Welcome to
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
 112 North Foord St., New Glasgow, NS  B2H 5G7  ph 902-752-4822  

Pastor:  Fr. Barrett Clare-Johnson
                  Fr Barrett's office:  Office door entrance is located on the side
                                             of the Glebe that's connected to the church.   
                                            Messages can be left in the mailbox to the right
                                            of the door.  For an appointment,  please contact
                                            Fr. Barrett directly by calling 902-755-3688
                                            Call or text 1-902-304-2140 or

 OLOL Parish Office:
                                           Phone: 902-752-4822
                                           Fax:  902-752-4826               

SUMMER  Hours:     Wed: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
 **Bulletin Notices** must be submitted to the parish office
by Wednesday at 4:00 pm

Find us on FaceBook
  August 26th, 2018, Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time        
Celebration of the Eucharist
    Pastor: Fr. Barrett Clare-Johnson
    ph 902-755-3688 (glebe)  1-902-304-2140 (cell)

             Sat     Aug   25     5:30 pm    Kathy Skoke-Fortin (deceased)

             Sun     Aug   26     9:00 am       Parishioners
                                              11:15 am    Jean & Clarence Elms (living)
   Mon     Aug   27     9:00 am   Phillip Graham (deceased)
                                                                               (Memorial of St. Monica)
                                                                  Continuous Rosary for
                                       "Vocations to the Priesthood" 9:30 am to 10:30 am

Tues     Aug   28        10:00 am       MASS AT THE VALLEY VIEW VILLA   
 (Memorial of St. Augustine)

             Wed    Aug    29     9:00 am   Gerry & Cindy Pettipas (living)
   Memorial of the Passion of St. John Baptist----followed by
                                                                                      Eucharistic Adoration  9:30 am to 10:30 am
             Thurs   Aug   30     ***2:00 pm   Funeral Mass of Elwin Layes***                                    

             Fri       Aug    31    9:00 am     Kendall & Arlene Higgins (living)

         Saint Spotlight: 

Passion of Saint John the Baptist
After John’s birth, his father Zechariah spoke Isaiah’s prophecy, ‘Benedictus’ (Luke 1:68-79), saying that his son John would prepare the way of the Lord.  Luke writes that John lived alone in the wilderness until the Word of God came to him, then began to travel around the countryside, preaching a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins, thus fulfilling the prophecy of Isaiah. 
     In his zeal, John reproved Herod the Tetrarch for, among other things, living with Herodias, his brother’s wife; the ruler had him imprisoned.  On Herod’s birthday, Salome, the daughter of Herodias, danced, and Herod was so impressed he told her to ask for whatever she wanted.  She consulted her mother, who told her to ask for the head of John the Baptist on a platter.  Herod could not refuse to honor his oath.  The news of John’s death soon reached his disciples who came for the body and laid it in a tomb. 



From  the  Pastor's  Desk:

Jesus is our Example


In the Old Testament, God makes evident his commitment to the people of Israel. God’s glory shines, and God dwells within us; in the hearts of his children.
What does “God-dwelling-within-us” mean?

     Psalm 85 provides some beautiful images: “Steadfast love and faithfulness will meet; righteousness and peace will kiss each other.  Faithfulness will spring up from the ground, and righteousness will look down from the sky.”
God-dwelling-within-us means faithfulness.
Yet, God’s glory only dwells-within-us when we open our hearts to it.   How would we feel if we gave someone a gift, and he or she did not open it? 

     God’s glory dwelling-within-us is a gift given – but it must be opened to have the benefits.  It must be embraced!  There needs to be gratitude, not an attitude of entitlement with this taken for granted and set aside.  Psalm 85 tells us, “Surely his salvation is at hand for those who fear him, that his glory may dwell in our land.”  Here, "fear" does not mean "servile fear" (the fear of getting in trouble).  It ought to be understood as "filial fear" (the fear of offending someone whom one loves).  While the Old Testament uses the word “fear” often in this relationship with God, it is more of a reverence; a standing in awe, not a run and hide fear. 

     In Matthew 23:1-12, this commitment; this relationship is a very personal relationship.  We can learn from what teachers and instructors teach, and help us to understand the deeper meanings; however, Jesus clearly warns not to follow their example: “The scribes and Pharisees sit on Moses’ seat; therefore, do whatever they teach you and follow it; but do not do as they do, for they do not practice what they teach.”  The frailties of teachers and instructors are not different from our own.  We must look beyond their behaviors to what is the truth.  What is truth?

  Jesus tells us, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life” (John 14:6).  Jesus is our example. All of us – teacher or student or teacher/student – must read the gospels.  What did Jesus say?  What did he do?

     All of us must all strive to live as Jesus did.



I hope everyone enjoyed our beautiful hot summer!

Soon our students will be heading back to school.

Thus, we are taking this opportunity to introduce our

2018-2019 Religious Education Program

so that our schedule can be incorporated
into the students' school curriculum.
Our current Religious Education program (approved by

the Diocese of Antigonish) is in it’s third year and has

established successful results to date.  This positive

outcome is greatly due to the program's Manual text

book content and step by step instructions that allow

our instructors' to teach with ease and confidence.

  The student workbooks provide various fun ways for

our young Catholics to discover their Faith on each

grade level.

Workbooks will be provided for each student.

 2018-19 Religious Ed Program


Sunday,  September 9, 2018

Between Masses------Beginning after the 9 am Mass

                               and before the 11:15 Mass begins

                            (drinks and snacks will be offered)

Cost of registration is $30.00 per student

(Payment plans will be available)

We welcome and appreciate anyone one who could

spare an hour to help us teach our future Christians

Yours in Christ,

Laurena,   Religious Education Coordinator

phone 902-921-1972    email


Wildfires in Telegraph Creek, BC – Urgent Appeal for Aid

Your Eminences / Your Excellences’,

As you may have already heard, there have been wildfires in Telegraph Creek, British Columbia, that have severely impacted the community, including the total loss of the church building and rectory. Gratefully, there have been no deaths since the residents have been evacuated.

On behalf of the Most Rev. Héctor Vila, I am forwarding to you a copy of his letter dated 8 August 2018. In his letter, Bishop Vila gives an update of the situation and requests aid, whether through prayer, material assistance, or provision of services, especially from the neighboring dioceses/eparchies and communities.

Sincerely yours in Jesus with Mary,

Msgr. Frank Leo, Jr.

General Secretary

Loss of Church & Wildfires in Telegraph Creek, B.C.:
Please pray for this situation and assist in any way possible.
Any financial assistance will be appreciated very much.
Please make cheques payable to "Our Lady of Lourdes Parish"

NOTE: please write "Telegraph Creek"  on the memo line of your cheque.
Drop your donation in the weekend collection basket.   Please include your church envelope # and your donation will be included in your 2018 income tax receipt.  If you do not have an envelope number and require a receipt, we will need a complete name and address in order to issue and mail a receipt.  
The parish will then forward the total of all donations on behalf of our parishioners to the Diocesan Business Office.   Once the business office receives donations from all parishes in the Diocese, one cheque will be issued and sent to the
"Diocese of Whitehorse"



Prayer Corner:    Please pray for Cecilia Greencorn,
Jaime Legresley, Ashley Legresley, Myla MacDonald,
 Patricia Jerrett, Vickie MacLeod, Leo Fahey, Doris Mae Malcolm, Theresa Aoss (Fitzgerald), Mary Dyer, Agnes Ryan, Herbert Henderson, Stephen Henderson, Marg Worthen, Marilyn Judge, Ivor Stewart, Pat McKinnon and for all the sick.

Sympathies and condolences are offered to the families of
Elwin Layes and James Andrew Baxter.   If there is someone sick who would like his/her name added to the prayer corner, or if someone who is listed in the prayer corner recovers or dies, please contact the Rectory at 902-755-3688 or 1-902-304-2140

Mondays at "Our Lady of Lourdes"

The Continuous Rosary
for "vocations to the Priesthood"
is prayed from 9:30 am  to  10:30 am 
"The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, ask the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest"  (Matthew 9:37

Parish News and Notes

Weekend Collection:  for August 19th, 2018

               Weekend  Collection Envelopes        $ 1,875.00
                                   E-transfers                      160.00
                                  Loose  Offerings              242.60
                                     Other Receipts               128.20
                     Total  Collection  Income    $  2,405.80
# of envelopes used:  99

Other Receipts
                          Votives & Literature       $   116.80
                              US deposit ($5.00)              6.40
                            Initial Offering                     5.00
           Total  Other  Receipts            $  128.20

Capital Projects Funds as of August 19th,2018   
 Total: $181,223.20
  Debits: -$94,088.58
  True Bank Balance: $87,134.62

Parish Pastoral Council Chair:   Alex MacInnis  902-752-3198
Religious Education: Laurena Greencorn  902-921-1972
Liturgy: Teresa McKay  902-755-1542
CWL:  Bernadette Kellock  902-755-3817
Fund-raising: Darlene Taylor  902-755.3145
Cemetery: Paul Sutherland   902-396-8002
St Vincent de Paul Help Line:    Our Lady of Lourdes Area  902-7591389
                                                     St John the Baptist Area  902-771-2766

Parish Ministries Schedule: Sept 1st  and  Sept 2nd 

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: 
Scheduling: Brenda Duffy  ph 902-755-1312

Readers:                                                  Servers:
Scheduling: Julie Rodgers                                                    Scheduling: Angela Stroud
ph 902-752-2443                                                                  Ph 902-752-1832
Saturday Sept 1st
Sunday  Sept 2nd
Saturday  5:30 pm Sunday  9:00 am  Sunday  11:15 am

Extraordinary Ministers of

Holy Communion:

Carole Dunbar
Murray Dunbar
Laurena Greencorn

Van MacLeod
Peggy Lamey
Paul Sutherland

Kathleen Campbell
Mila Walst
Maricel Day




Peggy Lamey


Betsy Keay

Kay Bryan



Bernie McCarron

John Gillis

Lisa Turner


St. Joseph's Academy
now enrolling students for

Fall 2018 Kindergarten Program
Students must be 4yrs old before Dec. 31St, 2018
Offering two mornings (Tuesday & Thursday)
For more information call the school at 902-755-2644


Catechesis on the Family:
The Dicastery for Laity, the Family and Life is offering a free digital series of seven catechesis on the family on its website
and on its YouTube channel, PcFamiglia.


Statement by the Canadian Conference
of Catholic Bishops
on the findings of the
Pennsylvania Investigating Grand Jury
Catholics  across  our  country  are  rightly  ashamed  and  saddened  regarding  the  findings  of  the Pennsylvania  Investigating  Grand  Jury.  With Cardinal  Daniel  DiNardo,  President  of  the  United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, we reiterate the profound sadness that we as Bishops feel each time we learn about the harm caused as a result of abuse by Church leaders of any rank.
The  Bishops  of  Canada  treat  with  great  seriousness  instances  of  sexual  abuse  of  minors  and
inappropriate conduct on the part of all pastoral workers – be they fellow Bishops, other clergy, consecrated persons or laity.
      National guidelines for the protection of minors have been in place in Canada since 1992, which dioceses and eparchies across the country have applied in their local policies and protocols. This fall, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops will launch updated and expanded guidelines
promoting  the  safeguarding  of  minors  and  increasing  accountability  and  transparency  within Church leadership.
In communion with Pope Francis, the Bishops of Canada want victims to know that the Church is  on  their  side.  Those  who  suffer  are  the  Church’s  priority,  and  the  Church  wants  to  listen  to them and to learn from them.
The Catholic Bishops of Canada understand well how much these crimes can shake the faith and the  spirit of believers.  We  hope  and  pray  that  the  Catholic  faithful  will  assist  all  of  us  in  every way  to  create  safe  and  respectful  environments  for everyone,  especially  minors  and  vulnerable
adults in the Church and in all of society.
 Executive Committee Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
20 August 2018
 Other Church statements on this issue:
-  Pope Francis: Letter to the People of God, 20 August 2018  
-  Statement by the Holy See Press Office, 16 August 2018
Complete     text,

-  Joint  statement  by  Cardinal  Daniel  N.  DiNardo,  President,  United  States  Conference  of
Catholic  Bishops,  and  Bishop  Timothy  L.  Doherty,  Chairman,  USCCB  Committee  for  the
Protection of Children and Youth People, 14 August 2018


         BOOK SALE---
                 Thursdays & Fridays
          from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
         Saturdays from 10:00 am to Noon
       in the Sister Catherine Steele Center

Monthly  Meeting

Monday, September 3rd

at  7:00 pm


The CWL are still collecting stamps for
Development and Peace.
Stamps may be placed in the small basket at the back of the church.


Capital  Projects 



Our  Sad  News

Effective Sept 1st, 2018

Darlene Taylor

will be taking a leave of absence from her position as
"Chairperson for Fund Raising"
 due to personal and professional reasons.

Darlene has gifted us with her many talents by launching and  establishing fund-raising processes that will continue to sustain our parish with much needed financial income well into the future. 

In the meantime, the Parish is seeking someone to adopt and maintain our current
and on-going fund-raisers.

For more information please contact
Fr. Barrett (755-3688) or Russ Oehmen    (752-3045) about taking on this vital role.

 *Darlene*, for all the time and heart-felt love that you have given us and all the great projects that you have left us,
we thank you and
wish you every Blessing.
From:  Fr Barrett, Russ and ALL the Parishioners


  You're  gonna  LOVE  the

  return  of  the

"Country Music Jam"           

Tuesday, September 11th
For more information,

please contact

  Bernie McCarron

at 902-928-0426


Big Brothers Big Sisters
has many different programs to fit any schedule, something for everyone!
We have many children waiting for a Mentor
If you or someone you know may be interested in learning more, please contact:
or call 752-6260
Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter



Healing Mass
at Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Sydney River
Come join us for a special Healing Mass on Monday  September 3rd   at 7pm
After Holy Mass there will be prayer teams set up for individual prayer
Alan Gale (formerly from the group Four for the Lord) will be providing music that is praise and worship and very prayerful.  
Come out and join us!
Healing Masses will be held in the parish the
1st Monday of each month
(Every Mass is a healing Mass)
"Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed."

Pictou County "Y" Service Club Women

are having their 45th Annual Book Fair
at the Schooner Curling Club. 

This fundraiser is the largest for the Club and its success continues to provide much needed funds for the distribution to many needy Community Organizations, such as YMCA Youth, Bikes for Kids, Sheppard's Lunch Program, Food Bank, Christmas Boxes and many more.
The Book Fair will run daily 
beginning Tuesday  
Sept 4th   
through  to   Thursday 
Sept 13th
Donations of books are always accepted.
Thanks for your support



Merigomish United Church


Atlantic Canada’s premier five piece acappella vocal ensemble performing              

Friday  September 7th  at 7:30 PM

This group of highly trained singers will bring their exceptional blend and artistry to a wide variety of Renaissance music from England, Italy, France and Spain on this their
first visit to Pictou County

Tickets: $20       $5 for students
Available at H&R Music, LBR GAS BAR, Merigomish
or call Vickie at 902-926-2566


Mother of Sorrows Pioneer Shrine,  in Mabou
is celebrating their

"50th Anniversary

Sunday  September 9th 

The Continuous Rosary will start
at 1:00 pm at the Shrine and continue
until 3:30 pm
A Feast Day Mass will be
offered at 4:00 pm
with Father Bernie MacDonald
welcoming everyone to
St. Mary's Church
Following Mass, the St. Mary's  CWL
will be host tea and refreshments
in the Mabou Hall
Everyone is welcome!
For further information please call 902-945-2221


Bereaved Families of Cape Breton, helps people move through and beyond grief.  We are hosting a concert to raise the funds necessary to run our programs that serve the people in our community.
Make a Difference

Featuring:  "Men of The Deeps"

With special guests:   "Waterloo Regional Police Male Chorus"

When:     Sunday    September 16th   at 2 pm

Tickets:    $25.00 per person

Location:     St Marguerite Bourgeoys Parish 
                 40 Cabot St., Sydney
Tickets:  Debbie at 902-304-2116 or BFOCB 902-564-6795 you can also visit our Facebook Page and leave a message.
Come to this wonderful concert you'll be glad you did and you will be helping the people in our community who are grieving and in need of help.
Wynn MacNeil
Executive Director
Bereaved Families of Cape Breton
Helping People Move Through and Beyond Grief



Camp Bretondean Ecumenical Service

“Spread the Spirit on the Mira”

We want to continue to give today’s youth the experiences and memories of the Camp we treasure. We are pleased to be hosting our
Third Annual Ecumenical Service
“Spread the Spirit on the Mira”

Sunday September 16th  at 3:00 pm
at the camp  site , Hillside, Mira

It was very well attended last year, and we hope that many of our friends, former staff and Camp families,
Cursillo participants, and others will attend.

In this ecumenical service, we extend an invitation to new friends who, too, will create happy memories at our location. The purpose of the service is to remind old friends that we are here, and to make the wider community aware of the possibilities that await them at Camp Bretondean.
We ask for your prayers for our Camp, and the Ecumenical Service “Spread the Spirit on the Mira”.

The Most Rev. Brian Dunn,
Bishop of Antigonish
The Most Rev. Ron Cutler,
Archbishop of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

will again grace us with their presence,
along with other clergy from various denominations

There will be an opportunity for a free will offering.
This year the gates will open at 
10:00 am  to encourage families to plan their own picnic and explore nature on our vast grounds.
If you are so inclined, you are welcome to bring your own guitar or musical instrument along with your singing voice.
Please bring your friends and family, all are encouraged to attend.
Light refreshments, as well as tea and coffee, will be provided.
Please note: Although the Camp will have all of its chairs set up, you are welcome to bring a camping chair for your comfort.


Sweet Sounds of the Big Band
performed by "HubTown" 
directed by John MacLeod

Friday    September 28th  at 7:30 PM
Come and enjoy a cabaret–style evening in the
Sharon St. John United Church Hall
(19 and older)
Tickets $25  (includes dessert with tea or coffee)
now available at the church office (902-752-4943)




Diocese of Antigonish
Anniversary 175:

Three Regional Gatherings this autumn will open our year of events, which will also include Lenten parish missions and a diocesan-wide event for the Feast of St. Ninian, Sept. 16, 2019. 
Our Regional Gatherings will be held:
Oct. 13th  St. Ninian's Cathedral, Antigonish
Oct. 20th  St. Joseph 's Church, Port Hawkesbury
Nov. 3rd   Our Lady of Fatima Church, Sydney River

All celebrations are 9:30 am-2 pm. Lunch will be provided.
Join us at one, two or all three events to learn more of our history, discuss parish life and consider:  
How is God speaking to us now?
What are we being called to?
Watch for more details in our newsletters and on our website.
Saint Ninian, Patron Saint of the Diocese of Antigonish,
Pray for Us in our Anniversary Year’

(home of Saint Therese the "Little Flower") 

with Father Patrick O’Neill (St. Joseph Parish priest in North Sydney)

 Come with me on this FALL pilgrimage  October 13th-25th, 2018
SPACE IS LIMITED   Please contact Tom Lamey at 902-830-5010 or email at
PRICE determined to be approximately $3,990
Call or email Tom to BOOK YOUR can't wait BOOK NOW

2019  Colombia Mission Trip

Dates:  Jan 18th - 29th 

12-day  Colombia Mission to

Home for children who've been abandoned

Ages:  Young Adults  18 & up

Flights from Halifax to Toronto:
$1198.00  (Due Sept 17th)
PLUS ground fees: $600         

Contact:  Fr. Andrew Gillies  902-863-4846

St. Vincent de Paul Society:
St. Vincent de Paul Society at
Our Lady of Lourdes asks
you to support the work of
our conference with your
gift of prayer.  Please
consider  keeping  the needs
of the poor in your daily
prayer  and  join with us in
praying  the  following: “Father,
we ask that those whom we
assist find your gift of
confidence, courage and
peace by our concern for
their needs.  Lord, hear
our prayer.
Most Rev. William E. Power


Thinking about donating to Our Lady of Lourdes?: The Parish has three accounts: operating, cemetery, and Capital Projects. Cheques intended for Our Lady of Lourdes Parish operating account can be made out to Our Lady of Lourdes Parish. Cheques intended for the cemetery account can be made out to Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Cemetery, and cheques intended for Capital Projects can be made out to Our Lady of Lourdes Capital Projects. Thank you for your support

Prayer Group:
Our Lady of Lourdes has a dedicated Prayer Group that meets each Wednesday. Everyone (kids, teenagers, young adults, singles, parents, seniors) is encouraged to submit a request for a prayer intention by writing the intention out on a piece of paper and placing it in the Prayer Box located in the Grotto
(There is POWER in PRAYER)

Dear brother priests, deacons and laity,
As you are probably aware the new season for TV Mass for Shut-Ins will begin the first Sunday after Thanksgiving Weekend in October 2018 (October 14th). I am happy to say that the month of October is already booked up.  Looking for November and beyond.  We are in need of priests, deacons, parishes, choirs and groups to come forward to celebrate Mass.  We are the longest running TV program on CTV in Canada.  SO many depend on this Mass for Spiritual nourishment every week.  I receive SO many letters thanking our diocese for this Mass.  Please contact Mae Rowe and book a weekend live or taped.

I would like to invite you and your parish (or group such as CWL, KOC, etc) to come celebrate the Mass.  I also want to invite our retired priests to come on Mass for
Shut-Ins.  I would love to see priests outside of the CBRM to come.
We broadcast live on Sundays.
If that day is not possible for your parish or group we can pre-tape the Tuesday before at 6:30pm
at the CTV Studio on George Street, Sydney. 
We need Parish Priests, parish communities and groups to book a weekend Mass as soon as possible.  Last year we did very well but it was a slow start.  I ended up presiding at many Masses, we had to find congregations and ask choirs to come in and assist us.
So it is my hope that we will have many weekends booked before we begin in October 2018.
Thank you for the support you give to Mass for Shut-Ins.  I look forward to working with you and your parish or parish group in the near future.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.  My Glebe House number is 902-562-9810
For bookings please email or phone (902-539-6188 extension 222) Mae Rowe at the Pastoral Center

Father Patrick O’Neill
Producer CTV Mass for Shut-Ins

Please Note:  Either the 9 am Mass or the
11:15 am Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes church
will be videotaped for Eastlink TV
on October 14th and December 23rd. 
Please stay tuned for further information

In Our Deanery:         

St. John the Baptist: 

Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 9 am

Stella Maris:

Not Available

Holy Name:
Not Available


Please check Mass times on the Diocesan Website or call their parish office

Tune to CTV on Sundays
@ 11:30 am

New Donations Cards Available
in  Support of
Mass for Shut Ins

Mass for Shut Ins has completed its 55th season and will be back on the air in October 2018.   
It remains the longest running television program on CTV in Canada.  The Diocesan Pastoral Centre Office now offers donations cards to be given as gifts in celebration of  birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, promotions, retirements, weddings .....and so on. Cards are  available for purchase at the Diocesan Pastoral Centre, 200 Churchill Drive, Suite 103 in Membertou, Sydney.  All proceeds will go toward the productions costs of Mass for Shut Ins. Receipts will be provided.


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Thank you to our Sponsors!
             Their annual contributions make this bulletin and other essential parish work possible                       

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To contact us: 902-752-4822
Words for the Week:                

By embracing God’s love, we change the world and transform history. Love overcomes all difficulties. Love gives us the strength to carry on.
The Eucharist, Jesus the Bread of Life, is the beating heart of the Church and renews in us the impulse to love.
May the Holy Spirit grant us the grace of conversion and the interior anointing needed to express before crimes of abuse our compunction and our resolve courageously to combat them.

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition UPDATE
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Life Legal uncovers shocking facts about California assisted suicide law (Link).

Caring Not Killing (UK) welcomed Court of Appeal assisted suicide decision (Link).
Euthanasia increases by 30% in Canada (Link).
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More than 100 viewing codes were sent out for June 26 and Kevin Dunn sold-out at his Cineplex screening on June 25.

We have sold 700 Fatal Flaws DVD's and thousand's of pamphlets.
Order Fatal Flaws DVD's and the pamphlets (Link).

Order the Caring Not Killing pamphlets or the Shedding Light on Assisted Suicide pamphlets. Order information.

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