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WHEN WE MEET
We meet to celebrate Mass on the second Sunday of each month at 10 a.m. Our host site is Kingsland Community Centre.
From September to June (except December), we hold an education/discussion evening (usually facilitated by a community member) on the third Wednesday of each month from 7 - 9 p.m. (downstairs at Kingsland Community Centre).
Refreshments and visiting time are part of all our gatherings. Everyone is welcome!
If you have any questions about our community, or would like more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Brigid, pray with us.
Author Archives: Saint Brigid's
Thanks to collaboration between Google Street View and the Vatican, Rome’s catacombs are now accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. However, the move has created controversy for what some say the catacombs hold. Read full article by Megan Fincher … Continue reading
Continued from September 6, 2013 Newsletter Meeting called by Pope Francis As you may know, Pope Francis has called a meeting with his eight Cardinal advisers, representatives from every region of the world, to meet with him at the Vatican … Continue reading
Continued from September 6, 2013 Newsletter The Pope then launched into a strange interlude about Paraguayan women who, after that country’s war with Brazil led to such a decimation of the male population that there were eight women to every … Continue reading
Continued from September 6, 2013 Newsletter Ten years later, I’ve been reflecting on the gifts that have come through this door (some of which sure didn’t feel like gifts at first). Little by little, we followed the kids who came … Continue reading
Continued from September 6, 2013 Newsletter In 1957, Carmel and Gerald Neary left their home in Ireland to make a new life in Calgary with their daughters, Shelagh and Dara. Two more girls, Geraldine and Donna, were born in short … Continue reading
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A short opinion piece from theologian Leonardo Boff regarding Pope Francis The first millennium of Christianity was marked by the paradigm of community. The Churches had relative autonomy regarding their own rites: Orthodox, Coptic, Ambrosian from Milan, Mozarabic, from Spain, … Continue reading
Francis. Pope Francis. This could be good news for the Catholic Church, for the whole church, and for the world. Let’s hope and pray so. Jorge Bergoglio, the Argentinian cardinal from Buenos Aires, will be the first pope from Latin … Continue reading
The secretaries general of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (which held its international conference in Manila in 2003) have released a statement which speaks for itself, with great clarity: “Though the election of a pope should in a normal … Continue reading
ROMAN CATHOLIC WOMENPRIESTS – CANADA (RCWP – Canada) RESPONSE TO THE PAPAL ELECTION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Media Inquiries Canada East: Cathy O’Connor, Roman Catholic Woman Deacon email@example.com (Orillia, ON) Canada West: Monica Kilburn Smith, Roman Catholic Woman Priest … Continue reading