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A pilot program to bring Baptism preparation classes to non-baptized students in two Regina Catholic schools resulted in a Baptism class of 35 students who were baptized on three separate Sundays May 3, 24 and 31. Read More

Sr. Louise Oberhoffner has Died

Last updated on June 2, 2015
Sister Louise Oberhoffner died peacefully at Santa Maria Senior Citizens' Home on Friday, May 29, 2015. Born in Regina in 1928 to Angela (Simon) and Joseph Oberhoffner, Sister was predeceased by brothers Julius (Boyd) and Joseph and sister Agnes Ehman. She is survived by her sister Angela Terrett; her brother David; sisters-in-law Frankie, Frances and Doreen, and numerous beloved nieces and nephews and their children. Louise attended Regina Separate Schools and Sacred Heart Academy where she met the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, whom she joined in 1947, receiving the name Sister Mary Angela. Read More

Pentecost Ecumenical Service

Last updated on June 1, 2015
Ecumenical activities between the Regina Roman Catholic Archdiocese and the Anglican Diocese of Qu’Appelle have been steadily growing since the Covenant the two signed in January 2011. Anglican Deacon Michael Jackson, Co-Chair of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Covenant Committee, detailed some of the activities between the two churches in a report presented prior to a Pentecost Vespers Service held May 24 in Holy Rosary Cathedral.  Read More

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Workshop

Last updated on June 1, 2015
Vulnerable people will be harmed, safeguards do not work and the focus should be on true compassion, a May 28 Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide workshop was told by Mary Deutscher, one of three speakers at the workshop. Regina Archdiocesan theologian Dr. Brett Salkeld gave a theological view of end-of-life issues and Winnipeg Emeritus Archbishop James Weisgerber spoke mainly to the preachers in the almost 100 registered. Deutscher has Biology and Philosophy Degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, a Masters Degree in Public Ethics from St. Paul’s University, Ottawa and is currently pursuing a PhD in Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan. Read More

Pure Witness Mission Opportunities

Last updated on June 1, 2015
Have you ever thought of giving a year of your life in missionary service?  Pure Witness Ministries engages teams of Catholic men and women, eighteen years of age and older and trains them as missionaries to: proclaim the freedom, hope and joy that come from living pure lives for Christ, and to present the teachings of our Catholic faith to youth and families across Western Canada in dynamic ways that speak to this generation.  Pure Witness missionaries experience a transformational year in their lives as they live out the three-fold mission of: Community Life, Faith Formation and Outreach.  Discover all that you were created to be and be a part of the renewal of faith in our Church as we work together to love a generation back to Christ.  For more information check Read More

Moving in Faith Event - RCSD

Last updated on June 1, 2015
On Sunday, May 24th, the Regina Catholic School Division celebrated faith, fun, and fitness and the 6th-annual Moving in Faith event. Over 650 participants showed up and took part in a 2km or 5km walk/run/wheel around the track at Canada Games Athletic Complex in Douglas Park. Moving in Faith 2015 raised over $1,700 for Archdiocese of Regina youth ministries such as summer camps and youth leadership camps.   Thank you to all the staff, volunteers, sponsors, and participants who made Moving in Faith 2015 such a huge success! Read More

Holy Rosary School Centennial

Last updated on June 1, 2015
Holy Rosary Catholic Elementary School has for 100 years been an iconic fixture in this city’s historic Cathedral district. Thursday, May 21, that century of existence and service to the children of the area was celebrated in a day-long festival that began with mass at 10:00 in Holy Rosary Cathedral, followed by a big tent performance by Elevation Axis from O’Neil Catholic High School; fun, games and food throughout the afternoon and a live performance in the evening by three different bands rounded out the day. It all tied in nicely with the annual Cathedral Village Arts Festival held that week. Read More

Eastern Religions Explained

Last updated on May 28, 2015
"How much do you know about the Ukrainian Catholic Church,” asked, Saskatoon Eparchial Bishop Bryan Bayda as he passed around a microphone to people sitting in a u-shaped configuration at St. Basil’s Ukrainian Catholic Church Hall May 23? Bayda was the principal speaker as he and two other priests from Eastern Christian traditions spoke about Eastern Churches and the East. Reverend Sabah Kamorah discussed the Chaldean church and Reverend Gregory Hrynkiw demonstrated some of the rituals of the Ukrainian church in an afternoon session within St. Basil’s church. Read More

Priest Thank You Luncheon

Last updated on May 27, 2015
More than a dozen priests from the Regina Archdiocese and senior administrators from the Regina Catholic School Division gathered for an appreciation lunch with Trustees of the Regina Catholic School Division May 15. The luncheon was a thank you from the Division to the priests for their support of Catholic Education and specifically their support of Catholic schools. Most priests are involved in schools within their areas meeting and working with students. Director of Education Rob Currie and Deputy Board Chair Frank Flegel thanked them or all they do. They were reminded that Catholic education has been under attack and in some provinces eliminated so support of priests was important to the continuing of Catholic education here. Read More

Camp Monahan Newsletter

Last updated on May 27, 2015
The latest edition of the Camp Monahan Minstrel is available now.   Click here: Camp Monahan Minstrel - Spring 2015  Read More

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