Good Shepherd Catholic Church
Giving Tree Project
The Giving Tree, designed originally to acknowledge our pews donors has grown with the support of the parishioners. It has a total of 300 satin brass “leaves” and an unlimited space for carved wood donor rock in the base. If you would like to support by sponsoring a leaf or a rock in memory of a loved one, to commemorate an important occasion, in thanksgiving or simply to support this project, please see Elvie Parayno or any of the wardens.
Welcome to Good Shepherd Parish. We invite you to explore our website and get a feel for our parish community. If you are not currently a member of the parish, we invite you to join us for the celebration of Mass or to join in any of the other activities that are offered through the church. Please feel free to contact any of the Priests, Pastoral Agents or the Parish Secretary for more information.
We hope that you join us for the celebration of Mass and for the other prayer and worship opportunities that we provide. Programs of Faith Education and Sacramental preparation for adults and children are also offered. The parish facilitates several Catholic Organisations, as well as a range of social activities for all ages.
Good Shepherd Parish is one of the eight Anglophone parishes that comprise the Saint John Paul II Pastoral Unit of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint-Jean-Longueuil.
Marriages must be arranged at least 6 months in advance. One partner must be Roman Catholic and a Marriage Preparation course is mandatory. Please contact the Parish Secretary 450 676 7577 or Christine Wright, Christine.email@example.com
If you would like a priest to visit someone who is sick at home or in hospital, please call the Parish Secretary 450 676 7577. You can also contact Fr Manus Bradley directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
By arrangement, Holy Communion can be brought by a priest or a Minister of the Eucharist to those who are unable to attend Mass due to infirmity.
Good Shepherd is a growing parish, we are always happy to welcome new parishioners. Our parish family is diverse and reflects the multicultural character of the area. We hope you find a place among us. In order to help us get to know you, please introduce yourself to one of the priests and register with the parish and give the Parish Secretary your contact details. Contribution Envelope boxes are available upon request.
Deadline for items to go into the monthly bulletin must be received no later than the 20th of the month before. Please make sure to send us an email to email@example.com.
THE LORD'S DAY MASS SCHEDULE
Family Rosary Hour
on hold until further notice
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
Adoration is the 1st Friday of each month for 1 hour following the 9:30 am mass
Please contact one of the priests directly to arrange.
Fr Manus Bradley firstname.lastname@example.org
Fr John Torrance email@example.com
Baptismal Preparation is required. Please contact the Parish Secretary.