This section addresses the needs of parish accountants.
This section outlines the steps that are to be followed by parish officials concerning maintenance work on buildings and the rental of properties.
Despite its advantages, this document will not be able to cover all questions or foresee all eventualities. For this reason, we invite parish officials (pastors, wardens, etc.) who would like further information, council, and all other types of support, to communicate with us.
The Archdiocese of Montreal’s religious patrimony is both rich and varied. It is built, yet intangible, and above all alive. It is made up of churches, rectories, chapels, furnishings, paintings, stained glass, gold and silverware, sculptures and wayside crosses throughout the territory. Patrimony is not only the conservation of old things; it is significant in this day and age.
This patrimony affirms that even today the permanent presence of Jesus Christ is among us. In a true missionary spirit, crossing the threshold of a church is welcoming the person who passes through, it is reaching out to meet the person who enters.
As an integral part of the Archdiocese, the Chancery provides expertise concerning canon law (the law of the Catholic Church) and works closely with the Archbishop and all other services and offices of the diocese to ensure its smooth administrative operation.
The team of the Chancery of the Archdiocese of Montreal serves the diocese by answering the needs of Catholic communities regarding all canonical, legal and administrative issues.
This section contains all of the official acts and decrees issued by the Catholic Church of Montreal. These documents are in French or English, according to the original language of publication.
This digital version, updated every first working day of the month, allows you to access the latest changes in the diocesan directory. The latest version is made available.
The Mass or Celebration of the Holy Eucharist is the central liturgical ritual in the Catholic Church where the Eucharist (Communion) is consecrated. It is the source and summit of the Christian life. Through consecration by a priest the sacrificial bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ.
Various documents are made available for pastoral personnel (priests and lay pastoral workers) in this section.