August10, 2014, Masses, (no mass Wednesday and Friday), Messages and Special Prayer

Welcome, all visitors to our community!

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ August 10, 2014


Sunday Mass : 10:45 am

Songs : Entrée/ Entrance: Toi Jésus-Christ, Gloria : #200, Acclamation : D’orge 3, Offertoire / Offertory: Gift of finest wheat, Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy, Anamneses: #372 Christ has died , Amen: Robert Lebel, Agnus: A. Gagnon, Communion: Pain de Dieu, Sortie / Recessional: The Mass is Ended.




Masses on week to St. Anne and St.Charles are cancelled because the Father Ghislain will be absent to attend a service for his brother.

If you know of elderly or sick people who wish to receive the Body of Christ at home, or a visit from the priest, please contact Father Ghislain Ndondji: 819-648-5715 (Ste Anne), 819-453-7656 (St Charles Borromeo)

Choir Practices for adults will be held every Monday night at 7 pm.

Charles Parish is looking for volunteer lectors for Wednesday & Friday Masses as well as Sundays. Anyone interested please contact Joan, Colette or Esther.

Anyone wishing to become altar servants at Mass may do so by calling Colette or Joan.

Thank you to the Parish Auxiliary for their contribution (in part) towards the purchase of a computer for the office at St. Charles Borromeo.

Please note that the cemetery “guidelines” are available at the back of the Church. Please feel freeto take one.

The craft centre is looking for a volunteer secretary, fluent in french(as all government papers are in French), for a few hours per week. We will be very grateful. Please call the Centre: 819-453-7378 or Esther Dubeau: 819-453-7352.

Read more on the parish bulletin of the RCPCP:



Appeal by Pope Francis (on Twitter) and Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

Following the appeal by Pope Francis on August 7, 2014, and his Angelus message of July 20, the Holy See’s Secretariat of State has transmitted an urgent message to the world’s Catholic Bishops. In a letterreceived on August 8 by the Most Reverend Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of Gatineau and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), the Bishops of Canada and their local Churches were invited “to unite with the Holy Father in steadfast prayer to invoke the gift of peace from the Holy Spirit.” Catholic dioceses across Canada are already asking their parishes to include the Middle East situation in the Prayers of the Faithful. Read more on the CCCB website : CCCB and Canadian dioceses respond to Middle East crises Read also : Cardinal Collins: Canada can do more to help Christians under siege in Iraq

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