Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Parishioners raise funds to restore Our Lady icon

Father Richard Luberti, CSsR, welcomes back 'old friend' originally put in Point Grey church in 1948
Since 1948, an icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Help has provided a focal point for prayers and intercessions at a Point Grey parish. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

Charity feeds Liberian children despite Ebola crisis
Mary's Meals volunteers prepare food as part of the charity's emergency response work in Liberia. Photo submitted.
An international aid organization is providing food to 80,000 schoolchildren in Liberia while the Ebola virus continues to take a toll on that country. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Montreal brings Rebuilt team to Canada
In the presence of Archbishop Christian Lepine of Montreal (right), Bishop Thomas Dowd congratulates Paul Donovan, former Loyola High School principal. Donovan received a bishop's award for his role in defending religious liberty in Canada. Photo: J. Cooper (CCN).
Do you want to rebuild your parish? Then get ready to "step out of your comfort zone" and focus your energy on disciple-making, the pastoral team from a Maryland parish told 600 faithful at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral Nov. 13. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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