Bulletin, Sunday, July 5, 2015

Mass in a Moment

By Margaret Bick


Communion Pt. 1


The communion rite is a moment of boundless joy.  Indeed, how can we keep from singing?  Our song expresses our unity of spirit by the unity of our voices.  It gives evidence of our joy.  And singing makes the procession to communion truly an act of community rather than a line-up of private individuals.

 At communion time our participation is at its greatest:

        We sing our way to the table.

        We say our ‘Amen” and eat the Body of the Lord.

        We say our ‘Amen” again and drink his sacred Blood.

        We sing our way back to our place and we keep singing until all have shared in the feast.

 Then we all share in the silent communal prayer that follows.  Indeed, happy are we who are called to the Lord’s Supper!




Rosary at 11:50 a.m.


Tues. July 7th: ferial

12:05 pm:  Adolf Winkler +

Genesis 28.10-22a, Ps 91.1-2, 3-4, 14-15ab, Matthew 9.18-26


Wed. July 8th: ferial

12:05 pm: Ann Collins +

Genesis 41.55-57; 42.5-7a, 17-24, Ps. 33.2-3, 10-11, 18-19, Matthew 10.1-7


Thurs. July 9th: ferial

12:05 pm:

Genesis 44.18-21, 23b-29; 45.1-5, Ps. 105.16-17, 18-19, 20-21, Matthew 10.7-15


Fri. July 10th: ferial

12:05 pm:

 Genesis 46.1-7, 28-30, Ps. 37.3-4, 18-19, 27-28, 39-40, Matthew 10.16-23


         Sat. July 11th: St. Benedict

 5:15 pm:  Eva Luber +

Genesis 49.29-31, 33; 50.15-26++, Ps. 105.1-2, 3-4, 6-7, Matthew 10.24-33


 Readings for Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday, July 12th, 2015


 1st Reading:  Amos 7.12-15

Responsorial Psalm: Ps. 85.8ab+9, 10-11, 12-13

2nd Reading: Ephesians 1.3-14

Gospel: Mark 6.7-13


Eucharistic Ministers and Ministers of the Word



For next weekend –

July 11 & 12

Eucharistic Ministers

5:15 pm – Steven Hozjan, Joan Howard

10:00 am –  Romeo Lopez, Anne Marie Cassin, Earl Totten, Megan Jeffrey


5:15 pm – Joyce Whelton, Sheila Spencer

10:00 am –  Antonio Mongillo, David Royle, Kaz  Flinn


Please pray for all who are ill, especially

Donna MacIntosh, Mae Bradley, Deacon Hugh Taylor, Sophia Karapita, Heather Tobias, Carmela Morra, Maria Soares, Laura MacDonald, Patricia Cull and Maria Jose Bouey.



To all parishioners who made it possible for me to be here at Holy Name for the last 10 years.  Thank you for your gifts and expressions of warmth given at the Mass and the overwhelming farewell reception last Sunday.  I feel I don’t deserve it but I know I am proceeding to a new ministry with the support of your blessing and prayers.  It is true the parish is very much alive and with the new pastor Fr. Jinto I am certain that you will accept him as you have me and continue together to accomplish what the Lord wishes for Holy Name Parish.  May God bless you and keep your families in close to His heart.  Amen.


Fr. Andrew



Please pick up a baptismal package from

an usher at the entrance of the church or

at the parish office.


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 17th and November 21st at 2 p.m.


Parish Membership

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.