Here you will find a small selection of links.
Prayer to St. Joseph
Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary. To you God entrusted his only Son; in you Mary placed her trust; with you Christ became man. Blessed Joseph, to us too, show yourself a father and guide us in the path of life. Obtain for us grace, mercy and courage, and defend us from every evil. Amen.
St. Jude's Parish
Follow us on Facebook, where you'll find our Masses livestreamed.
Register for formed.org.
Type K6A 2M1, select St Jude's & Our Lady of Divine Love, and then click Next.
Enter your name and your email address, and then click Sign Up.
Follow their directions to complete registration.
The Church has begun a Synod; an opportunity to listen to the People of God. Click here to see an explanation by Archbishop Marcel.
Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall
The website for the Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall.
The Friday Facts newsletter.
The Unbound Ministry for deliverance and freedom.
Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
The website for the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB).
The liturgical calendar for 2020-2021.
The liturgical calendar for 2021-2022.
A useful online version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
The latest Encyclical Letter, Fratelli Tutti ("Brothers All"), released on 4 October 2020, on fraternity and social friendship.
The Holy See archive, with links to the Bible, the Catechism, the Code of Canon Law, and Vatican II documents.
The website for the Holy See.
Truth and Reconciliation
Update on Projects and Resources for Education Regarding Indigenous Peoples
"Where are the Children Buried?" by Dr. Scott Hamilton
St. Francis Xavier Catholic High School
Mr. Nicholas Ali, the school chaplain, has set up this website for prayer intentions, faith-based questions, reflections and links.
Other Prayer Resources
The saint of the day. The saints interceded for us and give us an example. It's good to get to know the saints now so that we can look forward to meeting them in heaven.
The Mass readings of the day, as provided by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). They use the New American Bible (NAB) instead of the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), so the translation is a little different than what you'll hear from our lectionary. However, their website allows you easily to get the complete readings for today or a different date.
The Breviary online. Clergy say the Breviary every day, but lay people are permitted the devotion as well.
A novena to St. Jude. You can use this anytime, but we start the novena on 20 October and conclude on his feast day of 28 October.