Recent News and Events - December 2018

Bishop Crosby's Heart to Heart
Dec142018

Bishop Crosby's Heart to Heart

"ONE BLESSED NIGHT" were the final words of the Christmas Canata, The Birth of Christ, which was presented to a sold out audience at the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King last Friday evening. The story was told of that "Blessed Night" two thousand years ago, and in the telling, the evening itself was blessed once again!...


Second Sunday of Advent<br/><em>Gospel - Luke 3.1-6</em>
Dec092018

Second Sunday of Advent
Gospel - Luke 3.1-6

In today's Gospel, we hear about St. John the Baptist and his important role in preparing the way of the Lord. We invite you to read the Advent Resource on the Second Sunday of Advent, paired with the illumination of the Baptism of Jesus from The Saint John's Bible.


Pope's December prayer intention: In the service of the transmission of faith
Dec062018

Pope's December prayer intention: In the service of the transmission of faith

In his prayer intention for the month of December, Pope Francis calls us pray that people, who are involved in the service and transmission of faith, may find, in their dialogue with culture, a language suited to the conditions of the present time, in their dialogue with people's hearts, and above all, by listening.


Highlights: 2018 Advent Hymn Festival
Dec052018

Highlights: 2018 Advent Hymn Festival

On Sunday, December 2nd, the First Sunday of Advent, parishioners from across the Diocese filled the pews of the newly renovated St. Augustine's Parish in Dundas for the Advent Hymn Festival, presented by the Hamilton Diocesan Choir.


Additional Clergy Appointments
Dec042018

Additional Clergy Appointments

The Most Reverend Douglas Crosby, OMI, Bishop of Hamilton, announces the following clergy appointments, effective January 14, 2019 unless otherwise indicated.


First Sunday of Advent<br/><em>Gospel - Luke 21.24-36</em>
Dec022018

First Sunday of Advent
Gospel - Luke 21.24-36

In today's Gospel, Christ challenges us to look up and see, as there are signs of his coming everywhere - and they are beautiful. We invite you to read the Advent Resource on the First Sunday of Advent, paired with the illumination of The Transfiguration from The Saint John's Bible.