Live Streaming From St. Paul

Due to church services being cancelled, live streaming from St. Paul with Bishop Paul Terrio is taking place online.  See below for the instructions to watch the live stream – or click on the link on the home page of our website.  Here are the Easter services from that streaming channel:

From Bishop Paul Terrio’s Chapel
LIVE-STREAMING SCHEDULE
You tube – Diocese of St. Paul, Alberta
Friday, March 27 @ 7 pm – Way of the Cross
Sunday, March 29 @ 11 a.m. – 5
th Sunday of Lent
Sunday, April 5 @ 11 a.m. – Palm Sunday
Thursday, April 9 @ 8 p.m. – Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Friday, April 10 @ 3 p.m. – Good Friday: Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
@ 7 p.m. – Way of the Cross
Sunday, April 12 @ 11 a.m. – Easter Sunday: Resurrection of the Lord
Please contact your parish for times when the local church is open for private
prayer and adoration.

Links to access live-streamed Mass on YOUTUBE

Live Streaming – Lent-Triduum-Easter 2020

Upcoming Baptism Course – May 4, 2020

Next course schedule on May 4,
Monday at 7pm. If you wish to have your child baptized
in the Catholic Faith you must first attend a baptism
preparation course. Please note Baptism course offered
only in January, May and September.

Meals On Wheels Volunteers Needed

Become a volunteer on MEALS ON WHEELS
Marie Menshik is our coordinator for Meals on Wheels, a program
that delivers meals to individuals at home who are unable to
purchase or prepare their own meals. Meals on Wheels programs
are experiencing a shortage of volunteers, which are a vital
resource for program delivery. Being a Meals on Wheels
volunteer—especially a driver—is a great way to give back to your
community where support is needed most. Please contact Marie
@674-3094 for details. Thank you!

New Music Ministry Members Wanted!

The Music Ministry is in need of members so we can
continue to have music at both weekend masses.
Currently our membership is low and at times there
may not be anyone available to provide music on either
a Saturday or Sunday. If this occurs, the mass parts and
hymns will be sung without music. We will have a list of
suggested hymns available for any parishioner to
choose an opening, communion, and closing hymn the
congregation is familiar with.
We are looking for new members who will join an
existing team, form a new team, or even play only the
hymns with no Leader of Song. If you are able to help
with music in any way, please contact Brenda Dahlseide
780-674-4663. We welcome any help or suggestions.
God’s blessings!

Formed Website Access

A big Thank you ….to Knights of Columbus for their kind gesture of financing our subscription to the FORMED. It is greatly appreciated by the all the Parishioners.

How to access FORMED: A. To register new: Type – stannesbarrhead.formed.org and then click “register now” and follow the instructions. B: For those who have already registered: Type – stannesbarrhead.formed.org enter your registered email id and password

Retrouvaille – Help for Struggling Marriages

Dear Pastors, Priests, Admin. Staff, Bulletin/Newsletter editors,

Please help couples find hope for their marriage by inserting the following announcement in your bulletins/newsletters/email lists. This program helped us save our marriage and has saved thousands of marriages all over the world. God bless you in your parishes and ministries.

With gratitude and prayers,
Brian and Monica Kryska
Edmonton Retrouvaille

Retrouvaille – Help for Struggling Marriages

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Next Edmonton Retrouvaille Program starts March 15-17, 2019

Permanent Diaconate

The diocese of St. Paul invites application from candidates aspiring to be permanent deacons.
Deacons are ordained servants of the Church. They are mature
men who have been called by Christ, to serve Him and the Church.
They do this through participating in a threefold ministry of the
liturgy, the word and charity. “Jesus himself was the first deacon,
the servant who modeled the essential link between worship and
service which is the foundation of the diaconate.” (#1 National
Directory for the Ministry, Formation and Life of Permanent
Deacons in Canada, 2017, p. 16)
Permanent deacons are either Single Men or Married Men. Single
men may begin formation at 25 years of age, however, they must
take a vow of celibacy. Married men should be at least 35 years of
age, be living a mature spiritual life and have been married for
several years. He must have the consent of his wife and children.
Their family should be leading a Christian life and enjoy a good
reputation. A married deacon may not remarry even if widowed.
For more details, take the information sheet available at the church
entrances

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Adoration on Fridays

Every person is welcome and is encouraged to
come and visit the exposed Blessed Sacrament any time
during Friday.