MASS INTENTIONS -
We will continue to post our prayer intentions and ask parishioners to pray for them. <Click here> for April 17/18 intentions.
ALPHA FOR CATECHISTS - In response to the upcoming changes in the Confirmation process we are offering a Diocesan wide Alpha session for Religious Education Coordinators, Confirmation Catechists, and other interested Catechists. Sessions begin April 20 and runs for 11 weeks. <Click here> for more information and registration.
STAY-CATION AT THE VILLA MADONNA - bring your whole family bubble! Meals, hiking trails, wi-fi, lots of space for kids to play. Reasonable rates - <click here> for more information.
DIOCESAN DIRECTION OF EVANGELIZATION AND CATECHISIS - is being sought for the diocese of Corner Brook and Labrador. <Click here> for more information.
MESSAGE TO THE FAITHFUL EUTHANASIA
YES, LORD! - Salt & Light TV presents a new Children's Liturgy TV show. This began with a letter from an 8 year old name Joe who said Mass was boring and wondered why there wasn't anything for kids. Check it out for more information! Or go straight to their website at slmedia.org.
STEEPLEVIEW DEVELOPMENTS - affordable apartments in uptown Saint John, looking for your feedback <click here> for more information and to complete a survey.
DID YOU KNOW - We are celebrating the Year of St. Joseph?
THE NEW FREEMAN - did you know it is available online for free? You can access it through the Diocesan website at http://www.dioceseofsaintjohn.org/news
TELEVISED MASS - <click here> for more information on free, televised Masses that will be available as well as other online resources.
EASY OFFERTORY - we are so grateful for all of you and the support you provide each week. As we are unable to take up our regular weekly offertory, please consider signing up for "Easy Offertory" - <click here> for the application form.
We Welcome You
We are located in Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada; a quiet yet vibrant town lying in the valley of the Kennebecasis River. It is pastoral. We are pastoral. Come feel our spirit. We are a happy, faith filled community who care for each other. We are home. Welcome to Our Home!
Father Don's April 18 Message
Depending on what Covid-19 recovery level we are (this region is currently in 'yellow' ) we may have to restrict the number of people who can attend Mass at one time. Please continue to be vigilant about hand washing, respect the 6' physical distancing requirements, limit your contacts, and wear a face mask that covers your nose and mouth. We're on the right path but not out of the pandemic yet.
Still struggling to get used to wearing a face mask? This prayer was developed by someone like you. Have a read, it helps.
We also ask that you familiarize yourself with our parish protocols by <clicking here>.
Regular Weekend Mass Times:
St. Anthony's Saturday at 4:00pm
St. Alphonsus Sunday at 9:30am
St. Bridget's Sunday at 11:30am
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: the first Friday of every month at 7:00pm at St. Bridget`s.
Weekday Mass at St. Alphonsus: Tuesdays at 6:30pm
“Today, as pilgrims in search of hope, we cling to you, Risen Jesus. We turn our backs on death and open our hearts to you, for you are Life itself.” (Pope Francis, Easter Vigil 2020).
May the light of Christ shine brightly in each of us, so that by our witness others will come to know that the Lord has truly risen from the dead. May we encounter the risen Jesus in a personal way this Easter, and find in him the fullness of joy, peace, and life itself.
With great hope in the joy of the resurrection, I remain faithfully yours in Jesus with Mary. -Bishop Christian Riesbeck. For the full message <click here>.
For the latest in Vatican News, <click here>
CHURCH HALL RENTALS
Dee Dee Holland 333-1651 Ann Galloway 832-4598 Fred McBride 832-7835.
Contact Jean Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please have your announcements to the parish by Wednesday each week.