Saturday, 3 March 2018

Laetare Sunday (4th in Lent) March 11, 2018

The Catholic Parish of
Saint Thomas More

Our thanks to Fr. Derek Cross C.O. will celebrate Mass and preach.


HYMN # 396 – Let saints on earth in concert sing (Dundee)

Kyrie – Short Communion Service in the Phrygian Mode  (Charles Wood)

Homily  (Sit)    Fr. Derek Cross C.O.

PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE      
Form II  (Kneel)                            page 27
+  Universal Intercession – That those who have material, political or spiritual power
may resist any lure of corruption.
Please offer prayers for the following intentions:
+   Persecuted Christians in N. Korea, China, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria & others.
+   Ste. Marie-De-Deux-Montagnes, St-Benoît-du-Lac, for those discerning vows to the contemplative life, for vocations to holy orders and those to be ordained D.V. this
Spring:  Br. Robert-Charles, Br. Sean-Patrick (priest) and Murray O’Coin (deacon)
+   Those who are ill and those recovering: Lillias, Feliks, Murray, Heidi, Annette, Judy.
  
Offertory Hymn # 339 – Be thou my vision  (Slane)

Offertory Motet –  Rejoice in the Lord always  (16th century Anon.)

Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei 
Short Communion Service in the Phrygian Mode  
                        
Motet – O pray for the peace of Jerusalem  (Thomas Tomkins)

Hymn # 507 – The Lent Prose, “Attende Domine”  Mode V

Hymn #  306 – Strengthen for Service, Lord  (Ach Gott und Herr)

The Angelus                                                                                                 

– Please join us downstairs in the parish hall for refreshments after Mass. – 


Weekdays at STM/ SVDP
  
HOLY MASS:  Monday – Friday                           8:00 a.m. OF
 (except Maundy Thursday to Holy Saturday) 
                           
Saturday & Civic Holidays                            10:00 a.m. OF
                 
DW =  Divine Worship form of the Roman Rite in traditional English.
OF  =  Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite in modern English.

CONFESSION: Saturdays 4 – 5 p.m. and 15 minutes before each Mass.

  

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