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THE ENGLISH CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF WESTMOUNT

Serving the English Catholic Community of Westmount, Quebec since 1926.

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THE ENGLISH CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF WESTMOUNT

Serving the English Catholic Community of Westmount, Quebec since 1926.

Learn More About Us

THE ENGLISH CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF WESTMOUNT

Serving the English Catholic Community of Westmount, Quebec since 1926.

Learn More About Us

THE ENGLISH CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF WESTMOUNT

Serving the English Catholic Community of Westmount, Quebec since 1926.

Learn More About Us

THE ENGLISH CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF WESTMOUNT

Serving the English Catholic Community of Westmount, Quebec since 1926.

Learn More About Us

THE ENGLISH CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF WESTMOUNT

Serving the English Catholic Community of Westmount, Quebec since 1926.

Learn More About Us
Ascension of Our Lord parish

NEW HERE? Masses: 10:30 AM Sundays; 4:30 PM Saturdays


April 21st, 2019 | Easter Sunday

Congratulations and Best Wishes!
to Jan Jorgensen
who at the Easter Vigil was received into Full Communion; 
and
to Claudia Gonzalez Valecillos
who received the sacrament of Confirmation.

May the grace and blessings
you receive from God
guide you throughout your life!

Earth Day 2019
This year, Easter and Earth Day (April 22nd) nearly coincide.
You may wonder how time can be found in the busy and joyful celebration of Easter to mark Earth Day, or even whether Earth Day is important enough to warrant attention during the Easter season. The answer for Christians, however, is yes!
The Church has long held that the tomb standing empty on that first Easter morning did not simply signal God making all things new for humans alone, but for all creation. Just when people had lost hope Christ beat the bonds of death and returned again to walk the earth he loved, among the people he loved and died for. We are not Christ, but we are called to be like Christ, to continue his work to the best of our ability. Is not part of that work this Easter season the work of loving, caring for, and protecting the earth that God made a point of showing God’s knowledge of and love for?
For a list of activities and resources for Earth day
visit Earth Day – Jour de la Terre Canada
or our Archdiocesan website

The flowers which adorn our sanctuary this Easter
are courtesy of  donations offered in loving memory of:
Edith & John  McCormack
Kate & Edward Sampson
Dr. Thomas P. McCrory
Agnes & Donald MacLellan
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Meehan
Sheila S. Brown
Ferris & Lorette Ezzy
Frances Ezzy-Jorgensen
Gino Romano
Rolande Cloutier Klucinskas
Richard Klucinskas
Vytas Klucinskas
Philip Hagan
Barbara Ballantyne
Dr. Antoine Lepage
Catherine Laplante
Mr. T. Morcos
Mrs. K. Badisi
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Silverwood   
Leonard Silverwood
Renato Girolami
Maruja Llamas
Ann Ramaseder
Frank & Johanna Ramaseder
Pearl McLeod
Louis Burke
Ivan-Shahbaz
Theresa & Sharon Julien
Cuthbert St. John
John Burke
Antonio & Adele Santilli
Nazzareno D’Angella
Gian Carlo Gini
Angelo Chiarot
Piero & Turno Zanuttigh
Alberto & Giovanna
Cefis Soeur
Mathilde Fantone
Alex Ang
Edilberto Perez
Horacio Limgo & Uy Kin
Kristoffer LimgoAntonio Ang
Petronilo & Eugenia  Enrile
Ricardo & Teresita Lopa
Daniel C. LopezLeonardo Umale
Luciano & Justina Lopez
Antonio & Clariza Diokno
Aurora Castillo Deceased members of the Pepper Family
Deceased Members of the Carlin Family
Lucia de Verteuil
Deceased members of the Moscatelli, Morzaniga, Farina & Tassan-Solet Families
  

Mass Intentions
We have quite a few Masses without intentions, particularly on weekdays. If you would like to remember a loved one in this way, or for another special intention, you are invited to contact the parish office to book a Mass time or the Sanctuary Lamp.


“For I was hungry and you gave me food” (Matthew 25:35) We have a new tradition in our parish to support the hungry on a more continuous basis. Bring one non-perishable food  item to Mass every weekend which will be sent to the foodbanks. Donations can be left at the back of the church and will be delivered to St. Willibrord’s parish food bank.  A list of suggestions for nutritious non-perishable items is posted below.

Download Item list

Keep in mind that over 860,000 Canadians visit food banks every month, with over 36% of the donations feeding hungry children.

Foodbank Donation List suggested nutritious non-perishable food items: 

  • Oatmeal (regular, no added sugar if possible)
  • Pot barley
  • Whole-grain high-fibre/whole wheat dried pasta
  • Brown rice
  • Couscous (whole wheat best)
  • Canned salmon or tuna
  • Canned beans (chickpeas, lentils, kidney beans)
  • Peanut butter
  • Tomato sauce
  • Pasta sauce in jars
  • Canned vegetables and fruit (no added sugar or salt if possible)

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