No Mass Intentions this week.
Ash Wednesday: Masses for Ash Wednesday will be offered at 12:15 pm and at 7:00 pm on February 10th.
First Eucharist: Registration forms are available on the bulletin board at the back of the church. The registration fee is $10.00 and a copy of the child’s Catholic baptism certificate must be submitted with the registration form.
First Communion Deadline: April 1, 2016
REGISTRATION FORMS WITH FEE MUST BE RETURNED TO THE PARISH OFFICE
Baptismal Preparation: There will be a baptismal preparation course on Saturday, February 13th from 10:00am – 12:00pm. If you would like to have your child baptized and have not completed a baptismal preparation program, please make sure to fill out a baptismal information form and return it to the office before that date. All baptisms require that a Baptismal preparation course be completed.
Forms are available in the office.
Five things you need to know about the New Church building:
CWL: The CWL meets the second Wednesday of every month in the Blue house.
Help your marriage: Feeling alone, frustrated, angry with each other? Does talking about it only make things worse?
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Career Opportunity: Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy is looking for a full time Education Assistant. The position starts as soon as possible and continues until the end of this school year. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, caring, committed to students and willing to learn. Preference will be given to those with training and or experience as an Educational Assistant. Details are on the website, www.redeemer.ab.ca, employment, career opportunities, support staff, active postings.
Meditation: It is not by the extraordinary, but rather by the ordinary, things that we shall sanctify ourselves and help others. The saints become saints by using the opportunities we neglect and even despise. Without going to seek out our neighbor, we can still find many opportunities of exercising fraternal charity in the course of our day’s work. In everyone with whom we come in contact during the day, Christ can be found, Christ can be loved, Christ can be served. Faith, of course, is required, and so is courage. But so also is prudence. Christ is to be served in each of our neighbors according to the particular circumstances of our relations with each one."
— Dom Mary Eugene Boylan