August 31, 2014, Masses, Messages and CCCB Appeal

 22th Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ August 31, 2014


Sunday Mass : 10:45 am

Songs: Entrée/ Entrance: Arise come sing in the morning,  Gloria: # 200, Acclamation: d’Orge 3, Offertoire / Offertory: Prends ma vie, Sanctus: P. Vallée,  Anamneses: Nous proclamons ta mort,  Amen: Pape, Agnus: Mass for Youth, Communion: Sons of God, Sortie / Recessional: Au nom de Jésus Allez.

Weekday Masses:

Wednesday : 7:00 pm – Rosary before mass at 6:30 pm

Friday : 7:00 pm – Adoration before mass at 6:30 pm


 URGENT APPEAL FOR PRAYERS – The Pope has invited everyone to raise up with one voice a ceaseless prayer for an end to the dramatic situation of the peoples in the north of Iraq, in particular the plight of the Christian Communities in that region. In the Angelus prayer of July 20, the Pope said, “May the God of Peace create in all an authentic desire for dialogue and reconciliation. Violence is not conquered with violence. Violence is conquered with peace! Let us pray in silence, asking for peace; everyone, in silence… Mary Queen of peace, pray for us!”

In honor of our celebration of “Love” August 24th a sincere thank you to all the participants and numerous volunteers. Thank you to the many people who contributed $, food, decorations and their time for the tremendous success of this celebration. Your generosity is heart warming and truly appreciated.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Beauchamps Service, Otter Lake – gérants/managers: Bev & Ben Beauchamps

Burke’s Sheet Metal 2007 Inc, Ottawa ON – gérant/manager: Joel Burke

Carlen Lafleur, Remax Direct – Linens by Canadian Linens

Bonichoix, Campbell’s Bay – gérant/manager: Rob Larivière

Le Coin Picanoc – gérant/manager: Jarod Croghan

Les Serres Paul Amyotte, Fort Coulonge – gérant/manager: Paul Amyotte

Couples for whom took place a celebration of love last Sunday, wish to thank Fr. Ghislain, Fr. Francis, the parish community, the choir, people involved during mass, Barbara Owens for the corsages. Special thanks to all who helped prepare and serve the meal. It was a memorable day and really appreciated. Thanks!

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.

St. 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.

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

Read more on the parish bulletin of the RCPCP website:



CCCB issues appeal for mercy, compassion and justice in the Middle East and throughout the world

The Executive Committee of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has issued an appeal “for mercy, compassion and justice in the Middle East and throughout the world”. The text was approved at the Executive’s meeting earlier this week on August 25, 2014. In its message, the Executive states: “As followers of the Crucified One, we recognize particularly in the Middle East the sufferings of our own brothers and sisters in faith. Moved by their pains and afflictions, we make their cause our own. We are united with them in solidarity and faith.” The appeal is addressed “to all people – of every faith and in the name of good will, here in Canada and around the world – to do even more to assist the suffering of those in need.”

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