Bulletin: Solemnity of All Saints

Posted 2020-10-30 by St. Michael's Communications

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ALL SOULS’ DAY: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2

Let’s commend the souls of our departed loved ones to the mercy of God: on All Souls Day, we will have Mass at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. We encourage parishioners to extend this invitation to family and friends, especially those in our parish community who have lost a loved one or have family members interred in our Columbarium. To attend Mass and submit names for our Book of Remembrance, visit saintmichael.ca/Mass.


Thank you to our Confirmation & First Communion Volunteers New

It is with deep gratitude that we offer heartfelt thanks to all those who were able to come forward and volunteer for our Confirmation and First Holy Communion masses. These events are significant milestones for our children and parents. We thank you for helping make the day a blessed memory for all.


2020-2021 Sunday Missal Now Available New

The Living with Christ 2020-2021 Year B Sunday Missal is now available for purchase for $5 each. To get your copy, please visit the parish office.


Women’s Ministry Advent Study New

The Women’s Ministry is hosting a four-part study in preparation for Advent happening Tuesdays at 7 p.m. from November 10 to December 1. The Zoom meeting link will be shared through the Women’s Ministry’s Flocknote group — to join, click here.


Save the Date: Parish Advent Mission New

Mark your calendar: St. Michael’s will be hosting an Advent mission with the Divine Mercy sisters on December 8-10, and a mission specifically for the youth on Friday, December 11. More details will be released soon. Save the date!


Monthly Offering: Consider going paperless

As we are preparing 2021 contribution envelopes, we’re asking envelope users to consider going paperless and switch to pre-authorized debit for your monthly offering. To do so, click here to download and fill out the pre-authorized debit form and drop it off at the parish office by Monday, November 2. Otherwise, your 2021 envelopes will be available for pickup at the church in mid-November


Catholic Education Sunday

  • November 8 marks Catholic Education Sunday — in a special way, we remember and keep in our prayers all the teachers, staff, students, and parents in our school community and thank God for the tremendous gift that is Catholic education. On this day, the Calgary Catholic Education Foundation (CCEF) also reaches out with an appeal that will help faith-based funding for over 59,000 students in 117 Catholic schools in Calgary, Cochrane, Chestermere, and Airdrie. To make a financial donation, please visit www.theccef.ca.
  • Read the letter from the Alberta Bishops on Catholic Education Sunday: click here.
  • The Diocese has a novena for Catholic education which runs Oct. 29 to Nov. 6. Click here to download the prayer guide.

Blessed Sacrament Chapel Access

On Sundays, access to the Blessed Sacrament Chapel through the south entrance doors will be from noon to 8 p.m. For Saturdays and the rest of the week, the doors will remain open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


CCCB releases statement in response to Bill C-7

As the legislation introduced this month remains unchanged from that which was tabled on 24 February 2020, the Bishops of Canada once again express their serious concerns regarding Bill C-7 and call upon all Canadians to express their opposition to the Bill. As said in the statement: “The proposed legislation of Bill C-7 remains deeply flawed, unjust, and morally pernicious. The Bishops of Canada call on Catholics and all people of goodwill to make their voices heard in opposition to the Bill. Similarly, all Canadian legislators should recall that no law that permits the taking of innocent human life can ever be morally justified. Such a law would always violate the intrinsic dignity of the human person.” Please read below:

Statement in Response to the re-tabling of Bill C-7, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (medical assistance in dying) 


CATHOLIC MOMS SUMMIT

If you are struggling to find joy within the vocation of motherhood, this Summit is here to help you. Join the online Catholic Moms Summit, November 13-15: dynamic presenters will be sharing inspiration, wisdom, and encouragement from a wide variety of experiences and backgrounds. This event is also a great opportunity for you to connect with other moms just like you from around the world. Register at cardinalstudios.org/moms-summit-home.


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