LITURGY OFFICE

COORDINATOR - MARIOLA M. GOZDEK

LITURGICAL COMMISSION
CHAIR - Rev. John Hibbard; VICE-CHAIR - Mariola M. Gozdek

HOW DOES SOMEONE BECOME A CATHOLIC?

If you are interested in learning about the Catholic Church, in what we believe and how we seek to live our faith in Jesus Christ, or if you would like to take steps to join us in faith, you are invited to contact a parish in your area PARISHES
You may speak to the parish priest or a member of the pastoral staff.  Those who have little knowledge of the Catholic faith and have not been baptized, are usually invited to participate in a process of formation in the parish which may take several months, culminating with the sacraments of Christian Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist) at the annual Easter Vigil.  This process is called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). Those who are already baptized in other Christian denominations, but who would like to enter into the Full Communion of the Catholic Church, generally follow a similar process, though it may be shorter in duration.  Those already baptized complete their Christian initiation in the Catholic Church by celebrating the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist. We are always eager to share our faith and so, welcome your inquiry!  We look forward to hearing from you.



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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • 10 March
    The Rite of Election

Archdiocesan Celebration of the Rite of Election
and Rite of Calling Baptized Candidates to Lenten Renewal

Sunday, 10 March 2019, at 4:00pm
St. Mary’s Cathedral, Kingston


Archbishop O’Brien will celebrate the Rite of Election with Catechumens from the Archdiocese of Kingston. After the testimony of their sponsors, pastors and team members, the Archbishop will publicly declare the Church’s approval of these catechumens, now called “Elect” for the Easter Sacraments.
At the same celebration, all Baptized Candidates seeking full communion with the Catholic Church will be called to Lenten renewal.
All parishioners are welcome to attend this special event and to support our new brothers and sisters in faith.
Refreshments will be served at St. Mary’s Parish Centre.

 

  • 30 March
    Archdiocesan Choir Practice
  • TBA
    Annual Workshop for Parish Musicians
  • 16 April
    Mass of Chrism
  • 29 August
    Annual Gathering of Parish RCIA Teams
  • 28 September
    Workshop on Sunday Liturgy of the Word with Children
  • 15-16 November
    Annual Archdiocesan Liturgy Conference

Organ Scholarships Available for Parish Musicians

The Royal Canadian College of Organists-Kingston Centre offers scholarships for talented pianists of all ages who would like to be introduced to, or/ and develop their playing skills on the pipe organ. Scholarships provide 10 hours of free organ lessons with a qualified instructor. The Kingston Centre receives financial support for these scholarships from the National RCCO office, local individuals and churches, and raises funds by sponsoring centre events. Each student has the opportunity to play in the student concert in late-winter and is invited to attend all local RCCO events. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kingston is sponsoring one these scholarships and encouraged you to apply. The application deadline is March 31. Auditions will be held for qualified applicants in April. Application forms and more information at www.rcco-kingston.ca or contact scholarships@rcco-kingston.ca or call the Liturgy Office at 613.548-4461.

 

MASS OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION AND ORDINATIONS TO THE PERMANENT DIACONATE
December 7, 2018
PHOTOS by Paul Hibbard
PHOTOS by Sharon Buffett

 


Dear Parish Musicians
The Royal Canadian College of Organists-Kingston Centre offers scholarships for talented pianists of all ages who would like to be introduced to, or/ and develop their playing skills on the pipe organ. Scholarships provide 10 hours of free organ lessons with a qualified instructor. The Kingston Centre receives financial support for these scholarships from the National RCCO office, local individuals and churches, and raises funds by sponsoring centre events. Each student has the opportunity to play in the student concert in late-winter and is invited to attend all local RCCO events. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kingston is sponsoring one of these scholarships and encourages you to apply, or inform others of this opportunity.  The application deadline is March 31. Auditions will be held for qualified applicants in April. Application forms and more information at www.rcco-kingston.ca or contact scholarships@rcco-kingston.ca. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me at anytime.
Best regards.
Mariola