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“Lord, You search me and You know me.” 

God has planted our vocation deep into our hearts.  Only He knows the plans He has for each one of us.  Through our baptism, we are called to Know Christ, Love Christ and Serve Christ and sanctity is our highest calling and our first vocation.  In discerning where God is calling us, we must continue to grow in an intimate and personal relationship and conversation with Christ.  Whether our call is priesthood, consecrated life, marriage or single life, we must discuss with Christ, “Is this the best path for me to holiness?”

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By Frank Flegel, special to Grandin Media
Regina, Sask.
Canada & World
June 20, 2018

Deacon Harper Boucher by Frank Flegel, special to Grandin Media

He was once a special representative for Interpol at the United Nations, working with countries developing anti-terrorism policies. Now he is Deacon Harper Boucher of the Archdiocese of Regina.

“I’m feeling very humbled, I’m feeling very blessed by the Lord. All night I could feel the Holy Spirit working within me. It’s something I was really looking forward to,” said Boucher, a provincial court judge and a 40-year veteran of the RCMP, following his June 15th ordination to the permanent diaconate.

“I am at a stage in my life where I have a lot of experience, I think I have a lot to contribute. Perhaps I will develop a program for the elderly in my parish.”

Boucher’s career as a Mountie took him to postings across Canada,...

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Fr. C. Lambertus Obituary

Last updated on May 8, 2018

LAMBERTUS – Father Cyril Lambertus finished his priestly work for the Lord on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at Whiterock, B.C. at the age of 100 after serving as a priest for almost 71 years.  Father Lambertus was born May 30th, 1917 at the Glen Holly farm family home four miles east of Moose Jaw on number one highway.  He was the seventh child of Maurice John and Helen Agnes (nee: Murray) Lambertus family.

 He was predeceased by his parents Maurice & Helen, two sisters Margaret Cafferata,and Sister Margaret Lambertus, IBVM; and four brothers Maurice Jerome, Patrick, Joseph and Francis.

Father Lambertus completed his elementary studies at St. Agnes School, Moose Jaw and his high school at St. Joseph’s College, Yorkton; and then studied at Campion College, Regina and St. Mary’s College, Brockville, Ontario.

 After spending one year at the Redemptorist novitiate in St. John, New Brunswick, he was...

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World Day of Prayer for Vocations

Last updated on April 25, 2018

Message of the Holy Father


Prayers of the Faithful

For young men and women; that God may give them the gift of understanding to discern their service in the Church, the priesthood, diaconate, or consecrated life; and for the gift of courage to follow His call. We...

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Ordination to the Transitional Diaconate

Last updated on June 5, 2018

Event begins on June 29, 2018

Deacons-in-Formation Rite of Candidacy

Last updated on February 14, 2018

At the 5:00 p.m. Mass at Resurrection Parish on Saturday, February 10, 2018 our nine Deacons-in-Formation were accepted as Candidates to the Permanent Diaconate by Archbishop Don Bolen. This is the final step before they are Ordained to the Permanent Diaconate in June. To learn more about our Diaconate Formation Program please click HERE.

Retrouvaille: Retrouvaille is a lighthouse for marriages on stormy seas.  A Retrouvaille weekend is currently being held in Saskatoon.  Please take a moment to pray for these couples and all couples who are struggling in their marriages.  If you’d like more information on Retrouvaille Saskatchewan, please visit us at For confidential information about or to register for the April 27-29, 2018 weekend in Saskatoon, call Ben & Joanne at (306) 652-7155 or emai:l retrouvaillesasktel [dot] net 



Celebrating Consecrated Life

Last updated on February 6, 2018

By Frank Flegel


For eight years running, the Regina Catholic School Division has hosted a lunch to honour those who have chosen to live a consecrated life. This year’s lunch was held February 1 in the Gratton Room at the Division’s office and attracted the largest group ever. 

We have 38 people here today,” said Miles Meyers the Division’s Coordinator for Religious Education. “It’s twice the number we had last year. Some have even come from outside the city.”

Most who attended the luncheon were members of Sister congregations, but several members of the Madonna House Apostolate who operate the Marian Centre soup kitchen in downtown Regina were also in attendance.  School Board Chair Robert Bresciani welcomed everyone and explained the lunch is held each year as a small gesture of thanks for the efforts those living a consecrated life contribute to and support the Division’s work of Catholic education. Trustees and members of the Division’s senior...

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Sister Mary Martin in Memoriam

Last updated on January 24, 2018

Sister Mary Martin died peacefully at Santa Maria Senior Citizens Home on Friday, January 19, 2018. Born in Regina in 1924 to Maria (Kwiatkowski) and Joseph Zywina, Sister was predeceased by her parents and her three siblings, Virginia, Catherine and Phyllis. She will be missed by her nieces and nephews, her many teacher friends and past students and by her religious family, the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, of whom she was a member since 1942. Sister M. Martin received her early education at North Regina Public School and her high school at Sacred Heart Academy and Sacred Heart College. She attained her B.A. at the University of SK, her B.Ed. and M.Ed. at the University of Ottawa, and her M.A. at St. Paul's University in Minnesota, USA. Teaching was a work that Sister dearly loved and to which she gave her whole heart. She taught in Lebret, SK for five years, in Sioux Lookout, ON for two years, and in various high schools in...

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In Memory of Sister Brideen Fohey, OP

Last updated on December 21, 2017

SINSINAWA, Wis.—Sister Brideen Fohey, OP, died Dec. 18, 2017. The funeral Mass was held at the Dominican motherhouse, Sinsinawa, Dec. 21, 2017, followed by burial in the Motherhouse Cemetery.

Sister Brideen made her first religious profession as a Sinsinawa Dominican Oct. 2, 1951, and her final profession Aug. 5, 1956. She ministered in music as a teacher, organist, piano teacher, and accompanist for 50 years. Sister Brideen served as a hospital chaplain for 17 years, a pastoral associate for two years, a liturgist for two years, support staff for one year and nurse aide for one year. Many of her ministries were simultaneous. She served in Illinois, Wyoming, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Canada. in the Archdiocese of Regina, Sister Brideen taught private piano lessons at University of Regina in the Conservancy of the Performing Arts, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1989-1992.*

 Sister Brideen was born Feb. 1, 1929, in Milwaukee, the...

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Celebrating the Rite of Candidacy to Holy Orders

Last updated on December 24, 2017

We were blessed this December to celebrate the Rite of Candidacy to Holy Orders with three of our seminarians:

Buu Phun Trang (Anthony) on December 3, 2017 at St. Cecilia Parish

Parker Love on December 10, 2017 at Resurrection Parish

Van Chinh (Joseph) Vu on December 17, 2017 at Christ the King Parish

Ricardo Escalante on October 17, 2017 at Holy Child Parish - Not pictured


Let us continue to pray for vocations and for all of our seminarians.


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445 Broad St. North
S4R 2X8 Regina , Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan CA
Rev. Stephen Bill
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