This Week

Sixth Sunday of Easter | 21th May 2017


“Be My Disciples”
2017-18  Registration: Faith Education program for Children
Registration for children grades 1 to 6 has begun.
We encourage you to complete yours as soon as possible in order to help us plan for the fall.
Forms are available  at the back of the church or can be obtained by contacting  Linda Wiltshire, Pastoral Associate
by email:
or by phone 514-932-3131
(Mondays & Thursdays)

Make your Voice Heard – Synod on Young People
In order to better proclaim Jesus Christ, Pope Francis is convening a Synod of Bishops, scheduled for October 2018, which will reflect on Young People,  The Faith and Vocational Discernment. A public consultation is now underway &  a preparatory document, including  questionnaire, is now available for reading and comment. Answers are to be submitted by the end of June 2017.
Visit the Synod document on the website for our Youth Department:


You are not forgotten
If you, or a loved one, are not able to come to church, we would be happy to pay you a visit & bring you Communion. We can also send you a copy of our Parish bulletin.
Let us know by calling the parish office (514-932-3131) and we will get to you ASAP.

Parish Donations
You can now make your donations to our parish ONLINE through CanadaHelps.
It is a convenient way to donate to our parish even when you are away.
The process is simple and you receive your Tax e-receipt immediately.
Donations may be made using Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal or Interac.

Thank you for your generosity and God bless you.


Saturday, May 20th
St. Bernardine of Siena
4:30 Art & Eileen O’Connell by the Estate

Sunday, May 21st
Sixth Sunday of Easter
10:30 Thomas Patrick McCrory

Monday, May 22nd
St. Rita of Cascia
9:00 John Lipa by Joseph Blain

Tuesday, May 23rd
9:00 John Lipa by Joseph Blain

Wednesday, May 24th
Blessed Louis-Zéphirin Moreau, bishop
9:00 John Lipa By Joseph Blain

Thursday, May 25th No Mass
St. Bede the Venerable; St. Gregory VII
St. Mary Magdalene de’ Pazzi

Friday, May 26th
St. Philip Neri
9:00 In Honour of Antonio Sacconaghi by the Sacconaghi Family

Saturday, May 27th
St. Augustine of Canterbury
4:30 In Honour of the Sacconaghi family by MaryLou Sacconaghi

Mass Intentions
Please note that there are a number of Masses without intentions.
If you would like to remember a loved one or celebrate a special blessing, we invite you to contact the parish office to book a Mass time or the Sanctuary Lamp.


St Teresa’s prayer is popular in this adaptation-

Christ has no body now but yours, no hands, no feet on earth but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which he looks with compassion on this world.
Yours are the feet with which he walks to do well.
Yours are the hands with which he blesses all the world.
Yours are the hands, yours are the feet,
You are his eyes, you are his body.
Christ has no body now but yours,
No hands, no feet on earth but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which he looks with compassion on this world.
Christ has no body now on earth but yours.

Jesus speaks in the gospel about being still alive, even after his death. Mostly we find Jesus alive in the love of others. The energy of love that is connected to the energy of God, for God is love. Other times we find God close to us in prayer; but where we can sense him alive mostly is in the ordinary and extraordinary loves of every day, in marriage, family, friendship and care for others.

Many of us do not realise that in this way we have been Christ-bearers. In listening to another, in care of all sorts, in putting ourselves out for the other, in working for justice and for peace the Spirit of God is alive and people are touched by God’s love through the cooperation of ordinary men and women.

Fr. Donal Neary, S.J,


This week the Sanctuary lamp will burn in memory of
             Kristoffer Limgo
by the Family.


MONDAY   6:00 PM
Christian Meditation in the Church
For Information call 514-931-5536

Choir Practice in the Choir Room


Weekday Masses:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday at 9:00 AM.
There is no Mass on Thursdays.

Weekend Masses:
Saturday at 4:30 PM
Sunday at 10:30 AM



51st World Communications Day
The message of Pope Francis is entitled: Fear not, for I am with you (Isaiah 43:5): Communicating Hope and Trust in our Time. To be celebrated on May 28, which in Canada is the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, the Pope expresses his desire “to contribute to the search for an open and creative style of communication that never seeks to glamourize evil, but instead to concentrate on solutions and to inspire a positive and responsible approach on the part of its recipients.”

Patronal Feast Day
Join Archbishop Christian Lépine for the diocesan patronal feast day celebration on Wednesday, May 31, 7:30pm at the Basilica of  Mary Queen of the World. The Ignace-Bourget Diocesan Merit Award, first bestowed in 1979 by Paul Cardinal Grégoire, will be presented during the Mass in recognition of individuals and/or institutions who have served the Church community with generosity, charity and social engagement. All are welcome!

Annual Sacred Heart Alumnae Reunion
Join us on June 2nd for a special reunion for ALL graduating years. Come for cocktails only (5-7 pm) or stay for dinner. Reminisce and reconnect in the familiar corridors of Sacred Heart. Please register by May 23. Contact the Alum Office at 514 937-2845  (ext. 108) or email

Film Fundraiser: “St Ignatius of Loyola”
Friday June 2 at 7 pm & Saturday June 3 at 3 pm at the Eric Maclean Centre, 2477 West Broadway (Loyola High School).  Tickets: $10 each. A modern adaptation of the life of the founder of the Jesuits as soldier, sinner, saint.  To see a trailer, or for information on the cast, visit
For  tickets, contact the Ignatian Centre, 514-481-1064 or