50 years have passed since these prophetic words were written: “We are deeply convinced that this is truly a great work, both for the world and for the Church, since man cannot find true happiness, toward which he aspires with all his being, other than by respecting the laws inscribed by God in his very nature…”
These words were promulgated by, soon to be Canonized, Blessed Pope Paul VI in his Encyclical Letter, Humanae Vitae.
The families who freely and joyfully embrace the 2000 year old teaching of the Church, reap the benefits of fidelity to God’s laws. To further quote Article 21, “Such discipline bestows upon family life fruits of serenity and peace, and facilitates the solution to other problems;
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The 2018 Regina Archdiocesan CWL Convention took place at St. Gerard’s Parish in Yorkton on Apr 29-30th with over 200 in attendance including members, dignitaries and guests.
The convention began on Sunday at 2 pm with registration and refreshments, rosary in the Church and the Opening Mass at 4:30 pm. Our celebrant was Archbishop Donald Bolen, with our Spiritual Advisor Rev. Ed Hengen and attending priests concelebrating.
Following mass, the banquet was held in the parish hall. Guest Speaker was Rev. Rene Mangahas on the topic of “Inspired by the Spirit, Women Respond to God’s Call” which is our current CWL theme. Rev. Rene used his love of music to get his message across starting with an Amen Clap to music from Sister Act, Sound of Music and ABBA. His energetic speech had everyone captivated until his final bible quote of the evening. Matthew 28: 18 to 20.
LAMBERTUS – Father Cyril Lambertus finished his priestly work for the Lord on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at Whiterock, B.C. at the age of 100 after serving as a priest for almost 71 years. Father Lambertus was born May 30th, 1917 at the Glen Holly farm family home four miles east of Moose Jaw on number one highway. He was the seventh child of Maurice John and Helen Agnes (nee: Murray) Lambertus family.
He was predeceased by his parents Maurice & Helen, two sisters Margaret Cafferata,and Sister Margaret Lambertus, IBVM; and four brothers Maurice Jerome, Patrick, Joseph and Francis.
Father Lambertus completed his elementary studies at St. Agnes School, Moose Jaw and his high school at St. Joseph’s College, Yorkton; and then studied at Campion College, Regina and St. Mary’s College, Brockville, Ontario.
After spending one year at the Redemptorist novitiate in St. John, New Brunswick, he was...
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is a republican and probably considered to be on the Right side of the political spectrum as are most Republicans but he had some interesting things to day about culture, following the Florida school shootings. He sees the cause as a culture of violence that exists in the U.S and I believe what he says about that can apply equally in Canada.
what do you expect Bevin says when we have lost all respect for human life. there isn’t a kid under 12 that hasn’t been exposed to pornography that shows no respect for women; Violent video games that award points if you go back and finish off someone who has been wounded. Since abortion has become legal, more than 50-million babies have been destroyed and with some states now making assisted suicide legal, we have doctors not preserving life but taking life,. there is no respect for human life neither at the beginning nor the end of life.
When he was a child guns were brought on to school busses and...