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Our Lady of Peace Parish Grand Opening

Last updated on June 27, 2017

Our Lady of Peace Parish, 425 Broad Street North, Regina invites YOU to the Grand Opening of our new worship space and hall. Mass with Archbishop Don Bolen presiding –Blessing of the building and Installation of Father James Owolagba. Old Fashioned Church Picnic – Noon to 3:00 p.m. Visiting, Food, Games, memorabilia, family activities



Event begins on August 27, 2017

Annual Report 2016

Last updated on June 27, 2017

Click on the link below to read our Annual Report for 2016.

Annual Report 2016

13 Tuesday Devotions

Last updated on June 28, 2017

Finale 13 Report

On Tuesday, June 13th, St. Anthony’s Parish in Regina celebrated, with praise and thanksgiving, their final Tuesday in the 85th consecutive Year of the 13 Tuesdays Devotion to their Patron Saint, which happened to fall on St. Anthony’s Feast Day. It was the last Tuesday of a spiritual journey, in which they gathered to pray, to give thanks and ask for the intercession of their powerful patron, St. Anthony, who never fails, even in desperate situations.

The evening liturgy, celebrated by Fr. Stanislaw Poszwa, S.Chr.,  and Fr. Marian Ogórek, S.Chr., consisted of three important parts:

1. Holy Eucharist

2. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

3. Veneration of the relics of St. Anthony

The Mass was offered for the intentions of all devotees of St. Anthony, as well as all the intentions entrusted to their Patron Saint. The Patronal Feast Day and the Finale of the 85th Year in the history of the parish’s 13 Tuesdays Devotion was...

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Catholic Education Week May 21 - 27, 2017

Last updated on May 24, 2017

Catholic Education Week

When asked, students have much to say about what Catholic Education means to them. Jesus, prayers, welcoming, patience, God, love. As we mark Catholic Education Week May 21-27, we thank you for your thoughts and prayers. Catholic Education is a gift for which we thank God every day. Regina Catholic Schools


Doors open at 3:30 p.m.

Event begins on September 21, 2017

Clergy Appointments

Last updated on June 22, 2017

By Frank Flegel

A retirement, several international priests retuning to their home country, and a more active retired archbishop, are some of the changes in the clergy appointments for the Regina Archdiocese announced by Regina Archbishop Donald Bolen. 

Winnipeg Archbishop Emeritus James Weisgerber, who has been living in Regina since his retirement as archbishop of Winnipeg, has agreed to become Priest Moderator at Regina’s French Church, St. Jean Baptiste. “I look at this as a kind of payback,” said the retired archbishop speaking with the Prairie Messenger. ”Archbishop Michael O’Neil sent me to Ottawa in 1956 to the seminary so I could learn French and French has been such a gift in my life and now I get to serve the French parish for a year.” He will serve as Priest Moderator responsible for Sacramental Ministry, i.e. say masses, administer baptism, hear confessions, etc.

Parish Life Coordinator for St. Jean Baptiste, Francine Audy, will continue to look...

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Letter From Regina Catholic Schools

Last updated on April 25, 2017

A letter in response to the recent Catholic School Funding Decision from Domenic Scuglia, Director of Ecucation Regina Catholic Schools.

Sacred Heart School Closing Assembly

Last updated on April 11, 2017

Sacred Heart School Closing Assembly Attracts Former Students, Teachers and Friends

March 31, 2017

 The halls of Sacred Heart Community School in Regina’s North Central neighborhood reverberated more loudly than usual March 31st as former students, teachers, neighbors and friends gathered for what was the final school assembly.  “Oh! It was great,” said former student now Catholic School Trustee Richard Dittrick as he wandered down the halls and poked into classrooms that brought back many memories of his Grades 1-4 years he spent at the school. “There was a lot of nostalgia for sure” as he recalled former classmates and teachers.

Students prepared memorabilia from their classrooms which were encased in a Time capsule to be opened at some point in the future. They showed what school life was like in 2016.   The school will empty April 24 as students, teachers and staff pack up and move a few steps west to a brand new state-of-the-art school.   ...

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Chrism Mass

Last updated on April 13, 2017

CHRISM MASS at Regina Holy Rosary Cathedral  

APRIL 4, 2017

A passage from Isiah which Jesus uses to tell his disciples of His mission on earth sent by God, also applies to today’s priests, said Archbishop Donald Bolen in his April 4 Chrism Mass homily.

This same passage was the first reading that opened the Chrism Mass. “Jesus chooses the passage of the suffering servant who has been anointed to bring good news to the poor - go open the eyes of the blind; bind their hearts to their brokenness; proclaim liberty to captives, freedom to those in prison; go proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour; heal the world. It is also our mission, Jesus tells us. We as disciples have been anointed precisely to carry out that same mission,” said the Archbishop. ”To be His hands, His presence to God’s people.”

He initially spoke to the priests and then he included all the faithful who packed Holy Rosary Cathedral. “We as a people are empowered by this same text to bring...

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(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis met Monday morning with Bishops from western Canada, who are in Rome for their visit ad limina Apostolorum (to the threshold of the [basilicas] of the Apostles).

The Bishops collectively form the Assembly of Western Catholic Bishops (AWCB). Established in 1974, the Assembly gathers the Bishops of the Roman Catholic and Eastern Catholic Churches of the four Western Canadian provinces, the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut.

In total, it serves eighteen Roman Catholic [Latin-rite] dioceses (Calgary, Churchill-Hudson Bay, Edmonton, Grouard-McLennan, Kamloops, Keewatin-Le Pas, MacKenzie-Fort Smith, Nelson, Prince Albert, Prince George, Regina, Saint-...

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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.
Diocesan Administrator
(306) 565-0909
(306) 522-6526