During this time of COVID-19 our healthcare workers, and anyone who cares for others either as a profession or within their family and friends, have been facing even more challenges in their daily lives than usual. How do you care for yourself, so that you can continue caring for others? Novalis has set up a webinar with author Michelle O’Rourke this Wednesday June 3 at 2:00 pm for an hour. Check out the video invitation below to learn how to register. And please, continue to care for yourself!
Blessed Pentecost to all!
Click here to read Fr. Tim’s newsletter for this Pentecost Sunday, and see the ad below from our Building Manager, Gary Howell.
During this time of COVID-19, when churches are closed and Mass is not celebrated publicly, you can still spiritually participate in the celebration of the Mass.
Mass with Bishop Crosby
Sunday: 11:00 am on Cable 14
Sunday: 1:00 pm on CHCH (local Cable channel 10)
Salt and Light (Channel 240, Rogers Cable)
Monday to Saturday: 6:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am, 3:00 pm, 10:30 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am,10:30 pm
Vision TV (Channel 27, Rogers Cable)
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am, 12:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am
Joy TV (Channel 173, Rogers Cable or Channel 656, Bell Satellite)
Monday to Friday: 10:30 am, 4:00 pm
Sunday: 10:30 am
Join Pope Francis in praying the Rosary on Saturday May 30th at 12:30 pm our time for an end to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pope Francis is once again urging all of humanity to pray together for divine help during the coronavirus pandemic. The Pope will lead the recitation of the Rosary from the Lourdes Grotto in the Vatican Gardens.
The event takes place under the title: “Devoted with one accord to prayer, together with Mary” (Acts 1:14). It is organized by the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization.
The Decades of the Rosary will be recited by men and women representing the various categories of people who have been particularly affected by Covid-19. These include a doctor and a nurse; someone who recovered from the illness and someone who lost a loved-one to it; a priest, a hospital chaplain, and a nun who is a nurse. Other participants include a pharmacist, a doctor, and a journalist; an Italian Civil Protection volunteer; and, a young family who welcomed a baby into the world during the pandemic.
How to participate
The event will be broadcast live throughout the world on a host of Vatican channels, with English-language commentary provided. To participate through the Vatican News English YouTube channel: click here