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Archdiocesan Annual General Meeting

Last updated on July 6, 2018

By Frank Flegel

The Regina Archdiocese is in good financial shape according to financial officer Reverend Mr. Barry Wood and the Archdiocese is developing plans to build its own pastoral centre. These were two main issues reported at the June 16th Archdiocese Annual General Meeting held at Our Lady of Peace Church.

The financial picture and reports from pastoral services and the various ministries are available to the public in the annual report which has been distributed to all parishes and is also available on the Archdiocesan web site.

The Youth Ministry  coordinators Michelle Braden and  her assistant Braden Kuntz gave a brief report, describing one “journey with a young person” as an example of their support with parish youth groups.

Dr. Brett Salkeld spoke briefly about the permanent diaconate program and the nine candidates who were ordained the evening previous at Holy Rosary Cathedral.

Salkeld said the new deacons are prepared for...

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By Frank Flegel

This past June 15 was a special evening for the Archdiocese of Regina and for nine men newly ordained to the permanent diaconate.

“I know there’s something different but I can’t put my finger on it,” said Arron Polk, one of the nine ordained, as he struggled to describe what he was feeling after the ceremony. “I think an inner sense of joy and peace. I know it’s something different, but I can’t put it into words. It’s sort of a peaceful elation.” Others expressed similar feelings of joy and happiness that their four-year formation program had brought them to ordination.

Individual profiles of the nine are featured here.  

Archbishop Donald Bolen, in addressing the candidates prior to the ordination ceremony, recognized his predecessor, the late Archbishop Daniel Bohan, who had the foresight to establish a permanent diaconate in the Regina Archdiocese. “He hoped for a long-term program that would transform our diocese, focusing on service...

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Archdiocesan Annual Report 2017

Last updated on June 19, 2018
Download a copy of the Archdiocesan Annual report for 2017  Click Here

Archdiocesan Weekly - June 10, 2018

Last updated on June 6, 2018

THE BISHOP AND THE RABBI PONDER THE PSALMS

It was an evening of music performed by several choirs interspersed with comments about the psalms as Regina Archbishop Donald Bolen and Rabbi Jeremy Parnes continued their public discussions in areas of mutual interest. This time it was the psalms, specifically psalms 100,29,92, ,126,150,33 and 27 in that order.

Seated on chairs placed ahead of the steps leading to the sanctuary, they were angled so they could face each other and still be seen by the 150 people seated in the main body of the Cathedral.

The two alternated reading the psalms and explained the psalmists’ intent. After each reading one of several choral groups performed music and lyrics.

The Leo Morgan Community Choir with Parnes as Cantor led off the evening engaging the audience with their first piece. The Leo Morgan Community Choir is really the Choir of the Beth Jacob Synagogue. In a telephone conversation, the Rabbi explained Leo Morgan is a...

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This year marks the 75th Annual Convention of the Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan which will be held on October 22-23, 2018 at Saskatoon Inn.

Our first keynote, Sr. Nuala Kenny, OC, MD, FRCP will help us to focus on Jesus as our True North. Sr. Nuala will reflect on the journey of change and the inevitable questions we all face regarding health, illness, suffering, and dying. Sr. Nuala will provide a spiritual and biblical reflection to this by linking Jesus’ own experience of suffering and death with real-life stories about patients.She will be followed by Dr. Tracy Trothen, who will share her expertise on Why Values Matter and How Do We Know What’s Right with a focus on Moral Distress. Dr. Trothen will lead us through an interactive exploration of values and explore the reality of moral distress, and what happens when we find our values compromised. Finally, we are privileged to have the opportunity to hear Gregg Brown, MSC, CTDP, who will lead us to his...

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Arch Regina Congress 208 - "Be Joyful in Hope" and Archbishop's Appeal Kickoff Saturday, September 22, 2018 (for priests, pastoral assistants, and other parish staff, parish leaders including finance council members , ministry leaders and volunteers) 8:00 AM: Mass at Resurrection Parish - 3155 Windsor Park Rd. 9:30 AM-4:00 PM: Arch Regina Congress at St. Elizabeth School, 5149 Green Brooks Way, Regina SK

Breakout Sessions

Finance Catechetics & Evangelization Pastoral Council Adult Faith Formatioin & Evangelization To register email mgurasharchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca or call 306-352-1651 Ext. 237 by September 10, 2018. Lunch will be provided.

Event begins on September 22, 2018

2018 Clergy Appointments Announced

Last updated on June 6, 2018

Dear priests, sisters, deacons, and lay faithful of the Archdiocese of Regina:

With gratitude for the work of the Personnel Committee, we are pleased to announce the following appointments in the Archdiocese of Regina which are effective August 1, 2018 (a second memo with additional changes is forthcoming):

Please click here for Archbishop Bolen's letter announcing the new clergy appointments for 2018.

Resurrection Parish is seeking a part-time Communications Coordinator who is a follower of Jesus Christ and is in agreement with the teachings of the Catholic Church.  The primary responsibility of this role is to implement a communication strategy focused on growing disciples, while integrating the vision and mission of Resurrection Parish.  This role will report directly to the Pastor and will collaborate closely with the pastoral team, all office staff, parish committees, volunteers and parish partners.  The successful candidate must have a high level of expertise in computer applications, such as, but not limited to MS Office and Adobe Creative Suite.  Preference may be given to those that have an education or background in graphic design and web site management.  However, a suitable combination of relevant education and experience will also be considered.  If you are interested, resumes may...

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Archdiocese of Regina
445 N. Broad St.
S4R 2X8 Regina , Saskatchewan
Phone: 306-352-1651
Fax: 306-545-0510
Saskatchewan CA
Very Rev. Lorne Crozon, V.G.
Vicar General
Ph:
(306) 586-0449
(306) 586-0009