Parish of Saint John Paul II
Our Community welcomes You.
Our Community welcomes You.
You Must register in advance to attend Mass.
To Register for a Mass please call during office hours : Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
No e-mails and no voice messages please
Available Masses: Sat. 4:30 pm, Sun. 10:00, Sun.10:30 am
YOU MUST REGISTER FOR YOURSELF ONLY.
SUNDAY: 8:30 a.m Polish
10:00 a.m English
11:45 a.m Polish
WEDNESDAY: 10:00 a.m English
7:00 p.m Polish
(no mass during summer months resumes Sept 9, 2020 )
FRIDAY: 7:00 p.m Polish
SATURDAY: 4:30 p.m English
6:00 p.m Polish
“For more than 20 years the Archdiocese of Montreal has offered a service of spiritual accompaniment of the sick and elderly persons in their own homes, under the name SASMAD, or as it is known in English, Pastoral Home Care.
This diocesan service is confidential and free, and is made available thanks to the visits of hundreds of volunteers who have received special training.” SASMAD/PHC
Therefore, please call the Rectory (514) 637-2379 and leave the names of any sick or shut-ins that you are aware of so that they can be visited (called) by a Pastoral Home Care volunteer once a week.
You are invited to our first ever virtual Lenten Mission animated by Tony Rettino, p.d.
Tony will use a series of videos from Sycamore.
Sycamore is an informal course about the Christian faith and its relevance for life today. It gives you space to meet other people, share ideas, explore your beliefs, and think about questions that really matter. Take a look at the Sycamore Trailer on Vimeo.
Feb 18: THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
Feb 25: WHO IS JESUS?
March 4: THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE CHURCH
March 11: THE GIFT OF FAITH
March 18: FINDING TRUE FREEDOM
March 25: THE MEANING OF LOVE
Invite a friend or several friends – they can be living in any time zone and join us through the internet – imagine the possibilities!
Register in advance for this meeting at the link below.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Are you feeling Anxious? Are you concerned about your mental health?
There is a support group that meets, via webinar, every month for discussion. Their support is Faith based. The group is called the Kingdom Mindset and you can get in contact with Adam and Judy (Catholic Action) through their email address at email@example.com
COVID19 has left us feeling quite vulnerable especially since we cannot gather even in times of loss. There is a Widow(er)s’ Support Group that meet every 1st Monday of the month. Please contact Anne Parsons at (514) 457-2183 or firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time more than ever, Prayer is needed. Why not join the Friends of Mercy Association? There are NO fees, and NO meetings, just prayer. For more information please use the following email address at email@example.com
There is a Spiritual Support Line 1-888-305-0994 if you desire extra support. This service is set up by the Archdiocese in this time of pandemic and is manned by PHC volunteers who can speak to you in English, French, Spanish and Arabic. This is available to anyone who could benefit from a listening ear.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us in many ways here in Canada. In the Global South, the impacts are devastating, as the pandemic is worsening poverty, hunger, conflict and gender inequality. Our Quebec Bishops have agreed for parishes in Montreal to support a special collection for Development and Peace.
More than ever, your solidarity and generosity are needed to support the work of Development and Peace so we are all recovering together.
The partners of Development and Peace are working for a just recovery in countries such as Peru, Lebanon, Bangladesh, Somalia and Haiti so that all can live in dignity.
Development and Peace – Caritas Canada needs your support! You can help in three ways: