Pope Francis is inviting all believers to open their hearts to God and to overcome a "globalization of indifference" in his message for Lent 2015 which was released on Tuesday in the Vatican.
In this Year of Consecrated Life, Archbishop Christian Lépine publishes a message to the faithful of the diocese.
More than 30 parish communities, including the Melkite community, came together to celebrate the World Day for Migrants and Refugees on Sunday, January 18 at the Scalabrini Centre for Refugees and Immigrants.
This year, the theme of the annual campaign and of the week of prayers for presbyteral vocations exhibits a note of joy and hope: “God is still calling today … what if we helped them become priests of Jesus Christ!”
In a letter addressed to the faithful of the diocese, Archbishop Lépine appoints Msgr. Roger Dufresne as episcopal vicar for deaneries and for evangelization for the francophone parishes.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Sunday called on Filipinos to be "outstanding missionaries of the faith in Asia" during a mass attended by millions in Manila's Rizal Park.
On Ash Wednesday, Development and Peace will launch its annual Share Lent campaign with the theme “Sow much love … to give.” This annual campaign raises funds to support its mission in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
On January 31st and February 1st, the Archdiocese invites you to come over to reflect and pray for a “new spring of consecrated life”. These 24 hours will be organized around three highlights: liturgical celebrations; symposium on consecrated life; night of prayer and worship.
It is with great sadness that the Archdiocese of Rimouski announced that the Most Reverend Pierre-André Fournier, Archbishop of Rimouski and President of the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Quebec, passed away Saturday January 10, 2015.
(Development and Peace) January 12th, 2015, will mark the 5-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti, an earthquake which caused over 200,000 deaths, injured more than 300,000 people, left 1.3 million people homeless and destroyed over 200 000 homes. In that time, Development and Peace has carried out a reconstruction program of over $28 million, including $21 million in donations from the Canadian public and $7 million from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) Canada.
On January 18, 2015, several services of the Archdiocese of Montreal are inviting you to mark the International Day for Migrants and Refugees at the Scalabrini Center in Montreal.
As we learn of the attack perpetrated in Paris, the Archbishop of Montreal, Most Rev. Christian Lépine, shares the deep sorrow of the victims and their families.