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  • Holy Rosary Cathedral RICHARDS & DUNSMUIR STREET, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA

    Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 11, 2015

    ARCHBISHOP: Most Rev. J. Michael Miller, CSB RECTOR: Very Rev. Stanley GalvonASSISTANT PRIESTS: Rev. Federico Buttner Rev. Anicet Pinto Rev. Dennis Flores Rev. Pablo Santa Maria

    IN RESIDENCE: Rev. John Eason (Seaports Chaplain) Rev. Terry Larkin

    646 Richards Street, Vancouver BC V6B 3A3Tel.: 604-682-6774 / Fax: 604-331-8406 / Email: [email protected] / Web: www.holyrosarycathedral.org

    mailto:[email protected]://www.holyrosarycathedral.org

  • HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL PARISH | WWW.HOLYROSARYCATHEDRAL.ORG

    MASS SCHEDULESunday MassesSaturday 5:10 pm anticipated MassSunday 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am,

    12:30pm, 5:00pm, 6:30pm in Spanish; 8:00pm

    Weekday MassesMonday to Friday 7:15am, 8:00am,

    12:10pm, 5:10pm

    Saturday 7:15am, 8:00am, 12:10pm

    CONFESSIONSMonday to Friday 7:45am, 11:45am,

    4:45pmSaturday 7:45am, 11:45am, 4:00 to 5:00pm

    DEVOTIONS & ADORATION

    Sunday Vespers 4:00pm Morning Prayer Mon to Sat 8:30am

    Rosary Monday to Saturday11:40am, 4:40pm

    Chaplet of the Divine Mercy Fridays 3:00pm

    Prayers to God the FatherTuesdays at 4:00pm

    Adoration of the Blessed SacramentFirst Friday 12:45pm to 5:00pm

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Cathedral Parish OfficeOffice Email [email protected] Address 646 Richards Street,

    Vancouver BC V6B 3A3

    Rector Fr. Stanley [email protected]

    Parish Secretary Angela BurghardEmail [email protected] Phone 604-682-6774, ext. 5Fax 604-331-8406

    Pastoral Associate Bertilla WatanabeEmail [email protected]

    READINGS - 28th SUNDAY in ORDINARY TIME

    -First Reading: Wisdom 7.7-11I accounted wealth as nothing in comparison to wisdom.

    -Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 90R. Fill us with your love, O Lord,

    That we may rejoice and be glad.

    -Second Reading: Hebrews 4.12-13The word of God can judge

    the thoughts and intentions of the heart.

    -Gospel: Mark 10.17-30Go, sell what you own; then follow me.

    WEEKDAY READINGS - ORDINARY TIME

    Monday October 12 # WeekdayRom 1.1-7 / Lk 11.29-32Tuesday October 13 # WeekdayRom 1.16-25 / Lk 11.37-41Wednesday October 14 # WeekdayRom 2.1-11 / Lk 11.42-46Thursday October 15 # St. Teresa of JesusRom 3.21-30 / Lk 11.47-54Friday October 16 # WeekdayRom 4.1-8 / Lk 12.1-7Saturday October 17 # St. Ignatius of AntiochRom 4.13-18 / Lk 12.8-12Sunday October 18 # Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary TimeIs 53.10-11 / Heb 4.14-16 / Mk 10.35-45

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  • OCTOBER 11, 2015 TWENTY- EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    DEAR PARISHIONERS and VISITORS:

    In Canada, we celebrate Thanksgiving day on Monday, October 12. Most people plan get-togethers on this week-endwith family and friends. It is important to thank people who carefor us, assist us and support us. Speaking words of gratitude toeach other and showing it by our actions deepens and strengthensour relationships.

    On the spiritual level, being grateful and thankful to God isvery important. Psalm 92.1 says it is good to give thanks to theLord, always and for everything. St. Vincent de Paul often saidthe grateful heart doesnt want for anything because you cannotbe both grateful and unhappy at the same time.

    On this Thanksgiving weekend, let us rightly give thanks toGod for the blessings He gives us: family, material goods, ourCatholic faith and parish, health, our citizenship, the forgivenessof sins and other graces from God. The Eucharist is the greatestprayer of thanksgiving we give thanks to the Lord at Mass forall He has done for us especially His saving death andresurrection.

    May we also resolve to be even more committed to show ourgratitude to God by sharing our blessings with others . The 2015Project Advance appeal is an excellent way for us as members ofthe Archdiocese to share Gods gifts to us with others who havereal needs. Our Cathedral parish benefits as well through therebate program which returns offerings to Holy Rosary once ourshare of the Archdiocesan program is covered.

    If you have participated already this year in the ProjectAdvance appeal thank you! If you have not so far, we plan tosend you a letter soon inviting you to make a sacrificial offeringto Project Advance. When you receive it please prayerfullyconsider your participation.

    Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgivingweekend . . .

    Fr. Galvon

    PARISH NEWS & EVENTS

    -SUNDAY SOCIAL: please join us at Rosary Hall forcoffee, tea and light refreshments after the 9:30am &11:00am Mass. Meet and visit with fellow parishioners andvisitors to the Cathedral.

    -Weekly Programs for Adults 50+:

    Tuesday Bible Sharing 10:30 to 11:30am.

    (Please note, there will be no Bible Sharing Class Tues. October

    13 and 20)

    Thursday Gentle Chair Yoga 10:30-11:30am.

    For more info please call Shirley 604-879-8295.

    Prayer of Thanksgiving

    Almighty God of all mercies,

    Father, we Your unworthy servants,

    Give You most humble and hearty

    thanks for all Your goodness and loving

    kindness to us and to all your people.

    We bless You for our creation,

    preservation, and all blessings of this life.

    But, above all, we thank You for Your

    infinite love in the redemption of the world

    by our Lord Jesus Christ, for the means of

    grace and the hope of glory.

    And, we pray, give us a due sense of all

    Your mercies, that our heart may declare

    Your praise not only with our lips but in our

    lives, by giving ourselves to Your service and

    by walking before You in holiness and

    righteousness all our days;

    Through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom,

    with You and the Holy Spirit, be all honor

    and glory world without end. Amen.

    Holy RosaryCathedral 2015-2016

    Concert Seriespresents

    Cathedral Organist

    Denis BdardVariations and

    Passacaglias

    Friday November 6 / 8 pm

    Tickets: $20/$15

    Variations on religious or original themes have always

    been an important part of organ repertoire. This

    concert, which will include the magnificent

    Passacaglia and Fugue by J. S. Bach as well as

    music by Frescobaldi, Buxtehude, Guilmant, Bdard

    and others, will feature some of this repertoire,

    ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century.

    Performance visible on a giant screen.

    Information and tickets: 604-682-6774, ext. 5

    [email protected] www.holyrosarycathedral.org

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  • HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL PARISH | WWW.HOLYROSARYCATHEDRAL.ORG

    Handmaids of the Lord, a group associated with

    Couples for Christ, invites you to share the joy and love of

    Christ through a series of talks and fellowship through a

    Christian Life Program starting today, Sunday, Oct. 11,

    from 2 - 4pm at the Holy Rosary Upper Hall (music room).

    For information contact Grace at [email protected]

    Eucharistic Ministry Workshop

    Wednesday October 21, 7:00-8:30pm

    If you are a registered parishioner at Holy Rosary and

    have a sincere devotion to the Holy Eucharist, this may be

    the ministry for you. Pick up an application forms at the

    church entrance or the parish office and drop off

    completed forms at the parish office. For more information

    contact Shirley at 604-879-8295.

    -The Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher,

    Lieutenancy of Canada Vancouver, cordially invites you

    to witness the solemn Ceremony of Investiture into the

    Order on Saturday October 24, 2pm, at Holy Rosary

    Cathedral. Following the Investiture will be a High Mass

    celebrated by Archbishop J. Michael Miller and several

    Clergy members of the Order. Everyone is welcome!

    -CHORISTERS NEEDED!

    Can you read music? Do you

    have some experience singing

    in a choir? W ould you like to

    sing master-pieces of sacred music (Gregorian Chant,

    Palestrina, Victoria, Byrd, Mozart, Gounod, W illan, etc.)?

    The Cathedral Choir sings on Sundays at the 11am Mass

    and we are looking for more singers (SATB), especially

    men. W e are a friendly and welcoming group who also

    strives for excellence.

    Interested? For more information and to arrange an

    audition please contact Music Director Denis Bedard at

    [email protected] or 604-322-5995, or speak with

    Denis after the 11am Mass.

    Prayers for the Sick: Please pray for Diana Marcela

    Ulloa Ramirez, Antonie Gabriel, Donna Hossack, Emilsen

    Calderon, W endy Vazquez, Ruth Leon Solana, Maria

    Rosa Lopez, Julio Esponda Solana, Yvette Simon, Melvyn

    Thomas Lee, Julie Sanderson, and all who are ill,

    recovering from surgery, and those whose names we may

    not know, and are in need of our prayers.

    WHATS ON AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE

    4th Annual Archbishops Dinner

    Thursday Oct. 29 at the Hyatt Regency

    Proceeds of this dinner will benefit the formation

    of future priests in the Archdiocese of Vancouver.

    For tickets please call 604-683-0281, www.rcav.org/

    Climate of Change: Symposium on Laudato Si

    Join Mayor Greg Robertson and Archbishop J. Michael

    Miller on Wednesday Oct. 21 from 6:30 to 9pm at the

    John Paul II Pastoral Centre, 4885 Saint John Paul II

    W ay, for a dialogue on Laudato Si. They will be joined by

    representatives of First Nations, Environmental Groups,

    Charitable Organizations and Faith Communities to

    explore how Laudato Si might help give new energy t