Monday, June 24, 2024
Social Notes

Shawville: Lyse Lacourse

Our deepest condolences to the Levesque and Stanley families on the loss of Alexander on April 8, 2020. He was the husband of Anne (nee Stanley). He was the stepfather of Marc Belair. Alexander was the brother of Margaret (late Ralph Durrell), Raymond (Lucette), Kathleen (Donald Belec), Poncho (Linda), Garry (Melanie), Irene (Roger Berubé), Hellen (Jean-Guy Soucie), Connie (Gerard Lebel) and Theresa (late Ron Soucie). He was the brother-in-law of Laurel (Bob Smith), Melanie (Denis Rivet) and Susan (Brent Barnaby).
Our thoughts and prayers to the Cave and Graham families on the loss of Lorraine Isabelle on April 15, 2020, peacefully at her Shawville home. Lorraine was the mother of Tracey Friesen (Dave) and Karen Burkhart (Matt). Lorraine was the grandmother to Matthew, James, Tyler and Colson. Lorraine was the sister the late Georgina, late Jack, late Elgin and is survived by Doug, Laird, Ruth, Bevan.
Our deepest sympathies to the Brunet, Benoit and Poisson families on the loss of Sylvain. Sylvain was a former resident of Bryson.
Our thoughts and prayers to the Henderson and Smith families on the loss of May on April 10, 2020. May is survived by her grandson Lee.
A lot of people tuned in to One World At Home Together performances to thank all the healthcare workers. Wonderful performances from Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Lady Gaga, Sir Elton John and the Rolling Stones just to name a few.
Our thoughts and prayers for the Nova Scotian communities that have been affected by the largest mass shooting in Canadian history this past weekend.
Jubilate Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Eastertide, being the third Sunday after Easter Sunday. It is called this because in the liturgy of the Catholic Church and the Lutheran Church the first line of the introit for that day’s Mass is Jubilate Deo omnis terra (Shout with joy to God, all the earth) from Psalm 66.
The Lutheran Church historically named this Sunday as the fourth Sunday of Easter following Misericordia Domini and preceding Cantate.
The liturgy for this day, and for the next two Sundays, continues to celebrate the Easter resurrection.


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