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SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER PARISH

Fr. Peter Proulx, Assistant Pastor Fr. Ryan Holly, Assistant Pastor 331 Plaunt Street, South; P.O. Box 396 Renfrew, Ontario K7V 4A6 Tel: (613) 432-5825 Fax: (613) 432-6663
E mail: sfx.parish@on.aibn.com

Deacon Don Smith

Web Site: http://sfxrenfrew.wordpress.com/

St. Francis Xavier, a welcoming faith community lovingly sharing the gifts of God.

TH 26TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

SEPTEMBER 25TH, 2011


PRAYERS FOR THE DECEASED: We pray for our loved ones who have died recently. PRAYERS FOR THE SICK AND SHUT-IN: Let us raise up in prayer those who seek Gods healing love, those at the hospital, hospice and at home especially Pat Preen, John Albert, Joan Faye Prince and Gladys McNulty. May your struggle be consoled by Christs love.

MEETING OF ALL INVOLVED IN MUSIC MINISTRY: There will be a meeting for all individuals involved with aspects of music ministry on Monday evening, September 26 th at 7:30 p.m. This meeting is to discuss forthcoming changes involved with the implementation of the New Roman Missal and to review the new sung parts of the Mass that have been provided for us from the diocese. Any questions, please feel free to contact Father Holly at parochialvicar@gmail.com.

LITURGICAL MINISTERS:
CANTORS: The parish needs a few good voices!!!. If you love to sing, this is an opportunity for you to help your parish enrich our liturgies. Jennifer Slight will work with new cantors to ensure they are comfortable in the role. If you wish to simply inquire about what this entails please contact the office. Dont be shy! HOSPITALITY & EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: We are desperately short of volunteers for the 5:00 p.m. Saturday Mass. If you are able to assist please present yourself to Fr. Proulx. Thanks...Anne Smith 613-646-2058.

BISHOPS COLLECTION FOR THE NEEDS OF THE CHURCH IN CANADA


Today Catholic communities across our country are involved in the annual collection which supports the pastoral work of our Bishops nationally and internationally the Bishops Collection for the Needs of the Church in Canada. It is in the interest of all the Church in Canada for this Collection to be as effective as possible. The Church needs to maintain its services in order to carry out its mission at the heart of our world, by responding to pastoral needs and providing spiritual leadership. Founded more that sixty-six years ago, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops is the assembly of all the Catholic Bishops of our country, including the Bishops of the Eastern Catholic Churches. The Conference is the forum where our Bishops discuss their ministry, the life of the Church and the major issues of the day. In addition to assisting the Bishops in their collaborative relationship with Pope Benedict XVI and the various offices of the Holy See, the CCCB works closely with other Episcopal Conferences around the world, and in particular with those in the Americas. The Bishops of Canada thank you in advance for your charity, for your commitment to the Church, and to your generosity in following Christ.

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER CEMETERY Celebration of New Life: Thanks to all who assisted in making last Sundays service so meaningful for the families of those who have passed away over the last year. Special thanks to those who led the singing. And as always, our sincere appreciation is extended to Larry Kluke and Art Campbell who, year after year, continue to beautifully and painstakingly maintain the beauty and painstakingly dignity of our cemetery. Your efforts are appreciated by both our local residents and visitors to Renfrew. cemetery.

FASHION SHOW: St. Francis Xavier C.W.L. is hosting a DESSERT PARTY & FALL FASHION SHOW on Wednesday, Sept. 28 th at 6:30 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Parish Hall. All proceeds to SFX Small Hall Roof Restoration Fund. Tickets: $10 at Douglas Moore Fashions. Table reservations call: 613-432-5535. Monetary donations towards defraying expenses will be gratefully accepted.

SUNDAY EVENING EUCHRE PARTIES RAFFLE FOR CHINCHA ALTA: at 7 p.m. i n t h e C h u r c h H a l l Members of our parish who have been pilgrims to Next Party will be held Sunday, October 2nd Peru have continued to support the mission at * 4 Hand Euchre * * Admission: $4 * * Light Lunch * Chincha Alta and are now sponsoring a small raffle.
A small group of parishioners from our Renfrew parishes has donated to Development & Peace for the "Horn of Africa Famine Relief Fund". Your support of their ongoing Sunday evening Card Parties will assist them in raising these funds. The gatherings will contine on alternate weekends.

The raffle prizes are all hand-made Peruvian items. This group needs your help to distribute and sell tickets at the church entrances in November. If you can assist in any way please contact Nancy Bailey 613-432-4060 or Cathy Mahusky 613-433-3639.

LITURGICAL CELEBRATIONS
Please carefully note the times of the daily Liturgies
MON Sept. TUE Sept. WED Sept. THUR Sept. 26 27 28 29 7:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 4:15 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 12:10 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. Alma Benish Stan & Family Parents & Deceased Relatives Bob & Tim Daughter, Vickey Lynn Luck Leona & Ken Barr BONNECHERE MANOR: Thomas J. Murphy The Estate Gary Cybulski Ed & Mary McCann Rev. Alf Harringtonn Don & Lore Coyne Arthur Clemen & Deceased Relatives The Family Margaret Burns Jan & Roy Leitch Intentions of the Parishioners Father Proulx

FRI Sept. 30 SAT Oct. 1 SUN Oct. 2

LITURGICAL ROLES October 2nd, 2011 27 Sunday in Ordinary Time


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SATURDAY EVENING MASS - 5:00 p.m. MINISTERS OF THE WORD H. ONeill; S. McCanna MINISTERS OF HOSPITALITY J. Skebo; L. Lee; E. Boose; I. Power MINISTERS OF THE EUCHARIST K. & V. Windle; S. & G. Harper; K. Coulas SERVERS M. & B. ONeill

SUNDAY MORNING MASS 10:30 a.m. MINISTERS OF THE WORD S.T.A. Students; J. Perry MINISTERS OF HOSPITALITY D. & C. Varrin; L. Manwell; R. Zohr EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS B. & D. OConnor; K. & T. Mann; D. Letts SERVERS B. & H. & M. Mahusky; S. Perry

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time


SATURDAY EVENING MASS - 5:00 p.m. MINISTERS OF THE WORD R. Laxton; P. Dowdall MINISTERS OF HOSPITALITY D. Ballard; J.Lynch; T. Brazeau; B. Kusluski MINISTERS OF THE EUCHARIST R. Bresee; L. Armstrong; T. Lemenchick; D. Mooney; K. Harris SERVERS K. & C. Dowdall THIS WEEK AT S.F.X.: *Mon. Music Ministry 7:30 p.m. (Church) *Mon. Bereavement Grp 7:30 p.m. (Small Hall)

October 9th, 2011

SUNDAY MORNING MASS 10:30 a.m. MINISTERS OF THE WORD T. Keller; M. Richards MINISTERS OF HOSPITALITY L. & S. Hall; V. & A. Dumoulin EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS D. & M. McIntyre; A. & R. A. Dicker; M. L. Rowat SERVERS E. McIntyre; S. Lafont; S. Rowat; N. Lesk

to all couples of the Parish who celebrate a Wedding Anniversary $3,893.97 during September. We remember Thank you. you and your intentions at the 10:30 a.m. Mass this weekend. N A T I O N A L L I F E C H A I N : S u n d a y , O c t o b e r 2 nd. Your are invited to join hundreds of people across Canada in a May God Bless You All. Among peaceful vigil for one hour to witness to the sacredness of life those celebrating are: 2011 dates from conception to natural death. Life Chain is held in front of * John & Rita Burnett (53) the post office, Raglan St. S. in Renfrew from 2 to 3 p.m. Wont * Don & Elsie Kane (51) you please come and witness to the unborn? * Rocknie & Louise Gavin (50) (48) HUMAN TRAFFICKING PRESENTATION: Im Not for Sale. Come * Leo & Betty Sammon to the Centre culturel francophone (Francophone Cultural Centre) * Brian & Joanne OGorman (46) on Wed., Sept. 28th at 7:00 p.m. Limited space. Call the Womens * Tom & Donna Nolan (46) Sexual Assault Centre to register 613-735-5551. * Robert & June Stopa (45) (44) CATHEDRAL PARISH C.W.L.: GARAGE SALE Saturday, October 1st * Ray & Lianne Wojcik from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Cathedral Church Hall, Renfrew St., * John & Barb Albert (41) Pembroke. Something for everyone. * Barry & Sandra Breen (39) * Rick & Mary Norman (39) PUBLIC EDUCATION SEMINAR: Planning for a Healthy (33) & Prosperous Future: A discussion about capacity as it * Mike & Betty Coulas (27) relates to Finances and Health Matters and Powers of * Tom & Karen Godda Attorney. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH from 6:00 * Brian & Rhonda Lamourie (25) 9:00 p.m. IN GEM HALL, GROVES PARK. No Cost. * Jeff & Kerri OConnor ( 1) Please see posters for more information. CRAFTERS GET READY!: S.F.X. C.W.L. will gratefully accept donations of squares for the Tea Room, jams, jellies and pickles, baked goods, candies, crafts (wreaths, centrepieces, sewing, etc.) carvings and woodwork, books (no encyclopedia or Readers Digests), small items suitable for stocking stuffers and monetary donations for their Tea & Talent Sale to be held Saturday, November 12th at S.F.X. Hall. Contact Joan @ 432-9161.

Sunday offering: September 18th

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY:

PARISH SUPPERS
ST. PATRICKS PARISH, MT. ST. PATRICK Sept. 25th Turkey Supper served from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. CATHEDRAL PARISH, PEMBROKE Sept. 25th ST. ALPHONSUS, CHAPEAU Oct. 2nd ST. CASIMIRS, ROUND LAKE Oct. 9th ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, ARNPRIOR Oct. 16th Hot Roast Beef Dinner 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. See Posters