The Sanctuary Lamp
Burns this week for:
The Intentions of St. Mark’s Prayer Network
(If you would like to have the Sanctuary light burn for a deceased loved one, or for someone’s intentions, please contact the parish office.)
"…The seed is sprouting and growing…" (Mark 4:27)
To read a Pastoral Letter from His Excellency, Bishop Douglas Crosby, OMI, to the faithful of the Diocese of Hamilton regarding the recent discovery of the unmarked graves of 215 children at the former Kamloops Residential School, please visit: https://hamiltondiocese.com/residential-schools/. Included in the left-hand side-bar on that page, please also notice the following informative links: History, Expressions of Apology, and Actions and Commitments.
ARE YOU TROUBLED? DO YOU NEED SPIRITUAL SUPPORT?
The Sisters of the Carmel of Saint Joseph will pray for you during the Novena to Little St. Therese, Sept. 23 to Oct. 1, 2021. You can participate in this novena by sending your prayer intention slip with your name and address to:
Carmel of Saint Joseph
1127 Carmel-Koch Road, R.R. #1
St. Agatha, Ontario N0B 2L0
For more information check the website for the Carmelite Nuns: www.thecarmel.ca
During these extraordinary times when not everyone is able to make it to church due to COVID-19, Living with Christ is pleased to offer FREE mass texts, which are updated on a weekly basis: Living with Christ website
St. Mark Catholic Parish in Kitchener, Ontario is a faith-filled Catholic community, striving to live our values, and to build up the Body of Christ in this world through sacrament, sacrifice and outreach. We are a welcoming community, inviting all to share in the fullness of Jesus. We seek to build God’s church on earth by sharing our time, talent and treasure for the benefit of all.
St. Mark’s seeks to develop its outreach and spiritual life through many activities and groups. Members of our parish family are actively involved in the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Knights of Columbus, Catholic Women’s League, Spirit Crew (our Parish’s ministry for youth), RCIA program, Perpetual Adoration Chapel, Legion of Mary, Alpha program, bereavement support, hospital visitation, support for local food banks, and pro-life activities, among many other groups and activities. At St. Mark’s, there are many opportunities to build faith through education, prayer, fellowship and service.
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