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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 email@example.com.
St. Brigid, pray with us.
Category Archives: Community
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Roy Bourgeois Fundraising efforts continue for Roy Bourgeois’ visit to Calgary in September. Thank you to our coordinating team for organizing the fundraising and everything else for Roy’s visit (Dave, Mary, Pat, Rock and Suzanne)! The bake sale and Baileys … 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 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
October, 2012. Lumsden, Saskatchewan – with Edwina Gateley I had the privilege of attending this retreat with my mother, and fifty or so other women, last month in Lumsden. I was ready to soak up inspiration and contemplate new ideas. … Continue reading
I’m happy to tell you we had a wonderful community meeting on Oct. 20! There were 27 people in attendance and six people who emailed me with their ideas before the meeting. The first hour was spent on introductions and … Continue reading