Pastor: Father Mel Bayron
34 South Alder Street, Campbell River (Map)
250-287-3498
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

"Called to holiness, we dedicate ourselves to the ongoing
mission of Christ, through the celebration of the sacraments,
evangelization, and service to others."

Mission Masses

2nd Saturday - Tahsis @ 9:30 am

2nd Saturday - Gold River @ 12:00 pm

3rd Sunday - Sayward @ 3:00 pm

'Amid trials and storms,
do I cling to Christ?'


 

Confessions
Saturday - 4:15 to 4:45 pm
Wednesday - Thursday - Friday
15 minutes prior to morning Mass
or by request

 

Adoration
Wednesday 9:30am to 8:00pm

Fridays 8:30 –9:30 Holy Hour

Bookstore
Open after each Sunday Mass
and before Saturday 5:00pm Mass.
 

 

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“He ordered them to take
nothing for their journey except
a staff; no bag, no money in
their belts; but to wear sandals
and not to put on two tunics.”

Mass Schedule

N.B. Confessions Saturdays at 4:15 PM or call Father Mel.

The Sunday 9:00AM Mass is live streamed
and may be accessed by clicking HERE.

July 15th - July 21st

Monday - 7:00 PM Mass for INT Geoff Stubbs offered by Kathleen Haverty

Tuesday - 10:00 AM Mass at Yuculta for + Doris Wolter

7:00 PM Mass for + Ted & Rose offered by the Netzel Family

Wednesday - 9:30 AM Mass for + Serna Dionesia Sajolan offered by the Mader Family

Thursday - 9:30 AM Mass for + + Nora Mulhall offered by the Mulhall Family

10:30 Mass at Berwick INT For her family & all families at Berwick offered by Anne Fleming

Friday - 9:30 AM Mass for + Rosalinda Saldivar offered by the Mader Family

Saturday - 5:00 PM for INT SVDP Donors offered by Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Sunday - 9:00 AM Mass INT For All Parishioners

11:00 AM Mass for + Augustine Edwin offered by Annette Edwin

Coffee is available after Masses on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays in the Kenny Room. All are welcome to join in fellowship.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL WELCOME KITS - The Saint Patrick’s Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society has provided Welcome Kits to people in need for over ten years. Thus far this year they have helped 24 adults and 17 children in need.

Requests for Welcome Kits come only from Social Workers, Case Workers, House Managers of transition housing and Rehabilitation Supervisors and not from the general public.

To view and/or download a list of items needed to assemble each Welcome Kit please click HERE. If you are able to provide any of the items listed, they would be most welcome. Items may be left outside the St. Vincent de Paul room situated just inside the lower entry from the parking lot and to the left.

NEWS FROM THE KITCHEN If you have taken any linens home to wash, Thank you. Could you please return these items to the kitchen by the end of June. Could one member from each group using the kitchen refrigerator or freezer please clear out your items by June 30 so all can be cleaned. Thank You! Sincerely, Squeaker, the kitchen mouse.

St. Patrick’s grounds need weeding! If you would like to help please contact the office at 250-287-3498 or call Anna at 250-926-0211. Come on down!

A BIG THANK YOU to all who volunteer their time to beautify the church gardens and grounds. You and your efforts are much appreciated!

MAINTENANCE GROUNDS KEEPER needed for lawn mowing and trimming. Please contact the church office if you are interested. 250-287-3498

‘HELPING HANDS’ NEEDS HELP to COVER COSTS of food to feed the poor on Wednesday evenings. Please donate if you are able to CWL Helping Hands, Recipe Book on sale after each Mass as part of fund raiser for Helping Hands or call 250-923-9220 to send an e-transfer.

St. Patrick’s Bookstore needs some help. Please call the office 250-287-3498 or contact Christine Doknjas if you are interested.

PRIVATE DEVOTION - Sunday Night Prayers All are invited to Sunday Night Prayers beginning at 7 PM in the Sanctuary. The prayers are traditional and consist of the Rosary, Marian Prayers, Chaplet of Divine Mercy, hymns, and Litanies. Prayers last about 40 mins. All are welcome.


JUNE 2024 NEWSLETTER

WHO WE ARE – OUR HISTORY - WHERE WE ARE – WHAT WE DO

WHO WE ARE: The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is Catholic lay organization, and a registered non-profit charitable organization with the following:

Vision: We embrace the world in a network of charity, serving Christ in the suffering, poor and marginalized.

Mission Statement: To live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy.

Values: To see Christ in anyone who suffers, to come together as a family, have personal contact with the poor and to help in all possible ways.

OUR HISTORY: Our Society was founded in France in 1833. Founder was Frederic Ozanam, a French Catholic literary scholar, lawyer, journalist and equal rights advocate. Our Society is named after Saint Vincent de Paul, an Occitan French Catholic Priest, who dedicated himself to serving the poor in the 1600’s.

WHERE WE ARE: We exist in 154 countries around the world. In Canada SSVP is made up of regions, and these regions are made up of conferences and councils. SSVP of Vancouver Island has 2 distinct geographical locations (North and South), with 11 Island conferences, a Particular Council and an Administration Office. Our Lady of Guadalupe Conference operates out of St. Patrick’s Parish in Campbell River, and serves individuals and families in need locally, with outreach to 4 remote, north island communities.

WHAT WE DO: The work of our Society nationally, regionally and locally includes:

Personal Visits,
Food Assistance,
Material Help,
Help for Youth,
Housing,
Social Justice and
Emergency Relief.

WANT TO LEARN MORE?..... VOLUNTEER?.... DONATE?

SSVP CANADA
● ssvp.ca

VANCOUVER ISLAND
● ssvpvancouverisland.ca

OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE CONFERENCE, ST. PATRICK’S PARISH, CR
Contact:
● Sheila Keats, President email: paulbert@telus.net / Phone: 250-203-2817
● Paul Bertrand, Vice President email: paulbert@telus.net / Phone: 250-204-3312

INVITATION TO ADORATION Adoration will begin with Mass every Wednesday at 9:30 am. All are invited to attend the Mass and participate in Adoration until 8 pm. “Jesus, I Trust in You…"

Bottle Recycling continues on on Saturdays from 10 AM - Noon.

Funds raised to date towards the building fundand Youth Group $59,294.00

Thank You!


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