Paroisse St. Isidore Parish, Plamondon & St Thérèse Parish, Breynat
Our Parish Mission Statement
“To worship in word and sacrament, to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus and to serve those in need, in order to advance God’s Kingdom on earth”.
Regular Celebration of Sunday Mass in Breynat – 4:00PM
Regular Celebration of Sunday Masses in Plamondon – Sunday 11:00AM;
Regular week day schedule in Plamondon – Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, Rosary 8:40AM, Mass 9:00AM.
*Exception in Plamondon – The first Friday of the month, adoration and mass are held at 7PM
Knights of Columbus and CWL Community Garage Sale – click here for more information
Effective June 5, 2022 – Restoration of the Sunday obligation for Catholics
“Now public pandemic restrictions have been lifted for public gatherings, including public worship. Therefore, to return to the normal Catholic pastoral care of your lives of faith, hope and charity and with gratitude for the decrease of danger to public health caused by COVID-19, I hereby restore the Sunday obligation for Catholics starting on Sunday, June 5, 2022, the Solemnity of Pentecost. As has always been the case, anyone with a “serious reason” or a “grave cause” is excused from this obligation.”
Current Highlights – Parish & Events
Activities – Kindergarten to Grade 8.
This is only the beginning, come and see all the reflections & prayers, spiritual activities, games & quizzes, videos & songs (and more!) available to you! 5000+ resources.
Inspire your young Catholic Children on the Road to Heaven, by reading Books/Magazines/ Newletters “See attached” …
2019 & 2020 Parish Annual Meeting & Pastoral Reports available
Current Highlights – Diocese
Articles and U tube commentaries
Teachings on Jesus Real Presence in the Eucharist – Utube Commentaries
Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist- Bishop Baron 2020 Religious Education Congress –1 hour 12 min
We are one body in Christ; from a sermon by Blessed Isaac of Stella, abbot
THE HOUR THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE by Father Mike Schmitz “Click here for the link”This video by Father Mike, explains with confidence, the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, please share this link with your friends. (Deacon Jerry)