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Daily Readings for July 4-11, 2021
Monday: Genesis 28.10-22al: Matthew 9.18-26
Tuesday: Genesis 32.22-3: Matthew 9.32-38
Wednesday: Genesis 41.55-57; 42.5-7a, 17-24: Matthew 10.1-7
Thursday: Genesis 44.18-21, 23b-29; 45.1-5: Matthew 10.7-15
Friday: Genesis 46.1-7, 28-30l: Matthew 10.16-23
Saturday: Genesis 49.29-31, 33; 50.15-26: Matthew 10.24-33
Sunday: Amos 7.12-15: Ephesians 1.3-14l: Mark 6.7-13
Daily Readings for July 12-18, 2021
Monday: Exodus 1.8-14, 22: Matthew 10.34 – 11.1
Tuesday: Exodus 2.1-15a: Matthew 11.20-24
Wednesday: Exodus 3.1-6, 9-12: Matthew 11.25-27
Thursday: Exodus 3.13-20: Matthew 11.28-30
Friday: Exodus 11.10 – 12.14: Matthew 12.1-8
Saturday: Exodus 12.37-42: Matthew 12.14-21
Sunday: Jeremiah 23.1-6 0: Ephesians 2.13-18: Mark 6.30-34
St. Patrick's Vinnies Thrift Store
St. Patrick's Vinnies Thrift Store is located at 362 Old Airport Road, across from the Bottle Depot. We welcome donations of gently used, clean clothes, shoes and housewares in person from Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm. No drop -offs!
St. Patrick's Co-Cathedral Parish
Yellowknife NT X1A 1T9
Phone: (867) 873-4880
Fax: (867) 873-4670
Thank you for supporting our Parish
At the request of many members of our parish community, this link has been established to ensure that those who want to continue to make regular donations in support of our parish have the opportunity to continue to do so. Thanks for your ongoing support!
Our Daily Prayer for Healing
We stand in prayerful solidarity with all those who hurt and who are suffering from the painful realities of residential schools. We pray for healing, for all who hurt and for reconciliation which honors the reality of all the injustices committed.
Let us as a community of Disciples of Jesus Christ, recite, daily, the following prayer for healing:
O God, we praise and thank You for the blessings of life in Canada, from your natural bounty and from the work of human hands. We ask you to open our ears to the truths about our collective history shared with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission by survivors of residential schools. We ask you to open our minds to the complex and subtle ways that past mistakes, arrogance, misuse of authority, and sinfulness have damaged our social fabric in ways we have barely begun to redress. We ask you to open our hearts that we may continue to listen even when the truth challenges us; that we may understand that we are heirs to a system that has shown itself capable of domination and cruelty, whether or not we personally contributed; that we may commit ourselves in all humility to do what we can and support the efforts of others to restore our ruptured social fabric. Amen.
. (from Catholic diocese of Saskatoon)
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