Please click on the picture above or click here to see our Capital Campaign brochure with Bishop Lopes’ new message
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN 2016
O Lord and heavenly Father, strengthen us, we beseech thee, in love to one another, and increase in us the love of thyself. Deliver us from self-seeking in the work that we undertake for thee; and grant us grace faithfully to serve thee with one heart, mind and soul in the fellowship of thy Church on earth, that rock upon which we build, that hereafter we may be united in the communion of Blessed Mary, Our Lady of Walsingham, and of all thy saints; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Click below to hear Fr Kenyon discuss the Capital Campaign on EWTN’s Morning Glory show on St Patrick's Day 2016.
This Week at Saint John’s
Monday 20 June (St Alban, M)
7 p.m. Low Mass
Tuesday 21 June (St Aloysius Gonzaga, Rel)
11.30 a.m. Low Mass
Wednesday 22 June (Ss John Fisher, Bishop & Thomas More, Ms)
10.30 a.m. Low Mass
Thursday 23 June (Ss Hilda, Etheldreda, Mildred & All Holy Nuns)
11.30 a.m. Low Mass
Friday 24 June (THE NATIVITY OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST)
11.30 a.m. Low Mass
Saturday 25 June (Our Lady on Saturday)
10.30-11.15 a.m. Confessions | 11.30 a.m. Low Mass
Walsingham Guild follows (Talk on Fr Alfred Hope Patten
and the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham)
Sunday 26 June (TRINITY V)
8.30 a.m. Low Mass | 9.25 a.m. Holy Rosary
10 a.m. THE PARISH MASS
The Walsingham Guild
This new initiative - inaugurated by Bishop Lopes on Saturday 7th May - is intended to foster a greater sense of unity between St John's and the Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham - the National Catholic Shrine of Our Lady in England, the spiritual home and source of all devotion to Our Lady of Walsingham. The Guild exists to promote devotion to Our Lady of Walsingham, and to encourage pilgrimages to her shrine. In addition to these works, the Guild will meet monthly for Mass, a talk, and a simple soup and bread lunch.
Membership of the Walsingham Guild is open to all who have a devotion to Our Lady of Walsingham, and a key benefit includes membership of the Walsingham Association in England, founded in 1933, and which has 50 branches throughout the country. Our Guild will be the first overseas branch. Futher information on the work of the Association can be found here, and Guild members will share in the spiritual and real benefits of the Association. Members are invited to say daily recommended prayers, to support the work of the National Shrine, to plan and promote pilgrimages, study days, talks and activities, and to spread devotion to Our Lady of Walsingham. Annual membership is $20 single, and $35 family. Please contact Fr Kenyon for further information.
St John the Evangelist, Inglewood
ST JOHN’S is a friendly, family-oriented and welcoming Roman Catholic community, worshipping in one of Calgary’s oldest churches, located in historic Inglewood, the oldest neighbourhood in the city. Today Inglewood is a vibrant arts and culture-filled district with over a hundred shops, boutiques and eateries, attracting locals and tourists alike.
The former Anglican parish was founded in 1905 (as part of the Church of England in Canada), and the present church dates from 1911, a living tribute to the work and ministry of the parish’s second rector, The Reverend Canon Gervase Edward Gale. It was designated as a Municipal Historic Resource in 2010.
Rooted in orthodox Catholic teaching and practice our worship is infused with our noble Anglican liturgical, musical and spiritual patrimony, as reflected in our liturgy, preaching and teaching. At 10 a.m. on Sundays the Parish Mass is a Solemn Mass, celebrated ad orientem at the High Altar with incense, and includes hymns, plainsong and a homily. Mass lasts about 1 hour and 30 minutes, and a Nursery and Children’s Liturgy are in place for toddlers and children. Refreshments follow the Parish Mass in the Cross Hall, adjacent to the church.
Low Mass is celebrated daily in the parish: Mondays at 7 p.m., Tuesdays at 11.30 a.m., Wednesdays at 10.30 a.m., Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 11.30 a.m. Low Mass is also offered at 8.30 a.m. on Sundays. Confessions are heard on Saturday mornings from 10.30 to 11.15 a.m., and a priest is available to hear Confessions after all weekday Masses, by request.
We are a young and growing parish, celebrating the joy of what it is to be Catholic. We strive to make disciples of all nations, and are deeply conscious of our call to help heal the unhappy divisions in Christendom. We rejoice in the historic gesture of Pope Benedict XVI in giving us the opportunity to enter the fullness of Catholic life in communion with the Apostolic See whilst retaining elements of the patrimony of our Anglican tradition as a precious gift “nourishing the faith of the members of the Ordinariate and as a treasure to be shared.”
is the generous response of the Holy Father to the many requests that have been submitted to the Holy See from groups of Anglican clergy and faithful in different parts of the world who wish to enter into full, visible communion with the Catholic Church. The Apostolic Constitution opens a new avenue for the promotion of Christian unity while, at the same time, granting legitimate diversity in the expression of the Catholic faith.
Please note that we are a Roman Catholic community, in full communion with our Holy Father, Pope Francis. You do not have to have had any association with Anglicanism in order to attend any of our Masses or services. All Roman Catholics are permitted to receive Holy Communion at our Masses, and are most welcome to share in our life and fellowship.
If you are eligible, and wish to become a member of the Ordinariate, please complete the form at the following link here and submit as per instructions on the form.
The Church of Saint John the Evangelist · 1423 8th Avenue S.E., Calgary, Alberta, T2G 0N1, Canada · Telephone: 403.764.6827