27th Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ October 5, 2014
Sunday Mass: 10:45 am
Songs : Entrée / Entrance: Peuple de Dieu, Gloria: Glory to God in the highest, Acclamation: D’orge, Offertoire / Offertory: Tous Unis, Sanctus: Dufford, Anamneses: # 374, Amen: Chouinard, Agnus: Yolaine Pépin,bCommunion: Seeds scattered and sown, Sortie / Recessional: Immaculate Mary.
Thursday: 7:00 pm – Adoration before mass at 6:30 pm
Friday: 7:00 pm – Way of the Cross before mass at 6:30 pm
Thought of the week
Jesus can change your failures to victory
“Master, we worked hard all night long and caught nothing, but if you say so, I will pay out the nets. And when they had done this they netted such a huge number of fish that their nets began to tear” Lk 5:4.6
The disciples have worked hard all night and caught no fish. Finally, when they obeyed Jesus, everything changed. The same lake, the same boat, the same nets, the same men who had nothing caught the day before, they suddenly become heroes. Everything has changed. What made the difference? Obedience to the Word of the Master. Obedience to Jesus produced a miracle. Now Jesus is the same yesterday today and forever. It can do exactly the same for you. All that was unsuccessful in your life can begin to bear fruit.
Our public enemy number one, is doubt that prevents us from believing that from the ashes of our failures, Jesus can build something wonderful.
Have a good week
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.Choir practice for children will be held every Tuesday at 6 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.
October 12- Thanksgiving Sunday- We are asking the children «if possible» to bring to the Church a small harvest item (example: small pumpkin, few carrots, homemade preserves, bread) to help decorate in front of the altar. Thank you for your participation.
Read more on the parish bulletin of the RCPCP: http://rcpcp.com/
Pope Francis’ prayer intentions for October
Pope Francis’ universal prayer intention for October is:
“That Lord may grant peace to those parts of the world most battered by war and violence”.
His intention for evangelisation is: “That World Mission Day may rekindle in every believer zeal for carrying the Gospel into all the world”.
As Jesus told Martha in the Gospel, one thing is necessary: prayer