Tuesday, May 29, 6:30 pm Mass:
For thanksgiving for prayers answered.
Mass intention by: Clair & Kay Cote
Wednesday, May 30, 12:15 pm Mass:
For the intentions of Livia Maican & family
Mass intention by: Adela Radulescu
Thursday, May 31, 12:15 pm Mass:
For the intentions of Cornel Fulop
Mass intention by: Marta Bartley
Friday, June 1, 8:30 am Mass:
For the intentions of the Members of Auspice Maria
Mass intentions by: John & Sheila Long
Saturday, June 9, 7:00 pm Mass:
For the repose of the soul of Marcus Walsh
Sunday, June 10, 10:00 am Mass:
For the intentions of all the people
Please Note: On Sunday June 10th the Rundle Mountain Cycling Club will be hosting their annual road race on Three Sister's Parkway. The finish line is right at the entrance point of the school parking lot, so please follow the instructions of the course marshals and parking lot attendants when exiting. Please be aware when pulling out of the Our Lady of the Snows parking lot and when proceeding down the Three Sisters Parkway.
We are seeking volunteers to set up refreshments after the 10:00 am mass for the summer.
Parish Fundraising Goal: $18,072.00
Raised to Date: $ 2,916.00
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Please Join Us: Next Sunday is Corpus Christi Sunday and we will be having a short procession around the school. Please join us with the First Communicants.
The Corpus Christi Procession: A Catholic Tradition
Processing through the community with the Blessed Sacrament on the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) is a venerable Church tradition. The procession is an outward demonstration of Catholic faith and belief in the Real Presence of the Risen Christ, under the appearance of the Consecrated Host. The Solemnity of Corpus Christi was introduced in the late 13th century to honor Our Lord's Institution of the Most Holy Eucharist. It is believed Corpus Christi Processions date back to the 14th century. They are still held on the Feast of Corpus Christi throughout the world, often with the regal splendor and rich traditions of years past. The procession is made up of clergy, Catholic groups and organizations and lay people and their families. Children in First Communion dress traditionally strew flower petals in front of the transported Eucharist. The Most Holy Eucharist is held in a processional monstrance carried by a priest or bishop. The monstrance itself is protected by a decorated canopy. In his Apostolic Letter Mane nobiscum Domine, Saint John Paul II urged all Catholics to participate in Corpus Christi Processions as a public profession of their faith in the real presence of Christ in the Most Holy Sacrament.