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Alive, Ass, and Christmas: CANADA catholicregister.org December 17, 2017 Tales of joy rise from girl's tragic death Quebecs Cameroon community grieves for eight-year old killed in snowplow accident Catholic News Service QUEBEC CITY When Deacon Simon Nadeau baptized six Mane Tchoutouo ave to help her family and the city's Camer- nian community grieve her death Despite the pain, a certain atmosphere in rre-aux-Liens Church, where 250 people d for a commemorative Mass for en wplow Dec. 1 in Quebec City he church was essentially filled with bers of Quebec City's growing French ng African community, who came to their support for the Tchoutouo family e sanctuary, some of e Solaye's favourite belongings were a small table, including a teddy n around, the Dec. came to Quebec hts her sisters baptismal candle with the help of her father, Hypolyte Tchoutouo, and Deacon Simon Nadeau, during a s iwhere they met Nadeau, memorative Mass in Quebec City. Michelle Solaye Mane Tchoutouo, 8, was accidentally killed by a snowplow Dec. 1. (CNS photo/Philippe Vaillancourt, P was amazed by Michelle Solaye's mth for everyone ng began with a testimony from by giving love and welcoming Jesus friend, constantly present, in all simp preoccupation for the well-being of others. with help from their father. "Before going to bed every night, she The Paschal candle represents the risen Her older sister talked about prayed for her dad to finish school. For her Christ. He is alive with us tonight," said confident of His love. I am sure that t had for her, and her mother, mom to succeed in what she has to do. For Nadeau. During the homily, the deacon a strong invitation to live our life of fa aged to pronounce a few words her sister to succeed at school. She always reminded the assembly how the girl "had Christ invites us, in the manner of a c ief. Her father, Hypolyte, spoke thought of others," said Hypolyte Tchoutouo. the goodness of God in her. After the Mass, the priests and N took Michelle Solayes lit baptismal He said his family is deeply grateful for "She was trying to make this world a with passion about her. extraordinary. Even I, her the support they have received since her better world. This is what Michelle Solaye and discreetly gave it to her parent ble to understand," he said. invites us to tonight, to make this world a better world, where we welcome the others death, including from Cardinal Gerald put out the flame Lacroix, who met them earlier that day The family leaves for Camer aye was very, very, very mid-December to have the child's according to the Cameroonian trad with their differences, without judging, Nadeau then presented Michelle Solayes baptismal candle. He invited her little sister, Laken, 4, to light it at the Paschal candle d an altruistic child who without condemning" he added. ings in life, with a strong "Michelle Solaye lived her life as a child bury her next to her grandfather ST. JOHN'S CHURCH 794 Kingston Road, Toronto, ON M4E 1R7 stjohnschurch@bellnet.ca 416.698.1105 ST.PAUL'S BASILICA 83 Power Street, Toronto stpaulsbasilica@on.aibn.com RCIFUL REDEEMER PARISH Centre Boulevard, Mississauga, L5M 5W2 office@mercifulredeemer.org Pastor: Msgr. Owen Keena ssoc. Pastor: Fr. Ryan Alemão www.mercifulredeemer.org Edward Joseph Smith SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24TH Children's Christmas Pageant - 4:15 pm SUNDAY DECEMBER 24T 8:00am, 11:00 am, 4:30pm, 12:00 ASS F ADVENT SUNDAY MASS Sunday, December 31 Mid Eve Mass - 8:00 pm Caroling 9:30 pm Late Eve Mass - 10 pm (No Midnight Mass) MONDAY DECEMBER 25 8:30am, 11am 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 a.m. MONDAY, DECEMBER 25TH SUNDAY DECEMBER 3
Alive, Ass, and Christmas: CANADA
 catholicregister.org
 December 17, 2017
 Tales of joy rise from girl's tragic death
 Quebecs Cameroon
 community grieves for
 eight-year old killed
 in snowplow accident
 Catholic News Service
 QUEBEC CITY
 When Deacon Simon Nadeau baptized six
 Mane Tchoutouo
 ave to help her family and the city's Camer-
 nian community grieve her death
 Despite the pain, a certain atmosphere
 in
 rre-aux-Liens Church, where 250 people
 d for a commemorative Mass for
 en
 wplow Dec. 1 in Quebec City
 he church was essentially filled with
 bers of Quebec City's growing French
 ng African community, who came to
 their support for the Tchoutouo family
 e sanctuary, some of
 e Solaye's favourite belongings were
 a small table, including a teddy
 n
 around, the
 Dec.
 came to Quebec
 hts her sisters baptismal candle with the help of her father, Hypolyte Tchoutouo, and Deacon Simon Nadeau, during a
 s iwhere they met Nadeau, memorative Mass in Quebec City. Michelle Solaye Mane Tchoutouo, 8, was accidentally killed by a snowplow Dec. 1. (CNS photo/Philippe Vaillancourt, P
 was amazed by Michelle Solaye's
 mth for everyone
 ng began with a testimony from
 by giving love and welcoming Jesus
 friend, constantly present, in all simp
 preoccupation for the well-being of others. with help from their father.
 "Before going to bed every night, she
 The Paschal candle represents the risen
 Her older sister talked about prayed for her dad to finish school. For her Christ. He is alive with us tonight," said confident of His love. I am sure that t
 had for her, and her mother, mom to succeed in what she has to do. For Nadeau. During the homily, the deacon a strong invitation to live our life of fa
 aged to pronounce a few words her sister to succeed at school. She always reminded the assembly how the girl "had Christ invites us, in the manner of a c
 ief. Her father, Hypolyte, spoke thought of others," said Hypolyte Tchoutouo. the goodness of God in her.
 After the Mass, the priests and N
 took Michelle Solayes lit baptismal
 He said his family is deeply grateful for
 "She was trying to make this world a
 with passion about her.
 extraordinary. Even I, her the support they have received since her better world. This is what Michelle Solaye and discreetly gave it to her parent
 ble to understand," he said.
 invites us to tonight, to make this world a
 better world, where we welcome the others
 death, including from Cardinal Gerald
 put out the flame
 Lacroix, who met them earlier that day
 The family leaves for Camer
 aye was very, very, very
 mid-December to have the child's
 according to the Cameroonian trad
 with their differences, without judging,
 Nadeau then presented Michelle Solayes
 baptismal candle. He invited her little sister,
 Laken, 4, to light it at the Paschal candle
 d an altruistic child who
 without condemning" he added.
 ings
 in life, with a strong
 "Michelle Solaye lived her life as a child
 bury her next to her grandfather
 ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
 794 Kingston Road, Toronto, ON M4E 1R7
 stjohnschurch@bellnet.ca 416.698.1105
 ST.PAUL'S BASILICA
 83 Power Street, Toronto
 stpaulsbasilica@on.aibn.com
 RCIFUL REDEEMER PARISH
 Centre Boulevard, Mississauga, L5M 5W2
 office@mercifulredeemer.org
 Pastor: Msgr. Owen Keena
 ssoc. Pastor: Fr. Ryan Alemão
 www.mercifulredeemer.org
 Edward Joseph Smith
 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24TH
 Children's Christmas Pageant - 4:15 pm
 SUNDAY DECEMBER 24T
 8:00am, 11:00 am, 4:30pm, 12:00
 ASS
 F ADVENT
 SUNDAY MASS
 Sunday, December 31
 Mid Eve Mass - 8:00 pm Caroling 9:30 pm
 Late Eve Mass - 10 pm (No Midnight Mass)
 MONDAY DECEMBER 25
 8:30am, 11am
 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 a.m.
 MONDAY, DECEMBER 25TH
 SUNDAY DECEMBER 3
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Bodies , Family, and Love: Humans are adorable
 Supporting evidence:
 1. Humans say 'ow', even if they haven't actually been hurt. It's just a thing they say when they think they might
 have been hurt, but aren't sure yet.
 2. Humans collect shiny things and decorate their bodies and nests with them. The shinier the better, although
 each individual has a unique taste for style and colouring
 3. Humans are not an aquatic or even amphibious species, but they flock to bodies of water simply to play in it
 They can't even hold their breath all that long; they just love to splash!
 4. When night falls and the sky goes dark, humans become drowsy and begin to cocoon themselves in soft, fluffy
 bedding.
 5. Some humans spend time in each other's nests! Just for fun! It's not their nest; they're just visiting each other.
 6. Some humans use pigments and dyes to make their bodies flashy and colorful! They even attach shiny dangly
 bits to their cartilaginous membranes!
 7. Humans are very clever, and sometimes adopt creatures from other species into their family units. They don't
 seem to notice the obvious differences, and often raise them alongside their own young!
 8. If a human sees another creature in distress, they can commonly be observed trying to help! Even at their own
 risk, most humans are deeply compassionate creatures!
 9. If a human hears a particularly catchy sound or tune, it will often mimic it, even to the point of annoying
 10. Sneezes are entirely involuntary, and completely adorable. Especially when the human in question becomes
 11. Humans love treats!!! Some more than others. Many humans will save these treats specifically for a later date
 12. They're learning to travel in space!!! They can't get very far, but they're trying!!! So far, they've made it to the
 themselves!
 frustrated
 when they are in need of comfort or reassurance. IE, pickles, pop tarts, Popsicles, etc
 end of their yard, and have found rocks.