“Unplanned” Movie now in Canada will be shown at Cine Starz in Mississauga (corner of Central Parkway & Burnhamthorpe) from July 12th -18th. is cancelled effective July 8. HAPPY CANADA DAY!

SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME


Reflection from the desk of the Pastor
 Today’s gospel introduces us to two women: Martha, the perfect host and Mary, the perfect disciple. They are both eager to serve Jesus but they go about it in different ways. What we must remember is “Action and Contemplation” are not viewed as one of opposition but of complimentary. As much as we are drawn to the danger of much activity, we work and work as if there is no tomorrow. We are so involved in our apostolic activity, outreach program and looking for money but we miss giving attention to enlivening our relationship with God, family and friends and listening to them. If we have given so much time to work, we need also in the same manner, a time for prayer, meditation, reading the scripture and the Eucharist. Jesus does not need people who work for him. He needs people who do His work.

FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME



“Unplanned” Movie now in Canada
 Unplanned Movie Trailer

"The Unplanned movie is taking the world by storm, much to the ire of Hollywood and the abortion industry. Now YOU, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR FRIENDS finally have a chance to see it here in Canada to support our Right to Life Campaign. Unplanned movie will be shown at Cine Starz in Mississauga (corner of Central Parkway & Burnhamthorpe) from July 12th -18th.
Admission is from  14 yrs. and above (or within the discretion of parents).  Please refer to the theatre website or our church bulletin board posters for details.  Other theatre venues within the GTA are also posted. You can also visit: Unplannedfilm.com/canada for more details." Weekend show tickets are available at the Office.

FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME



Reflection from the desk of the Pastor

In today’s Gospel, Jesus is hiring men to become His disciples and prospective missionaries of His Word. Jesus tells them, “Come and follow me,” so that you will be persecuted, so that you will be tried in court; so that you will be live simply and walk humbly, so that you will have difficult life. If you are lucky, you will be killed too and you will work for me not only eight hours a day but twenty four hours a day.

When we apply for a job to Jesus Christ, we do not say, “I am the best so hire me,” but rather we say: “I am the worst. Make something good out of me.”  That is why, very few of us apply for a job with Christ as missionaries of His Word because we experience not pleasure but pressure and could say: “We are the best” but rather we say, “We are the worst of all.”  Dear friends let us help in bringing people to the kingdom by being known as Christians before anything else.