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MYGEN Rally 2014 a Success!

Last updated on April 9, 2014
“We are all rooted in family whether we like it or not,” said Michael Manhardt, self-styled culture changer who delivered the keynote talks to the MyGen youth rally held at O’Neil High School March 29,30.  Manhardt is an internationally recognized speaker and founder of the One Strong Family Movement. He uses the acronym F.A.M.I.L.Y (Forget About Me I Love You) as the basis for his talks. He is a regular presenter at the annual Los Angeles Diocese Religious Education Congress. Read More

Faith Day at Catholic Schools

Last updated on April 7, 2014
About 1,500 Grade 9 and 10 students from Regina’s four Catholic High Schools gathered Monday March 24 at the Queensbury for a Faith Day. Catholic Schools Coordinator for Religious Education Myles Meyers said the idea for a faith day came from the Board of Trustees. “It was to create enthusiasm about their faith and to hear some good young speakers who are excited about their faith.” Meyers said he thought the event went well and students responded positively to the presentation team. Read More
The Senga Model Primary School in Malawi will soon have a fresh supply of books, school furniture and medical supplies thanks to Regina Catholic Schools and St. Pius X School in particular. St. Pius and the school division at the invitation of the University of Regina became partners with the U of R, the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, (RQHR) the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health to raise money and collect books for the Senga Model School. “This is a school with about 2,800 students and eight classrooms, said St. Pius Principal Mo St. Amond. Read More

Veggie-Tastics

Last updated on March 24, 2014
So come and join us for VEGGIE-TASTICS Movie! Fun! Crafts!   When:     Thursday, April 10              10:30 a.m.  OR   1:30 p.m.   Where:    Archdiocesan Resource Centre Read More

Catholic Outreach Team Members Needed

Last updated on March 13, 2014
The Catholic Outreach Team (based out of St. Malo, Manitoba) is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 Team! This team consists of 5-7 young adults aged 18-30, who live in community from September until June. Throughout the year the team receives formation and training in the Catholic faith, and in various ministry areas. The team is exposed to a variety of outreach opportunities, such as: -       Spending time at the Manitoba Juvenile Detention Centre -       Working with people with intellectual disabilities Read More

SOURCE

Last updated on February 13, 2014
Adoration - Reconciliation - Talks - Supper - FriendsFor all high-schoolers and young adults, one Sunday a month, and it is free! Read More
May 4, 2014

Kids These Days!

Last updated on February 7, 2014
“The world is passing through troublesome times. The young people of today think of nothing but themselves. They have no reverence for parents or old age.They are inpatient of all restraint and what passes for wisdom with us is foolishness with them. As for the girls, they are forward, immodest and unladylike in speech, behavior.”( Attributed to a sermon preached by Peter the Hermit in 1274 A.D.) Read More

Fun, Faith, Family and Friendships

Last updated on February 4, 2014
The My Gen Rally is an action-packed, high energy weekend for young people in grades 8-12. This annual faith celebration is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Regina, the Knights of Columbus and the Regina Catholic School Division and will take place March 29-30 at Archbishop M.C. O"Neill High School in Regina. This year’s theme is “My Generation: Rooted In Family”. Come learn more about yourself, your family and your faith through a wide variety activities! We have something for everyone! Join us for 2 amazing days of music, talks, prayer, games and an awesome dance! The cost is $50 per student or $100 per family and financial assistance is available. More info can be found at www.mygenrally.com or by calling Michelle at 306 352 1651 ext. 223 Read More

Relax, Re-energize, Rejoice: Make Yourself @Home

Last updated on January 30, 2014
At its best, church should feel like home! It should be where we feel loved and accepted, where we are challenged and affirmed, where we would be missed if we weren’t there and where we are known by name. Jan. 17-19 saw the dioceses of Regina, Saskatoon and P.A. as well as the eparchy of Saskatoon welcome folks from across the country to our Sask home. With the beautiful new Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon serving as a home base, the Canadian Catholic Youth Ministry Network, (CCYMN) gathered together as a community of believers who seek to serve the young church. Read More

Camp Lemieux Has Two Job Openings

Last updated on January 16, 2014
Camp Lemieux is looking for a Camp Director and a Camp Cook/Kitchen Coordinator for the 2014 camp season.  Please help us out by including the announcements below or ones like it in your bulletins for the next few weeks. Director: Camp Lemieux is now accepting applications for the position of Camp Director for the summer of 2014.  If you enjoy working with children, coordinating activities and overseeing the operation of a summer program then please consider applying.  Applications are due by Friday, February 21, 2014.  Call (306)773-0026 or (306)628-4249 for an application or email jim@camplemieux.com. Read More
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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina is responsible for the administration and organization of all Parishes located in South Saskatchewan.  We are seeking to hire an Accountant to fill a six-month term position, with an oppourtunity for this opening to be extended for further terms. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Job Title: Accountant
Reports To: Financial Officer

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My dear friends, after five weeks of Lent , we prepare now to celebrate what is called the Paschal Mystery: the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus, the Saviour of the world. Today is called “Passion Sunday,” because we turn our attention now towards the Passion, the suffering and death of Jesus. This is of great importance for us as Catholic Christians, because the death of Jesus on the cross was the one sacrifice offered to God by a human being which was perfect.

By offering his life on the Cross, Jesus took upon himself our...

The short version of Peter LaBarbera’s talk on homosexuality is Hate the Sin Love the Sinner. LaBarbera is a controversial figure, founder of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality. He was one of several speakers at the annual Saskatchewan Pro Life conference held here April 11-12 but most of the attention was focused on him because of his views on homosexuality.

His appearance was opposed by Intolerance Free Weyburn, a local group intent on preventing him from appearing. The group, holding signs denouncing LaBarbera’s appearance...