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Camp Monahan Employment Opportunity

Last updated on January 26, 2016
Camp Monahan is in search of a hardworking, energetic individual who has a passion for cooking.  The individual will be required to execute and coordinate the planning, purchase, storage and preparation of all kitchen & meal needs for the Camp Monahan camping season. It will be necessary for all meals and snacks to follow the Canadian Food Guide to Healthy Living. In collaboration with the Food Services Board Chair, a weekly meal plan will need to be created to meet a set budget prior to the start of camp. Read More

IMMIGRANTS, REFUGEES

Last updated on December 30, 2015
This time it’s Syrians who will add to the colorful mosaic that is this province of Saskatchewan. In the late 1800s and early 1900s it was largely Europeans who arrived on the bald prairie and proceeded to turn this Great Lone Land into today’s productive and prosperous paradise. They turned it into the “bread basket of the world.” The population grew exponentially. They brought with them their language and culture which formed the basis of our society. World War II refugees and immigrants gave our province a brief bump in population. Most came out of war torn Europe and they gave a boost to the previous European immigrants integrating their language and culture to society increasing its richness. Read More

Goodness Abounds in Advent

Last updated on December 30, 2015
This Christmas, as a counterpoint to the destructive forces of misery and terror that we have witnessed these past months, we must not forget that goodness abounds! More than not forgetting, let us be ready to point it out when we see it. Read More

Pope Francis Message for World Day of the Sick

Last updated on December 18, 2015
MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS FOR THE 24th WORLD DAY OF THE SICK 2016 (11 FEBRUARY 2016) Entrusting Oneself to the Merciful Jesus like Mary: “Do whatever he tells you” (Jn 2:5) Dear Brothers and Sisters, The twenty-fourth World Day of the Sick offers me an opportunity to draw particularly close to you, dear friends who are ill, and to those who care for you. To download English version click here To download French version click here Read More

Pope Francis' Security

Last updated on December 15, 2015
It is no coincidence that Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio chose Francis as his papal name. The original Francis of Assisi heard a call from Christ to “Save My Church” which at the time was having all sorts of problems. So Francis gave up what is described politely as his wayward life, gave away his possessions and even his clothes we are told and proceeded to become St. Francis of Assisi. Read More

Martha House - Vacancies

Last updated on December 9, 2015
MARTHA HOUSE - a Home for Retired Priests and Seniors  has vacant rooms. We are accepting men and women who can descend and ascend stairs independently. (Level 1)  Martha House is a beautiful and serene place for seniors who love to PRAY because we have daily recitation of the Rosary and daily Masses. Martha House offers lowest and affordable cost in the city. For more information contact : Sr. Read More
Today, on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, December 8, 2015, Pope Francis presided at the opening celebration of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy in Saint Peter's Basilica. A delegation from Canada was present for the occasion as the Presidency of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) is currently making its annual visit to the Holy See. Read More
Eric Gurash, Coordinator for Lay Formation and Evangelization with the Archdiocese of Regina has many presentations and workshops he is able to facilitate at the parish level.  Please see the attached document and feel free to contact Eric at 306.352.1651 ext. 211 or egurash@archregina.sk.ca to book your presentation or for more information. To download attached document click here Read More

Theodore School Court Case

Last updated on December 8, 2015
Theodore Public School closed its doors in 2003. Too small to keep open said the local board. Students were to be bussed to another town. The locals decided they wanted to have a school in town so they applied to the provincial government to establish a Catholic School and the government said OK. St. Theodore was born. Well, that didn’t sit well with the folks who closed the public school so a lawsuit was launched that claimed, first, Catholic schools should not be allowed to accept non-Catholic students and, second the government shouldn’t pay for those students. You’ll get more detail in a story elsewhere on this site. This is more about what happens if the case is successful. Read More

Mother Teresa Middle School Jesuit endorsement

Last updated on December 8, 2015
Mother Teresa Middle School (MTMS) now has the official endorsement of the Jesuits of the English Province of Canada. While MTMS is based on Nativity Miguel Middle schools founded in the United States by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) MTMS here was not sponsored by Canadian Jesuits. Its administration and faculty are lay people although Jesuits in training do volunteer at the school. “It links us officially to the network (Jesuit schools) in Canada, it also links us to the schools in the U.S,” said MTMS Director of Education Curtis Kleisinger in an interview. The endorsement agreement was signed by Provincial for English Canada Reverend Peter Bisson S.J. and MTMS Board Chair Paul Hill at a special event held November 30 at the school. Read More
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