Please note that the Parish Office will be closed on Monday, October 12th for Thanksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving Day Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 AM in the Centre chapel.
Come and Go Forth
“Those who follow Christ cannot fail to be missionaries, for they know that Jesus walks with them, speaks to them, breathes with them, and is alive with them in the midst of the missionary enterprise”(Evangelii Gaudium,266)
The Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood invite interested young adult women to their MISSION SUNDAY RETREAT DAY on October 18th at 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
(Eucharistic celebration, Lunch, Input, Reflection and prayer)
St. Bernard’s Convent; 685 Finch Ave. West, North York.
Contact: Sr. M. Luise or Sr. Gabriel Mary at 416-630-3298 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bulletin for week of October 4, 2015
As a part of the Family of Faith Campaign now taking part in the Archdiocese of Toronto, money has been set aside to help poorer parishes hire a youth minister. Our own parish has received a subsidy from the Archdiocese to hire a youth minister who can animate activities for young people in our parish. This subsidy has made possible the hiring of a long-time parishioner Ms. Alessya D’Anna as a part-time youth and young adults minister. Alessya has worked for many years as the receptionist in the Paulist Centre. She knows the parish well and has many ideas for different ways of inviting young people in the parish to feel welcome and to be a part of our community. In the coming year she will bring us many exciting projects. If you think there are ideas you would like to share with her please do so by calling the office and leaving her a message. She will soon have a parish e-mail address at which you may contact her directly. Stay tuned!!!!
The Good Shepherd Mission in Toronto looks after many of the city’s homeless and helps them find a warm meal all year round. Each year they rely on the generosity of Torontonians who are able to donate food to make their mission possible. This year the parish will be sponsoring a Thanksgiving Food Drive to support the Good Shepherd Mission. Please consider donating canned tuna, canned meat, canned fruit or vegetables, canned soups and stews, peanut butter, jam, cereal teabags, instant coffee, cookies, rice, and crackers. PLEASE NO FRESH FRUIT OR VEGETABLES OR FROZEN FOOD. Some parishes decorate their sanctuaries with flowers on the Thanksgiving weekend. Let us decorate ours with food to be offered to those in need!
Portuguese group is requesting for extra volunteers to help set-up, clean-up and generally help the Portuguese Table for this year’s Fall Fair. For those who can also donate food can bring it directly to the Fall Fair Portuguese table. Thank you!
Baked Goods for the Fall Fair
We need baked goods for this year’s Fall Fair. For those who can donate baked goods please bring them directly to the Fall Fair baked table. Thank you in advance for your contribution.
Bulletin for week of September 27, 2015
Our professional counselling staff is trained to offer Walk-In services to clients who have an urgent need to speak with a counsellor. The single-session consultation is aimed at helping clients identify and hone-in on plans that will provide them with help for their presenting concern. Clients who are interested in accessing services can:
(1) choose to call one of our branches at 416-921-1163 (Central) or 416-222-0048 (North) and book a single-session appointment, OR
(2) drop-in at our North Office on Thursdays between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For additional information on the range of services we offer, please visit our website at: http://www.cfstoronto.com/
St. Peter’s Fall Fair is our annual get together and fund-raising event.
It’s part flea market, part hidden treasure hunt, and a BIG part food festival! We are a multicultural parish and the foods on offer come from our amazing Italian, Portuguese, Filipino, Korean, and German parishioners… heck the whole world is on offer!
We are always open to donation, but please no junk. This is our big fundraiser for the year, and it costs us money to throw out leftover stuff. Think of the nice things you don’t need any longer and consider donating them to the St. Peter’s Fall Fair.
And we always need volunteers to handle everything from the bake sale to running the cash.
Fall Fair Schedule:
Saturday, October 3 – 12 Noon – 7 PM
Sunday, October 4 – 10 AM – 8 PM