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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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What better introduction could we have to prayer than the direction given to us by Jesus, who is the master of the art of prayer.  For Jesus the success of his daily activity flowed from prayer.  Our inbuilt thirst for God expresses itself in the fact that almost everyone would like to pray better.  However, […]

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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Most of us at one time or another, have experienced the fret and fuss of a Martha and Mary clash of temperament in the home.  But the problem with this gospel story is that we are not all at ease with Christ’s comment; Mary’s behavior seems so unfair.  And in the end, many people are […]

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Catechism registration

Catechism registration

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Catechism Registration:  Online forms are available on the parish website at: http://stpiusxpei.com/ministries-2/catechetics/catechism-registration-grades-2-9/ The link for registering children entering Grade One is: http://stpiusxpei.com/ministries-2/catechetics/grade-one-catechism-registration/ Registration forms are also available on the catechism table in the Church lobby and at the Parish Office. Registration fees are $20 per child or $40 per family. Online registration may be completed by placing the fee in […]

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VACATION BIBLE CAMP   2016

VACATION BIBLE CAMP 2016

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8th annual Saint Dunstan’s University Board of Governor’s Vacation Bible Camp We had a great response with the maximum of 60 children participating in the week of activities from 9am-3pm daily. Thank you to the 50+ volunteers from the parish who supported this year’s VBC.  Our volunteers provided daily snacks, prepared and served the snack each […]

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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The parable of the Good Samaritan is one of our Lord’s best known short stories.  However, the unlikely hero of the story turns out to be a Samaritan who acting out of shear love and generosity instead of a sense of duty, opened his heart and recognized a neighbor even in a despised Jew.  Neighborliness […]

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14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Christ sent his disciples ahead of him to announce, with a message of peace, that the reign of God was at hand.  The Church’s task of sending out missionaries is an urgent one and goes on in every age.    Even in Jesus’ time, he realized that the harvest of souls was countless, the opportunities for […]

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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The call and the cost of Christian commitment are heavily emphasized in today’s gospel where the life of discipleship and its qualities are laid out before us.  Since there is nothing about being a follower of Jesus that does not demand effort, discipleship is not something to be entered into casually.  For his own disciples, […]

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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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At a critical moment in his public ministry Christ puts a question to the apostles concerning his true identity.  Recognizing who exactly Christ is, and what he means in our lives, is undoubtedly a priority for all of us who call ourselves Christians.  We cannot hope to form a meaningful relationship with Christ, and dedicate […]

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11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Forgiveness is one of those words we bandy around without really thinking what it means.  It slips easily off our lips but rarely penetrates our hearts.  Deeds are far more eloquent than words.  The woman anointing the feet of Jesus is a great example of the sorrow for sin that leads to healing.  She shows […]

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10th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The mysterious beginnings of evil in the world and its consequences are poetically described in the familiar story of Adam and Eve’s fall from grace in the garden of Eden.  It’s a striking account of the way in which sin corrodes the relationship between God and people.  With one blaming the other, the whole sorry […]

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