Qu’Appelle Deanery

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Christmas Hospitality in Fort Qu'Appelle

Last updated on Tue, 2016-02-23 10:29
Because of the generosity of the community, on Christmas Day, more than 100 people who would have otherwise been alone, were able to enjoy hospitality, friendship and fellowship along with a traditional holiday meal at Fort Qu’Appelle’s Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church. “The support of the community has been overwhelming,” said Co-chair, Gwenda Watson. “The business community, organizations, families and individuals have rallied to provide funding and food for this celebration.” “We are also grateful to the many volunteers who donated their time, skills, labour and enthusiasm to... more
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Lebret Sacred Heart Parish Celebrates 150 Years

Last updated on Wed, 2015-10-28 14:26
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Sacred Heart Church is a much photographed icon in the QuAppelle Valley sitting prominently in the village of Lebret on Mission Lake. Established in 1869 by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) it had a pivotal role in southern Saskatchewan’s history and that 150 years of service was celebrated the weekend of October 16-18 with visitors from across Canada and a few from the U.S. The celebration included social gatherings, a pancake breakfast, a Latin mass celebrated by Father Louis Abello Saturday... more
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Lebret's Sacred Heart Celebrates 150 Years

Last updated on Thu, 2015-10-22 16:11
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Sacred Heart Church is a much photographed icon in the QuAppelle Valley sitting prominently in the village of Lebret on Mission Lake. Established in 1869 by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) it had a pivotal role in southern Saskatchewan’s history and that 150 years of service was celebrated the weekend of October 16-18 with visitors from across Canada and a few from the U.S.The celebration included social gatherings, a pancake breakfast, a Latin mass celebrated by Father Louis Abello Saturday afternoon and Sunday mass celebrated by Archbishop Daniel Bohan with Winnipeg Emeritus Archbishop... more
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Encyclical Walk

Last updated on Mon, 2015-09-07 20:17
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Pope Francis’ Encyclical LaudatoSi: On Care for Our Common Home has inspired the world to become more aware of the environment and the changes occurring to the Earth. Some 32 people including Winnipeg Archbishop Emeritus James Weisgerber and Reverend John Meehan S.J. President of Campion College, August 29, took a four Kilometer hike around the Qu’Appelle Valley’s Echo Lake to contemplate Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter. The seven member organizing committee took turns giving a short reflection on several of the themes contained in the... more
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