Fianl date to purchase tickets for our Breakfast with Santa and Children's Christmas concert is Sunday December 8, 2013. We will be selling tickets in the church hall from 9:30 till noon and after the noon mass. Please ensure you purchase your tickets in advance as we will not be able to sell tickets at the door.
Click the link to view pictures from Holy Rosary's 90th Anniversary Gala Dinner held on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the Convention Centre. You can also order prints of any of the pictures. http://immagine.ca/holy_rosary_90th
Typhoon Haiyan Emergency Relief for the Philippines The Philippines is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world and it has seen its share of typhoons – but nothing like super Typhoon Haiyan. The strongest storm on record to make landfall, this super Typhoon surged through a wide path of destruction that included some of the poorest parts of the Philippines. Its deadly winds swept away villages, affecting 10 million people, with 4 million homeless and over 5000 deaths.
Development and Peace Fall Action Campaign 2013 A Voice for Justice: An Ombudsman for Responsible Mining In this Sunday’s bulletin and at the display table at the rear of the church, you will find information and an action card that we ask you to sign, that calls on the Government of Canada to take action to establish an ombudsman for the mining sector.
“When the wealth in our country is built on the backs of others, our wealth is our shame.”
Development and Peace is launching its new fall education campaign, A Voice for Justice, in response to increasing reports from mine-affected communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America that are experiencing conflict, pollution, forced displacements and other negative impacts from the presence of Canadian mines.
A Voice for Justice calls on the Government of Canada to establish an independent ombudsman for the Canadian extractive sector that can investigate complaints brought by communities overseas where these companies operate.
An ombudsman would be a strong voice in Canada for those whose rights are being violated by Canadian-owned mining companies. As such, there is still an international accountability gap where those who are harmed by the operations of Canadian companies find themselves unable to seek recourse anywhere: not in their own countries, not in international tribunals, and not in Canada where these mining companies are based and registered. This campaign is a call to action from our partners in the global south. For more information on this theme “A Voice for Justice” please check out the Development and Peace website www.devp.org
Development and Peace
Development and Peace is launching its new fall education and awareness campaign, A Voice for Justice, in response to reports from mine-affected communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America that are experiencing conflict, pollution, forced displacements and other negative impacts from the presence of Canadian mines.
Canada is the top country in the world with the most mining projects in every continent, and many cases have been documented pointing to our mining companies that do not act in an ethical manner when conducting mining operations abroad.
A Voice for Justice calls on the Government of Canada to establish an independent ombudsman for the Canadian extractive sector that can investigate complaints brought by communities overseas where companies operate.
To learn more about our fall 2013 campaign, please go to our website at www.devp.org
Sacrament picutres from June 2013 are ready for pick-up. You can pick them up on Sundays between 10:30 and noon .
Children's Catechism classes restart on Sunday September 15, 2013 at 11:00 am. You can register and pay online or register in person on Sunday September 8, 2013 from 10:30 to Noon and 1:00 to 1:30 pm. A parent information session with Father Sam and Julia Stiller will be held on Wednesday September 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Development and Peace, Solidarity Sunday, March 17, 2013
As the Lenten period comes to an end, Development and Peace reminds us the faithful, to make our annual donation, for those who have not done so already, to support its urgent development needs abroad.