Archives - PDF files
- Easter featuring
RCIA candidates and school art
- Christmas featuring
St. Francis class projects in Advent, Sacred Heart School assembly.
- Fall featuring
teachers & staff from Sacred Heart and St. Francis Schools,
and a profile of Saturday morning English classes for parishioners
new to Canada
- June - featuring Lay Ministry Formation
Stewardship is responsible for helping the parish community embrace
a stewardship way of life: receiving, nurturing, sharing, and returning
Gods gifts of time, talent, and treasure.
Our gifts are all different, all special and all contribute to the
life of our church. For many of us, an important part of the process
is to discern what our special gifts might be.
The first principle of stewardship is spirituality. Any efforts
to help parishioners to increase prayer, reflection, Mass attendance,
reconciliation, and awareness of Catholic teachings is encouraged.
Committee Representative(s) are to be elected during the odd
helps fulfill the main concern of Parish Council which is to set
policies and goals to foster the spiritual and social development
Stewardship works closely with the pastor to plan and implement.
the monthly Parish Pastoral council meetings (third Tuesday, 7:30
pm, Sept. to June). Monthly information reports (written) about
activities are shared with Parish Pastoral Council. They also participate
in other Parish Pastoral Council events or activities as required.
- initiate discussion and projects to meet the goals of Stewardship.
Oct. 5, 2014