Resource Center

The Resource Centre has many DVDs, videos, books, CDs, audiotapes, and periodicals.

We have resources on family life, personal growth, prayer, scripture, liturgy, youth programs and much, much more.

Memberships paid by the parishes help to purchase new resources so that we can remain up-to-date with the latest materials.

Who Can Borrow Resources?

Our resources are available to everyone within the Archdiocese of Regina

What If I Don’t Live In Regina?

No problem. Out of town requests are mailed with the expectation they will be mailed back after use at the user’s expense.

How Do I Borrow Something?

Use any of these easy ways.

1. Search the Library and submit an online request. Use the search button at the top right of this page.
2. Phone 306-352-1651 and ask for Louise
3. Email lmoleskyatarchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca     

4. Drop in at 445 Broad St. N, Regina. We’d love to see you.

Our hours are: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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What's New

Lenten Veggie Tales

Last updated on April 27, 2017

On April 11, 2017, the Archdiocese Resource Centre hosted a Lenten Veggie-tales,  7 children came with their parents and guardians. Before the Veggie-tale show the kids with their parents  had  craft making followed by a liturgy, where we listened to the Word of God about the prodigal son, a short reflection, parents/guardians prayed for their kids. After the prayer they enjoyed watching the veggie-tale show. 

 

Advent Veggie Tales Enjoyed By All

Last updated on December 15, 2016

On Thursday Sister Rufina Dubao in the Archdiocese Resource Centre hosted the Annual Advent Veggie Tales event. Moms and tots gathered either in the morning or afternoon to watch the Veggie Tales video focusing on the Advent season and to make a craft. A lot of fun and was had by all, eespecially Sister Rufina. Take a look at some of the pictures.

Resource Centre has Visitors

Last updated on May 12, 2016

Ten members from St. Cecilia’s parish in Regina gathered for their regular Thursday morning coffee in a different venue this week.  After morning Mass, the parishioners re-grouped at the Archdiocesan Resource Centre to find out more about the many resources available to them.  “Many people don’t know the Centre exists,” said their pastor, Fr. John Weckend, “so I just wanted to give them an opportunity to see it for themselves.”  Resources from the Centre are available free-of-charge to anyone in the Archdiocese.