BLESSED TRINITY PARISH NEWS:
MASS INTENTIONS -
We will continue to post our prayer intentions and ask parishioners to pray for them. <Click here> for March 18/19, 2023 prayers.
ADDITIONAL WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS –Click here
“NEW” KITCHEN COMMITTEE - Now that things are opening once again, we are looking to establish a Kitchen Committee. We will be holding funeral receptions and hopefully some parish events. We also need help with set up and clean up. If you are interested in taking part in this committee, there will be a short 10-minute meeting after mass this Sunday, March 19th. If you are interested but unable to make it this Sunday, please email Dee Dee at email@example.com or call (506) 333-1651.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR HOLY WEEK CELEBRATIONS - Sign-up sheets are on the back wall at St. Alphonsus church. Experience is not necessary nor is a huge time commitment. All we need is a willingness, on your part, to be involved. There are many who could explain what needs to be done - “Many hands make light work”. What better way to get to know YOUR parish community.
DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE (D&P) – This year, Development and Peace — Caritas Canada’s Create Hope: Stand for the Land campaign calls you to support our sisters and brothers in the Global South in defending their land and territory.
CHRISM MASS - Tuesday, April 4, at 6:30 pm at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception...
DIOCESAN PLANNING STUDY – The Diocese of Saint John is conducting a comprehensive planning study of the entire diocese...
SHARE LENT 2023 - message from Bishop Riesbeck
HEATING - Our four new heat pumps are now operational. Until we are accustomed to how they work, given our unusual requirements, please do not use the wall mounted thermostats that operate our oil fed furnace. We will be experimenting to find out what temperature is a happy medium for all. Please bear with us.
REFUGEE / NEWCOMER OUTREACH - Find our "new" blog here - update Mar.8/2023
We Welcome You
We are a community of faith following Jesus Christ guided by the Gospel and Eucharist. We welcome all and respond to the needs of the greater community.
Father Don's March 19 Message
WEEKLY MASS TIMES FOR
For the latest in Vatican News, <click here>
“JOURNEY THROUGH LENT” Video Series - I wish to inform you that the CCCB video series Journey through Lent will be available once again on the CCCB website. This year’s Lenten reflections are delivered by His Eminence Gérald Cyprien Cardinal Lacroix, Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada, and the Most Reverend Brian Joseph Dunn, Archbishop of Halifax-Yarmouth.
Today, videos for Ash Wednesday and for the First Sunday of Lent will be posted on the CCCB website. Here are the links for your convenience:
In English: https://www.cccb.ca/evangelization-catechesis-catholic-education/video-resources/journey-through-lent-2023/
In French: https://www.cecc.ca/evangelisation-catechese-et-education/ressources-video/cheminer-ensemble-durant-le-temps-du-careme-2023/
Every Monday throughout Lent, a video will continue to be posted on the CCCB website in English and in French for the following Sunday’s eucharistic celebration.
CHURCH HALL RENTALS
*Dee Dee Holland 333-1651
*Ann Galloway 832-4598
*Fred McBride 832-7835.
Contact Marc & Carmelle Robichaud at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please have your announcements to the parish by Wednesday each week.
THE NEW FREEMAN
Link to The New Freeman. There are some very interesting articles posted. Our Sacred Stories by Father Jennings is a very good, short read.
TELEVISED MASS - <click here> for more information on free, televised Masses that will be available as well as other online resources.
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