Is your Deanery, Parish, Parish Group or Registered Charity working on a project that meets with the objectives of the Archdiocesan Pastoral Plan. In other words, working toward an objective of teaching and strengthening our Catholic faith and the relationship between God and His people here in Saskatchewan? The Annual Appeal is able to fund special project grants that help a wide array of initiatives in our Archdiocese. Application deadline for the current granting cycle is March 9th. Applications are available online and can be submitted by email to MMartinez@archregina.sk.ca. If you have... more
ARCHBISHOP’S APPEAL KICK-OFFSEPTEMBER 21, 2017By Frank Flegel "As disciples of Jesus we are called to be bearers of hope,” said Archbishop Donald Bolen as he addressed the Kick-off activities for the Archbishop’s Appeal held September 21 at Our Lady of Peace Church.“Building up hope in our communities, communicating it to others by the way we live and by our active outreach in love,” was Archbishop Bolen’s message of support for the Appeal. He was the last of several speakers to talk about the importance of the Appeal in carrying out the various ministries in service to the people of the... more
The goal for this year’s Archdiocesan Annual Appeal is again $1.4 million and there is hope that even with the Saskatchewan economy struggling the goal will be reached this year. Last year it came close with $1.336 million raised or 95% of the total. It was also the second highest total raised since the appeal began in 2000.A slide presentation that scrolled during the kick off noted that since its inception over $19 million has been raised, all to support Archdiocesan Ministries. More than 20,000 campaign envelopes were scheduled to be mailed out this year. Archdiocesan Administrator... more
Thursday, September 15 is the date for the kickoff of Annual Appeal for the Archdiocese of Regina. The event will run from 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. and will be held at Our Lady of Peace Parish, 425 Broad St. N., Regina.
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The longest running Lay Ministry program in the country was just one of the questions participants in a unique form of the game show Jeopardy had to answer as part of the 15th annual kick off for the Regina Archdiocesan Appeal. It took place September 23 at Our Lady of Peace Church that sits across the parking lot from the Chancery Office.Instead of the just the usual speeches, distribution of materials and sometimes a skit or two organizers of the annual kick off decided on something different and came up with their own version of Jeopardy. The Youth Ministry was charged with putting... more
Your support of the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal is an act of faith, love and stewardship and your support touches the hearts and lives of so many of our neighbours. Today, we are sharing with you stories about how your support is helping the world know that we are Christ’s disciples by our actions.Growing in Faith and Sharing Love"Giving and Loving starts at home and then spreads..."Shannon Cisyk our Archdiocesan Catechetical Coordinator based in Esterhazy, SK sent in a report on the Austin Family. They are Catholic family in Moosomin that has taken their love of God that they grew... more
Young Catholics in our Archdiocese stood up to the challenge to share why they support Youth Ministry and the Annual Appeal. Their leadership in shaking things up is making an incredible difference! Inspired by Pope Francis, they are committed to #makeamess and offer their gifts of time, talent, treasure and enthusiasm to the Church. To join them, share your own #UNselfie on Facebook and Twitter and make a donation to the Annual Appeal online.Click here to give today! AdrienneBeing a part of the Archdiocese of Regina Youth Group has given me many... more