Our Lady of Peace Attracting new Parishioners

Once there were three and now there is one and working hard to attract new parishioners. 
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Swift Current's All Saints Officially Blessed

It cost about $25-million, houses 438 kindergarten to Grade Eight students and was officially blessed October 20 by Regina Archbishop Daniel Bohan.

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Anti-poverty Highlighted at Light a Spark

Anti-poverty and the lack of federal and provincial anti-poverty strategies were highlighted at two functions, October 16 by the Regina Anti-Poverty Ministry in...

Macoun Closes Our Lady of Immaculate Conception

It’s always a sad occasion when a church closes its doors forever but closing this one was a little different: Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Macoun,...

Shaunavon Parish Celebrates 100th

Christ the King Roman Catholic Church in Shaunavon was built just 20 years ago and it still looks new but its history goes back beyond 100 years.

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  • Frank Flegel
    October 29, 2014
    I had the privilege of attending the Assembly of Priests held October 6-9 at the Heritage Inn, Moose Jaw. It’s an annual gathering but this was the first time that clergy of the Archdiocese met as a group with staff from the Archdiocese office. It seems it was a fruitful discussion with good participation from just about everyone there. (see separate story on this website). Of course there is prayer and each day usually begins with a prayer but the last day began with a group sing of Salve Regina.
  • Michelle Braden
    October 28, 2014
    Thankyou to Tina Kleisinger (pastoral support coordinator) for contributing as a guest for this month's blog. “Night Fever" - A bridge between individuals, parishes and communities! Victoria Park, Regina; September 6, 2014 was host to “Praise in the Park”.  This ecumenical initiative was part of a week-long event with a mission to mobilize the churches of Regina to touch people’s lives with the amazing, life-transforming love of Jesus Christ.
  • Teresa Whalen Lux
    October 27, 2014
    A few years ago, I read a blog written by one of my favorite writers and speakers, Fr. James Martin, in which he talked about the saints...one of his favorite topics.  In the article, Fr. James said: The lives of the saints, parts of which seem confusing, bizarre and misguided, are -- when you know the whole story -- really tales of love. And they can offer some important lessons for all of us. If we just let them.

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...