On March 10, some 150 people, mostly women but also several men, including ten bishops, met by videoconference to celebrate the involvement of women in the Church in Quebec in the aftermath of International Women’s Day on March 8.
As the vaccination program continues in Quebec and across Canada, it is necessary, I feel, to assess the situation and to shed some light on ethical considerations regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
The Archdiocese of Montreal invites parishes and all who so wish to pray the novena to St. Joseph from March 10 to 18, in preparation for his feast day on March 19.
The Archdiocese of Montreal actively supporting the Commemoration of victims of COVID-19: Thursday, March 11, 2021
A National day of remembrance for victims of COVID-19 has been declared by the Government of Quebec and will be held on Thursday, March 11, 2021. Faith communities have been invited to participate in this event.
Even during a time of social isolation on account of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Sunday liturgy continues to nourish prayer and reflection during the whole week – whether we are meditating on the readings or participating in a television broadcast of the Mass and making a spiritual Communion.
Pianist Anne-Marie Dubois, who co-authored with Bishop André Gazaille of the Diocese of Nicolet a series of eight documents for Lent, is dedicated to spreading the light of faith through her music.
It’s on the minds of many. Why is Pope Francis going to Iraq, March 5 to 8, in these tough times of pandemic, political instability and rumours of threats to his life?
Pope Francis' prayer intention for March seeks to highlight the joy that the Sacrament of Reconciliation brings, and reminds us that it’s a loving and merciful encounter between us and God.
A Montreal-based organization - Dard, acronym for Dynamique d'accompagnement et de rituel de deuil - proposes lighting a star for a loved one who passed away within the last year in connection with the pandemic by burning a candle in the window. Synchronized to occur at 7 p.m., the ritual represents one of the possible ways to participate in the national day of commemoration in memory of the victims of COVID-19 declared by Quebec Premier François Legault.
At the Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis reflects on the Transfiguration of Jesus, and urges Christians to turn our experience of prayer into a desire to carry hope to the world.