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Praise In The Park

Last updated on Thu, 2015-09-17 15:14
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It couldn’t have been a better day for Praise in the Park II which took place in Victoria Park, Saturday September 12. Bright sun, little wind and a temperature that spent most of the day in the high 20s reaching plus 31 at one point attracted about 2,000 people over the course of the day and evening to listen to eight highly energized praise bands from various Regina Christian churches. “We are here to demonstrate our faith together,” said Sonlight Christian Reformed Church Pastor Charles Kooger in his opening remarks. “Before Christ died on the Cross he prayed that we all might be one... more
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Sod Turning For New Schools

Last updated on Sat, 2015-09-12 11:23
Six gold painted shovels dug in, officials made speeches, children watched and the three new joint-use schools project officially got underway. The Catholic school to be built on the sod turning site in the newly developing south east area known as The Greens On Gardiner will be named St. Elizabeth. The public school is yet to be named.It was a bright, sunny and warm day as the Minister of Education Don Morgan, Catholic School Board Chair Rob Bresciani, Public School Board Chair Katherine Gagne, J.U.M.P. Director Sheldon Ramstead and Grade five students... more
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Regina Catholic Teachers Celebrate

Last updated on Tue, 2015-09-08 12:07
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On Friday, August 28th, 0ver 1,000 staff members, Archbishop Daniel Bohan, priests and religious of Regina and special guests packed Resurrection Parish for Regina Catholic Schools opening mass and Faith Day Presentations.  The Mass unofficially kicked off the beginning of the school year as staff came together in faith to celebrate our Catholic distinctiveness. In addition to the mass, our long-term service recipients were acknowledged. Presentations were also made to Sr. Yvette Plessis in recognition of her fiftieth anniversary of consecrated life and to kindergarten student Rain Ayson... more
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Couples Connect

Last updated on Mon, 2015-09-07 19:49
We are accepting 40 couples diocese wide. Please extend an invitation to any dating, engaged or newly  married  couples  in  your  parishes  who  you  feel could benefit from this program.For more information or to register call Linda Mueller  bmueller@sasktel.net 306-­533-­8355 Rose Flaman-­Trehas rtrehas@sasktel.net  306-­530-­5544 Program Session Dates (tentative)Scheduled on Sunday afternoons from 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm.   Every three weeks... more
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Blessed Sacrament Parish Small Group Parish Retreat

Last updated on Sat, 2015-06-13 22:30
Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church 33 Days to Morning GlorySmall Group Parish Retreat This wonderful 6 week retreat, designed especially for parishes by Fr. Michael Gaitley M.I.C., is a day by day gift of daily prayer, following in the footsteps of St. Louis de Montfort, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Blessed Mother Teresa and St. John Paul II, culminating with Consecration to Jesus through Mary on July 16, 2015 Our Lady of Mount Carmel. The retreat begins Tuesday June 9 from 9:15 to 1030 am in the Knights of Columbus room and thereafter Tuesday mornings from 9:15 to 1030 am. Each... more
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Holodomor Memorial Statue Blessed

Last updated on Tue, 2015-05-19 00:02
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It’s obvious the girl, who appears to be about 12-years-old, is starving. She holds a few stocks of wheat in her hand. She is very thin. Her eyes are hollow. She is gaunt looking. She, is a statue, located a few meters east of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on the shore of Wascana Lake in Wascana Centre Park. She is a memorial to the estimated seven to 10-million people who died in the deliberate starvation of Ukrainian people by then Soviet Dictator Josef Stalin in 1932-33; Holomodor, in the Ukrainian language. It is estimated that about a third of those who died were children.The... more
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Regina Pro-Life Rally

Last updated on Tue, 2015-05-12 11:03
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It was cloudy, cold and windy Thursday, May 7,  but it did not deter more than 200 who showed their pro life support at a rally and March that began in front of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and trekked up and down Albert Street, one of the city’s main thoroughfares.“Given the weather, we’re very pleased with the support we had,” said Terri Bergen, President of Regina Pro Life.It was a full day of activity for the Regina Pro-Life group that began at 7 a.m. with a crew that planted 10,000, small pink and blue flags each representing ten abortions (100,000) performed each year in... more
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Board & Room for Young Women attending U of R

Last updated on Thu, 2015-05-07 14:03
Board and Room available for Young Women attending the University of Regina: The Sisters of the Presentation of Mary have a house on Pells Drive, a quick fifteen or twenty minute walk to the University of Regina.  We welcome young women who are looking for room and board.  Residents have enjoyed our meals, our company, our support and a place that responds to their need for quiet and study. For more information please contact: Sister Emma Rousseau, 5 Pells DriveRegina, Sk  S4S 4S8, Phone: (306) 584-3652 , E-mail: erousseau03@gmail.com
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Campion College announced the start of construction for its Building Enhancement Project, which is designed to improve accessibility throughout the college for persons with disabilities. The project includes the replacement and relocation of its elevator, the addition of spacious entryways at each floor, and direct access into the college building.“We are very exciting to be moving forward with this project, which has been many years in the making,” says Campion College President John Meehan, SJ. “As a Jesuit college, we are committed to creating a barrier-free environment for all... more
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A Taste of Russia: How Food Brings Culture Together

Last updated on Tue, 2015-05-05 16:03
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Borscht, blini, beet, carrot and potato salad, kugel, babka, and compote, Russian food and all free if you happened to be a guest at the April 26 a Taste of Russia event held at Beth Jacob Synagogue. “We wanted to bring people together in a special way to have them under one roof enjoying a taste of different cultures,” said Helen Kesten, one of the organizers.About 110 men, women and children, visibly of different cultures were served Russian dishes in a traditional way, placing bowls and platters of the various foods on the round tables and people helping themselves. It was all free,... more
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