Trinity Catholic Church
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WEEKLY BULLETINS 

Bulletin - 20 October 2019
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Bulletin - 13 October 2019
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FOR YOUR INFORMATION

SATURDAY MASS: BACK ROW RESERVED 

for congregation members who are unable to physically

make it to the altar for communion. 

Eucharistic Ministers will bring communion to people in the back row, 

which will be reserved for those who find it difficult to stand and wait in line. 

For those of you who are able bodied, please refrain from sitting in the reserved row. 

Thank you for your cooperation. 

 

 

VICTORIA HOSPITAL

currently has no onsite Spiritual Care employee, there is no notification at this time of Catholic patients to the Catholic Hospital Chaplain (Fr. Thomas). This means that if you know of someone in the hospital who would like to receive Holy Communion or even a prayerful visit, it is imperative that you let your parish office know. They will then contact Father Thomas, the Catholic Hospital Chaplain for visits and he will further communicate to the outreach Eucharistic volunteers. For the past few months we have been notified of very few Catholic patients in the hospital and we would like to make sure patients don't miss the opportunity of Holy Communion at a time when they may need it the most. 

 

 

ARMATUS ONLINE TRAINING

 has now begun for ALL of our volunteers. 

By now those of you who volunteer at Trinity Catholic, should have received an email with a link to begin your online training, this is in line with the Bishop’s letter in June (posted on the TC Bulletin Board), our deadline for course completion is October so please check your email boxes and let the office know if you have not yet received your email, or if you need it to be re-sent. Our new Parish Responsible Minister is Leo Chapelle, who will be monitoring your progress through the website portal, please contact the office if you have any questions.

UPCOMING EVENTS

MOST HOLY ROSARY 

 

The month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary. This is primarily due to the fact that the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated annually on October 7th. It was instituted to honour the Blessed Virgin Mary in gratitude for the protection that she gives the Church in answer to the praying of the Rosary by the faithful. In this month of October, let us consider this beautiful prayer of the Rosary as a means that we too can use in order to draw closer to Jesus and Mary by meditating on the great mysteries of our salvation.

I encourage you to pray the rosary everyday with your family for the church and peace of the world.

 

God bless, Fr. Jozef.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES

Mondays,  6-7pm

from September 9th

 

Registration forms are available in the narthex. For children who are coming into the Sacramental Program a copy of their          baptism must be attached to the                                                                        registration form.

 

Please return all forms to the office.

If the office is closed you can slip them  under the door

or through the mail box in the outside window. 

YOUTH FALL RETREAT ~ GRADES 8 TO 12

 

Come dive into the theology behind CS Lewis’ books on Narnia and the swimming pool! November 1-3 Christ the King, Courtenay. Experience a weekend of encounter, community, worship, games and more! Only $70! Registration is due before October 20th. register at rogercollin@shaw.ca or 250.334.4716. 

 

 

MESSAGE FROM THE YOUTH GROUP

The Youth wishes to extend their gratitude to Ed and Doris Landry for their continued dedication to the collecting and processing of the recyclable beverage cartons, cans and bottles. The youth also thank the parish for bring their recyclables to the church. In December 2017 $1,200 was donated to Chalice by the youth group, in addition to the monthly support of our sponsored child, Joseph, in Kenya.  

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

 

The Knights of Columbus will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday October 27th, downstairs in the hall, everyone welcome. 

 

The Medicine Shoppe will be holding their Flu Shot Clinic downstairs in the hall at the same time as the Pancake Breakfast, Sunday Oct 27.

 

Please register for your flu vaccine on the

sign-up board in the church lobby. 

HOLY RELICS OF ST ANTHONY

 

Two firstclass relics will travel from Padua, Italy to Western Canada at the invitation of His Grace, Bishop Gary Gordon.

The relics will visit fifteen churches in the Diocese of Victoria from

Saturday, October 26 to Sunday, November 3.

 

There will be a Holy Mass at St. Peter’s Church at

9am on Saturday, October 26th and Veneration until 12noon with the relics.

 

One reliquary contains the fragment of the saint’s rib

and the other reliquary contains skin of the saint’s face. 

CHRISTMAS PLANT SALES

Fundraiser for our Nanaimo Ecumenical Centre

 

Saturday & Sunday October 26/27 and November 2/3.

 

All orders must be made and paid for by Sunday Nov. 5th. The plants will be available for pick up on Friday, Dec 6th.

 

Orders may be given to Sarah in the office. 

ALPHA

 

The Alpha Program is being offered by Trinity United again this fall. The twelve sessions have been scheduled to occur every second week, rather than weekly, beginning October 25th. There will be no sessions in December.

They will be hosting dinner gatherings followed by a video and discussion on Fridays at 5pm. As usual, the first session is an introduction to the Alpha program and format.

 

We invite all those who would like to know more to register at the church office, or with Donna at 250.713.2757 (buildingblocksed@shaw.ca). A more detailed schedule will follow.

 

Registration is open now until Thanksgiving Sunday. 

 

For more info you can also go to www.alphacanada.org  

KNIGHTS BURSARIES

 

The Knights of Trinity Catholic are offering several bursaries to students presently attending college and university. Application forms are available online at trinity9990.com.

 

Application deadline is October 31st, 2019. 

TURKEY DINNER

 

Trinity United are once again holding their Annual Old Fashioned Turkey Dinner this year, which is set for Saturday 2nd November at 5pm, downstairs in the Hall. Come for dinner before the 6pm Mass! This is always a sold out event and tickets are going quickly, they are $20 each and available at the office. 

RECYCLING FOR CHALICE

 

The youth group has been sponsoring a child in Kenya for many years through Chalice, a Catholic Organization. This sponsorship is dependent on the money received through the recycling of bottles. Please continue to bring your cans and bottles and place them in the box labeled Trinity Catholic, under the coat rack in the hallway.

Thank you for your support. 

Contact Us

Office Hours

SEP 09 - JUN 30:

Mon          9 am - 12:45 pm

Tue-Fri     9 am - 1:45 pm

 

July 01 - Sep 06

Wed - Fri:  8 am - 12:45pm

Mon-Tue: phones & emails will be monitored remotely

 

CLOSED: 

+ Weekends              

+ All statutory holidays

Trinity Catholic Church

6234 Spartan Rd

NamaimoV9T 2N9

 

250 390-2612 250 390-2612

trinitycatholic@shaw.ca

trinitycatholicnanaimo.ca

https://www.facebook.com/trinitycatholicparish/

Worship Times

 Schedule Changes

 

Regular Schedule

Mass:          

      Saturday   6 pm

      Sunday      8 am

                          9 am

      Monday     6 pm

      Tue - Fri    9 am

Children's Liturgy:

      Saturday   6pm                              Sunday      9 am 

Confession:

        1/2 hr before

        Mon - Sat

        Masses

Rosary:        

         1/2 hr before

         Mon - Fri Masses

Rosary Cenacle:

         Thursday  1 - 3 pm

Adoration:  

          Friday  9:30 -  10:30 am

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