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20-03-2019
With its removal from the school system more than a decade ago, what is left of catechism after its replacement by the Ethics and Religious Culture course? We offer a brief insight into catechesis at the heart of Montreal parishes.
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City Hall crucifix to be removed

20-03-2019
Statement of Archbishop Christian Lépine following the removal of the crucifix of Montreal's City Hall.

Montreal

The Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph celebrate 360 years

20-03-2019
On March 17, the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, who founded l’Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal under the guidance of Jeanne Mance, celebrated the 360th anniversary of their arrival in Canada (1659).

Montreal

A celebration of Montreal youth

20-03-2019
This year’s diocesan World Youth Day will be held on April 13. Come join hundreds of young people who will gather together to celebrate their faith in Jesus Christ!

Montreal

Major makeover of Montreal's Oratory to give visitors 'a new experience'

12-03-2019
Guardian of an exceptional historical, religious and architectural legacy, Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal inaugurated the worksite for its major development project.
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NEWSLETTERS

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APPOINTMENTS

spacer-221.pngThe following is a list of clergy and lay personnel who have been appointed by the Archbishop during the current year. In these publications, French or English respects the language of the official letter of appointment

Appointments
PRESS RELEASES
PRESS RELEASES

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IN MEMORIAM

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All baptized in the death and resurrection of Christ, some were called to follow and serve the Lord with the gift of their lives. Ministers of the Word, of the Eucharist and of reconciliation, they were deacons or priests to feed the flock that the Shepherd had entrusted to them.

Let them now enter into the joy of their Master and Lord.

IN MEMORIAM