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Together in Action 2022
Collection: November 20th, 2022
Holy Name Cares
Together in Action
Holy Name Church relies on your Sunday offerings for maintenance and growth.
By making your donation, you are providing crucial support to care for your parish during this difficult time.
Mortgage Payment: $16,329/month or $4,082/week
Diocesan Support: $4,021/month or $1,005/week
Together in Action: 2021 goal: $26,030 or $500/week
From the Calgary Diocese
Please keep in your Prayers
Nancy Ann Hreiskevich
Fr. Gilles LeBlanc
Michael Oliver, Sr.
Darryl Ouano & Family
As the Gospel story of Jesus’ passion unfolds today, we witness the light of the world being led from one interrogator to another and finally condemned to a cruel death, by crucifixion. Drawn like Peter, we follow him who has also befriended us so completely. We are disturbed and inspired...
Today is Ash Wednesday and Catholics throughout the world are observing this occasion by attending Ash Wednesday services at their parish and fasting, or abstaining from meat. The first reading for mass today from the book of Joel, goes right along with what we are all doing today. God called...
Ash Wednesday 2022
My hidden Lord Jesus, I love You and thank You with profound gratitude for uniting Yourself with fallen humanity. When You first entered into this world, You remained hidden for nine months in the immaculate womb of Your Blessed Mother. She carried You, body and blood, soul and divinity, within...
Prayer for a fruitful Advent
The healing work of Jesus can give us a false sense that faithfulness means we will not experience suffering, illness, or painful death. This is not true. God's healing and resurrecting work brings consolation, community, courage and perseverance to trial, destruction, and death.
God Raises the Dying
Today, the Church celebrates Pentecost Sunday, a very special day for Christians. We honour this day with great solemnity and festivity. Unfortunately, for two years in a row, we could not properly celebrate this wonderful feast. A year ago, nobody could have imagined what we would experience daily due to...