Parish Bulletin – 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 10th of February 2019

Masses and Celebrations for the Week

Day Time & Place Celebration Intention
Monday Chapeau   No Mass
Tuesday Chapeau   No Mass
Wednesday Chapeau   No Mass
Thursday St. Joseph   No Mass
Friday St. Joseph   No Mass
Saturday Sheenboro 4:00 PM   Nancy Turner Thibeault
By:  Betty Morris
Sunday St. Joseph
  9:00 AM
  Merrill Allard
By:  Patsy Allard & Mary Kate & Allan Duff
Sunday Chapeau
  10:30 AM
  Missa Pro
Populo
Parish Lectors Communion
Sheen Sandra
Brennan
Doris
Ranger
St. Joseph Frank
Trzebiatowski
Rita,
Elaine
Chapeau Marlene Adam André, Peter

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK:  Barbara Coventry, Leonard Duff, Fran Flavelle, Sandy LaRose-Dutton, Paul Keon, Anchie Bechamp, 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.

2018 INCOME TAX RECEIPTS:  Your 2018 income tax receipts are ready and are available at the back of the churches.  If by chance your receipt is not there.  Please call the office (689-5757) and we will issue you one.  Thank you.

A Reminder about office hours: The Parish Office is open in Chapeau Monday, 10:30 am to 4 pm. Tues-Wed from 9 a.m to 4 pm. The St. Joseph’s Office is open Thursday and Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.

Parish Collection Counter
Sheen $615.00
St. Joseph $1136.00 Sharon Gribbon, Monday, February 11
Chapeau $1449.00

CWLCWL membership fees ($20.00) are due early in the new year.  Kindly use the envelope in your box or a regular one marked “CWL Fees” with your name on it.  It can be put in the collection basket or given to a member.

YOUNG AT HEART NEWS:  On Wednesday, February 13th at noon there will be a Pot Luck Dinner so bring your favorite dish.  On Wednesday, March 13th Irish Stew will be served to all our members at noon.  Welcome to all!

The Flying Fathers Hockey Game. The Flying Fathers will play a fundraising hockey game against the youth of l’École Secondaire Sieur-de-Coulonge on February 19th at 7 p.m. at the Fort-Coulonge Arena. Proceeds from the game will be split between St. Peter’s Parish, Fort Coulonge, and the High School. Adult tickets are $10.00 and children 4 – 17 are $5 each. Tickets can be purchased at l’École Secondaire Sieur-de-Coulonge, the Chancery Office in Pembroke (188 Renfrew St.), Fr. Réal Ouellette or Fr. Justin Bertrand. For further information, please contact Fr. Justin Bertrand at 819 683-2056.

West Pontiac Connects:   Will be starting a new session of skills link participants on March 4th, 2019.  We are recruiting people who are interested in taking the program. If you are between the ages of 15 and 30 and are willing to commit to a 23-week, paid program, we have a great opportunity waiting for you.   If any seniors in the community would like to schedule volunteer work in the spring please contact West Pontiac Connects to schedule a day and time.  Contact Marielle Lair at (819)689-2878 for more information or inquiries about the upcoming session.

If any seniors in the community would like to schedule volunteer work in the spring please contact West Pontiac Connects to schedule a day and time.  Contact Marielle Lair at (819)689-2878 for more information or inquiries about the upcoming session.

OUR LADY OF LOURDES – 280 Lourdesview Dr, Pembroke, ON:  Will be hosting a Concert Choir by the Redeemer University College on Wednesday, February 20th at 8 p.m.  Free entry, food band donations would be appreciated.  Everyone welcome.

Knights of Columbus in PembrokeThe next meeting of Bishop N.Z. Lorrain council 1531 will be held Tuesday, Feb.12 at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Ellis Avenue, Pembroke. It starts at 7:30 p.m.

On Feb. 26 Bishop N.Z. Lorrain council 1531 will host a series of speakers from Pembroke Community Living.  The session starts at 7 p.m. in the Knights of Columbus Hall on Ellis Avenue. The event is open to all members of the Knights of Columbus, their families and the community at large.

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Aurel Chaput of Demers Centre on Tuesday the fifth of February at the Shawville Hospital.  He was the husband of Madeleine Demers for 57 years father of Lisa, Noella, and Lila.   A celebration of Aurel’s life will be held in the Spring and the Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date in the Bulletin.                                       The Chaput Family

ST. ALPHONSUS C.W.L:  Will sponsor a CARD PARTY this Sunday, February 10th at Harrington Community Centre.  Registration at 12:30 and cards begin at 1:00 p.m.  Proceeds will go to Coady Institute (St. Xavier’s University) Which helps people worldwide to overcome poverty and build their own future.  Light lunch will be served and everyone is welcome

ST. ALPHONSUS C.W.L:  St. Alphonsus C.W.L will meet at Joan Sallafranque’s on Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. for their meeting.  Memberships are coming in well – we appreciate your promptness.

SPECIAL THANK YOU:  goes out to J.P, Jennifer Allard and family for donating $200.00 to each Parish towards the cost of Fuel.

THANK YOU:  Karie, Corey and Tyler Bissonnette (Children of the late Shirley Gagnon Bissonnette) would like to thank everyone for their support during the grieving process. We would like to thank the St.Alphonsus Church, Father Fitzpatrick, Meril Fleury, all members of the St. Alphonsus choir and Pauline Lepine for helping make the funeral arrangements honorable for our mom. Also, thank you to Hayes Funeral home and Greg for their kindness and helpful service. Thank you to all members of the CWL that prepared and served food at the hall that was held after church. You have all gone above and beyond with your kindness and generosity. To those who sent flowers, food, and sympathy wishes and prayers we thank you for this comfort. To our friends and family who have been and are still there, we are truly appreciative to have you in our lives. We are blessed to be surrounded by such an amazingly supportive and thoughtful community.

                                                                       Karie, Corey and Tyler Bissonnette

Tuesday Social Club:  we are collecting warm clothing for men and women for the Shepherds of Good Hope. Please label packages as Men, Women or Either. Deliver to Harrington hall early Tuesday afternoons until 3 p.m. or leave in the box provided at the back of the churches. Work socks are especially needed. We will be doing this until the last weekend of February. We guarantee all clothing will be used.

Shepherd’s of Good Hope:  The TUESDAY SOCIAL CLUB is collecting warm clothing for men and women to be sent to the Shepherds in Ottawa. Please label etc. etc.

Fr. Tim Sabbatical Notes:
-Aristotle wrote that there are three types of friendships: useful,
pleasurable, and virtuous. The first two are relationships in which the
goal is to obtain something for ourselves. The latter, virtuous friendshipsare those in which we desire the good for the other and thereby grow in
goodness ourselves.  
-Friendships become the means by which we mediate the good in anotherperson. In other words, by extending friendship to others we become themeans by which they can come to realize both the good within
themselves and the love that others, particularly God, has for them.  
-Friendships by their very nature are political in nature. This means that
through them we strengthen the bonds of community, service, and love
that reinforce the bonds we share as a community.  

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