Archbishop Christian Lépine is the honorary chair for Hema-Quebec's annual Good Friday Blood Drive at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral.
In order to better proclaim Jesus Christ, Pope Francis is convening a Synod of Bishops, scheduled for October 2018, which will reflect on "Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment". A public consultation is now under way.
All are welcome to an evening to reflect on the spiritual, pastoral and medical dimensions of death and euthanasia, Tuesday, April 4, 7:15 pm, at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral.
The Grand Séminaire de Montréal, has seen its heritage enhancement efforts rewarded with five of its architectural elements recently designated as heritage assets by the Québec Government’s ministère de la Culture et des Communications.
This year, Diocesan World Youth Day will be held on April 8. Come join hundreds of young people who will gather together to celebrate their faith in Jesus Christ!
Archbishop Christian Lépine invited Father Robert J. Gendreau, Director of the diocesan Pastoral Liturgy Service, to participate in the International Conference on Sacred Music held at the Vatican, March 2-4.
Saturdays at West Island’s largest mall, often the scene of bustling shoppers, became the site of a new sight this past January: the evangelization team of Jesus Light of the World Parish in Pierrefonds-Roxboro.
On March 20, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Most Reverend Christian Lépine Archbishop of Montreal. To highlight his 5th anniversary, we invite you to send him your wishes in the comments section.
On March 5, 2017, 94 catechumens from our Archdiocese took part in the Rite of Election at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral. Members of the Congregation of Notre-Dame participated, including Sr. Lorraine Caza, who shared her experience with the group.
As part of its 50th Share Lent campaign, Development and Peace has chosen to highlight the important contribution that women make in every aspect of development, be it social, environmental or economic.
Seventeen people attended the English Share Lent training session held at the Diocese of Montréal office on February 18th, organized by the Diocesan Social Action Office Coordinator, Kim Gottfried Piché.
The Archdiocese of Montreal reacts to the criminal charges of a sexual nature brought against Fr. Brian Boucher, a diocesan priest.