WHAT’S UP @ 6855 – June 1 to 7

Happy Trinity Sunday!

Today our May daily Rosary draws to a close with a celebratory potluck afterwards in the Parish Centre. Bring a beverage or sweet / savoury to share if you have a chance.  But most important: be there!

A hearty welcome to two new brothers who were exemplified last Monday:  Manuel Comullob and Reynaldo Espiritu.

Thanks to those who have RSVPed regarding the JC Spring Brunch happening next Sunday June 7.  I need to provide the head count to our host Council 10681 by June 1st, so please let me know right away if you will be joining us and how many…  Payments can be made at the door:  $15 for adults and $10 for kids age 5 to 12.

The registration deadline for the Joint Council Golf Tournament is also coming up this June 6th.  Please turn in your form and payment to Bros. Francis Lee, Happy Tay or Sundy Arca.

And do join us for the Clergy and Religious Appreciation Dinner coming up June 13 at the Mayfair Golf and Country Club at 6:30pm.

Have a triply-blessed week!

WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK:

June 1 Monday
RSVP deadine for JC Spring Brunch head count

June 1 Monday 7:30pm @ St. Paul Parish Centre
Executive Meeting

June 6 Saturday
Registration deadline for JC Golf Tournament

June 7 Sunday 11am – 1pm @ St. Joseph the Worker Parish Centre Gym
Joint Council Spring Brunch

COMING UP:

June 8 – General Meeting; RSVP deadline for Clergy/Religious Appreciation Dinner
June 13 – Clergy and Religious Appreciation Dinner
June 14 – Pancake Breakfast
June 19 – Third Degree Exemplification @ Canadian Martyrs Church
June 20 – 24th Annual JC Golf Tournament
June 24 – Bursary Presentation at St. Paul School commencement
June 26 – Sports Night @ St. Paul Gym
June 27 – Altar Servers Appreciation BBQ
June 30 – Deadline for Bishop Lobsinger bursary applications

This third Person is called, in technical language, the Holy Ghost or the ‘spirit’ of God. Do not be worried or surprised if you find it (or Him) rather vaguer or more shadowy in your mind than the other two. I think there is a reason why that must be so. In the Christian life you are not usually looking at Him. He is always acting through you.” — C. S. Lewis

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