May 11, 2014 - All Saints Parish

MAY 11, 2014
4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
MASS INTENTIONS
MAY 12 - 18, 2014
8.00 am Monday:
Jose & Filomena Sibal
7.00 pm Tuesday:
Arabella Santos
8.00 am Wednesday: Marjorie Prades
8.00 am Thursday:
Anne Curry
9.00 am Friday:
Joe and Doris Casapinta
9.00 am Saturday:
Jaquin
5.00 pm Saturday:
Alex Mockford
9.00 am Sunday:
Raphael Fernandez
10.45 am Sunday:
All Saints Parish
12:30 pm Sunday:
Jack & Amy Pennington
LAST SUNDAY’S OFFERINGS
LOOSE COLLECTIONS
$ 6,837.00
$ 1,308.00
ANNUAL RETREAT FOR DIOCESAN PRIESTS Fr. Thomas will
be attending from May 19—23. Information for Mass in neighbouring
parishes will be published in the next bulletin.
PRO LIFE REMINDER PRO LIFE and PREGNANCY CONCERNS
are asking for your support for our 2014 campaign " OPERATION BABY BOTTLE ". Families can help pregnancy concerns simply by generously putting your donations in a baby bottle between Mother's Day
and Father's Day - showing God's love to those facing an unplanned
pregnancy and caring for children. Baby bottles will be available in the
vestibule for pick-up after all Masses next weekend (May 10-11). Return on Father's Day weekend (June 14-15). Thank you for sharing!
NEW PARISHIONERS are welcome. Please complete a yellow registration form, available in the church vestibule.
SANDWICH MAKING for Sisters of Charity on Mon, May 12, in the
School gym after the 8:00 am Mass. New volunteers always welcome.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL meeting in the Parish Ctr after the sandwich
making.
TWO POPES, TWO SAINTS!
SAINTS! Thank you for attending the Canonization Celebration. Special thanks to those who submitted photos to us. Be
sure to visit rcav.org/two-popes for post-event content. If you would
like to share your photos, please email us at [email protected]
SOLVING LIFE'S PROBLEMS
PROBLEMS
There was once a man who spent
days putting together a jigsaw puzzle
that contained 5,000 pieces. After working on the puzzle every night for two
months, he finally got the entire puzzle
together, except for one piece. It turned
out that the box containing the puzzle
had only 4,999 pieces. There was one
crucial piece missing! And because it
was missing, his puzzle was never complete.
Have you ever felt as though
there was one crucial piece that is missing from your life? Have you ever felt as though the problems
of this life are too much to bear? Have you ever felt lost and
didn't know which way to turn? If so, Jesus invites you this day
to join His flock and to follow Him. He tells us today that He is
the answer, He is the solution, and He is the missing piece that
will make your life complete.
PARENTS/SENIORS TEA All parents and seniors are invited to enjoy some goodies and fine entertainment. This will be
held on Tue, May 13, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in the Parish Centre. Please call the school office at 604-931-9071 to let us
know if you are able to come.
READY, SET, LEARN All parents and pre-schoolers (3 and 4
year olds) are invited to attend this early literacy program to be
held on Wed, May 28, from 10:30 to 11:30 am in the Music
Room. If children are in pre-school on this morning, their parents are welcome. Activities will be held for those preschoolers who need child care. Please call the office at 604-931
-9071 to register. The program is free.
BE PART OF PLANNING THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH
Roman Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Vancouver
(RCCAV) is inviting participation in a survey (approx. 15
minutes). Catholic Cemeteries is developing a long-term strategic plan for its services to Catholics in the Metro Vancouver
and Fraser Valley region. Opinion research is being conducted
to understand end-of-life planning needs among Roman Catholics, 45 years of age or over. Research managed by an independent research firm, the Mustel Group. Responses will only
be used in the aggregate with other responders and your responses remain anonymous. If you have any questions or experience any technical difficulties using this survey, please email
[email protected] By participating and clicking on the
survey link below, RCCAV acknowledges your permission to
opt in to this survey and future communications related to cemetery topics. http://surveys.givingopinions.ca/s/b580i/
PARISH EDUCATION COMMITTEE (PEC) NOMINATIONS Nomination forms are due to the school or parish office before Thu, May 15, at 2:30 pm. To be eligible to serve on
the PEC, one must be a registered, practicing member of All
Saints Parish and at least 21 years of age. Forms may be picked
up at the parish or school office or downloaded from the school
website. Elections will be held on the weekend of May 24/25.
ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC SINGLES Dinner-dance on Sat,
May 24, at Sunrise Community Hall, 1950 Windermere St.,
Vancouver (3rd & Windermere) Doors open 6.00 pm Tickets
at door. Guests $35 Info: Shannon 604-943-1153
FAREWELL FOR FR. SAJU
SAJU KARIMBANIYIL, HGN Fr.
Saju will be returning to India on May 31. All Saints parishioners are invited to a Farewell Potluck Reception on Sat, May 24,
6.30 pm at Immaculate Conception school gymnasium, 8842—
119th Street, Delta. For more info call 604-591-2271.
MAY 11, 2014
4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
Wendy Elliott, Louis Buskey, Irene Baumann,
Clarence Stephenson, Will Banman, Leda Montiel, Eric Quiamco, Shirley Remedios, Ron Peterson, Frank Gismondi, Antonio Da Costa, Anna Lim; Gavina Quijano, Frank & Maria Cirko, Rita Azana,
Norma Castilho, Mariette Sund, Jack & Patricia Penk, Matthew Pramana, Robert Johnstone Sr, Tena Colton, Olivera
Lambeta, Bugette Zecca, John Rizzo, Bob Reiter, Ken
Purves, Peter Muc, Miklos Ignacz, Chris Yuan, Sophie Morson, Arnie DeLeon, Michael Coss, Inamen Northcoff, Margerita & Hubert Hamilton
ALL SAINTS PRESCHOOL Is looking for an ECE qualified person for 5 days a week starting September. Please drop
off resume at the preschool or parish office.
SEUSSICAL! Archbishop Carney Secondary
(ACRSS) proudly presents the family friendly
musical Seussical! at the Terry Fox Theatre in
Port Coquitlam. Seussical! weaves together
Dr. Seuss' most famous tales and characters as
the show follows the adventures of Horton, an elephant who
one day hears voices coming from a speck of dust. He soon
discovers that within this tiny speck exists the smallest planet
in the universe! On this tiny planet lives a tiny race of creatures known as Whos. Although ridiculed by the other animals in the Jungle of Nool for believing in something he cannot see, Horton stubbornly persists in his belief that the Whos
exist. Traveling everywhere from the Jungle of Nool to McEligott’s Pool, some of the characters fall in love, some have
desperate adventures and some even save the world. The
show runs from Wed, May 21 to Sat, May 24 @ 7:00 pm.
Tickets are $15.00 and Thursday to Saturday is reserved seating. For more info, please contact [email protected] or call
604-942-7465.
CATHOLIC FORUM: ENVIRONMENTAL
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
FOR CATHOLICS What is “Environmental Justice”? As
Catholics how are we called to be engaged in the care of
God’s creation? Come find out and bring a friend! Presentation by John Gabor, who has been involved in international
development and social justice for more than 30 years, and is
currently regional animator for Development and Peace. Tue,
Jun 3, St. Mary's Church, Vancouver, 7.00 pm. Event is free;
donations appreciated. For more information visit
www.dominicanlaity.ca/forum or contact Cathy Neugebauer
at 604-874-8037 or [email protected]
DEFINITION OF A MOM A teacher
had just presented a lesson on magnetic
force. Then she quizzed her students.
"My name starts with M, I have six letters
and I pick up things. What am I?" To her
amazement, the children answered:
"Mother!"
SEVEN KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
COLUMBUS COUNCILS BURSARY Two $500 bursary will be given to a male & female
graduating student of Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary
School. Deadline for application has been extended to May
18. For application, please contact Mr. David Santos of Archbishop Carney Regional Sec. School.
ALL SAINTS PARISH OUTREACH
Our volunteers need you to fill their mission:
To visit, transport you or run your errands.
Please call Helen 604-468-8411 or Susan 604-931-3135
STEWARDSHIP REFLECTION
In today’s Gospel Jesus says, “I came that you may have life and have it
abundantly.” The only authentic path to a life which is lived to the full is
the path of discipleship. Stewardship is a response to our discipleship,
which is lived out in our relationship with the Risen Lord. Good stewards
experience an abundant life that is free of the anxiety of always wanting
more. It is a life spent not in the relentless and empty pursuit of more and
more stuff, but in possessing sensibly and sharing generously. This is the
abundant life of the disciple and Christian steward.
For more information, please refer to www.rcav.org/stewardship
or contact [email protected]
ADORATION CHAPEL Everyone is welcome to “come”
and “spend time with the Lord”. More committed Adorers
are needed—only one hour per week. Please contact any of
the Team Captains: Francesca 604-552-0068, Tessie 604777-7138, Marilyn 604-931-1555, or Norma 604-944-8311.
HEALING YOUR GRIEVING
GRIEVING HEART A special evening for the bereaved and their families with Dr. Alan Wolfelt, PhD, CT for a public talk
on “Healing Your Grieving Heart: Exploring Practical Touchstones for
Caring for Yourself” at the Unitarian Church at 49th and Oak, Vancouver
on Tue, May 20, from 7 – 9 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm). Free with Registration by calling 604-736-0268 or online at www.kearneyfs.com.
Sponsored by Kearney Funeral Services and McKenzie Funeral Services.
EXPLORING THE VALUE AND FUNCTION OF GRIEF SYMPTOMS A full day Professional Bereavement Support Caregivers with Dr.
Alan Wolfelt, PhD, CT for a Workshop on “Exploring the Value and
Function of Grief Symptoms: The ‘Companioning’ Helping Role”.
Wed, May 21, from 9 am – 3:30 pm. (Check in at 8:30 am; Refreshments,
Lunch and Handouts included). Registration fee - $ 195.00. University
Golf Club 5185 University Blvd., Vancouver. Deadline for Registration
May 16. For Registration and Info, call 604-736-0268 or email
[email protected] or online at www.kearneyfs.com. Hosted by Kearney
Funeral Services and McKenzie Funeral Services.
CRESTWELL SUMMER LEADERSHIP
LEADERSHIP CAMP Grades 6-12 girls
are invited to participate in the annual Crestwell Leadership Camp. This
year’s theme is Brave: Brave to be you. Brave to share you. Brave to
lead. The Crestwell Leadership Camp provides girls with a fun opportunity to discover and enhance their individual potential, building them as
leaders who will share their gifts and leave a lasting impact on their
friends, families, classmates, and society. The camp will be held at Camp
Charis in Chilliwack from August 9-14. The camp will include interactive
workshops, team building activities, individual mentoring and spiritual
activities. For questions & further information contact Anastasia Pearse:
604-365-3484 / [email protected] You can also visit our website at www.crestwellleadershipcamp.com
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSARIES BC and Yukon Knights of
Columbus have thirty $500.00 post-secondary bursaries available. For
application form: http://kofcbc.org/files/2013/08/Bursary-Terms-ofReference-2014.pdf. Deadline is June 30, 2014.
CWL BURSARIES Two
$100.00 bursaries will be
awarded by All Saints Parish CWL to Grade 12 students planning
to enrol in a first year program of an
approved post-secondary educational
institute. The applicant must be a
daughter/son/ grandchild of a member
of the All Saints Parish CWL. Application forms are available at the CWL box
at the back of the church. Deadline for
Applications June 8,2014.
MAY 11, 2014
4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
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Early Learner Programs for
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Piano and Theory Lessons
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