Twenty Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Parent and Child Pray and Play!

This new weekly parent-led program offers a mid-week fuel up for parents and their young children. Join us for fellowship at Neumann Hall, 131 McCaul Street following the Wednesday 9:30 AM Novena Mass (approx., 10:15 AM – 11:30 AM).  Connect with other families as we come together to grow in our faith.  Programming includes prayer, informal conversation and of course play time for the children. Please bring a toy with you to share.   Snacks are provided. Registration is not required. Invite your friends.

World Mission Sunday

Today, World Mission Sunday, with Catholics throughout the world, we are called to offer our prayers and generous financial support, through the Propagation of the Faith, for the worldwide mission of Jesus. Your gift on World Mission Sunday helps…

  • People in remote villages, towns and cities through the witness and work of missionaries and local priests.
  • Children, the elderly, refugees, the sick, and the orphans through the service of Religious Sisters and Brothers.
  • To bring the Gospel to the poorest of our human family.
  • Catechists proclaim the message of hope and peace that only Christ can give.Please offer prayer for the work of the Church in the Missions today – Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands and Latin America. And be as generous as you can today, World Mission Sunday. Please pick up an envelope at the back of the church.

Please offer prayer for the work of the Church in the Missions today – Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands and Latin America. And be as generous as you can today, World Mission Sunday. Please pick up an envelope at the back of the church.

Mom’s Night Out

Friday October 24, 2014 7pm – 9pm

St. Patrick’s is pleased to offer an evening out for moms! Take a break from your busy schedule to enjoy good food and great conversation. Hear from speakers who are passionate about faith and motherhood and connect with other moms in the conversation.   Location: Neumann Hall, 131 McCaul Street, 7pm-9pm to RSVP or to be added to the family ministry mailing list for future events, contact familyministry@stpatrickstoronto.ca with the subject line, “Mom’s Night Out”

St. Joseph’s College School

The Administration and staff of St. Joseph’s College School cordially invites Grade 8 female students and their parents/guardians to the information Evening and Open House to be held on Wednesday October 29th at 7:00pm. St. Joseph’s College School 74 Wellesley Street West.

Holocaust Education Week

“Kindertransport”

A short BBC Documentary film Commemorating and Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Kindertransport. The German word “Kindertransport” translated literally into English means the transportation of children. It is how Jewish parents, in desperation, tried to get their children out of growing Nazi territory. Following the destruction wrought during the Kristallnacht on November 9th and 10th 1938. The British Parliament granted sanctuary to some of the youngest victims of Nazi oppression. The event is open to the public on Wednesday October 29th 7:00pm – 9:00pm. At Scarboro Missions 2685 Kingston Rd, Scarborough (Kingston/Brimley). Admission is free and no registration is required.

Shrine of Our Lady of Grace Marylake

The Shrine of Our Lady of Grace Marylake is hosting their 50th Anniversary Gala. Be part of a new beginning. Celebrate the spiritual heritage of the Augustinian Community at Marylake and hear about their glorious plans for the future, such as the stunning new 20-acre Rosary Path. Entertainment and Live Auction. The Gala is held at Bellvue Manor 8083 Jane St. Vaughan. Friday November 14th, 2014 6:30pm Reception, 7:30pm Dinner. Business/Formal Attire. Tickets $125 per person. For more information call 905-833-5368 or email: www.augustinians.ca Hosted by The Augustinian Community at Marylake.

“Out of the Cold” begins soon!

“Out of the Cold” will begin Sunday Nov 16th and operate every Sunday evening until March 2015. Out of the Cold is an opportunity for St. Patrick’s community to welcome our brothers and sisters who call the streets their home for Sunday dinner, a warm place to share in fellowship, and for some, a warm place to sleep. We typically welcome up to 350 people for dinner and house 80 people for overnight. Support for our program is entirely through the generosity of donors that help to make our program one of welcome and compassion. One evening costs $1500.

Financial contributions to the program can be made to “St. Patrick’s Church – Out of the Cold Program.” You can use the envelopes provided at the back of the Church.

The Mandatory Volunteer Session for new and returning volunteers will take place on Sunday October 26th in the Parish Hall at 3:00 PM. For more information about volunteering, contact Julia Peleyni, the Volunteer Coordinator at julia.pelenyiootc@yahoo.com.

Young Adult Coffee House!

Keep Sunday November 9th free (following the 5 PM Mass) for a Coffee House for our Young Adults (18-35 years). Share your talent (music, story, poetry), while getting to know other young adults from the Parish. Great food and beverages available. Let us know if you would like to perform, by contacting us at ignite@stpatrickstoronto.ca

Santa Claus Parade “After Party”

Sunday November 16, 2014 after the parade around 2:00pm – 4:30pm

Santa Claus is coming to town!!! Are you going to see him?

Why not come over to St. Patrick’s after the parade and warm up with Hot Chocolate, snacks and have some fun with Face Painting, Cookie Decorating, Christmas Crafts, Movies and Songs and more!

This is a wonderful opportunity for families to gather after the Parade which passes right near St. Patrick’s along University Avenue.

Invite your friends and family!

Let us know that you plan to attend!

familyministry@stpatrickstoronto.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

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