In collaboration with Aid to the church in Need (ACN Canada), Archbishop Christian Lépine presided a mass November 21 for persecuted Christians. It is the fifth time that Montrealers had come together to pray for all those who are persecuted for their faith.
Starting December 5, 2018, "Universal Jerusalem – Gerusalemme universale", the new temporary exhibition at the Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum, will explore the historic and cultural importance and the universal nature of the city of Jerusalem, long considered the centre of the world.
On November 23, during a prayer vigil held to celebrate the Feast of Christ, King of the Universe, Archbishop Christian Lépine sent forth on mission the diocesan youth registered for World Youth Day, which takes place in Panama this January with Pope Francis attending.
A couple who has tangibly supported family life for two decades are the recipients of the Bishop Crowley Memorial Award.
The age of Christendom is long gone, and the parish structure, as we know it, is quickly following suit. Time to consider “divine renovation,” Fr. James Mallon asks?
On the World Day of the Poor, Pope Francis reflects on the Gospel for the Dedication of the Basilica of St Peter, saying that like Jesus, Christians must go down to meet the needs of others after having gone up to meet God in prayer.
All the faithful are invited to join Archbishop Christian Lépine in celebrating the Diocesan Triduum for the feast of Christ, King of the Universe, which takes place November 23-24 at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral in Montreal.
Le Pont marked its first anniversary of operation November 4 with a fundraising spaghetti supper, organized to raise money for this diocesan welcome centre for asylum seekers.
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.
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.
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.
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.