Parish Announcements and Activities
Please see the link to the Diocesan Website (under the links tab on this website) for access to a letter from Bishop Miehm to the
Lay Faithful regarding the COVID 19 Pandemic.
Watch Mass live from Our Church
Every week, we are excited to offer a livestream of our Friday 9:00AM & Sunday 10:45AM Mass from St. Paul’s Church in Norwood.
As long as you have internet, you are able to watch Sunday Mass from home. To watch Mass, type in www.facebook.com/stpaulnorwood.
There, you will find a ‘play’ button to watch Mass. You are asked not to try this until about two minutes before Mass, otherwise you may struggle
to find the ‘play’ button. Please share this good news with members of our community who may wish to see their church and to join us virtually.
HOW TO STAY CONNECTED TO OUR PARISH DURING COVID
Mass will be livestreamed from St. Paul’s on Friday at 9:00 am and
Sunday at 10:45am. www.facebook.com/stpaulnorwood
Facebook Page: In an effort to connect with parishioners and with members of the community who do not go to Mass, there is a St. Paul’s Parish Facebook page. To connect to this page, please click on the link on the website.
Norwood Lions Spring Fundraisers
Norwood Lions are selling Nursery grade Trees, 4 varieties (Sugar Maple, Red Oak, Ivory Silk Lilac and Shademaster Honey Locust). Trees are
approx. 8 feet tall. Price is $185 tax Included. Need to pre order by Monday, April 5. Available for pick up Saturday, May 8th . We also selling Rain
Barrels, starting at $60.00 tax included, Pre order by May 28th , Pick up will be Sat, June 5th. Details available at RainBarrel.ca/Norwood.
Any questions you can contact parishioner, Lion Barry Walsh @(705) 639-1212.
Mass for the Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord from the Cathedral of St. Peter-in-Chains in Peterborough, ON
+His Excellency Most Reverend Bishop Miehm celebrates the Mass for the Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord at the Cathedral in Peterborough. (March 28, 2021) The YouTube link below will be live starting on Saturday, March 27, 2021, at 4:00 p.m. https://youtu.be/YWxNNrTerhY
Development and Peace's Virtual Way of the Cross – Good Friday
This year the Development and Peace Way of the Cross invites us to reflect on the need to share love and to develop greater social fraternity in
light of Jesus’s passion, death and resurrection.
Please join us on Good Friday, April 2 at 12pm (EST) for this online event to pray the stations together with staff, members and friends of
Development and Peace. This event will be recorded.
To register: http://bit.ly/2QoVBuh
Lenten Foodbank Donations: All Foodbank donations delivered to our Churches are forwarded to the Foodbank locations (Norwood & Havelock). A great effort for donations during Lent makes a great renewing of supplies for our Community Foodbanks. Your “Giving” makes a Big Difference! Foodbank cheque donations can be made to the Asphodel-Norwood Ministerial Association PO Box 413, Norwood, ON K0L 2V0. or for Havelock P. O. Box 635 Havelock Ont. K0L1Z0 or they can call Barb Woods 705-778-2356 or they can be placed in the Offertory.
Due to the restrictions of the amount of people in the Churches, we are asking that you register for the Good Friday & Easter Masses. You may register on Eventbrite by clicking on the link on the website (https://www.saintpaulandourladyofmountcarmel.com)
or call the office at 705-639-5524.
We are now in the red zone. Our Church can have only 30% capacity. It is important that we follow our parishes COVID-19 protocols. Your cooperation during this time is sincerely appreciated.
Masks: Masks must be worn at all times. You may only remove your mask when consuming the host.
Journey through Lent - a video series produced by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB)
As we continue to experience the pandemic's challenging realities, the CCCB hopes that Journey through Lent will be a source of deep
spiritual solace and insightful pastoral preparation for those looking for meaningful ways to prepare for Easter. The CCCB is grateful to
Bishop Gerard Bergie and Archbishop Marcel Damphousse for their generosity in preparing and recording these spiritual and pastoral reflections. To access the videos please copy the link below.