The diocesan office for Consecrated Life invites all persons embracing consecrated life to a Mass of Thanksgiving to be celebrated by Archbishop Christian Lépine at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral on Saturday, February 2 at 10:30 a.m.
This year’s theme emphasizes the importance of giving back to communication a broad perspective, based on the person, and stresses the value of interaction always understood as dialogue and as an opportunity to meet with others.
The Archbishop of Panama inaugurates the 34th World Youth Day with Mass in Panama City and confirms that change in the Church and in humanity is in the hands of youth.
The Communications team is pleased to hereby present a summary of the bishops’ 2016 pastoral manifesto, “The Missionary Shift of Christian Communities”, which was a response to Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on the New Evangelization, “The Joy of the Gospel”.
The Open Door/La Porte ouverte Montreal has recently moved to Notre-Dame de la Salette church in the Plateau Mont-Royal. The organization was forced to move last December because of the closure of St. Stephen Anglican church in Westmount.
By the grace of God, the Church of Montreal can expect new missions. The Church can also personally support the seminarians, interim deacons, and candidates in their spiritual year with our diocese.
SASMAD invites you to a day of prayer for and with the sick on Saturday, February 9 on the occasion of World Day of the Sick. This year’s theme, chosen by the Pope, is “You received without payment; give without payment”.
The Archdiocese of Montreal responds to the guilty plea that Fr. Brian Boucher entered today at the beginning of his second trial on sexual abuse charges involving a minor, two weeks after a first trial had found him guilty on similar charges.
A very unique Sunday meal was served on January 13 at l’Accueil Bonneau: a festive meal for the new year and the feast of the Three Kings, served by numerous volunteers, including Archbishop Lépine and Montreal mayor Valérie Plante.
Christians all over the world are invited to celebrate a Week of prayer for unity among all Christians, January 18-25, to reflect about Sacred Scripture together, to take part in ecumenical liturgical services organized together and to build ties of friendship.
On Saturday, January 5, Archbishop Lépine celebrated a Mass at Saint Joseph’s Oratory in anticipation of Saint Brother André’s feast day. Many members of the Knights of Columbus were in attendance.
At least 225 young people from Quebec will be part of the Mission Jeunesse delegation to the next international World Youth Day that will take place in Panama from January 22-27, 2019.