Saturday, March 2nd - 5:00 pm...Late David Miller
Sunday, March 3rd - 11:00 a.m...For all our parishioners
Sunday, March 3rd 5:00 pm...LateJoan MacDonald
Monday, March 4th - 9:30 am...Late Susan Bernadette Horrigan
Tuesday, March 5th - 9:30 am...Late Michael MacDonald
Wednesday March 6th - 9:30 a.m...Late Louis & Elizabeth White;
Late Jessie Tierney
Thursday, March 7th - 9:30 a.m...Late Dorothy Specker
Friday, March 8th - 9:30 a.m...Late Gerry LeDrew;
Saturday, March 9th - 5:00 pm...Late Randy HarnumHOLY
HOLY FATHERS’ INTENTIONS FOR March:
For the new martyrs - We pray that those who risk their lives for the Gospel in various parts of the world inflame the Church with their courage and missionary.
All Hallows will celebrate Mass on Tuesdays at 7:00 pm.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS:
All Hallows - Thursday at 7:00 pm
Cathedral - Friday at 6:30 pm followed by a Holy Hour of adoration at 7:00 pm
SACRAMENT OF CONFESSION DURING LENT:
In addition to the Lenten Penitential Service at Sacred Heart on Thursday, March 21st at 7:00 pm and the regular time for confessions from 1:00 to 2:00 pm each Saturday at the Cathedral, the Bishop will be available to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation at All Hallows parish on Monday, March 11th & March 25th from 7:00 -8:00 pm.
Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bernie Basha, brother of Lillian George who died this week. Let us remember him at prayer.
YOUR FEED BACK IS IMPORTANT:
The Holy Redeemer Parish Pastoral Council is looking for feedback on the possibility of changing the Sunday Mass evening time from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. This suggestion was brought forward at the parish council meeting on February 20th for consideration to accommodate
parishioners who work until 5:00 pm on weekends. Please let us know your thoughts by contacting the parish office at 709-634-5161 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
LENT AND LETTING GO:
Let go of bitterness
Let go of jealousy
Let fo of anger and hate
Let go of Pride
Let go of lust
Let go of sins
If you wish to donate for Easter Flowers for the Altar in memory of a loved one, you can put your donation in an envelope with the name of your loved one and include your name also and you can drop it into the collection or you can drop by the Parish Office.
ARCHBISHOP HOWLEY COUNCIL #2581, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS,
Will be holding a series of faith development gatherings
FATHERS’ INTENTIONS FOR February:
For the terminally ill We pray that those with a terminal illness, and their families, receive the necessary physical and spiritual care during Lent 2024. These will take place on designated Saturdays at 10:00 am at the lower level of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Redeemer. This is for all Knights and men of our neighbouring parishes from Deer Lake to Benoit’s Cove. Come along and share our Faith, coffee and doughnuts. Our gatherings during Lent will be
Saturday, March 2nd, 16th and 23rd.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ARCHBISHOP HOWLEY COUCIL 2581:
Will meet at All Hallows Parish on Tuesday, March 5th at 7:45 p.m.
Could Brother Knights please try to attend.
BAPTISMAL PREPARATION SESSION:
Is March 7th at 7:00 pm lower level of the Cathedral. The session is for parents and God-parents. Call 634-5161 to register.
DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE:
Nigeria is Africa's largest economy and biggest oil producer. Despite oil exports worth billions of dollars, millions of Nigerians remain in poverty and face food insecurity. In the south, pollution and contamination by the oil industry are causing great hardship. Development and Peace Caritas Canada's partner Health of Mother
Earth Foundation (HOMEF) defends farmers rights and helps protect their lands. To learn more about the work of HOMEF, read our mini-magazine and watch the video at devp.org/lent Prayer of the Faithful: For farmers who devote themselves to tilling the land to feed humanity, that they may receive the just and equitable
remuneration they need to live adequately and continue their work, we pray to the Lord
March 10th 11:00 am Mass - please join me after Mass for a soup luncheon in the lower level of the Cathedral. If you have any questions please contact Patricia Walsh Warren at email@example.com
MARRIAGE PREPARATION COURSE:
If you are planning on getting married in 2024 in the Catholic church, you are required to participate in the marriage preparation course. It will be held at the Cathedral on Saturday, March 16th from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. There is a fee of $50.00. Please call the parish office 709 634-5161 to register.
HOLY REDEEMER PARISH CHASE THE ACE:
Ticket sales start 6:00pm until 7:45pm with a draw time of 8:00pm.
You must be present at the time of draw to win!
WHERE: Immaculate Heart of Mary School Gym, 112 Humber Rd, CB
TICKETS $2.00 each
Draw of February 28st
Winner was Rick MacCarthur ticket #10648 - $ 218.00
Card drawn was the 3 of Spades
28 Cards remaining
The ACE OF SPADES was not drawn so the progressive jackpot starts at $6644.00 next week. 50/50 winner was - Roberta Canning $287.50
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE:
Is open after the 5:00 pm Mass on Sunday
HOLY REDEEMER CALENDAR TICKET DRAW:
Tickets are $10.00 each for a chance to win each day in May. You can purchase tickets at the Parish Office or from Marjorie
FAMILY CATECHETICS 2023-2024:
The Family Catechetics program is ongoing. New registrations are
welcome at any time! All classes will be in the lower level of the Cathedral. Please contact Angela Dolomount at firstname.lastname@example.org, 631-4543 or the parish office.
Well, here it is, already the third week of Lent. How are you making our with your Lenten resolutions? Are you still trying to figure out how you’re going to observe Lent? Fasting from something you
really love? Increased your daily prayer time? What are you doing about charity and service? It’s never too late to make a good Lent. Resolve to start something today or to start over, if your first try didn’t work out. Don’t give up. Remember, God never gives
up on you.
REFLECTION - The House of God:
The following prayer was found written over the door of a church.
‘Lord, make the door of this house wide enough to receive all who need human love and friendship, narrow enough to shut out all envy, pride and strife.
Make its threshold smooth enough to be no stumbling block to children, nor to straying feet. Make this house a house of prayer and a gateway to Your kingdom’.
THE SEASON OF LENT:
Lent is the yearly celebration by the Church of its corporate conversion in Jesus Christ. During this time, the liturgy prepares catechumens to celebrate the Paschal Mystery by the various stages of Christian Initiation. It also prepares the faithful for Easter as we recall our Baptism and do penance in preparation for the greatest feast of the year. Lent recalls or prepares for Baptism, and
emphasizes a spirit of penance. Through forty days of closer attention to God’s Word and of more fervent prayer. Believers are prepared to celebrate the Pascal Mystery. Lent shows us how
baptism and penitential themes are related. We are encouraged to make the most of this season or preparation.
INCOME TAX RECEIPTS FOR 2023 ARE NOW READY FOR PICK UP AT THE PARISH OFFICE.
LENTEN ENVELOPES CAN BE FOUND ON THE TABLES AT THE ENTRANCES AT THE CATHEDRAL