Holy Redeemer Parish
P.O. Box 1108  A2H 6T2

Lectures Schedule
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 Sunday Bulletin


May 08, 2022

Weekend Masses - Saturday 6:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Reconciliation: Saturday 1:00 p.m to 2:00 p.m. or upon request

Mass During the Week : Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Mass followed by Exposition and Benediction

Although Mass is offered for everyone, the presiding priest agrees to pray for particular intentions which have been requested. You may also add special intentions in a book provided. Weekday Mass Intentions will reschedule in the event of a funeral or when the schools are closed due to inclement weather.



To assist those in need -638-9010




MARY’S KITCHEN - Friday 4:00 to 5:30 at Holy Redeemer Parish lower level. 


IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY SCHOOL is a privately funded school dedicated to educational excellence in a Christian environment. It is operated independently of the Diocese of Corner Brook and Labrador by the Catholic School Foundation of Corner Brook Inc. For more information about the school and its mission go online to www.ihmschool.ca




Mass Intentions: * Rescheduled
Saturday, May 7th - 6:00 pm...Mass of Thanksgiving

    Late David Boutcher, intention for Jeff Boutcher

Sunday, May 8th - 11:00 a.m...For all our Parishioners
Sunday, May 8th - 5:00 pm...Late Phonse Delaney
Monday, May 9th - 9:30 am...Late Edith Hackett
Tuesday, May 10th - 9:30 am...Late Michael Blackmore
Wednesday, May 11th - 9:30 am...Late Geraldine Walsh Rendell
Thursday, May 12th - 9:30 am...Late Joe Lyver
Friday, May 13th -9:30 am...The Joyce and George family
Saturday, May 14th -6:00 pm...Late Jackie Griffin

Mass from Monday to Friday will now be celebrated at the Cathedral at the regular time of 9:30 am.

C O V I D - 1 9 And Mass Celebrations: masks are highly recommended; hand sanitizer is available. At Communion the priest
will continue to wear a mask. No shaking of hands at the sign of peace. Offer peace by a nod or wave of your hand.

THE EASTER SEASON: The great fifty days of Easter. Each day during this entire period is a time of great rejoicing. The Easter Season runs until the Solemnity of Pentecost.

Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Hope Wiseman who died this week. Let us remember her at prayer.

MAY IS THE MONTH OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY: As the Mother of God, we believe she plays a role in obtaining blessings and graces for us. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen. The Knights of Columbus  will lead the Rosary every Sunday after 9:30 am Mass at All Hallows during the month of May.

BIBLE STUDY WITH BISHOP BART: will be held on Thursday, May 12th at 7:00 pm At Hallows Parish in the lower level. All are welcome. PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DATE - for this week only

CONFIRMATION - Confirmation will take place on Sunday, May 15th at 11:00 am at Holy Redeemer Cathedral.

SACRED HEART PARISH VARIETY CONCERT: Sunday, May 15th at 7:30 pm at St. Mary’s Anglican Church Basement, with Midnight Crescent, Kyra Adey, Jim Parsons and the Griffins. Admission is $10.00. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE: The executive meeting will be held Monday, May 16th and the regular meeting with be held Thursday, May 19th. Both will be held after morning mass in the lower level of the Cathedral. New members are welcome.

MEMORIAL CELEBRATION OF LIFE: The CWL of Holy Redeemer Parish is organizing a memorial celebration of life for those who passed
away during the COVID pandemic. The event will take place on May 24th, from 7-8 pm at the Holy Redeemer Cathedral. Bishop Bart will preside at the memorial celebration. The Memorial Celebration of Life is open to all parishioners of Holy Redeemer Parish and not just the CWL members. To participate in this event you must call Lillian at 639-7455 by May 21st and give her the name of your loved one to be remembered. Further instruction will be given at that time.

KITCHEN PARTY CELEBRATION: The Kitchen Party was a huge success with a great attendance. $1965.00 was raised from this fundraiser for the parish. The door prize was won by Edna Kearney, the bottle was won by Fr. Terry and the 50/50 draw was won by Patricia Kennedy. Thank you to the Griffins and to Woody and the Peckers for the fabulous hank to all who helped in any way

JOB OPPORTUNITY - SUMMER STUDENT: The Parish Office is looking for a student for the summer months of June, July and August. The candidate would require knowledge of computers and Simply Accounting, typing is also a requirement. Please send resumes to

CWL FATHER’S DAY BOOK SALE: The annual book sale will be held in June in the parking lot of Holy Redeemer Cathedral. If you have any books you would like to donate to the book sale, you can drop them off at the church or call Lillian at 639-7455 to arrange pick-up.

RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE: open after the 5:00 pm Mass on Sundays.

VOTIVE CANDLES: $5.00 at Cathedral.

BAPTISM SEMINAR: To have your child baptized, call the Parish office at 634-5161. Due to Covid - 19, Baptism is done by appointment only and is for parents and God-parents. We offer an update on the meaning of this Sacrament together with a practical walk through of the liturgy.

DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE: we will hold our Newfoundland and Labrador Regional Assembly on Saturday, May 14 from 9:30am to 12:30pm NT virtually via ZOOM. For technical questions regarding
the registration, please direct them to Patricia Walsh Warren, Animator for Newfoundland and Labrador, pwalsh@devp.org. We thank you for your continued support of Development and Peace and we look forward to providing you with good information and
opportunities for good dialogue with our membership during this 2022 Regional Assembly season.


1. Opening Prayer

2. Introductions
3. Reports from the Dioceses

4. Report from our Provincial Animator

5. Brief update on National
By-Law amendment.

6. Resolutions
7. Update and consultation on Orientation Assembly

8. Other

9. Closing Prayer

In solidarity and peace, Archbishop Peter Hundt and Tim Turner. National Council Members
of the Atlantic Region

4 YOUTH: The month of May is dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God. Catholics have a long tradition of approaching Mary through a variety of devotions, the most popular of which is the Rosary, in which 50 Hail Mary’s are recited while meditating on the mysteries of the life of Christ. There are many other prayers that we use to ask Mary to intercede on our behalf, such as the Angelus, which recalls the Annunciation and the Incarnation of the Son of God in Mary’s womb. Many devotions have developed over the centuries in honour of Mary under different titles, such as our Lady of Lourdes on Perpetual Help. There are many feast days in the liturgical year devoted to Mary. To learn more about Mary, try watching the video
Mary in 2 minutes by Busted Halo or watch the Rosary in 2 minutes.

FAMILY CATHECHETICS - Classes begin 6:30 pm & are conducted via Zoom. Contact Denise Rumboldt, Family Cathechetics Coordinator at 634-5161 (office) or 634-3506 (res) or

Year 2 - Wednesday, April 6
Year 4 - Tuesday, April 12
Year 5 - Wednesday, April 13
Year 6 - Thursday, April 14

Year 1 - Monday, June 6

ADVANCE NOTICE: Cemetery Masses
Mount Patricia Cemetery - Tuesday, July 26th at 7:00 pm
Townsite Cemetery - Wednesday, July 27th at 7:00 pm.

In the event of rain, the mass will be held at Holy Redeemer Cathedral.

CALENDER TICKET DRAW: Thank you to all who sold tickets and to those who purchased tickets. This weeks winners are:$500.00 Joan
Kennedy; $250.00 Paula Duke; $100.00 Tracey Pardy, Tammy Goulding/Marie Small, Helen Madore

SCAM ALERT: If you are contacted by phone, email or text by one of our clergy telling you that “they are busy in a meeting and if you could please buy some gift cards for them to give away”, it is a SCAM

REVELATION - CONSOLATION FOR THOSE WHO SUFFER: The visions John is given, during his forced exile on the rocky outcrop of
Patmos, address the real sufferings that he and the Seven Christian Churches he was serving have been enduring. Whereas some members have fallen away or have grown discouraged as a result
of the trials and tribulations the early Church was called to suffer, others are bolstered by the knowledge that theirs are the sufferings of Christ and the way they are called to draw near to him in witness to their faith. John’s vision in chapter 7 speaks of those who have already paid the ultimate price for the sake of Christ and those who will do so from all tribes and nations of the earth, from the beginning to the end of time. Theirs is not a passive death, finally succumbing to the ravages of time or disease, but a glorious death in testimony to their faith. Their celebration overflows with Joy, not in what they have accomplished, but what God has done for them in the gift of his only begotten Son. “They will hunger no more, and thirst no more, the sun will not strike them, nor any scorching heat; for the lamb at the centre of the throne will be their shepherd, and he will guide them to springs of the water of life, and God will wipe away
every tear from their eyes”(Rev 7: 16-17) Let us, therefore, draw strength from the lamb who was slain, who shepherds us, in our time of trial and suffering for the sake of the Gospel and in the
active living out of our faith.

MOTHER’S DAY: Today we remember, with gratitude, our mothers who have played such a role, by their love and sacrifice, in seeing us on our way. We also remember those who have gone before us that they may know eternal happiness in the Kingdom of God.





Sunday Masses - Saturday 6:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Reconciliation: Saturday 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. or upon request

(in the sacristy)

Mass from Monday to Friday will now be celebrated at the Cathedral at the regular time of 9:30 am.

Although Mass is offered for everyone, the presiding priest agrees to pray for particular intentions which have been requested. You may also add special intentions by letting us know in advance. Weekday Mass Intentions will reschedule in the event of a funeral. When Mass is cancelled as schools are closed due to inclement weather, the Mass will be celebrated via Live-Stream.





Irving Benson and Jessie Carter were married on October 24 in the church. So ends a friendship that began in their school days.

Ladies, don’t forget the rummage sale. It is a good chance to get rid of those things now worth keeping around the house. Bring your husbands.





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