Saturday, December 4, 2021


DEC 05 Second Sunday of Advent
DEC 05 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am in-person
DEC 05 112th Parish Anniversary
DEC 06 Day of Action on Violence Against Women
DEC 07 Saint Ambrose of Milano
DEC 07 Xerox Meeting @ 9:00 pm TBC
DEC 07 Media Team meeting @ 4:00 pm 
DEC 09 Prophets of the Old Testament
DEC 09 Italian Mass @ 10 am, St. Mary Magdalene
DEC 09 Corporation Meeting @ 4 pm
DEC 10 Human Right's Day
DEC 11 Christmas Decoration from 9:00 am to noon. 
DEC 12 Third Sunday of Advent
DEC 12 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am in-person
DEC 12 Lessons & Carols @ 10:30 am
DEC 14 Pastoral Counselling @ 4:00 pm
DEC 16 Italian Mass @ 10 am, St. Mary Magdalene
DEC 16 Trans-Esteban Group @ 7 pm
DEC 19 Fourth Sunday of Advent
DEC 19 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am in-person
DEC 23 Portuguese Mass @ 10 am, St. Mary Magdalene
DEC 24 Christmas Eve Service @ 5:00 pm
DEC 26 First Sunday after Christmas
DEC 26 Sunday Service @ 10:30 am in-person


For those who are travelling:
For those who are sick:  All people with Covid-19. We pray for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Amandine Herbert, Keith Nunn, Gonzalo Infante, Marco Mulas, Myriam York, Abdam, Nirma & Alexandra Rey, Jahel Quintana, Eduadro Villalobos, Xavier Romero, Delia Estrada, Fernando Urrutia, Howard Kerr, Justin Bailey, Arnold Grogg, Angus McPherson, Don Glover, Leonard Thomas, Sandy Curry, Claude Sisler, Beth Baskin, Ken Bailey, Anne Farrugia, Roger Tai, Ken Fraser, Leonardo Segovia, Nick & Tim Shields, Veronica Payne, Roy Williams, Kyle Willis, Mark Richardson, Shirley Buckley, Paula & Gregory Lunn & Kay Karbownik.
Let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy
For those who are in need:  For the First Nations communities. For the Climate Change Summit COP26 in Glasgow. For those who are suffering of famine in Madagascar. For Patrick Boak, Oleana Liechinsky, Family Shields, Margaret Phillips & Margaret Lyons. For the  sick people with Covid-19 around the world. For the people of Haiti, Madagascar, Burma, India, Gaza (Palestine-Israel). For victims of natural disasters. For the migrants, asylum seekers and refugee people. We pray for the vulnerable population and for Christian communities around the world. We pray for the Canadian Forces abroad, and we pray for those who are suffering or in captivity due their faith, gender, sexual orientation, race, language or ideology.
Let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy
For those who have passed on: For all beloved from our congregation, family members, relatives and friends of St.Paul's:  For all the people who passed on with Covid-19. For Canon Joyce Barnett, Matias Prieto, Lorna Rickemberg, Cristina Mendez, Ewan Cassidy, Camilo Celis, Mateo Ospina, Ricardo Vera, Lynn Furman & Tamara Mikhailova. We pray for all the victims of natural disasters in BC and around the world. We pray for all refugees killed by the religious or political fanaticism, and we pray for those innocent victims killed in conflict among nations, terrorism and organized crime.
Let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy
Our Thanksgiving prayer for: For the birthday of this week: Everett Schwartz, David Borsa and our Parish, 112th anniversary. 
Let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy
For organizations and people protecting animals,
forests and other naturals resources.
For more education on environment,
especially the negative impact from industries.
For more policies to protect endangered species
such whales, turtles and polar bears.
To stop hunting camps and safaris.
For more UN's restrictions over Japan, Norway
& Iceland's whale hunting.
For more campaigns to stop the fur industry.
For the increase of bees and monarch butterfly
population around the world.
For Jane Goodall, activist and advocate for animal world
For Anita Krajnc, activist of Toronto Pig Save.
For the pets of our community,
Animals dying at Venezuelan's zoos.
For the animals victims & injured from Amazon wildfires,
Simba (Palacios), dog, RIP
Pepe Le Pew (Kerr), car, RIP
Afra (Yanez) dog, sick,
Flaki (Saavedra) dog, RIP
Wiarton Willie (grandhog), RIP
Let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

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