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On the memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary, October 7, 2014, the Most Reverend Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of Gatineau and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), has sent a message to the Catholics of Canada. Currently in Rome as a member of the Synod of Bishops on the Family, Archbishop Durocher invites the faithful to make this October a special month for thanksgiving, reflection and prayer. Read More

Archdiocesan Appeal Fall Launch

Last updated on October 8, 2014
Regina archdiocesan parishes received a glimpse of what the annual appeal supports during the fall launch of the appeal held September 25 at Our Lady of Peace Church. Director of Pastoral Services and Vicar General Very Reverend Lorne Crozon told priests and parish officers that the appeal helps the archdiocese to build. The appeal actually begins in January but it’s the fall launch that kicks it into high gear to achieve the $1.4 million goal to support 15 ministries and nine third party charities and organizations within the Archdiocese. “God calling us to something special,” said Crozon, it is our chance to serve.” Read More

Compassionate Healer's Mass

Last updated on October 8, 2014
"Caring for the sick in this healing ministry is a very special ministry,” said Regina Archbishop in his greeting for the 8th annual Compassionate Healer’s mass held October 1, in Holy Family Church. Read More
The Archdiocese of Regina Liturgy Commission will journey with you through the liturgical themes, scriptures, music, and environment of the Advent and Christmas Cycles.Continental Breakfast provided beginning at 8:15 a.m. Nutrition Break.EVERYONE WELCOME!Admission Free/Freewill offeringPre-registration encouraged by Mon, Oct. 27 to Holy Trinity Parish (306.543.3838) Read More
November 1, 2014

Regina Catholic Schools Information Meetings

Last updated on October 8, 2014
Greetings from your Regina Catholic School Division Board of Trustees!Thank you for an excellent start to the new school year! Student enrolment is up once again, and we would like to thank you for choosing Regina Catholic Schools for your children’s education. Our Division now serves over 10,800 students and their families—an increase of about 300 over last year.As our Catholic education family continues to grow, we must continue to look forward and be prepared for what’s next for our school division. Read More
            October 5: Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time   1.      May we remember to praise and thank God for the fruits of the harvest.   We pray to the Lord.   2.      May our reverence for all creation urge us to seek just solutions to problems caused by human greed and misuse of earth.    We pray to the Lord.     October 12: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Read More

The "Real & Relevant" Parenting Conference

Last updated on October 8, 2014
The Archdiocese of Regina Presents:A day for Parents, Guardians & Grandparents!The "Real & Relevant" Parenting Conferencewith presenter Mary Helen MoesLight, Funny & ProfoundThe day's topics include:*How to really love your stressed out kids*"Hail Mary" save our family*Dysfunctional biblical parents...that raised saintsRegistration cost $25.00 (includes coffee, snacks & lunch)To register contact Tina Kleisinger at 352-1651 (ext 216) or email tkleisinger@archregina.sk.ca Read More
January 31, 2015

John Paul II Property For Sale

Last updated on October 7, 2014
The John Paul II Centre property is located at 2200 – 25th Avenue, just east of Dr. Martin Leboldus Roman Catholic High School and about one block from a grocery store and the Golden Mile Shopping Centre. It was built in 1959 as a monastery for the Sister of the Precious Blood and contains 28 rooms that included living quarters for the Sisters, a chapel, large dining room and kitchen, meeting rooms, classrooms and utilities. The City of Regina has assessed the property at $2,388,700.00 for tax purposes The Archdiocese is accepting Expressions of Interest - Offers to Purchase or Letters of Intent. Read More

Reverence For Life Month

Last updated on October 7, 2014
Regina Archbishop Daniel Bohan has declared October Reverence for life month, a month where we’re encouraged to think about and pray for what’s happening to Canada’s moral compass. Those are my words. You won’t find them in any brochure or pamphlet talking about Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, or any other now acceptable terms for murder. But that’s really what this is all about; the moral structure of society. Read More
This one day workshop is a joint venture of the Archdiocese of Regina and the Diocese of Saskatoon Youth Ministry offices.ALL who serve young people are welcome to come spend this day exploring how we can best collabarate to build the young church. Enjoy meaningful presentations, time for sharing and questions and resources to take home. Priests, parents, youth workers, catechists, teachers all welcome! To register email Michelle Braden at mbraden@archregina.sk.ca Read More
November 8, 2014
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With his usual eloquence, forcefulness and relevance to our lived reality, Archbishop Bohan addressed social justice in his keynote address to the Archdiocese of Regina Social Justice Conference held on Saturday 18 October 2014 at Vanier Collegiate Catholic High School in Moose Jaw, SK.. His Grace tied in his remarks with the teaching of Pope Francis. To listen to his talk click below.

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Dear friends, we set out today on a great adventure for our Church here in Regina as we begin the Formation Program for the Permanent Diaconate for our Archdiocese. I consider this to be a blessing from God and I say “thank you” to God for all of you who are candidates and for you wives who journey through this time of formation with you. You have acted positively in response to what is a call from God and I pray that the four years ahead will bear much fruit for you and for Jesus Christ and his Church.

My dear sisters and brothers, it is a great pleasure for me to be here as your bishop to celebrate with you the 100th anniversary of your parish. As with many of the parishes in our archdiocese, the first priests to come to Shaunavon over one hundred years ago celebrated Mass in various homes throughout the district. For  over 100 years now, the Catholic Community has lived and celebrated its faith in this community.

We know the church is not first of all a building of wood and plaster. Rather the church is a...