Category Archives: Culture of Life

“Knights, faith, sports belong together”

Our Bro. Patrick Macken wrote quite a fine article about the Knights of Columbus’ tremendous support for sports in this week’s issue of the BC Catholic.  Thank you, Worthy State Advocate Ming Lau, for sending us a digital copy.  You can read it here.


DAILY ROSARY – May 1 to 31

0000709_deluxe-mens-rosaryJoin us at the Memorial for the Unborn 7pm weekdays, after evening Mass on weekends.

Daily Rosary

Oh what a beautiful day to start our daily Rosary for the month of May!  It was also the First Friday (honouring the Sacred Heart of Jesus), as well as the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker.  The Holy Family in all its blessed and blessing completeness!11026328_1658882361007165_7237454828098340168_o

Join us for the rest of the month — 7pm weekdays, after the evening Mass on weekends.  Our Blessed Mother awaits to shower her favours upon us all!

Euthanasia Seminar


Archbishop J. Michael Miller opens the seminar in prayer. We also prayed the Angelus at noon, and the Liturgy of the Hours after lunch. We need to pray, pray, pray to combat this evil.

We were happy to run into several St. Paul parishioners, our Assistant Pastor Fr. Nick and several former Assistant Pastors at today’s Euthanasia Seminar in the John Paul II Pastoral Centre. It was the first time for the presentation room to be open to the public.

The matters discussed were indeed alarming, but we know that Christ has already won the victory for us. All we have to do is claim it for our generation, in our space and time. We must!

More photos here

Euthanasia Seminar TODAY Friday March 27

Here’s info on how to get to the new John Paul II Pastoral Centre.

More 40 Days for Life Photos

Cecilia Yuan sent us this link to more 40 Days for Life photos taken by Sammy Tong. Nice!


Day of Prayer starts at midnight tonight


Let us pray that the Canadian Parliament will act swiftly and decisively to protect our elderly, disabled, and depressed against euthanasia, and to prevent our medical professionals from being complicit in their killing.

40 Days of Lent, 40 Days for Life kicks off today

ashwedWith a cross of ashes on our forehead, we reflect on the things we can do to make this Lent meaningful for us and pleasing to the Lord.  As our Chaplain said in his homily today, it is not enough to fast and give up certain things; we should also take positive steps:  almsgiving, charitable outreach, more time for prayer.

The 40 Days for Life campaign which also starts today is a good part of our Lenten practice.  Giving up one hour of our time to prayerfully witness in front of the abortion clinic opens up many doors to grace:

  • We remind passersby that abortion is not a settled issue, that while this injustice persists, there are still people fighting to right this wrong.
  • We stir the conscience of abortion providers and their assistants.
  • We offer mothers-to-be pause to reconsider the life within them.
  • We give voice to the speechless, protection to the vulnerable.
  • We pray and enact in unison with thousands around the world:  Thy will be done, Thy Kingdom come…

Sunday March 8 has been pledged by St. Paul Parish.  It cannot be fulfilled without you, Brother Knights, and your families, committing to one hour.  Email me your pledge.  Do it for Lent.  Do it for life!

Read more about 40 Days for Life here

Read about how people have braved the freezing cold in some of the 252 cities participating in this campaign here



The Toronto Star wants you to tell them what you think about allowing assisted suicide:

The only thing necessary…

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. — Edmund Burke

  1. Sign the petition here.
  2. Invite your friends and family to sign, too.
  3. Get informed.