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Our Lady of Peace Parish Grand Opening

Last updated on Tue, 2017-08-29 14:03
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Our Lady of Peace Parish Grand OpeningOn Sunday August 27, 2017 the parishioners of Our Lady of Peace parish celebrated the grand opening of their newly renovated church and the installation of Fr. James Olologba as their new pastor. They were joined by Archbishop Donald Bolen, former parishioners and clergy, who travelled to join them on this special occasion.Not that long ago, it  looked like there would not be a church in the North Central area at all. The parishes of St. Charles, Good Samaritan and Canadian Martyrs were all slated to be closed but in August of 2014 Archbishop Daniel... more
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Holy Family looking for Pastoral Assistant

Last updated on Tue, 2017-08-01 10:24
Job Position:  Pastoral Assistant, directly responsible to the PastorScope:  Permanent, Full-time (average 160 hours per month) with some evenings and weekends dependent upon Liturgical season and programsStart Date:  As soon as possibleSalary:  Negotiable ($21.00 – $24.00)Benefits: Archdiocese of Regina’s benefit planCloses:  August 31, 2017Key Functions:The Pastoral Assistant (P.A.) organizes sacramental preparation and ensures their delivery for the parish community.  The P.A. coordinates and/or delivers the RCIA and RCIC Programs in conjunction with... more
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Sacred Heart School Blessing

Last updated on Thu, 2017-06-29 15:09
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SACRED HEART SCHOOL BLESSINGJUNE 23, 2017By Frank FlegelJune 23 was an appropriate day for the blessing and official opening of Sacred Heart School as it was the day of the Feast of the Sacred Heart, a most solemn day held 19 days after Pentecost on a Friday. Archbishop Donald Bolen, in his brief remarks before he blessed the school, talked about the meaning of the Sacred Heart as a symbol of God’s love for us. “It’s a beautiful thing to have that name for a school. It is the heart of this community and it’s in the heart of the city so it’s going to be a beautiful example and symbol of the... more
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Variety Night... One of Our Favourite Things!

Last updated on Thu, 2017-06-15 16:58
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Ten years of talent was showcased last week as some members of the Archdiocesan Youth and Young Adult Leadership Teams celebrated their “Favourite Things.” This Variety Night show, celebrating its 10th year... was a three hour extravaganza showcasing some of the favourite music, dance and comedy from Variety Night over the last 10 years.It all began in 2008 when Michelle Braden and the St. Peters’s youth group needed a way to help raise money to attend World Youth Day.  In this year’s Variety Night program it said, “We performed on a stage made out of wooden tables balanced on chairs... more
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Jean Mahoney Recipient of St. Edmund Campion Medal

Last updated on Mon, 2017-06-12 14:17
Jean Mahoney Recipient of St. Edmund Campion MedalJune 8, 2017Campion College Chapel, University of ReginaBy Frank Flegel Jean Mahoney of Regina added another honour to her list of honours as the third recipient of the St. Edmund Campion Medal awarded to her at the annual convocation exercises held June 8 at Campion College.The medal is awarded to an individual whose life and activities have exemplified in an outstanding way the service of faith and promotion of justice—ideals championed by St. Edmund Campion and embedded in the Jesuit philosophy of education at Campion College.Mahoney,... more
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Outdoor Stations of the Cross - Holy Child Parish

Last updated on Thu, 2017-04-20 13:39
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Fr. Dan and nearly 70 men, women and children pray for their Holy Child Parish neighbors and the needs of the world during their outdoor Stations of the Cross this Good Friday morning.
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Visita Iglesia (Church Visit)

Last updated on Tue, 2017-04-11 15:30
Visita Iglesia (Church Visit) is an ancient Catholic tradition of visiting a number of churches on Holy Thursday.  The goal is often 7 (for each the wounds of Christ on his hands & feet, side, head & back), or 14 (for Stations of the Cross), but could also be 3, or 9 (as a Novena).  At each church, say a prayer such as a Hail Mary, Glory Be, Our Father, and/or a decade or two of the rosary.  If the church is not open, prayers may still be said outside the doors.  Everyone is invited to join with those who remember Christ’s passion this way, including our Filipino... more
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Gang Intervention, Rehabilitation, and Re-entry Program

Last updated on Tue, 2017-02-28 13:16
The presidents of Campion College, Luther College, First Nations University of Canada, and the University of Regina present: 2017 Forward Together Lecture: Barking to the Choir: Now Entering the Kinship of God. Listen to Father Greg Boyle, SJ, founder of Homeboy Industries---the largest and most successful gang intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in the world. On Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in the Education Auditorium. Admission is free. Complimentary parking is available in lots 7 and 8.The Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, SJ, is the founder... more
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Christ the King's Unique Ministry

Last updated on Tue, 2017-02-28 10:01
No one is quite sure when it all began, but Christ the King Parish in Regina has developed and sustained a highly organized, well-trained ministry that involves 60 people who provide lay ministry services and visiting to about 260 sick and elderly people who live mostly in care homes within the parish boundaries.There are 16 lay ministry teams, each with a commissioned lay minister, reader, and “hopefully” a musician,” says Linda Lucyk, Parish Pastoral Care Coordinator, in describing the ministry to the Prairie Messenger.  The teams provide weekly lay ministry services to all the care... more
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Christ the King Ladies' Breakfast

Last updated on Fri, 2017-02-03 14:08
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Archbishop Donald Bolen used his personal motto - Mercy within Mercy within Mercy - to begin his talk to the Christ the King Ladies Prayer Breakfast held January 28 in the Church Hall. Bishop Don explained how he came to using this motto: “I was reading Thomas Merton’s book The Sign of Jonas and this phrase comes near the end of the book,” and he felt it appropriate in expressing his beliefs.With that explanation, the archbishop led into his talk about how God’s love and mercy is at the core of our Catholic faith.  He explained that the word that is often referred to in liturgies is the... more
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