"Real & Relevant" Parenting

A conference for all parents will be held on Saturday, January 31, 2015  as the Archdiocese of Regina Presents:A day for Parents, Guardians & Grandparents!...

Christmas Hampers Decorated

St. Francis School Grades five and six teacher Kelly Walby was looking for an Advent project for her class in December 2013. She contacted the Regina Food Bank and asked if...

Thuy Nguyen Ordained

It was a long journey that took several routes but “God’s will” brought Thuy Nguyen to Regina where he was ordained priest December 12, 2014, the Feast Day of Our Lady of...

Archbishop Bohan's Christmas Message

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

“Do not be afraid” and “rejoice” are words that we begin to hear in Advent and which flow into Feast of Christmas. As Pope Francis...

Diaconate Candidates Begin Journey

Ten candidates have begun their four year journey towards ordination as permanent Deacons for the Regina Archdiocese. They gathered at St. Michael’s Retreat House here...

Diaconate Candidates Begin Journey

Ten candidates have begun their four year journey towards ordination as permanent Deacons for the Regina Archdiocese. They gathered at St. Michael’s Retreat House here...

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  • Brett Salkeld
    December 20, 2014
    A reader (a pastor who has faced these questions from his congregation) asks: “Many people still question the use of the term 'hell' in the Creed. Some are even upset because for them it connotes eternal damnation and irreparable separation from God, despite the best efforts of the Catechism of the Catholic Church to explain it's reintroduction in the Creed replacing the term 'the dead'. Even article 635 of the Catechism uses the term 'death' rather than 'hell'. How can we help people to better understand this in light of the long popular understanding of 'hell' which, in all honesty was taught very vigorously by many clerics in the past?” Thank you for your question Father!
  • Bert Pitzel
    December 18, 2014
    Could anyone argue that alienation isn't a two-way affair? Isn't it true that a sense of separation from self goes hand-in-hand with separation from others--that alienation from others follows a thwarting of the call of the true self that is inscribed within?
  • Michelle Braden
    December 14, 2014
    Every Advent, I enter into the season with the best of intentions for a blessed and holy Advent journey. And then the madness that is December hits and I find myself at Christmas Eve mass wondering ….. ”How did I get here?”  Despite my best intentions, I realize that Advent is gone, Christmas is here, and I am unprepared, not at peace and frustrated!