Swift Current Youth Retreat

“Who am I?” and “What is the Plan?” are life-long questions that we journey through despite our path or age. This year Michelle Braden and her team of four young adults had...

Blessing of St. Patrick

On June 3, 2014, His Grace Archbishop Daniel J. Bohan visited St. Patrick's R. C. Church in Sturgis to confirm 14 young people from St. Patrick's, St. Anthony's, Rama...

Ecumenical Pentecost Celebration

Three bishops, one Anglican and two Roman Catholic, each described the church as one during an ecumenical Evensong Service held June 8, Pentecost Sunday, in St. Paul’s...

Mother Theresa Middle School Graduates First...

Graduation ceremonies at this time of year are a dime a dozen but the Grade Eight Graduates of Mother Teresa Middle school were special; they were the first from this...

Dress A Girl Around the World Attracts Regina...

Once a month an ecumenical group of women from several Regina churches get together to sew new dresses for impoverished girls around the world. 

Sharon Mayor,...

Thuy Nguyen Diaconate

Thuy Nguyen July 3 took another step towards his ordination as priest with his ordination to the transitional Diaconate at Holy Child Parish. Archbishop Daniel Bohan opened...

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  • Frank Flegel
    July 19, 2014
    Each generation thinks today’s ‘teens are irresponsible wastrels and that thought goes all the way back to the Greek philosophers and I admit, sometimes I feel the same way. However, I’m more optimistic and confident in today’s high school ‘teens after observing them for about a year and a half as a trustee on the Catholic School Board and after attending a couple of graduating exercises. Those ‘teens I have seen are bright and focused.  Not all are sure of what they want to do with their life but they’re confident they either have the tools now or will obtain what’s needed to pursue whatever they decide to do.
  • Leona Burkhart
    July 17, 2014
    Did you know who the Protocol for Responsible Parish Ministry Screening Committee Chairperson is for your parish? All parishes in the Archdiocese of Regina [to be completely honest all but 3 of the parishes in the Archdiocese--and we are working on those] have a PRPM Screening Committee.  If you are not aware of who is fulfilling this role, ask your Parish Priest or Pastoral Council Chairperson. If you need more information on the Protocols you can 'click' on the Protocol icon in this webpage or call us at 306-3521651 ext 239.
  • Bert Pitzel
    July 9, 2014
    Currently I sit on 3 committees which are planning conferences for this fall; accordingly, I would like to use this blog to point to  these upcoming events, some of which you might be able to attend.

Dear friends, I certainly commend you all for coming out on this wintery spring day to give witness to the Gospel of Life. For all of us who follow Jesus as the Way, the Truth and the Life, for all of us who follow his teachings as our guide through life, to stand up and proclaim the Gospel of Life something that is very, very important.

Dear friends,

Today we bring to a close the Easter Octave. Perhaps many don’t realize that the Church celebrates Easter Day for eight days. It is such an important event that one day is not enough, so for eight days in the prayers of the Church it is Easter Day.

My dear friends, we come together to celebrate Mass on this Canada Day to say thank you to God for the blessings we enjoy and to pray for our country. In the Opening Prayer of this Mass we pray for three things. First we pray for our political leaders, for those who govern us. We ask God to grant them wisdom. Wisdom is a word we use a lot. I have just finished celebrating Confirmation in the archdiocese, visiting thirty parishes and Confirming hundreds of children. As you all know well, Wisdom is the first gift given to us when we receive...