32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sunday, November 7th, 2021

In your prayers kindly remember the sick and those who care for them, the lonely, the handicapped, those isolated, and those who have died, especially Sandra MacKenzie, Murrray Mathieu, Harriette Gagnon & Audrey Laroche.


Introduction to the Liturgy Theme: Sacrificial Giving – Both widows in today’s readings teach us something about the meaning of sacrifice. Elijah is fed with the last of the oil and flour left to the Zarephath widow. The improvised woman, observed by Jesus in the temple, gave to God of what was necessary for her to live. In both instances charity cost a great deal.  Sacrifice of different order appears in today’s reading from Hebrews. The one sacrifice of Christ perdures before God and will never be repeated.


From the Rector’s Desk Thursday, November 11th, we as Canadians observe Remembrance Day. We pause in silence to remember those who died in war and to pray for the victims of aggression and inhumanity throughout the world. It is a day to pray for peace and to consider what we are doing as individuals, as a community and as a nation to bring God’s peace into the world. It is a time for us to pray for our soldiers serving the cause of peace in troubled spots throughout the world and for their families anxiously waiting their return here at home. It is also a day for us as a believing community to rededicate ourselves by prayer and action to the ideals Jesus gives us in the beatitudes.



Monday, November 8th, 2021 to Saturday November 13th, 2021


Monday               7:45 a.m.      George Tempski – Ann Heney & Family

Intentions of St. Vincent de Paul


Tuesday               7:45 a.m.      Ronald Stencell – parents August and Colette Stencell

Dorice Chaput – Melon Manfred Voegtle


Wednesday         7:15 p.m.      Lucy & Dominic Dorzyk – Theresa & Jerry Malone

Ellen McCool – Family


Thursday             7:45 a.m.      For All Who Have Died in the Cause of Peace  

Marilyn Power – Jim Power

                        Renice, Ray & Phil Smith – Dawn Wyver


Saturday            7:15 p.m.       Special Intentions of Cathedral Parishioners – Fr. Jim


Sunday             10:30 a.m.     Special Intentions of Cathedral Parishioners – Fr. Jim

5:15   p.m.    For the Sick – Fr. Jim


November – Remembrance of the Dead – During the month of November the Church prays in a special way for those who have gone before us in death. There is a book located near the baptismal font and paschal candle for you to inscribe the names of your deceased loved ones to be remembered in prayer during the month of November.



Thank You from our CWL Fall Garage Sale Group – a huge thank you to Fr. Jim for allowing us the use of the hall, to people who donated, volunteered at, or helped with the clean up crew.  It was a great success.  It was so nice to see our CWL Members and so many others, that we haven’t      seen since the pandemic started.  God is good!!!


CWL has a variety of beautiful Christmas Cards available for purchase anyone interested can contact Becky Chaput at 613-732-8711, she would gladly be of service.

Pembroke Council 1531 of the Knights of Columbus will be resuming its scheduled meetings starting    Nov. 9 at the Hall on Ellis Avenue in Pembroke. The executive will meet at 6 p.m. and the regular meeting is at 7 p.m. Proof of vaccination will be required.


Missals 2022 – are now available at the main entrance of the church, cost is $3.00 each please place monies in the wooden box provided. Thank you.