We will be gratefully accepting non-perishable food items or monetary donations on Saturday, June 6 from 10:00 am to 12 Noon in the church parking lot!  Food drive is for parishes of Sacred Heart & Lac Ste. Anne!

As if it wasn’t bad enough in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, cybercriminals are sending emails and designing websites to trick people into clicking on malicious links. Clicking on these seemingly helpful resources might actually install malware on your computer, which is designed to help steal personal data and information from users' systems. Do not click on any links in these type of email messages! These phishing emails typically use the COVID-19 virus as a lure in the subject line; the text tries to claim news about the infections or the virus itself. Some emails claim to be from the WHO or other reputable organizations. Some offer a link to a coronavirus map of the recipient's neighbourhood, or offers on purchasing a mask or a sanitizer, or an update on how many people have been infected around the world. Try to visit only reputable and trustworthy websites by typing the correct URL into your browser if you know it, or by using a reliable search engine, such as Google, to find the site for you.

An Act of Spiritual Communion.  When unable to receive Holy Communion, one could make a Spiritual Communion. This is a prayer in which we ask our Lord to come to us in the same way He would if we were able to receive the Sacrament.

My Jesus, I believe that You are truly present in the Holy Eucharist. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there, and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen

St. Alphonsus Liguori (A.D. 1696-1787)

  A Prayer for Spiritual Communion

 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, public celebrations of the Mass have been cancelled until further notice. We invite you to join us each Sunday at grandinmedia.ca/livestream, where we will livestream Archbishop Smith's celebration of the Sunday Mass from St. Joseph Basilica to your computer or mobile device. 

We have moved the livestream to GrandinMedia to avoid stability problems that have sometimes strained this older caedm.ca site when unusually high volumes of people are watching. You can also find the livestream on our Facebook page @archedmonton.

It will also be broadcast on Telus Optik TV Channel 8915

If you want to view the Mass later in the day, recorded videos can be found on the Archdiocese of Edmonton Youtube Channel. 

 As long as public masses are cancelled, there will be live streaming mass. You will find one at different times on https://www.facebook.com/archedmonton/. Or click on the link below for list of online masses on the archdiocesan website and Grandin Media.

https://caedm.ca/PastoralScene/entryid/787/find-a-livestream-mass-during-covid-19-restrictions