On April 11, 2017, the Archdiocese Resource Centre hosted a Lenten Veggie-tales, 7 children came with their parents and guardians. Before the Veggie-tale show the kids with their parents had craft making followed by a liturgy, where we listened to the Word of God about the prodigal son, a short reflection, parents/guardians prayed for their kids. After the prayer they enjoyed watching the veggie-tale show.
Brew Aware attracted students, alumni, staff and friends to a question and answer session with Regina Archbishop Donald Bolen. The event was held in the senior common room of Campion College on January 29. It was billed as an open session with no subject limits, which Archbishop Bolen repeated in his opening remarks.
His opening remarks provided insight to his theological and personal interests; he is currently deeply invested in the Truth and Reconciliation process. He talked about his work in Rome with the Pontifical Commission on Council for Promoting Christian unity; his continuing interest and involvement in Ecumenism; his PhD journey and his thesis idea that never came to fruition - Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogue – because his time was at capacity.
Archbishop Bolen told the informal group that Catholics are not very good at articulating our faith “although we are getting better at it,” he said, “it certainly is a challenge for us today to become articulate...
On Thursday Sister Rufina Dubao in the Archdiocese Resource Centre hosted the Annual Advent Veggie Tales event. Moms and tots gathered either in the morning or afternoon to watch the Veggie Tales video focusing on the Advent season and to make a craft. A lot of fun and was had by all, eespecially Sister Rufina. Take a look at some of the pictures.
Ten members from St. Cecilia’s parish in Regina gathered for their regular Thursday morning coffee in a different venue this week. After morning Mass, the parishioners re-grouped at the Archdiocesan Resource Centre to find out more about the many resources available to them. “Many people don’t know the Centre exists,” said their pastor, Fr. John Weckend, “so I just wanted to give them an opportunity to see it for themselves.” Resources from the Centre are available free-of-charge to anyone in the Archdiocese.
Bring your spouse or fiancé and join us for the wildly popular DVD series by Mark Gungor. At the Archdiocesan Resource Centre on445 Broad Street North. Tuesday nights @ 7 p.m.: January 20 and 27; February 3 and 10 Come for one session or come for all four. For For more information and to pre-register, please call Teresa @ 352-1651 ext. 238. Pre-registration encouraged and appreciated but not mandatory.