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Archdiocesan Priorities 2017-2020

Last updated on September 14, 2017
ARCHDIOCESAN PRIORITIES 2017-2020

Following a consultation and discernment process in the Spring and Summer of 2017 with lay leaders and staff, religious women, and archdiocesan clergy, I have heard, prayed on, and now offer the following priorities for the Archdiocese of Regina for the next 2 to 3 years. I look forward to working alongside Archdiocesan clergy, staff, parish leaders, the lay faithful, Catholic organizations and community partners in reflecting on and setting goals towards these priorities, which our loving God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit - has set upon our hearts.

 

Since God has “shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ” (2 Cor. 4:6), we, in the Archdiocese of Regina, feel called to sustain and strengthen a church that is:

1.Building vital and viable parish faith communities

A healthy archdiocese and strong parishes are intrinsically bound together. Each of our parishes is...

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The nine men who are preparing for ordination to the Permanent Diaconate for the Archdiocese of Regina, gathered together at Campion College from September 1-3, 2017 for the begining fo their fourth and final year of formation.  On Saturday, they gathered for Mass and were joined by Archbishop Don Bolen. Archbishop Don installed all nine of them into the Ministry of Acolyte. This is one of the four liturgical steps toward the their ordination to the diaconate. Last year, they received the Ministry of Lector at a Mass held at Holy Rosary Cathedral. The next step will be the Rite of Candidacy, which is followed by the fourth and final Rite of Ordination to be celebrated in June of 2018.

Now that these men have been installed as Acolytes, you may begin seeing them robed up and at the Altar assisting the priest, but what does that mean?

-Per the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM), as an acolyte, the deacon candidate is instituted to serve at the altar and to...

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Couples Connect

Last updated on September 13, 2017

Couples Connect - 8 SESSIONS BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2017 - $275 PER COUPLE INCLUDES A LOVELY DINNER

Regina’s Newest Catholic Program designed for Dating, Engaged and Newly married couples. Couples Connect is a faith based program for dating, engaged and newly-married couples that can make a real and lasting difference in your marriage! Couples connect by talking about issues that they may have touched on while dating but while going deeper they are coming to a common understanding giving their relationship a more solid footing and REAL chance for long-term survival.  

We are tackling our 50% divorce rate by giving couples communication skills that will help them thru the tough times. We also paint a pretty clear picture about the future challenges and struggles that they may face in their relationships and the tools they will need to overcome them with respect, love and understanding firmly and positively intact. CC is an 8 session program with educated, well prepared...

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Event begins on December 3, 2017

A joint Social Justice Day will be held on Oct. 14th; combining a presentation from the Social Justice

Archdiocesan Office with the Development & Peace fall campaign workshop. It runs from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm at Christ the Redeemer Parish, 600 Circle Drive, Swift Current. Please contact Muriel 306-773-3819, Bert (306-352.1651) or Armella asonntagdevp [dot] org.

Event begins on October 14, 2017

At St. Martins Parish, 4720 Castle Rd.

All you can stuff in one bag for $5.00 (Bags will be supplied at the sale). 

Event begins on September 28, 2017

Trinity Manor Presentation

Last updated on September 13, 2017

TRINITY MANOR at WESTERRA

Presentation: Christ the King Parish Hall, 3239 Garnet St. Regina

 Tue. Sept.26/17 at 7:30pm

On June 19th, 2017 Archbishop Donald J. Bolen turned sod for the construction of Trinity Manor at Westerra. It is an Emmanuel Care (formerly the Catholic Health Ministry of Sask.) facility that will accommodate 200 senior suites for either independent or personal care options.

Due to open in the spring of 2019 and following on the heels of the very successful 173 suite Trinity Manor at Stonebridge in Saskatoon, Trinity Manor will be a premiere facility for those living in Regina.

Westerra is one of the newest developments in Regina and is west on Dewdney adjacent to the RCMP grounds. Trinity Manor at Westerra Inc. is located at 8351 Canola Ave.

Offering many amenities such as full meal service, weekly housekeeping including linens & towels, a chapel for mass and...

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Event begins on September 26, 2017

Fall Supper - St. Jean Baptiste Parish

Last updated on September 12, 2017

Fall Supper 2017

St. Jean-Baptiste Parish     (French Parish )

2517- 25th Avenue, Regina

From 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Cost for tickets bought and picked up prior to September 30th 2017:

Age 13+ and adults: $13.00

Children between 6 and 12: $7.00

Cost for tickets at the door on the day of the event:

Age 13+ and adults: $15.00

Children between 6 and 12: $8.00

Souper paroissial d’automne 2017

Paroisse Saint-Jean-Baptiste

2517 – 25e avenue, Regina

De 16 h à 18 h

Prix des billets achetés et ramassés avant le 30 septembre 2017 :

Adultes et jeunes de 13 ans et plus :  13,00 $

Enfants entre 6 ans et 12 ans...

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Event begins on October 1, 2017

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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