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Spring Ecumenical Workshop Invitation

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Dear Pastors, Parishes, and Ecumenical Representatives The Archdiocesan Ecumenical Commission is excited to announce our Spring Workshop on Eastern Christianity featuring keynote speaker Ukrainian Bishop Bryan Bayda C.Ss.R.  We will also be joined by special guests Fathers Gregory Hrinkiw (Ukrainian Catholic) and Sabah Kamora (Chaldean Catholic).  The Chaldean Catholic Church is historically based in Iraq, and Father Kamora will speak specifically on the situation of Christians in the Middle East. The workshop will take place on Saturday May 23 at St. Basil’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Regina.  More details are on the attached posted, that we request you post somewhere prominent in your parish. Read More

CWL Regina Archdiocesan AGM

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Mental health and its ramifications on society were one of two themes explored at the Regina Archdiocesan Catholic Womens’ League (CWL) annual convention held April 26-27 at St. Joseph’s Parish here.  Guest speaker Christine Boyczuk, Regional Intersectoral Coordinator for the Five Hills Health Region in south central Saskatchewan used the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) definition of mental health in her talk. She was accompanied with a friend who described how her family was dealing with mental health issues. Sister LeAnne Letourneau and Gail Pelletier of the Regina Urban Native Ministry opened the two day convention the evening of the 26th talking about the ministry’s work in building relationships with Canada’s indigenous people.” Read More

CARES Healing Community

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Dedicated to the needs of victims, we: Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development, and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims and communities. Clergy Sexual Abuse is a difficult subject to talk about. If you are or know of a victim, there is help. CARES Healing Community exists within the Archdiocese whose mandate it is to Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims.  CARES Healing Community is here to listen. We meet almost every Wednesday at 5:00 pm at St. Jean Baptiste. Read More
May 26, 2015

CARES Healing Community

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Dedicated to the needs of victims, we: Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development, and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims and communities. Clergy Sexual Abuse is a difficult subject to talk about. If you are or know of a victim, there is help. CARES Healing Community exists within the Archdiocese whose mandate it is to Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims.  CARES Healing Community is here to listen. We meet almost every Wednesday at 5:00 pm at St. Jean Baptiste. Read More
June 2, 2015

CARES Healing Community

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Dedicated to the needs of victims, we: Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development, and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims and communities. Clergy Sexual Abuse is a difficult subject to talk about. If you are or know of a victim, there is help. CARES Healing Community exists within the Archdiocese whose mandate it is to Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims.  CARES Healing Community is here to listen. We meet almost every Wednesday at 5:00 pm at St. Jean Baptiste. Read More
June 9, 2015

CARES Healing Community

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Dedicated to the needs of victims, we: Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development, and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims and communities. Clergy Sexual Abuse is a difficult subject to talk about. If you are or know of a victim, there is help. CARES Healing Community exists within the Archdiocese whose mandate it is to Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims.  CARES Healing Community is here to listen. We meet almost every Wednesday at 5:00 pm at St. Jean Baptiste. Read More
June 16, 2015

CARES Healing Community

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Dedicated to the needs of victims, we: Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development, and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims and communities. Clergy Sexual Abuse is a difficult subject to talk about. If you are or know of a victim, there is help. CARES Healing Community exists within the Archdiocese whose mandate it is to Care about and Accompany victims of clergy sexual abuse through Resource development and Educational opportunities designed to Support victims.  CARES Healing Community is here to listen. We meet almost every Wednesday at 5:00 pm at St. Jean Baptiste. Read More
June 23, 2015
On April 30, the Church in Canada celebrates the life and witness of Saint Marie of the Incarnation, founder of the Ursulines in New France and of a convent school to educate girls. Daughters of both the French settlers and Aboriginal Peoples were educated together, sharing the same table and the same dwelling. After learning several Aboriginal languages, she compiled catechisms and prayers in Huron and Algonquin, as well as an Algonquin dictionary. Saint Marie of the Incarnation began a long tradition throughout our continent of Ursuline elementary and secondary schools, dedicated to the education of girls and young women of all faiths and languages. Her canonization by Pope Francis on April 3, 2014, coincided with the 375th anniversary of her arrival in what is today Quebec City. Read More

Ancient Music of Ancient Faiths

Last updated on May 1, 2015
The voices were modern, the music was ancient as cappella voices of three Abrahamic faiths; Christian, Islamic and Jewish; performed ancient chants still used in modern churches. Read More

Prayer in City Council Meetings

Last updated on April 30, 2015
It was just a matter of time, really, before some individual was successful in getting prayer eliminated from public meetings. Read More

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