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April 23

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Divine Mercy Sunday

The Second Sunday of Easter is the Feast of Divine Mercy. This Feast was instituted by St. Pope John Paul II in 2000 when he canonized St. Faustina Kowalska. St. Faustina’s Diary, which she kept at the specific request of the Lord Jesus and her confessors, faithfully records all of the Lord Jesus’s wishes and also describes the encounters between her soul and Him.

In her visions, St. Faustina was instructed to “Paint an image according to the pattern you see with the signature: Jesus, I trust in You…” This image has come to be known as the Divine Mercy Image. In the image, Jesus stands with one hand outstretched in blessed, the other touching his chest, from which proceeds beams of coloured light. An explanation of these colours was given to St. Faustina by Jesus himself saying, “The two rays represent blood and water.”

Find out more about Divine Mercy by visiting www.divinemercy.org

Together In Action 2017

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The 2017 Together In Action Campaign begins the first weekend of Lent. This annual fundraising drive supports charities at the local, provincial, national, and global level. Watch this year’s Campaign Video HERE.

Hospital Ministry to the Sick

Important information for ALL Parishioners!!

The hospital list we draw names from is no longer available to the clergy or the volunteers because of the Privacy Act, which protects the patients’ right to decide if they want a visitation or not. This means the hospital staff will no longer ask your faith when you are admitted.

There are 2 ways you can help us continue our ministry to the sick:

  • Notify  the hospital admitting staff that you are Catholic.
  • If for some reason you are unable to speak for yourself, a family member or friend can notify the hospital or parish office on your behalf at any time during your stay.
  • Call the parish office (403-526-2265) and let us know that you are in the hospital and would like to receive Communion and/or a visit from the Catholic community. The Eucharistic ministers will get that information and ensure that you will be on the RC list.
  • If you enter the hospital on a weekend, please call Gerry Carter directly at 403-526-7455.


Legion of Mary

The Legion of Mary is the largest Catholic lay organization in the world. It is made up of both Active members, and Auxiliary, or praying members. The active members meet weekly and are required to carry out a weekly apostolic work. The Legion of Mary of St. Patrick’s Church meet every Wednesday from 10:00 to 11:30 am. Anyone interested in learning more about the Legion of Mary are welcome to attend a meeting, or may contact Karen-Anne at (403) 526-0532.

Information is also available on the official website for the International Centre of the Legion of Mary at www.legionofomary.ie

The Legion of Mary invites you to join them on the third Wednesday of each month from 8:45 am (immediately following Mass) to 9:15 am for prayers to Our Mother of Perpetual Help.