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January 10 – Baptism of the Lord

           Saint John Fisher Parish
          120 Summerhill, Pointe-Claire (QC) - H9R 2L7
                   Phone: 514 695-0205

                        Office Hours
             Closed due to Covid-19 pandemic
        Voicemail will be checked and responded to.

                 sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca
                        www.sjfp.org
Link to online Masses Saint John Fisher Parish YouTube Channel
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As of Friday, January 8 at midnight, all Masses will be livestream only.
                   There will be no distribution of communion after Masses.
January 10 – Baptism of The Lord
 Sat., January 9      4:00 p.m. For the health & blessings in the New Year for the Bacz & Sankeralli children and
                                 grandchildren by Barbara & Jacek Bacz
 Sun., January 10     10:00 a.m. Ann Beatrice Mills by Clara, Bob, Michelle & Kevin
 Sun., January 10     11:00 a.m. Andrew & Ann McCowan by The Family (to be said in private by priest)
 Tues., January 12    9:00 a.m. St. Marguerite Bourgeoys, Virgin
                                 Rodolfo Francisco by The Family
 Wed., January 13     9:00 a.m. Phillip Ng by The Family
 Thurs., January 14   9:00 a.m. Alessandro Pedicelli by His Wife Liliana
 Fri., January 15     9:00 a.m. Annette Duncan by The Family

                                       Readings for Sunday January 10, 2021
                  Isaiah 42.1-4, 6-7 Psalm 29.1-2, 3ac-4, 3b+9c-10 Acts 10.34-38 Matthew 3.13-17

January 17 – Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
 Sat., January 16     4:00 p.m. Una O’Donoghue by Mary & Piero
 Sun., January 17     10:00 a.m. Eutropeo Vasquez by Zenaida Amameda
 Tues., January 19    9:00 a.m. Intentions of The Parishioners
 Wed., January 20     9:00 a.m. Gerry Coss by His Daughter Patricia
 Thurs., January 21   9:00 a.m. St. Agnes, Virgin, Martyr
                                 Antonio Benavides by Maria and Family
 Fri., January 22     9:00 a.m. Intentions of The Parishioners

                                     Readings for Sunday January 17, 2021
             1 Samuel 3.3b-10, 19 Psalm 40.1+3a, 6,7-8,9 1 Corinthians 6.13c-15a, 17-20 John 1.35-42

January 24 – Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
 Sat., January 23     4:00 p.m. Leokadia Wicka by The Gacek Family
 Sun., January 24     10:00 a.m. Peter Cochrane by The Family
 Tues., January 26    9:00 a.m. St. Timothy and Titus, Bishops
                                 Intentions of The Parishioners
 Wed., January 27     9:00 a.m. Intentions of The Parishioners
 Thurs., January 28   9:00 a.m. St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest, Doctor
                                 Intentions of The Parishioners
 Fri., January 29     9:00 a.m. Jacques Belzile and Deceased Parents by Marcienne Fortier

                                      Readings for Sunday January 24, 2021
                   Jonah 3.1-5, 10 Psalm 25.4-5a, 6+7b, 8-9 1 Corinthians 7.29-31 Mark 1.14-20

January 31 – Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
 Sat., January 30     4:00 p.m. Intentions of The Parishoiners
 Sun., January 31     10:00 a.m. Intentions of The Parishioners
 Tues., February 2    9:00 a.m. The Presentation of the Lord
                                 Intentions of The Parishioners
 Wed., February 3     9:00 a.m. Intentions of The Parishioners
 Thurs., February 4   9:00 a.m. Susan Sheppard by Mary & Piero
 Fri., February 5     9:00 a.m. St. Agatha, Virgin, Martyr
                                 Teofilo A. Magana Jr. by Ester & Ramon Vicente

                                     Readings for Sunday January 31, 2021
                Deuteronomy 18.15-20 Psalm 95.1-2, 6-7ab, 7c-9 1 Corinthians 7.32-35 Mark 1.21-28
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February 7 – Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
 Sat., February 6      4:00 p.m. Edwina Mary Dias by Sean & Junko Donovan & Family
 Sun., February 7      10:00 a.m. Frances Lalonde by Eric Lalonde
 Tues., February 9     9:00 a.m. Intentions of The Parishioners
 Wed., February 10     9:00 a.m. St. Scholastica, Virgin
                                  Intentions of The Parishioners
 Thurs., February 11   9:00 a.m. Pauline & Chester Samoszewski by Mary & Piero
 Fri., February 12     9:00 a.m. Pat McKenna by Mary

                                        Readings for Sunday February 7, 2021
                   Job 7.1-4, 6-7 Psalm 147.1-2, 3-4, 5-6 1 Corinthians 9.16-19, 22-23 Mark 1.29-39

 Please contact the Parish office if you would like to book a Mass Intention 514-695-0205 or sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca
                               (Masses highlighted in yellow are available for Mass intentions)

Lord, Grant Mercy and Lasting Peace to those who died recently, and strength and comfort to those who mourn them:
Father Kocik. Father Joseph p. Cameron, Phillip Ng, Johanne Auger, Josee McCusker Eternal rest grant unto them, O
Lord. And let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace. May the souls of all the faithful departed, through
the mercy of God, rest in peace.
                            Let Us Pray for Those Who Are Sick
                            Yolanda Amaro Manzanal, Mila Bax, Emile Beaulieu, Marie Josee Belanger, Maria
                            Benavides, Jose Benveniste, Edward Bond, Rosina, Ciancibello, Gordon Deery, Christine
                            Deery, Debbie Foley, Gladys Knight Kavalec, Dorothy Laberge, Jennifer Lacroix, Patricia
                            Lacroix, Dawn Alda Laxson, Terrence Meehan, Maureen Meloche, Sally Palka, Max
                            Sankeralli, Evelyn Stafford, Adriana Starnino, Lilo Woolgar, 12-year- Sophie. Please email
                            the parish office if you would like to add a name to the parish sick list. Please obtain
permission from the person named first. sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca

                  Thank You For Your Contributions
                        December                Regular Collection               $6,993.45
                        December                Helping Others                   $1,390.00
                        December                Church Maintenance               $604.00
                        December                Online Donations                 $6,337.91
                        Christmas                                                $6,488.00
                        January contributions will be posted in February
  Our Parish has teamed up with Canada Helps to offer the option of making regular or occasional donations on-line.
                                            Visit CanadaHelps.org
CanadaHelps Did you know that when you make a contribution to the parish through CanadaHelps you can chose where
     your money goes? For example, you can choose Regular collection, Helping Others or Church Maintenance.

The January Helping Others collection is for The Society of St. Peter the Apostle in support of the priests of tomorrow.

Envelope # 248 Would the person using envelope # 248 please contact the parish office. Thank you

                                          Advertise in Our Parish Bulletin
There are no printed bulletins at the moment because of Covid-19 however we are working on expanding our email list (So
far we have 298 and more are added each week!). So this is still a great way to advertise and support the parish. Please
email sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca if you would like more information.

Pope’s January prayer intention: May the Lord give us the grace to live in full fellowship
with our brothers and sisters of other religions, praying for one another, open to all.
2021 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25) Theme The international resources for 2021 Week of
Prayer for Christian Unity have been prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland, a group of
religious sisters from different church traditions brought together by a common vocation of prayer, community life and
hospitality and by their commitment to Christian unity.
The 2021 theme – Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit (John 15:5-9) – calls us to pray and to work for
reconciliation and unity in the church, with our human family, and with all of creation. Drawing on the Gospel image of
vine and branches, it invites us to nourish unity with God and with one another through contemplative silence, prayer, and
common action. Grafted into Christ the vine as many diverse branches, may we bear rich fruit and create new ways of living,
with respect for and communion with all of creation. Source https://www.weekofprayer.ca/2021-week-prayer-christian-
unity-theme

The February Helping Others collection is for the Development and Peace.

Pope’s February prayer intention: We pray for women who are victims of violence, that
they may be protected by society and have their sufferings considered and heeded.
World Day for Consecrated Life February 2 In 1997, Pope Saint John Paul II instituted a day of prayer for women and men
in consecrated life. This celebration is attached to the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord on February 2nd. This Feast is also
known as Candlemas Day; the day on which candles are blessed symbolizing Christ who is the light of the world. So too, those
in consecrated life are called to reflect the light of Jesus Christ to all peoples. The celebration of World Day for Consecrated Life
is transferred to the following Sunday in order to highlight the gift of consecrated persons for the whole Church.
World Day for Consecrated Life is celebrated on February 2nd however, it is observed in parishes on the Sunday after February
2nd. In 2021, this day will be celebrated in parishes February 6-7, 2021.
"This then is the consecrated life: praise which gives joy to God’s people, prophetic vision that reveals what counts. Consecrated
life is not about survival, it is not about preparing ourselves for ars bene moriendi: this is the temptation of our days, in the face
of declining vocations. No, it is not about survival, but new life. “But… there are only a few of us…” – it’s about new life. It is a
living encounter with the Lord in his people. It is a call to the faithful obedience of daily life and to the unexpected surprises from
the Spirit. It is a vision of what we need to embrace in order to experience joy: Jesus" --Pope Francis, WDCL Homily on February
2, 2019 Source https://nrvc.net/274/publication/4171/article/10041-world-day-for-consecrated-life-february-2-2018
World Day of the Sick February 11 February 11 is World Day of the Sick, an observation started by Pope John Paul II as
a way for believers to offer prayers for those suffering from illnesses. The day coincides with the commemoration of Our
Lady of Lourdes. People around the world take the time to pray for the sick and for those who work very hard to alleviate
the sufferings of the sick on this day. Faith organisations mark this day especially to provide the sick with medicines, food,
and spiritual guidance. Pope John Paul II initiated the day in 1992 to encourage people to pray for those who suffer from
illness and for their caregivers. The Pope himself had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s a year before, in 1991, and it is
considered that his own illness was impetus for his designation of the day. Pope Benedict XVI also declared his decision to
resign from his post as the Pope on this day in 2013. He cited his failing health as the reason behind his decision. Source
https://www.awarenessdays.com/awareness-days-calendar/world-day-of-the-sick-2021/

Baptisms As of January 9 Baptisms are not permitted until further notice.

Funerals and Memorial Services The Parish is able to celebrate Funerals but attendance is limited to 25 people. Please
call the parish office for information.

The Chapel of Eucharistic Adoration will be closed as of January 9 until further notice.

Let us not forget our Neighbours Are you or someone you know alone and in need of help with groceries or just need
someone to talk to? Please let us know by calling the parish office. 514-695-0205
Do You Feel Isolated And In Need Of Spiritual Support?
Here are some support services in our region:
SASMAD: Spiritual support service for the elderly or sick at home
Open 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the following number: 1-888-305-0994
Carmelite Sisters: 514-271-6957
Missionary Recluses: 514-648-6801
Fraternités monastiques de Jérusalem à Montréal
From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesday to Friday: 514-524-1131
Priests (from Mary Queen of the World Cathedral)
Hours are from 1 p.m, to 3 p.m. (in French) and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
(in French and English): 514-866-1661
Le Pèlerin 514-737-6262 or by email at info@lepelerin.org

                                    Laptops & Cell Phones Needed for School in Uganda Do you have a laptop or a
                                    cell phone that you are not using anymore? Could you, please, donate it to St. Pontiano
                                    Secondary School in Uganda. This will be very appreciated. Please remove any
                                    passwords or personal information before donating. For more info call Fr. David, at
                                    514-213-5778
St. John Fisher Parish Bulletin
                                  Archbishop of Montreal: His Eminence Christian Lépine
                                    English Pastoral Services: Fr. Raymond Lafontaine
 Parish Rectory                                            Parish ministries
 120 Summerhill Avenue                                     Altar Servers: Josie Campisi
 Pointe-Claire, Quebec H9R 2L7                             Catholic Adult Faith Enrichment(C.A.F.E.): Katerina Chrobak
 Telephone: 514-695-0205                                   Catholic Bible Studies & Spiritual Life:
 E-mail: sjfpsecretary@videotron.ca                        Adam & Joanna Gacek
                                                           Children’s Liturgy: Kerry-Anne Geraghty
 Pastoral Staff
                                                           Choirs:
 Father Sibichan Chacko O. Carm, Parochial Administrator
                                                           5:00 p.m. Blossom of Love Choir
 E-mail: sibichankalluvila@yahoo.co.in
                                                           9:00 a.m. Kayla Chibok
 Father David Kiyingi, in residence
                                                           11:00 a.m. Lise Fortin
 Cell phone: 514-213-5778
                                                           Decoration: Maria Joanna Ogando
 Deacon Robert Zankoski
                                                           H.O.P.E. Group: Mary Jane Darwent
 Parish Secretaries; Amy Duncan & Maureen Harty
                                                           Lectors/Eucharistic Ministers: Marcel Sankeralli
 Masses (online only)                                      Ministers of Hospitality: Linda Reid
 Saturday at 4:00 p.m.                                     Pastoral Home Care: Peter Machado
 Sunday at 10:00 a.m.                                      Youth Group:
 Tuesday to Friday at 9:00 a.m.
                                                           Knights of Columbus:
 Chapel of Eucharistic Adoration:                          John Casey 514-952-1891
 Temporarily closed as of January 9                        Marriages:
 Joanna Gacek at 514-791-8291,                             Those intending to marry should give notice of 6 months.
 Andrew Dean at 514-693-0044 or
 Betty McKoy at 514-697-5406                               Sacrament of Reconciliation:
                                                           After weekday Masses, half an hour before weekend Masses or
 Wardens                                                   by appointment.
 Josie Campisi, Michael Cochrane
 Sean Donovan, Kerry-Anne Geraghty,                        Baptism:
 Jackie Lecomte, Karl Santaguida                           The third Sunday of each month. Parents should contact the
                                                           parish to register and for more information.
 Faith First coordinator:
 Beverley Caughlin 514-770-3788                            Sick Calls:
 chibokfamily@videotron.ca                                 Emergencies, Anointing of the Sick or visitation of shut-ins. Call
                                                           the Rectory.
 Parish Council
 Chair: Father Sibichan Chacko                             Funerals:
                                                           Please call the parish office.
 Liturgy Committee:
 Chair: Father Sibichan Chacko                             Local schools:
 Social Action in the Parish:                              Lindsey Place: 514-694-2760
 C.A.C.: 514-694-9246                                      St. John Fisher Senior: 514-695-1112
 West Island Citizen Advocacy: 514-694-5850                St. John Fisher Junior: 514-798-0746

                                                   Parish Registration
If you are new to the parish and would like to be included on our parish list please compete the following information and
place the form in the collection basket.
Name ____________________________________________________________
Address___________________________________________________________
____________________________________Postal Code _________-_________
Telephone_________________________________________________________
Email_________________________________________
Would you like to be on the Parishioner email list? _______
Would you like a box of donation envelopes?_________

                                                              Brent Sabino
                                                              Manager
                                                              Tel: 514-695-4368
                                                              bsabino@excellentice-kirkland.com
                                                              www.excellentice-kirkland.com
                                                              2950 Edmond Street Kirkland QC H9H 5J5
Dr. Liliane Malczewski & Matthew Healy
Children & Family Dentists
3633 Sources Blvd, #215, DDO
dentistddo.com 514-684-9198

Rideau & Lakeview Memorial Gardens &
            Funeral Home
            By Arbor Memorial
            Pre – Arrangements for cemetery
            and funeral
            Marcel Charron
            Assistant Manager
            Tel: 514-683-6700
            Cell: 514-619-4751
www.rideaumemorial.com                        Get involved in our parish.
mcharron@arbormemorial.com

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