HTP Connection – June 19, 2024

There is still time to RSVP for the HTP Change Makes Bar B Que Celebration tomorrow night! This event is open to all who volunteer here in the parish. Don’t miss out! Join us on Thursday, June 20, from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in the Church Hall.

Please RSVP by completing the Google Form HERE. 
Gluten Free and Vegetarian options will be available.
Please join Fr. Tim, Fr. Yves and the staff of HTP as we celebrate YOU with great food, lots of laughs and fun and prizes

Summer Fun for Grades P-5

Come Feed your Faith this Summer with our food-themed Vacation Bible Camp! Youth who will be in Grade Primary through Grade 5 in the 2024-25 school year are invited to join us during the week of July 22-26 for a week of stories from the scriptures teaching us all the ways God feeds and cares for us! We’ll learn all about God’s love through skits, songs, crafts, games, and of course, food! Registration is required to participate. Contact Alex Craven at for more information or to help out that week! To register please fill the ONLINE registration form.

Farewell Manas

Please keep Manas in your prayers as he heads back to Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit to continue his studies this fall. Manas will be here for all the weekend masses and we encourage you to take some time after mass to say thank you and goodbye, or hello if you haven’t had a chance to meet him yet! We will have a basket available in the foyer for those who might like to drop a card or gift. Safe travels next week; we will miss you Manas!

Lost and Found

Can’t find your favorite ball cap, water bottle, sunglasses, or triceratops? Try checking our lost and found above the coat rack in the main foyer. We will be clearing out the lost and found on July 1, so grab your goodies as soon as possible.

No Options, No Choice

Nova Scotians at their most vulnerable deserve doctors who are willing to advocate for them. On May 24, 2024, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia (CPSNS) passed their policy which requires doctors to participate in euthanasia and other controversial procedures. Our province now has the most restrictive legislation in Canada. 41 courageous doctors have signed letters declaring they cannot abide by this policy. Our government has made healthcare a priority. With over 157,000 patents on a waitlist for primary care, we can’t afford to lose even one more doctor. You have made your voice heard by reaching out to your MLA. Now is the time for the government to intervene so that they can prevent the harm being caused by this policy. Please support our doctors’ online campaign: Write your MLA today and make your voice heard! Use the QR code or click HERE.

Archdiocesan News: For the latest news from the Halifax-Yarmouth Archdiocese click here.