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St. Blaise Lake Alma Becomes Totally Catholic

Last updated on Wed, 2018-11-21 14:56
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Local Lutherans and Roman Catholics since 1992 shared the little white church here but on August 23 the church building was blessed as St. Blaise and became a totally Catholic Church. What was left of the Evangelical Lutheran community sold the building for the nominal sum of $1, according to Bernice Bloor, Chair of St. Blaise Pastoral Council. Title was transferred to the Archdiocese of Regina.  “We’re a small bunch, but mighty,” said Bloor speaking with the PM. “We have about 15 families registered and about nine turn out regularly to mass.” Parish Priest Reverend Anthony Pangan... more
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Spring The Sacramental Season

Last updated on Tue, 2017-08-15 10:39
By Frank FlegelMay and June were busy months for Regina Archbishop Donald Bolen; he held 53 Confirmation, and in some cases First Communion celebrations, in 50 parishes throughout the archdiocese.  Bishops traditionally celebrate the confirmations but last year the Archdiocese was between bishops so parish priests looked after the services.  As the new Archbishop Bolen decided to do all the Confirmations personally because he wants to get out to as many parishes as possible, but realistically, there are not enough weekends,  to get to all 131 parishes, plus those on First... more
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Divine Mercy Celebration

Last updated on Fri, 2017-03-31 16:11
Divine Mercy Sunday at St. Vincent de Paul in Weyburn Please join us as we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday. Our day of celebration starts at 2:30 with a talk by Archbishop Emeritus James Weisgerber, followed by Adoration and Confession with Mass at 5:00 and a free supper at McKenna Hall. We will also have the Chaplet of Divine Mercy in song. Please join us for a grace filled day of God's mercy. 
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The Shroud of Turin, Real or Not

Last updated on Fri, 2017-03-10 14:09
SHROUD OF TURIN REAL OR NOTMARCH 8, 2017 No one knows for sure how long the Shroud of Turin has been around, but the first documented evidence of its existence dates to about 1353 A.D. in a small village South of Paris, France. Since then it has held the attention of the world with many believing it is Christ’s burial shroud and the faded, vague image is indeed that of Jesus Christ. That fascination was in evidence Thursday evening March 2 at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Weyburn, when James Richards gave a power point presentation to about 40 fellow parishioners. He showed photos of the... more
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Stations of the Cross Through the Town of Montmarte

Last updated on Tue, 2016-04-05 09:36
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Parishioners from St. Joseph Candiac, Our Lady of the Rosary, Glenavon, St. Ignatius, Kendal and St. Aloysius, Fillmore joined with  Sacred Heart Parish in Montmartre on Good Friday to walk the Stations of the Cross through town.  The procession began at noon and lasted until 2 p.m. After an hour's rest, parishioners then joined in to celebrate the Good Friday liturgy together. 
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Montmartre's Stations of the Cross

Last updated on Mon, 2015-04-20 15:22
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On Good Friday Sacred Heart parish in Montmartre hosted the Stations of the Cross, with participants from the parishes of Candiac, Fillmore, Kendal and Glenavon.
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