Thank You for Making Our Sold-Out Turkey Supper a Success!
We wanted to thank you to each and every one of you for joining us on this wonderful evening! Your presence truly made the event a memorable one.
We would also like to express our appreciation to the dedicated volunteers who worked behind the scenes to make this event possible. Their hard work, commitment, and passion are the driving forces behind the success of our Turkey Supper year after year. Without their dedication, this event simply wouldn't be the same!
As we reflect on the success of this year's Turkey Supper, we look forward to many more opportunities to come together and celebrate as a community. Your continued support means the world to us, and we can't wait to see you at our future events.
Once again, thank you for making our sold-out Turkey Supper an unforgettable evening, and thank you to our exceptional volunteers for making it all possible.
Trunk Sale and BBQ: Thank you!
Thank You! Thank You!
Trunk Sale Success!!!
As mentioned last weekend, our Trunk Sale was a huge success! And that is because our Little Flower Family came together to make it happen.
The final monetary total is in! The Trunk Sale generated $ 2,570.51 in profit. The Organizing Committee want to thank all those parishioners who stepped forward with a helping hand. You have proven that we can be a vibrant parish!!
WHOSE HANDS ARE GOD'S HANDS BUT OUR HANDS
Please notice the new display at the back of the church. We are excited to show you how we have become a vibrant and active Parish. Each hand represents a volunteer from our congregation, and each finger shows their ministry at Little Flower. We invite you to take some time to read the names of our wonderful volunteers!
Return to Vibrancy
Saint Thérèse of Lisieux lived a hidden life and wanted to be unknown. Yet, she became popular after her death. She rapidly became one of the most popular saints. Pope Pius XI canonized St. Thérèse in 1925. Pope John Paul II declared her the thirty-third Doctor of the Church. St. Thérèse is the youngest person, and only the third woman to be so honoured.
St. Thérèse said:
“Our Lord needs from us neither great deeds nor profound
thoughts. He cherishes simplicity.”
For our food drives, please be mindful that we cannot accept packages that have been opened, items that are partially used or those beyond their expiry date.
Some items in need:
Your donation can be made to your parish by:
Through the Archdiocese:
In the Comments box, include your name, envelope number, and tell the office how you want the money distributed (building fund, regular collection, food drive, etc.).
You can also put your collection envelopes in a plain white envelope with "Little Flower Parish" on the outside and leave it in the parish mailbox outside the office door. We will record that donation as we normally would for the Sunday collection. Please use a cheque if possible, and not cash.
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Welcome To Little Flower
Roman Catholic Church
Little Flower parish was established in 1930, and today serves almost 500 families from our beautiful church near Regina's core.
Our mission: Little Flower, as a faith community, reaches out to all in service, compassion and love to fulfill our mission of proclaiming the gospel daily in word and deed.
Our Patron, St. Thérèse
I will spend my heaven doing good on earth. I will let fall a shower of roses.
Thérèse Martin entered a Carmelite convent at age fifteen. As Sister Thérèse of the Child Jesus, she lived a hidden life. She was just 24 when she died of TB. The world came to know her through her autobiography, The Story of a Soul.
She described her life as “a little way of spiritual childhood.” She lived each day with unshakable confidence in God’s love. What matters in life is “not great deeds, but great love.”
“My mission — to make God loved — will begin after my death,” she said. “I will spend my heaven doing good on earth. I will let fall a shower of roses.”
This is the reason St.Thérèse’s emblem is a crucifix covered with a profusion of roses. The celebration of her Feast Day is October 1.
Our Stained Glass Windows
The windows in Little Flower church were designed and manufactured by Rault Freres, of Rennes, France, and installed by Burns Hanley Co. Ltd. of Regina.