OCTOBER is RESPECT FOR LIFE MONTH For all of us, who are called by name to be disciples of Christ: May he give us courage to open our hearts to those who are most vulnerable during this Respect Life Month and always.
Volunteers still needed to serve as sacristans and as altar servers for funerals. Please see Fr. Dan after mass or call the office. Thank you to those who have already volunteered.
Adult Faith Formation classes will be starting soon. If you are wanting to receive sacraments or simply want to learn more about your faith please contact Fr. Dan or contact the office
New Office Hours... Monday through Friday: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
NEW Prayer Calendar... Do you want to pray for those around us who need prayer? Do you have prayer requests for yourself, family members and friends? Check out our new Prayer Calendar here on our web site. Send your requests directly to Fr. Dan using this special email address: email@example.com
Our parish families extend our prayerful condolences & sincere sympathies to the families of:
Antoinette M. Hetu
Doris M. Charest
Inspiration for week of Oct 14
Are we content and satisfied with the bare minimum and essentials of our faith, or do we desire excellence and proficiency? The Ten Commandments represent the minimum and, if we are honest with ourselves, are pretty easy to keep. The fullness of the Gospel, however, is another story. Truly living as Jesus taught often comes with great self-sacrifice, self-emptying, and possibly leaving the things of this world behind. Are we ready to pursue this kind of life? God wants us to live and love abundantly not superficially. Love asks that we extend ourselves beyond the status quo and the bare minimum and venture into that which is risky, counter-cultural, and even radical. What we possess can no longer be important. When Jesus laid this out before the rich young man, he went away sad because he had much. When Jesus lays it out before us, how do we react?
ROSARY DEVOTION Join us in praying the Rosary after the 8:00 am mass on Saturday morning.
The first Sunday of each month is our pantry Sunday. The protein foods, like peanut butter, meats, stews and tuna are always needed. All shelf stable foods are gratefully accepted. Our Lady's Food Pantry is open every Tuesday and Thursday, 1:30 to 2:30 next to (and in the rear) of the Rectory.
Mass Intentions for Holy Trinity Parish
OLQM Church October 14 - October 20 Ron Bacon Birthday Remembrance By his Wife & Family
Holy Family Church TBA
Parish Drawings results for OLQM and Sacred Heart SACRED HEART 300 CLUB End of year drawing results: $950.00 Leslee Deslauriers $300.00 Kathy Robbio $200.00 Ted Patrie $100.00 Claudette Masse $100.00 Carlene Fontaine $50.00 Ray Deslauriers $50.00 Rose Beaudoin $50.00 Alan Lanctot
OLQM Pot 'O Gold Club Everyone is invited to join or renew your membership and we ask you to invite your friends and family to join. There will be an incentive bonus drawing of $200 for all those who have paid up their membership in full by October 28th. The next Grand Prize drawing will take place on Saturday September 21, 2019 at The Village Haven There will be an additional 5 prizes making that a total of 10 prizes. Tier #1 $65 Membership. Your admission to the banquet is free Tier #2 $55 Membership. You are eligible for all the prizes to be drawn but if you wish to come to the dinner, you must purchase an admission ticket. Guest Tickets are also available for non-members for the Banquet.