November 2, 2014, Masses, Messages, and Prayer Intentions

31th Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ November2, 2014


Sunday Mass: 10:45 am

Songs : Entrée/Entrance: Avec toi Seigneur,  Gloria : Glory to God in the highest, Acclamation: Grégorien, Offertoire/Offertory: Bread, Blessed and Broken, Sanctus: T. Gagnon (français), Anamneses: Nous proclamons, Amen: R.Lebel, Agnus: Mass for Youth,       Communion: Tu es là, Sortie/Recessional: They’ll know we are Christians.

Weekday Masses:

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



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.

From November 1st to November 8th, a plenary indulgence, applicable only to the deceased, may be obtained by the faithful who visit a cemetery, a church or an oratory to pray for the deceased.

On Sunday November 9th we will remember members of our parish community that are deceased. Symbols (a cross, angel wings, etc.) are available at the back of the church entrance and we ask a family member or friend to take one home. Write the name of the person who died and perhaps add a picture and/or any appropriate decorations or words that you feel are relevant. These symbols will be hung before Mass on a “Memorium Tree” which will be near the altar on Nov. 9th
Also, on November 9th, only for those who have died in 2013-2014 a family member or friendwill be asked to light a “special candle” in memory of their loved ones.

November 9th after Mass at the Cenotaph

OUR PARISH CEMETERIES: Winter weather conditions cause decorations to deteriorate. It would be greatly appreciated if families would remove decorations from graves before winter sets in.

Christmas Supper – St. Charles Parish in the Church Hall on November 29-Doors open at 5 pm and supper is served at 6 pm Turkey supper with all the trimmings including roast beef and salads.There is a limited number of tickets available and the deadline to purchase your tickets is Nov. 22. For tickets please call Beverley Dubeau at 453-7661 or Maureen Racine at 453-7697.

FOOD BANK: You are invited to bring to the church during the months of Nov. & Dec. Any kind of non-perishable food. This donation is for Bouffe Pontiac.

Read more on the parish bulletin of the RCPCP:


– Pope Francis’ universal prayer intention for November is: “That all who suffer loneliness may experience the closeness of God and the support of others”. His intention for evangelisation is: “That young seminarians and religious may have wise and well-formed mentors”.

Vatican City, 31 October 2014 (VIS)

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