Local laypersons honoured in area parishes

The pastoral unit “Soleil levant” brings together six parishes.

In L’Orignal, Bishop Daniel Berniquez, Episcopal Vicar of the Archdiocese of Ottawa, named the “Mandated Persons”: the laity recognized and mandated by the Archbishop to lead the volunteer team in each parish.

In the first picture, from left to right, the following people are mandated: Rachel Desmarais and Michelle Brisebois (Saint-Jean-Baptiste, L’Orignal); Claire Diamond (St-Grégoire, Vankleek Hill) Suzanne Lapensée (absent); Louis Brunet (Ste-Anne-de-Prescott) Alain Lavigne (absent); Diane Sauvé (St-Eugène) Lucie Charlebois absent; Rachèle and Edmond Lachaîne (Saint-Joachim of Chute-à-Blondeau).

In the second picture, from left to right, the following persons are mandated: Rita Parthenais-Lalonde (St-Bernardin) Jean-Denis Methot (absent); Marthe Gagnon and Maurice Blais (Saint-Jean-Baptiste de L’Orignal).

Photo credits – Claire St-Denis Newton

Les laïcs responsables des paroisses à l’honneur

L’Unité pastorale « Soleil levant » regroupe six paroisses. À L’Orignal, Monseigneur Daniel Berniquez, Vicaire épiscopal de l’archidiocèse d’Ottawa, a nommé les « personnes mandatées », soit les laïcs reconnus et mandatés par l’Archevêque pour agir en chef de l’équipe bénévole de chaque paroisse.

Dans la première photo, de gauche à droite, les personnes mandatées suivantes :

Rachel Desmarais et Michelle Brisebois (Saint-Jean-Baptiste de L’Orignal);

Claire Diamond (Saint-Grégoire de Vankleek Hill) Suzanne Lapensée absente;

Louis Brunet (Sainte-Anne-de-Prescott) Alain Lavigne absent;

Diane Sauvé (Saint-Eugène) Lucie Charlebois absente;

Rachèle et Edmond Lachaîne (Saint-Joachim de Chute-à-Blondeau);

 

Dans la deuxième photo, de gauche à droite, les personnes mandatées suivantes :

Rita Parthenais-Lalonde (Saint-Bernardin) Jean-Denis Methot absent;

Marthe Gagnon et Maurice Blais (Saint-Jean-Baptiste de L’Orignal).

 

Crédit photos – Claire St-Denis Newton


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