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NO 9 AM MASS – Saturday June 29 and Monday July 1.

PARISH PICNIC – Sunday, July 14, 1-4 pm (cold/hot beverages will be available after 1:30 pm, meals served from 2:30pm to 3:30pm) at Queen’s Park in New Westminster. Meal choices are: beef burger (with/without cheese),
BBQ chicken breast or salmon burger. Tickets will be on sale, today after mass until Sunday, July 7, 5 pm. Tickets: Adults $ 10, children 4-7 $ 5, family of 4 or more $ 30. There will be activities available for everyone to participate in, so please come and join us! SORRY! NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER SUNDAY, JULY 7, 5 PM.

PRO-LIFE SUNDAY COLLECTION – JUNE 16 amounted to $ 610.00. Thank you for your donations. This money will be distributed between Campaign Life Coalition, Birthright, Burnaby Pro-Life and other Pro- Life Groups.

PARISHIONERS TAKING PART IN VARIOUS MINISTRIES – please pick up your new schedule from the Vesting Room.

THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS would like to thank all those who supported our “Pennies for Heaven” drive at Pancake Breakfasts during the past year. We raised $ 425.03, which will be used for the education of seminarians.

CONGRATULATIONS TO: Devine Calanog and Tim Salvacion III who were awarded the Knights of Columbus bursaries.

THE CWL would like to CONGRATULATE Devine Calanog and Wilhelm Gavino for winning the CWL Bursaries.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY: We need at least a new member, only one meeting per month. For info and details call Paul at 604-526-0014; Jan at 604-521-0856 or Terry at 604-936-7738.

Thomas Merton and Henri Nouwen: Dr. Michael Higgins will teach a one week course on the lives and work of Thomas Merton and Henri Nouwen at the Vancouver School of Theology, July 8 -12. Registration/Info contact Dr. Patricia Dutcher-Walls 604-822-9804; email patdus@vst.edu.

THE VIRTUE OF HUMILITY AND STEWARDSHIP
Humility does not mean that you think less of yourself; that serves no purpose. God wants you to use your gifts well, for your own needs, and at least as well for the good of others. Acknowledging that life itself, and all the good things in life, are God’s gift, is an expression of humility. Knowing that God gives you your talents and abilities for the greater good, as well as your own needs, should give you a ‘healthy humility’ and the God- grounded confidence to boldly and generously share your gifts in ways that give glory to Him.

PROJECT ADVANCE UPDATE – “OPEN WIDE THE DOOR OF FAITH”
A BIG THANK YOU to all parishioners who contributed towards Project Advance. St. Peter’s Diocesan Goal: $ 32,500. # of Pledges: 115. Amount Collected: $ 33,018.00. Now that we have reached the Archdiocesan Goal for St. Peter’s Parish, any amount raised on top of the pledged goal comes back to the parish as a rebate. If a parishioner would still like to contribute towards Project Advance, they can do so by filling out a brochure from the church entrance, contact the parish office Monday – Friday, 9 am to 12:40; 2 – 4 pm or online at www.rcav.org.

BUILDING FUND: A BIG THANK YOU to all parishioners who contributed towards the Building Fund Campaign.