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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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Fr. Gaspar Lucas Celebrates 25th

Last updated on Tue, 2017-02-14 11:23
On Sunday, January 8th, the parishioners of St. Jerome Church, Regina Beach and St. Peter’s Church of Lumsden, hosted a celebration for Father Lucas Gaspar’s 25th Anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood. Mass was celebrated at St. Peter’s Church, Lumsden, and at St. Jerome Church, Regina Beach with His Grace, Archbishop Donald Bolen and Vicar General, Very Reverend Father Lorne Crozon and Father Gaspar Lucas officiating. The childrens’ choir of St. Jerome welcomed His Grace, Archbishop Donald Bolen, Very Rev. Father Crozon and Father Gaspar with the entrance song “Every Move I... 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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Holomodor Bus Visits Regina High Schools

Last updated on Tue, 2016-10-04 10:43
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REGINA……Holomodor, death by starvation, was inflicted on the Ukrainian people about the same time the Great Depression and the dirty thirties hit the rest of the world, but few people knew about it. That level of ignorance of a genocidal action that killed an estimated 10,000,000 people in Ukraine was still evident as late as the 1970s. The Holomodor Bus tour aims to educate not only students but the general population as well. “It was hidden and denied,” said Roma Dzerowicz, Executive director of the Bus Tour. “Not much was known about it outside the Soviet Union and not much information was... more
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REGINA…..He stood at the door and greeted everyone personally who came to help him celebrate 80 years of life, 54 of those years as a priest with the Society of Christ Fathers.Reverend Marian Ogorek, was born in Wielkie, Lublin, Poland, August 22, 1936. “Yes, I remember the war,” Ogorek said in an interview with the PM. His brother was born in the summer of 1939 and the war started September1. No immediate family members were lost during the war but several cousins perished shortly after the war began. After the war, the country was taken over by the communists.Ogorek entered the seminary of... more
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A rainy morning under a couple of tents surrounded by yellow school buses next to ÈCole St. Mary School was the scene as the Regina Catholic School Division (RCSD) introduced the new Blue Bird propane fuelled school buses. “Eighty per cent fewer emissions, warmer cabins, better starting profile for the winter, they’re equipped with all the technology; engine diagnostics, GPS controls and satellite mapping and routing, full camera system so that we can ensure 100% reliable safe and timely transportation,” said David White one of the principals with LP3 Transportation Solutions with which the... more
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Farewell Fr. Canisius, Seiferling, O.F.M.

Last updated on Fri, 2016-08-12 10:43
August 30, 1916 - August 10, 2016: Father Canisius Seiferling of Cochrane, AB, passed away on August 10, 2016 at the age of 99 years. Father Canisius Seiferling, a Catholic priest in the Religious Order of Franciscans of Western Canada, was born in Sedley, Saskatchewan. At the age of 17 he went to Edmonton, Alberta, to finish his schooling at St. Anthony's College. When he finished high school, he entered the Franciscan Order, and spent the next 8 years of religious formation in Quebec, after which he was ordained a priest, in Montreal, in 1943, at the age of 27. Fr. Canisius's first,... more
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White Pony Lodge Road Patrol - North Central Regina

Last updated on Tue, 2016-07-05 14:09
A group of women from Regina’s North Central neighborhood is trying to do something to reduce violence in the area. They carry out patrols every Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m, not to get involved in any perceived violence but to encourage their neighbours to be more vigilant and to show they care.“This came out of an initiative called North Central End the Violence,” said Shawna Oochoo, one of the organizers. The community began talking about what can be done to reduce violence following the February murder of a 26-year-old man in their community. Three teen-age boys along with a... more
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Regina Catholic Schools Employment Opportunities

Last updated on Tue, 2016-07-05 12:54
The Regina Catholic School Division is seeking applications for the following positions: Nutrition Worker (40%); Nutrition Worker (60%); Casual Education Support Professionals. For more information please contact Sandra Baragar at 306-791-7209 or Heidi Hildebrand at 306-791-7208.
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