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Diocesan Triduum for the feast of Christ the King

14-11-2018
Archbishop Christian Lépine invites all the faithful on the occasion of a Diocesan Triduum for the feast of Christ, King of the Universe that will take place on November 23 and 24 in the Mary Queen of the World Cathedral in Montreal.

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First anniversary for asylum seekers Centre 'Le Pont'

13-11-2018
As they celebrated their first anniversary of foundation, November 4, many people attended the spaghetti supper organized by “Le Pont” to raise money for this diocesan welcome centre for asylum seekers.

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A “Red Wednesday” for all persecuted Christians

07-11-2018
Up to 200 million people are affected by persecution around the world. Each year, the Archdiocese of Montreal, in collaboration with Aid to the Church in Need, holds a Mass inviting everyone to pray in solidarity with those who are persecuted and suffer unjustly for their peacefully held beliefs. You are invited November 21, 7:30 p.m., at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral.

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90 years of gratitude

06-11-2018
On October 28, the Missionary Sisters of Christ the King celebrated the 90th anniversary of their congregation’s founding. Archbishop Lépine joined them for this special occasion, to celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving in the lovely chapel of their motherhouse in Laval.

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Confessions of a priest ministering in the streets

05-11-2018
During a series of conversations with Jean-Marie Lapointe, Fr. Claude Paradis sheds light on that strength which embodies Notre-Dame de la rue’s mission of helping the homeless.

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Debate on State Secularism - The Archbishop's Position

05-11-2018
Following Quebec's provincial election, the debate on secularism appears to have returned to the public forum. On several occasions and through different media, Archbishop Christian Lépine spoke on the subject.

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Catechists from all over the Archdiocese Gather

02-11-2018
On October 27, more than 250 catechists and pastoral ministers from Francophone, Anglophone and various cultural communities of the diocese were invited to a day of renewal to pray, receive formation and to meet with one another.