and the price includes dessert and tea/coffee at the intermission. We will again seek pie donations from our talented bakers of Fort William and Sheenboro! If you wish to make a donation of a pie, dessert or squares, please contact Chris Graham at email@example.com. At past theatre events, our bakers wowed everyone with their delicious pies, we hope that you do again! You may purchase a ticket from Chris Graham, Janet Retty, Chris Cavan, Diane Lacourse and Joann McCann.
UPPER PONTIAC – SUMMER CAMP AT HARRINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER: Cost is $10 per child per day. Dates: July 2nd – August 10th, possibly longer depending on registration. Hours are Monday to Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 pm. For children ages 4-12 years old. For more info or to register contact Mariette at 819-689-2448 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. CHAPEAU DAY CAMP: are looking for slightly used children’s books and wading pools.
CHAPEAU GALLERY NEWS: Summer Hours (July 3) – Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm. Come visit the Gallery, featuring an Art Exhibition, Market, Historical Books on Allumette Island, Indigenous, Exhibition, Gift Shop, museum (1850s Parlour and Bishop’s Room), Doll Collection, Vintage Clothing Boutique Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, featuring an Art Exhibition, Market, Historical Books, Indigenous Exhibition, Gift Shop, Museum (1850s Parlour and Bishop’s Room), Doll Collection, Vintage Clothing Boutique and Bridal Salon. Each week, new items are added to the Garage Sale. ‘Someone’s throw away is someone’s treasure’. Thank you for your support!
-Every Saturday starting June 30th to September 1st, we will be at the Tourism Information Booth located at Dubeau’s selling historical books on Allumette Island, artist and artisans products.
FEATURE ARTISTS/ARTISANS: Annette will be personally available to showcase her Art and Crafts on Sunday, July 1 (11 am – 4 pm). July 1st – Sheri Leadson of Cornwall Sheri is the proud owner of the ‘Little Cottage Soap’ Shop. She makes luxurious bath products using all natural ingredients. Sheri will demonstrate the process of making a bath balm soap on Saturday July 7th at 1:00 p.m. The first eight people will receive a free sample. July 8th – Jane Lamure-LeRoy of Waltham Jane is a local Algonquin artist with roots to L’Isle-aux-Allumettes area. She uses different mediums to explore a cultural path blending traditional art with modern influences. She is the proud owner of ‘Cedar and Sage’ Store. Jane will be available to demonstrate the making of an indigenous bracelet on Sunday, July 15th at 2:00 p.m.
CHAPEAU REGIONAL GALLERY: Tuesday at 2 p.m. there will be coffee club for the ladies. Come join us for a social afternoon. (Donations only)
PILGRIMAGE TO SHRINE OF ST. ANN IN CORMAC: Plan to attend the 80th Annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. Ann in Cormac on Sunday, July 29th, with Bishop Mulhall and Father Denis Lemieux. The theme of the Pilgrimage will be “The Way of the Listening Heart”. The principal Pilgrimage Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. with Bishop Michael Mulhall presiding, and a Mass of healing will be celebrated at 2:00 p.m. Local priests will be assisting with he blessing 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 Mass League memberships, and food and refreshments will be available. Everyone Welcome! For further information, please see: www.cormacpilgrimage.com.
|Notes from Fr. Tim:|
|1) We welcomed two new infant Catholics into the faith last weekend. Please remember to pray for Eva Rose Jean Lemaire (Gabriel & Stephanie) and Sawyer Louis Moreau (Joshua & Anna) that they will grow stronger in their faith each and day of their lives.
2) Congratulations to Michel Fleury and Mindy Gagnon who were married in Chapeau last weekend.
3) Our Pembroke diocese suffered a tremendous loss with the death of Fr. Howard Chabot on Wednesday evening. Not only was he a kind and talented pastor wherever he served but he was a true mentor and brother to his fellow priests. While I encourage everyone to pray for the repose of his soul, (none of us live a perfect life so we all need prayers) I can say without reservation that I would be happy if I could stand in his shoes before Christ at the end of my days on this earth.
4) HAPPY CANADA DAY to each and every parishioner. Don’t forget that if you are looking for someplace to go to celebrate our national birthday, the festivities in Sheenboro is well worth the short drive!
5) Congratulations to the graduating class of DWKS who receive their high school diplomas this weekend. Please pray for the continuing success of this great group of young men and women.
6) It is with GREAT joy and gratitude that we welcome Fr. Chris Shalla back to Sheenboro this weekend to celebrate the Canada Day Mass. Few priests are as respected and cherished in these parts as he is for his years of service both as an assistant in Chapeau and pastor of St. Joseph’s and Sheenboro. It is a real pleasure to have him back again, even if it’s just for one weekend. Ad multos annos Fr. Chris!!