The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal and Salt + Light Media are pleased to announce that as of Sunday, October 4, Mary Queen of the World Cathedral will host Sunday Mass in English, to be aired LIVE at 8 a.m., and Daily Mass in English from Monday to Saturday, also to be aired LIVE at 8:30 a.m. on Salt + Light TV.
Concluding his series of catecheses on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis reflects on the path of hope and love, as the world continues to suffer.
Pope Francis invites Christians to open themselves to God’s will and to put love for our brothers and sisters into action.
In an interview with Vatican News, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith says the letter “Samaritanus bonus” offers an integral approach to the human person, to suffering and illness, to caring for those in critical and terminal illnesses.
While data shows a resurgence in Covid-19 cases in Quebec, religious leaders in Quebec reiterate their commitment to participate in the collective efforts aimed at containing the disease.
Following six months of social distancing and of working on the “frontlines, at the grassroots, in search of how to maintain communication with, connections with, and being of service to the people,” parishes and groups from across the diocese reconnected Monday evening, Sept. 14, for a virtual gathering via Zoom. Far from resigned to the many challenges they currently face, participants came together to share their experience of difficulties and successes during this time of pandemic, and for mutual support.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal releases new eBook: A compilation of Archbishop Lépine’s messages during the pandemic “confinement”
The Communications Department of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal has released a free 300-page bilingual (French/English) publication entitled “Spiritual accompaniment when facing a pandemic.”
Religious leaders issue a new press release. They make public the health protocols followed closely in all places of worship. They reiterate their request made yesterday, still without a response from the government.
Here is a press release from the President of the AECQ, on behalf of the members of the Quebec Interfaith Table, denouncing an injustice towards places of worship.
The 106th World Day of Migrants and Refugees will be celebrated on September 27, 2020. The theme chosen by Pope Francis is ''Forced like Jesus Christ to flee''.
The annual Collection for the Needs of the Church in Canada will be held on 26 and 27 September 2020. In his message to pastors and other collaborators in pastoral ministries, the Most Reverend Richard Gagnon, Archbishop of Winnipeg and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), reflected on the impact of the Coronavirus on the Church in Canada and society at large.
“For a knowledge of peace” is the working translation of a new Italian book from the Vatican Publishing House. In a preface to the book, Pope Francis encourages collaboration between the Church and universities for a world without war and violence.