Holy Name of Mary

Marysville

Administrator :  Fr. Francis Zambon

MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO BE WORN AT ALL MASSES

Welcome

 

Welcome, and thank you for visiting our new website for Our Parish Community of Holy Name of Mary, St. Charles Borromeo & St. Vincent de Paul Churches. We hope that our website provides helpful information regarding weekend & weekday masses, our bulletin, Sacramental information, upcoming Parish events as well as other additional information which maybe useful to our website visitors.

Mission Statement 

We, the Parish Family of Holy Name of Mary, St. Charles Borromeo & St. Vincent de Paul Churches, believe that our Mission as faithful Roman Catholics is to present the Image or Our Lord to all that he brings to us in this life.

 In doing so, we are answering the call, placed before us through the Sacrament of Baptism, to be Missionary Disciples of Christ in this community and as a result assist others in developing a personal relationship with Our Loving and Merciful God.

Weekend Masses 

 

Saturday Mass: 

5:00pm - St. Vincent de Paul, Deseronto


Sunday Morning Masses:

8:45am - Holy Name of Mary, Marysville

10:30am - St. Charles Borromeo, Read

Weekday Liturgy - Please refer to

 

 

 

for current Mass updates

Children's Liturgy at Sunday Masses

is cancelled until further notice.

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Parish News:

Opportunity for Confession

Confessions will be offered half an hour before weekday Masses in the sacristy &  Saturdays from           2:30 – 3:30pm in the chapel at Holy Name of Mary 

Again, if these times do not work with your schedule but you would like to go to Confession, please call the office (613-396-2846) or send me an email (frfranciszambon@hotmail.com) to arrange a time. 

╬Please Remember in Your Prayers all those who are sick

 Blayre McCarthy, Bridget Knott, Brienna Wright, Bruce Loft, Helen Hanley, Carson McKenna, 

Catherine Brennan, Cathy Sloan, Cathy Thompson, Deacon Bill Heasley, Deacon Peter Kelly, Dennis Purcell,

Devon Mulvey Hannafin, Fr. Wes Chochrek, Gary McLellan, Kelsey Banks, Kevin Power, Laura Dodd, 

Lois Terry, Marjorie McFarlane,  Mike Sloan, Norm Brownell,  Olivera Lambeta, Patricia Putman,

Raymond Brennan, Reda Marlow, Suzanne Gartenburg, Louise O'Sullivan, Raymond McAvoy

(Please inform the Parish Office of any changes)

 

St Charles Borromeo CWL Members

If you would like on occasion to receive via e-mail, CWL news, interesting articles, etc. There is a sign-up sheet at the back of the Church, please add your name & e-mail address. If at anytime you would like your name removed, just let me know, my e-mail address will be shown on material I forward to you. Linda Walsh, Co-President.

Helping Hands Food Bank

On behalf of the Deseronto Foodbank we want to thank you for your ongoing support during the pandemic with food items and financial donations, The donations certainly have been a big help in our mission, in caring for those who are less fortunate.

We are always grateful for all and any donations but currently we are in need of juice, crackers, cookies, fruit/pudding cups, personal items (hair shampoo; hand soap; deodorant; dish soap).

  • From the Pastoral Centre:

 

Understanding the Mass Better - Thursdays, October 21st, November 4th & 18th; 7:00pm-8:15pm

The Pastoral Offices of the Archdiocese of Kingston invite you to join us on Zoom as we explore the Mass on a deeper level with presenters like Archbishop Paul Andre Durocher, Bishop of Gatineau and Rev. Fr. John Hibbard, pastor of St. Paul The Apostle Church, Kingston; Sessions include video presentations followed by small group discussions and sharing of insights.  To join each session, use the same link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84078863068?pwd=c1JiNEJJdytLanorQ0sva2lyN2hFZz09

Meeting ID: 840 7886 3068   Passcode: 946387

For more information, please contact Gorett at ore@romancatholic.kingston.on.ca  (613)548-4461 ext.112

The Way: Evening Series for Young Adults & ALCDSB Staff - October 20th and First Wednesdays of the Month

The Archdiocese of Kingston Youth Office is excited to partner with the ALCDSB to offer a virtual faith formation evening series: The Way: A Guide for the Journey. Featuring Catholic artist and music minister Josh Blakesley, alongside speaker and author Paul George, The Way is a unique series of 10 worship-night style videos, promoting reflection and thoughtful prayer. Each episode highlights a specific theme — God’s love, forgiveness, prayer and silence in life — further reflected upon through beautiful music and in-depth discussion. This monthly faith formation opportunity will be offered virtually on Microsoft Teams from 7 pm - 8 pm on the first Wednesday of the month (additional session October 20th) and will include the streaming of the 20-minute video and a small group breakout session with discussion questions. There is no cost. Participants will be given the flexibility to choose as many sessions as they would like to join as they are stand alone sessions.

For more information, a schedule of sessions and to sign up to join us and receive the link please visit www.romancatholic.kingston.on.ca/young-adult

New Life Support Group Meetings - Are you, or someone you know, experiencing the trauma of a Separation and/or Divorce? We invite you to join our New Life Support Group Meetings, a Catholic Ministry for the Separated and Divorced.

Every other Tuesday evening 7:30 – 9:00 pm, alternating between in-person and Zoom.

Due to pandemic restrictions, attendance at in-person meetings requires proof of vaccination. Pre-registration for in-person meetings is recommended to ensure there is enough room for social distancing. 

For more information, to register for in-person meetings, or obtain the Zoom link, email newlife@romancatholic.kingston.on.ca

The next upcoming meetings are:

October 19th  (In-person): New beginnings (Team facilitated)

November 2nd  (Zoom): Transitions (video)

November 16th (In-person): Dealing With Daily Struggles

 

 

  • From Parishes & Organizations:

 

St. Mary’s Drop-In Centre Seeking Volunteers - More volunteers are needed to serve the significant increase in the number of homeless and poor who come through our doors. There are many areas in which you could volunteer such as preparing soup and sandwiches, staffing the canteen and registration desk, cleaning, securing food rescues from local businesses and working at our clothing warehouse or at our Winter Coat Drive. Time commitment is task oriented and varies from 1 to 3.5 hours per week. You would be working alongside other volunteers.  If interested in volunteering or would like more information, please contact Ann at ministries@stmaryscathedral.ca or 613-546-5521 Ext 5

Birthright: Change for Life Virtual Baby Bottle Campaign:  October 1st -31st

Due to Covid restrictions, we can no longer provide baby bottles to collect change. Our next option is a Virtual Baby Bottle campaign.  To make a donation, just go to our website, www.kingstonbirthright.ca, click DONATE and make a donation in any amount. Please provide your mailing address in order to receive a tax receipt. Joining our Change for Life Virtual Baby Bottle Campaign is one way to partner with us to help vulnerable pregnant women and their babies.

 

CCCB National Liturgy Webinar, Eucharistic Transformation: Communion, Service, Mercy

November 8, 2:00pm - November 10, 4:00 PM

Inspired by the 10 November 2018 address of Pope Francis to Participants in the Plenary Assembly of the Pontifical Committee for International Eucharistic Congresses, each session will explore how attitudes of communion, service and mercy contribute to the development of a Eucharistic culture. Daily sessions will be led by award-winning author, Father Gilbert Ostdiek, O.F.M.. Information about this event and registration can be found on the CCCB website under Liturgy & Sacraments: Resources in English, at the following link: https://www.cccb.ca/liturgy-sacraments/resources-in-english/national-liturgy-webinar/

For more information, please contact the National Liturgy Office at: nlo@cccb.ca

 

 

In the Footsteps of Mary: Virtual Day of Reflection - Providence Spirituality Centre, Monday, November 8, 2021, 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM

The rosary is more than a devotion. It is the story of the early church, which begins with Mary. As we walk in her footsteps beginning with the annunciation and ending with her assumption into heaven where she is crowned Queen, you will be moved by the extraordinary strength of this woman who said ‘yes’ to God and invites us to follow in her footsteps. This day will include short presentations by Deacon Bill, an invitation into silence and personal reflection time, and a time of sharing with other participants.

Registration is Limited.  Cost: $25.00 [Three facilitated virtual sessions with Deacon Bill Gervais] Payment by cheque.  Register: by Fri Oct 22, 2021.  E-mail info@psck.org or telephone 613-542-8826 Ext. 500.

 

A Virtual Weekend Guided Retreat (Advent: The Way to Bethlehem) - Providence Spirituality Centre

December 3, 3:00pm - December 5, 7:00pm

Advent is a season that leads to Bethlehem. Are you ready for this journey? Come join us as we travel with Mary and Joseph to the city of David, Bethlehem; a journey that will invite us to enter more deeply into the spirituality of the Advent Season so that our spirits might encounter more deeply the meaning of God’s coming to us in Jesus.

Registration is Limited. Cost for weekend retreat $75.00 [Four virtual sessions with Deacon Bill Gervais] Payment by cheque.  Register: by Fri Nov 19, 2021. E-mail info@psck.org or telephone 613-542-8826 Ext. 500.

 

Eight Steps to Happiness: Five-Day Virtual Guided Retreat - Providence Spirituality Centre

January 24,6:30pm - January 28, 2022

How often have you said, “I just want to be happy”? Have you ever stopped to consider exactly what happiness means? Is happiness having fun at a party, the excitement of new experiences, the delights of a fine meal. Although these are all wonderful experiences to be cherished and cultivated, they are not happiness, but a definition of pleasure. So, if happiness is not the same thing as pleasure, then what is happiness? Happiness is an attitude, which this retreat will explore by considering Jesus’ eight steps to happiness as stated in his beatitudes.

Registration is Limited. Cost for 5-Day retreat $200.00 Payment by cheque.  Register: by Mon Jan 10, 2022.

E-mail info@psck.org or telephone 613-542-8826 Ext. 500.