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SOURCE - Christ the King Parish

Last updated on September 27, 2017

At Christ the King Parish, 3239 Garnet Street

Event begins on May 13, 2018

SOURCE - Resurrection Parish

Last updated on September 27, 2017

At Resurrection Parish, 3155 Windsor Park Road

Event begins on April 15, 2018

At Archbishop O'Neill High School, 134 Argyle Street

Event begins on March 17, 2018

SOURCE - Holy Family Parish

Last updated on September 27, 2017

At Holy Family Parish 1021 McCarthy Blvd N

Event begins on February 11, 2018

SOURCE - Christ the King Parish

Last updated on September 27, 2017

At Christ the King Parish, 3239 Garnet Street

Event begins on January 14, 2018

SOURCE - Resurrection Parish

Last updated on September 27, 2017

At Resurrection Parish, 3155 Windsor Park Road

Event begins on December 10, 2017

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Event begins on April 21, 2018

CHASSK & SCSBA Joint Convention

Last updated on September 27, 2017
Ministering 
To God's Beloved serving and learning
from those who are vulnerable Joint convention of the
Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan

and the

Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association
October 20 - 22, 2017

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Regina

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Anne Butler

Session 1: The Beauty of the Dancer: Embracing Our Own Vulnerability
Session 2: The Beauty of the Song: Embracing the Vulnerability of Others

Dr. Josephine Lombardi

Session 3: Becoming Experts in Humanity: Understanding the Factors taht Influcence Human Behavior and Limit Authentic Freedom
Session 4: Mercy and Beyond: Understanding the Obstacles that Keep Us From Being Merciful Witnesses

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Archdiocesan Priorities 2017-2020

Last updated on September 28, 2017

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 unique: rural or urban, large or small,...

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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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