Catholic Women's League
Founded in 1920 by Bellelle Guerin in Montreal
Objective: Develop women's leadership skills through prayer and charity
Motto: Faith, Service and Social Justice (service to God and Canada)
Meeting: Monthly on the 4th Tuesday at 7pm in the Parish Hall: includes prayer bible study, and build Christian family life.
For more information, please contact Jean Anderson at 613-680-2823 or by contacting the Parish Office at email@example.com
For more information, please contact Gail Cantwell at 613-722-7661 or by contacting the Parish Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cursillo is a worldwide lay movement of the Church which started in Spain in 1944. The Cursillo weekends are held at Notre Dame de la Providence Retreat House in Orleans.
Cursillo gives those who attend a weekend an understanding of basic Christian truths and the desire to journey with Christ. During the three days, a priest and a team of 13 lay men or women (weekends are not co-ed) give a series of talks on Christian living.
For more information, please contact Bernie Reilander at 613-820-2228, or contact the Parish office at email@example.com
If you are in need of assistance with food please visit the Britannia Woods Food Pantry at 115 Ritchie Street, Unit 9 (bottom floor).
The Food Pantry serves those living within our parish boundaries and is open Tuesday night 6:30-9:30 pm, and Friday morning 9:30-11:30 am. Please contact the Food Pantry at 613-829-3696.
Our team of volunteers from St. Vincent de Paul help to service the clients of the Food Pantry
For more information, please contact the Parish office at 613-722-7661 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Knights of Columbus
Our Lady of Fatima Council #9742 was formed in 1988. Our members put in many hours running events and other activities to raise funds for our many charities, to enhance the social life of our parish community, and to assist our pastor with many temporal and spiritual activities in the parish.
We are always looking for new members and welcome inquiries from interested men. Membership is open to practical Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who are at least 18 years old. A practical Catholic is one who lives up to the commandments of God and the precepts of the Church.
Any member of the council will be happy to discuss the Knights and our Council with you.
For more information please visit our Council Website or contact Doug McKenzie (613-808-5176)
Ladies of Fatima
All women of the parish are considered to be part of the Ladies of Fatima. Ongoing events include Coffee Sunday (3rd Sunday of the month after all Sunday morning masses), Lenten Pauper Supper, dinner for CNIB, Strawberry Social, annual Bazaar...and more!
This fun, dedicated group of women also provide financial support to various worthwhile causes. New members most welcome.
For more information, please contact Joan Comba at 613-828-7091 or email@example.com
Our Lady of Fatima Church, dedicated to the Mother of God, seeks to fulfill the call of Jesus to "Come, follow me," to be true worshippers of the Father and to love one another as Christ has loved us.
As a consultative body, the Council advises and assists the Pastor in the building up of a caring Christian community and facilitates the accomplishment of the parish mission.
Please feel free to contact the Council if you have any comments or suggestions by contacting Zenon Slodki at 613-722-7661 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Legion of Mary
Our Lady of Fatima Legion of Mary was established in 1972. Under the direction of our Pastor, we visit Carlingview Manor and New Orchard Lodge weekly, assisting the Catholic residents to and from Holy Mass.
Those residents unable to attend the Mass are ministered the Holy Eucharist in their rooms. A growing number of shut-ins are visited in their homes weekly by our home visitation team and Catholic literature and rosaries are provided.
Weekly meetings are Wednesday after 9:00 am Mass.
For more information about the Legion of Mary, visit legionofmaryottawa.com
Please contact Linda Wicker at 613-820-9735 or email@example.com to inquire further.
The Parish Finance Council, in conjunction with the parish priest, attends to the temporal affairs of the parish: revenue, expenses, repairs, construction, contracts, sales, purchases, employee relations, salaries etc.
Please feel free to contact the Council if you have any comments or suggestions by contacting Tim Grieve at 613-721-7661 or firstname.lastname@example.org