Mass in a Moment
By Margaret Bick
The General Intercessions
In praying the general intercessions, restored to the liturgy by the Second Vatican Council, the Church shares in the priesthood of Christ, making supplication on behalf of the Church and the whole world. The needs of all humanity are addressed under general categories: the Church, civil authorities, the needy, the local community and all the world.
The assembly invokes God’s intervention: “Lord, hear our prayer.” or “Lord, have mercy.”
In earlier centuries the list and form of intentions grew so long that the pope adopted a shorter style and moved the prayers to the beginning of the Mass. Pope Gregory the Great further shortened them by completely removing the statement of intention, so only the repeated cry, “Lord, have mercy” remained. This is the origin of the “Lord, have mercy” of the modern penitential rite.
MASS INTENTIONS & DAILY READINGS
Rosary at 11:50 a.m.
Tues. June 2nd: ferial
12:05 pm: Adolf Winkler +
Tobit 2.9-14; 3.1 ++, Ps. 112.1-2, 7bc-8, 9, Mark 12.13-17
Wed. June 3rd: St. Charles Lwanga
Tobit 3.1-6a, 7-10a, 11-13, 15b-17a, Ps. 25.2-3, 4-5ab, 6-7bc, 8-9, Mark 12.18-27
Thurs. June 4th: ferial
Tobit 4.20, 5.4; 6.10-11b; 7, 1, 9-16; 8.1, 4-9++, Ps. 128.1-2, 3, 4-5, Mark 12.28-34
Fri. June 5th: St. Boniface
Tobit 11.5.15, Ps. 146.1-2ab, 6-7, 8-9ab, 9cd-10, Mark 12.35-37
Sat. June 6th: ferial
5:15 pm: Christine & Richard Woodrow +
Tobit 12.1-20, Tobit 13.2, 6a, 6b, 6c, 6d, Mark 12.38-44
Readings for The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ - Sunday, June 7th, 2015
1st Reading: Exodus 24.3-8
Responsorial Psalm: Ps. 116.12-13, 15+16bc, 17-18
2nd Reading: Hebrews 9.11-15
Gospel: Mark 14.12-16, 22-26
Please pray for all who are ill, especially
Donna MacIntosh, John da Silva, Mae Bradley, Deacon Hugh Taylor, Sophia Karapita, Heather Tobias, Carmela Morra, Ann Collins, Maria Soares, Laura MacDonald, Patricia Cull and Maria Jose Bouey.
Minister of the Word & Eucharistic Minister
For next weekend –
June 6 & 7
5:15 pm – Paul Connelly, Anne Marie Cassin
10:00 am – Flavia Mussio, Laurence Mussio,
Sr. Mary Halder
5:15 pm – Steven Hozjan, Joan Howard
10:00 am – Vanessa Nicholas-Schmidt,
Kathleen Wilkinson, Ann Gilbride, Rosa Venalainen
BAPTISM PREPARATION SESSION
Please pick up a baptismal package from
an usher at the entrance of the church
All parents wanting to have their child Baptized in the upcoming months must speak with Carol Soloman, Lay Pastoral Assistant before each Baptism Preparation Session. Please note that the Baptism Date must be confirmed with Carol BEFORE you make arrangements for family and friends to attend. Monthly Baptisms are on a first come first served basis.
The next Baptism Preparation Session will be Saturday, September 12th at 10 a.m. in the parish room. The upcoming Baptism dates are: September 20th, October 18th and November 22nd at 2 p.m.
Welcome new parishioners! To be a registered member of our parish is to have a sense of belonging to a Community of Faith. Please introduce yourself/family to the pastor and register as soon as possible. All parishioners especially those who live outside our parish boundaries are expected to complete a Parish Registration form and use Sunday Offertory Envelopes. This will greatly assist the Parish Team when parishioners request sacraments, funerals or letters of reference. N.B. Please notify the parish office if you change your address or family information.
St. Vincent de Paul
Marygrove Camp Collection
Envelopes are being distributed for the Marygrove Camp annual collection. Marygrove offers 1,100 girls from less-fortunate families an opportunity to attend summer camp. Thank you for your support of this important work of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, many children will benefit from your generosity and caring support.
CHANGE OF PASTOR
As was announced two weeks ago, Fr. Andrew, our pastor, has been reassigned. He will become superior of the Holy Cross Retirement Home for Priests in Welland, Ontario. Believe it or not he has been pastor at Holy Name now for 10 years. Fr. Jinto, whom many of you know, will become the new pastor of our parish. This move will take effect at some point over the early summer. The exact date will be announced as soon as it is determined. It is with sadness that we see him leave but we wish Fr. Andrew well in his new ministry to priests.