Wednesday, April 4 12:15 pm
Thursday, April 5 12:15 pm
Friday, April 6 8:30 am
Saturday, April 7 7:00 pm
Mass: For the intentions of Fr. John Shannon
Mass intention by: Adela Radulescu
Sunday, April 8 10:00 am
Mass: For the intentions of the people
Please Note: The weekday masses for this coming week are cancelled.
Coffee & Cake Social: We will have coffee and cake after the 10:00am Mass on Sunday April 8, for Fr. Wilbert’s last weekend Mass with Our Lady of the Rockies Parish. We will also have a Welcome Social after the Sunday April 15th Mass for Fr. Nathan.
T.I.A. 2018 - Together In Action Parish Fundraising Goal: $18,072.00
Volunteer Driver Program: We would like to set up a program where volunteer drivers will drive those in their area, who do not have a vehicle, to the weekend Masses. If you would like to volunteer as a driver, please call the office.
Silent Retreat: Come to the quiet for awhile. There will be a ladies silent retreat from April 27th to April 29th at Sanctum Retreat Centre in Caroline Alberta. For further information or registration, please contact Marg Bleakney at 403 678-0010 or email: email@example.com.
Youth Rally: “The Youth Office invites all youth ages 12 - 18 to participate in this year's Youth Rally on April 21 in Catholic Central High School East, Lethbridge. Come and join Michael Chiasson, Nun and Nunner, and Fr. Cristino Bouvette for a day filled with music, awesome talks and great fun. For more information and to register please go to www.theyellowtree.ca or ask your youth group coordinator or pastor. You can also contact: Harriett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Man of Shroud Exhibition: St. Peter’s Parish is honoured to present the “Man of the Shroud Exhibition”, a collection of documentary museum boards and recreated artifacts of Christ’s Passion, including an actual-size photographic reproduction of the Shroud of Turin. Keynote speakers: Fr. Andrew Dalton and Barrie Schwortz. Date of exhibition: March 23 - April 10 from 9 am – 9 pm. Cost: Freewill donation. Location: St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church (541 Silvergrove Dr. NW, Calgary). For more information, visit www.st-peters.ca
The Precepts of the Church: The Precepts of the Catholic Church are a description of the absolute minimum actions required of Catholics regarding the Church. Intentional violation of the precepts or the Commandments is a grave matter, meaning a mortal sin.
This week we will look at the thirdp recept: You shall receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter season. This “guarantees as a minimum the reception of the Lord’s Body and Blood in connection with the Paschal feasts, the origin and center of the Christian liturgy.” Remember, it is advisable to go beyond the minimum.
Always remember: the precepts of the Catholic Church are minimum levels of participation in the life of the Church. Out of love for Christ and a desire to advance in the spiritual life, you will normally try to do far more than they require Receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at every Mass, if you meet the guidelines for reception (are free from mortal sin, etc.).