MyGen "Making a Mess"

The My Generation  Archdiocesan 2015 Youth rally held here March 21-22 attracted 155 Grades eight to 12 youth who spent two days listening to motivational speakers,...

Pastoral Care for Transgendered Students

Dealing with transgender children is not a sexual issue, it’s an identity issue, said Catholic Ethicist Reverend Mark Miller C.Ss.R in a symposium address March 20 to...

Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project

An unframed painting titled Love Knows No Color by Saskatoon Nutana Collegiate Grade 12 student Joyce Kandakai took first prize in the fourth annual Provincial Youth Visual...

Saskatchewan Prayer Breakfast

45th Annual Saskatchewan Prayer Breakfast with the Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield was held April 15th, at The Conexus Art Centre. Matt Dominguez,...

Buddhist New Year Celebrations

It was loud, colourful and happy and there were tables overflowing with traditional foods as Regina’s Buddhist community gathered April 12 for the first of a three-...

Montmartre's Stations of the Cross

On Good Friday Sacred Heart parish in Montmartre hosted the Stations of the Cross, with participants from the parishes of Candiac, Fillmore,...

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  • Brett Salkeld
    April 16, 2015
    In my recent post “What is the Catholic Position on Yoga?” I failed to make a couple of distinctions that have led to some confusion among my readers.  I apologize for this confusion and want to offer a couple clarifications here. First of all, my title was not strictly accurate.  While some of my initial comments certainly represent Catholic teaching, later comments reflected my considered opinion as a theologian, but not the official teaching or discipline of the Church.  While I believe my phrasing and language made this clear, the title of the piece and my own title as Archdiocesan Theologian may have contributed to lack of clarity on that point.
  • Bert Pitzel
    April 1, 2015
    There are the many, politicians and academics included, who will tell you that Anti-Terrorism Bill C-51 is really about next October’s election. By ramping up fear, so the explanation goes, Canadian thinking will be paralyzed to the point that voters will focus on electing a sheriff-like Prime Minister, supported by a host of badged MPs. If security of Canada is the real issue, it is hard to understand why the current Federal Government is not tackling the real threats to Canada-- child poverty and the world-wide crisis of climate change. Surely the latter threaten Canadians more than terrorist wickedness running amok, which is less likely to take a Canadian life than would a bolt of lightning or a freak bathroom accident.
  • Michelle Braden
    March 26, 2015
    They came to make a mess! The right kind of mess…. They came to clean up those messes in their lives which are destructive. They came to pray for those messes which are beyond our control. The My Generation Youth Rally held in Regina this past weekend had young people from all around the diocese in attendance. 150 young people in grades 8-12, along with 75 young adult volunteers, the support, hospitality and sponsorship of the Regina Catholic School Division, a number of enthusiastic Knights of Columbus Councils serving behind the scenes and some dedicated CWL ladies who prayed tirelessly over the course of the weekend all gathered to celebrate the calling of the young church.       

Department: Development and Pastoral Services

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The Administrative Assistant is responsible for administrative duties primarily in the Appeal Office with supplementary administrative support to the Director of Development and the Director of Pastoral Services.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

In a Lenten letter to Canadian Catholics printed in the Feb. 2015 Living with Christ, Brazilian Bishop Enemesio Angelo Lazzaris writes, “Sisters and Brothers of Canada, when we share in the consecrated bread and wine of communion, we are making a commitment to fight hunger and its root causes….  This commitment must always, especially during Lent, be accompanied by acts of solidarity, such as those we have seen through our many years of partnership with Development and Peace.”  Bishop...

Injustices and environmental degradation make it abundantly clear that society is in serious need of reconstruction. What is the dream?  How about a vision of personal fulfillment and peace for all instead of visions of power and profit for a few? Here is the big surprise--good campaigns for the transformation of the world can be run by a few committed people, functioning in the basements of churches throughout the Archdiocese, seeking to be a catalyst for the change.