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News & Events: Around the Archdiocese of Winnipeg - Updated October 10, 2017

NEW - Call for Conscience Campaign: With the passing of euthanasia/assisted suicide legislation in Parliament in 2016, provinces are now implementing what is called "Medical Assistance in Dying" (MAID). The government of Manitoba has introduced Bill 34 to protect doctors, nurses and health professionals from having to provide or aid in the provision of MAID against their conscience. The legislature is in session in October. The time to contact your MLA is now. Click here to write your Manitoba MLA and urge her or him to support Bill 34 -- and see a short video with MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS AGAINST ASSISTED DYING.

Employment opportunities:

NEW - St. Mary's Academy is looking for:
a Cleaning/Maintenance Worker. Click here for details.

NEWSt. Benedict’s Foundation Inc. is looking for:
* a Part-time Foundation Assistant. Click here for details.

NEW - St. Maurice Daycare is looking for:
* a Child Care Assistant.
Click here for details.

NEW - St. Paul’s College is looking for:
* a Campus Ministry Assistant. 
Click here for details.

St. John Brebeuf School is looking for:
* a Receptionist
* an Educational Assistant
Click here for details.

St. Benedict's Monastery is looking for:
* a prep cook
* a breakfast cook
* a temporary housekeeper for our senior suites for July 2017 (about 20 hrs per week).
If you are interested, please contact Sister Marie Baker at 204-338-4601. Experience and a vehicle required. If interested send resume to bhye@mts.net

School Bus Driver Needed: Christ the King School, click here for details.

Seeking part-time IT Assistant for the IT Director in a Catholic elementary school. Click here.

Holy Family Parish in Regina is seeking a Pastoral Assistant. Click here for details.

Synod Focus Commission Reports Available:

The Synod of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg is completing its second major phase as the work of the Focus Commissions comes to fruition with preliminary reports now available for comment on the Archdiocese of Winnipeg website. Click here for details and to read, download or print the Focus Commission Reports and how to provide your opinion.
Click here to read about the Synod of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg which is currently underway, the first Synod in our 100-year history. Click here to view a slide show describing all the phases of the Synod.

Ste. Rose Grotto Repairs Fundraising Project: Click here to help.

Resources and statements regarding Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia. Click here.

New electronic resource for youth ministry. Click here for news from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.

St. Benedict's Senior Residence: One suite available immediately! Great view of the park area, delicious meals, chapel open all day, grounds to walk and enjoy. Housekeeping, telephone and cable included. Call Sister Marie Baker or Marcelline for a tour at 204-338-4601.

L’Arche Winnipeg Speakers Bureau: The L’Arche Winnipeg mission is to celebrate the value of the members of our community who live with developmental disabilities. We welcome an opportunity to share our mission. If your organization enjoys inviting guest speakers to meetings we would enjoy hearing from you. A presentation may include a seven minute video and/or five minute power point along with a talk all of which can be scheduled for a half hour to an hour depending on the needs of your group. Click here for a poster with further details. Click here for background information about L’Arche Winnipeg.

Returning to Spirit Workshops: Returning to Spirit announces it's spring workshop series including locations in British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Click here for the latest RTS News. Are you interested in hosting a transformational Returning to Sprit workshop in your community? Contact us today at info@returningtospirit.org for all the details.

The Catholic Church, Indigenous Peoples, and Reconciliation: St. Paul’s College presents a new course for Fall 2017 entitled The Catholic Church, Indigenous Peoples, and Reconciliation. This course is open to both registered students at the University of Manitoba and those who choose to take it (audit) without credit. It will be taught by Professor Rheal Cenerini on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. For more information, contact Dr. Daniel MacLeod, email daniel.macleod@umanitoba.ca at the Catholic Studies program.

40 Days for Life:  Plan to join nearly one million others worldwide by participating in our 40 Days for Life Campaign. From September 27 to November 5, we will pray, bear witness and vigil outside of Winnipeg’s major abortion facility, the Women’s Hospital  (HSC), 735 Notre Dame Ave. Opening Mass will be offered for a fruitful campaign, at St. Anthony of Padua Parish WK on Tuesday evening at 7:30 pm, 250 Burrin Ave. Twenty coordinated campaigns have resulted in more than 13,000 babies being saved from abortion and 85 abortion centers being closed. Please sign in on our calendar, for a weekly hour(s) at www.40daysforlife.com/winnipeg. Contact Maria Slykerman at 204-452-2459 or by e-mail: clcwpgmb@gmail.com. Click here for a poster.

Chant in Worship: Vespers at St. John Brebeuf Church, 1707 John Brebeuf Place, Winnipeg. Commencing on Sunday evenings: October 1, 8, and 15, at 7:00 p.m. On Sunday, October  22 we shall have Vespers, also at 7:00 p.m. Click here for more information

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Formation Course, Level I (foundation for all other Levels).  10 Saturdays, September 2017 to June 2018 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish.  The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a program of Christian formation for children aged 3-12 years that is based on the Bible and liturgy of the church. Inspired by the principles of Montessori education, it was begun in Rome in 1954 by Sofia Cavalletti, author of The Religious Potential of the Child and has spread throughout the world.  The formation is ideal for catechists, parents, and anyone interested in learning more about their faith.  It is growing in the Archdioceses of Winnipeg and St. Boniface and has been endorsed by both Archbishops.  For more information, contact Maureen Fernandes, (204) 832-4336, religioused@olphwinnipeg.ca . Click here for a  brochure.

Taize Prayer at St. Benedict's Monastery: First Friday of every month October - May: All are welcome to come and pray in the beautiful, but simple, Taize tradition of silence, word and song beginning October 6 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. and continuing the first Friday of every month from October to May at St. Benedict’s Monastery Chapel, 225 Masters Avenue, West St. Paul. Please call 204-339-1705 for more information. Click here for a poster.   

Development and Peace Fall Action Workshop - Women at the Heart of Peace: Learn more about the campaign so you can present it in your parish. Thurs. October 12, 6:00 p.m. (registration and supper) to 9 p.m. At Bishop's Dining room downstairs at 151 De la Cathedrale Avenue. D&P members from outside the city of Winnipeg are asked to contact the animator in regard to carpooling and compensation for mileage and accommodations. Food and refreshments will be provided. For more information contact Rachelle Rocque, 204-231-2848, rrocque@devp.org. Everyone is welcome.

Invite your Animator for a Presentation 
It would be my pleasure to come to your parish, your classroom, your school or your place of work to do a presentation or lead an activity about Social Justice. You will find the list of activities at this link: https://www.devp.org/en/resources/activities. Book your animator or ask her your questions: Rachelle Rocque, 204-231-2848, rrocque@devp.org.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Non-Residential Weekend: October 13-15, St. Emile Catholic School, 552 St. Anne’s Road. Contact Mel and Rey Sangalang wwme.wpg@gmail.com  204-599-6394 or 204-599-6342.

NEW - Young Adult Christian Forum: Saturday, October 14, 4:00 to 8:00pm. Over the year Chemin Neuf Community will be offering a series of forums for young adults, 18-30,  where we will look at important questions about our faith.  The first one's theme will be "Who is Jesus?" Each gathering will include teaching, sharing, supper, and prayer.  It is open to everyone, confirmed Christians or those asking questions!  Held at the St. Charles Retreat Centre, 323 St. Charles Street. Please let us know if you are coming. For more information call Kevin & Anne-Lise Bhaga, 204-558-2957, stcharlesretreat@hotmail.com. Facebook.

NEW - Life in the Spirit Seminar: Tuesday, October 17November 28 at St. Charles Parish, 395 St. Charles Street. Receiving the Holy Spirit & His Gifts Empowered By God. Click here for details.

St. Mary’s Cathedral Choir School: Poetry and Music on October 21 and Navigating Reading Music on November 18. Click here for details.

Mary, Mother of the Church,  85 Kirkbridge Dr., Annual Parish Fall Supper on Sunday, October 22, 2017 from 4:00-7:00 pm. Adults: $15, Age:6-12 $5, under 6: Free.   Serving turkey with dressing, ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, carrots, peas, corn, coleslaw, pies.www.mmoc.ca

NEW - Catholic Singles Event: Games Night – Friday, October 27, 7:00 p.m. Come on out for an evening of fellowship, games and fun for Catholic singles at Mary, Mother of the Church Parish, 85 Kirkbridge Drive. Please bring a snack!  For more information: www.mmoc.ca.

Lord, Teach us to Pray, offered by the Chemin Neuf Community: In prayer we listen and speak to God and, wonder of wonders, God listens and speaks to us.  We develop this relationship with God through many ways of prayer: with Scripture, with our own lives and in the Eucharist. The series will include time to practice these ways of prayer. This three part series will be held on three Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 p.m. (October 26, November 9, and November 23) OR one Saturday, 10:00-4:00 p.m. (on November 25).  It will be led by Ted & Nancy Wood. Location: St. Charles Retreat Centre, 323 St. Charles Street, Winnipeg.  Cost: free-will offering. To register or for more information: 204-885-2260, stcharlesretreat@hotmail.com

NEW - Holy Rosary Pasta Dinner and Silent Auction Celebrating Fr. Sam's 70th Birthday. Sunday, October 29, Centro Caboto. Click here for details.

SERENA Manitoba teaches a two hour class on the Sympto-Thermal Method of Natural Family Planning. The next class date is Saturday, November 25, 10:00 a.m. to 12noon, held at the Misericordia Health Centre, 99 Cornish Ave., Winnipeg. For more information, call or text Serena at 204-783-0091 or email mbserena@gmail.com  or see our website www.serenamb.com Click here for a poster.

3rd Annual "An Evening at the Academy", in support of St. Mary's Academy's Bursary Fund: Tickets go on sale on October 2. The gala evening takes place on Saturday, January 27, 2018, with cocktails in the 1902 building, dinner in the 1963 wing and dessert and music in the 2013 Sheila Chipman Atrium. Black tie optional. Tickets are $190 each and student tickets are $90 each. Purchase at www.smamb.ca. For more information contact Georgine Van de Mosselaer at gvandemosselaer@smamb.ca or 204-478-6030.

The Catholic Foundation of Manitoba is inviting applications for grants to be disbursed from the General Fund of the Foundation. The Grant Application Form is available on our website at www.catholicfoundation.mb.ca The closing date for applications is September 30, 2017. The typical grant allocated ranges from $500 to $2,000. Grants are not intended for general fund-raising appeals or campaigns, major construction or membership drives. The Catholic Foundation of Manitoba remains committed to supporting organizations that it has been able to support in the past and new organizations or agencies which provide services and support Catholic values in keeping with its mission.

Living Out Laudato Si': On the occasion of the third World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, the Episcopal Commission for Justice and Peace of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has published a new resource entitled Living Out Laudato Si': A Commentary and Practical Resource for Canadian Catholics. Click here to read more.

2017 Pentecost message to Canadian Catholic movements and associations. Click here.

Development and Peace - Caritas Canada launches 50th Share Lent CampaignClick here.

Sharing God's Gifts New Link: Click here to go to the Archdiocese of Winnipeg website for full details of the archdiocesan annual appeal. Church webmasters please add this NEW LINK to your website: Sharing God's Gifts: http://www.archwinnipeg.ca/docs/sharing_gods_gifts_2016.pdf


A Synod of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg: Click here to read about the Synod of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg and the Archbishop's Pastoral Letter announcing the Synod.

Archbishop Gagnon announces the appointment of the Archdiocesan Director of the Annual Appeal and Development OfficeClick here for details.

Archbishop Richard Gagnon announces changes in personnel in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg. Click here for details.

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops Christmas Message 2016. Click here.

Statement by CCCB President on the recent approval of Bill C-14 legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide. Click here.

CCCB brief on Bill C-14 (“medical assistance in dying”) to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights. Click here.

Consolidating Catholic efforts in view of Bill C-14. Click here.

Numerous resources on euthanasia and assisted suicide now easily accessible. Click here.

CCCB President writes to Cardinal André Vingt-Trois, Archbishop of Paris Click here.

Archbishop Gagnon's Pastoral Letter on Physician Assisted Suicide and Petition to the House of CommonsClick here for the Pastoral Letter. Click here for the petition.

* Archbishop Gagnon's Statement on the Supreme Court Decision on Physician Assisted Suicide. Click here.

Pastoral Statement for the Catholics of Canada on the report “Medical Assistance in Dying: A Patient-Centred Approach” Click here.

CCCB Office for Evangelization and Catechesis issues its summer editions of On Good Soil and Encounter. Click here.

Letter to all the members of the Church for the Year of Consecrated Life. Click here.

New Archbishop appointed for Regina: His Holiness Pope Francis has named the Most Reverend Donald Bolen Archbishop of Regina. Click here to read more.


Tabernacle available, about one-foot square in size, once used at Deer Lodge Centre. The new chapel is now a multi-faith space. Contact, by email, jocork@stpaultheapostle.mb.ca Click here for a picture of the tabernacle.

Stony Mountain Institution is looking for a small altar for their minimum security chapel. We have a large altar we would be willing to trade or donate. Please call Chaplain Charlette Novak at 204-344-5111 or email Charlette.Novak@csc-scc.gc.ca

Upcoming Events at the Chemin Neuf Community
Monthly Prayer Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7:00pm.  Praise and worship, silence and listening, sometimes a short teaching or testimony.  A time to listen to what the Spirit is saying. (Registration not necessary).

Good News Bibles available for give away. Contact Julia Stiller at Holy Rosary Church 204 284 5140.

Pews Required: Northern First Nation church requires pews up to 20 feet in length. Please phone (204) 781-7646.

Church Items Needed: St. Philip Neri Parish at  Arborg, Manitoba is looking for the following items: 18 pews (9 to 10 ft. long), 2 chalices, and 1 lectern. Please call Fr. Darius at Immaculate Conception Church.  Phone  1-204-372-6388  Thank you very much.

Seeking a Tabernacle: The hospital in Ste. Rose, MB., has a new chapel and is looking for a tabernacle as a donation or is willing to purchase. Please contact Fr. Leo Fernandes by email at leostrose@hotmail.com

Make this year’s Share Lent a commitment to hope and mercy. Click here.

Canada’s Military and Humanitarian Mission in Iraq and Syria: Canadian Church leaders write to the Prime Minister. Click here.

Humanitarian crisis in Syria: ‘Giving Hope through Solidarity 2011-2015’ Click here.

Columbus Courts is a 55+ residence on Edgeland Blvd., near Kenaston and Corydon, under the direction of the Knights of Columbus St. Ignatius of Loyola Council #5808, and St. John Brebeuf Council #1107. It is affordable housing for those who require financial assistance. Masses are held at an on-site chapel with Msgr. Stan Jaworksi. Click here for more details.

Bibles Available: Holy Rosary Church has a supply of Good News New Testament Bibles available (used, or nearly new) for give away. Please contact Julia Stiller at Holy Rosary Church 204-284-5140.

Yamaha Electone organ available free to a church: Excellent condition with padded bench and owner’s/instruction manual. Call (204) 896-0832  or e-mail gcbarnes@mymts.net

A Yamaha Organ in good condition is available to a church in need. Please call 204-633-0879.

Weekday Lectionary Set Needed: St. John Vianney Church in Teulon is seeking a weekday lectionary set. If anyone or any parish has a spare, please contact Fr. James deBeer at Christ the King Church in Stonewall, 204-467-9016, email ckparish@mts.net

St. Joseph’s Parish has folding tables for sale. 96 x 30 in good condition. Call Dan (204-298-5148) as soon as possible. $10 per table.

Chaplains at Stony Mountain Institution are looking for a Lectern or Ambo to be used on our Maximum Unit. If any parish has one they are not using and would be willing to donate it to our cause, could you please contact Chaplain Charlette Novak at 204-344-5111 ext 5656. Or email me at Charlette.Novak@csc-scc.gc.ca

The Missionary Dynamic of the Parish Today: The Episcopal Commission for Doctrine of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has released a new document. Click here.

Ecumenical and Interfaith Declaration on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide - Campaign for additional signatures. Click here.

Pure Witness Ministries engages teams of Catholic men and women, eighteen and older and trains them as missionaries to: proclaim the freedom, hope and joy that come from living pure lives for Christ, and to present the teachings of our Catholic faith to youth and families across Western Canada in dynamic ways that speak to this generation.  Pure Witness missionaries experience a transformational year in their lives as they live out the three-fold mission of: Community Life, Faith Formation and Outreach.  Discover all that you were created to be and be a part of the renewal of faith in our Church as we work together to love a generation back to Christ.  For more information check out www.join.purewitness.com or email carmen.marcoux@purewitness.com First national, bilateral dialogue between Catholics and Jews in Canada marks 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate. Click here.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council's Decree on EcumenismUnitatis Redintegratio in November, 2014, (1964-2014), the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), through its Episcopal Commission for Christian Unity, Religious Relations with the Jews, and Interfaith Dialogue, has published the following document: A Church in Dialogue: Towards the Restoration of Unity among Christians. This publication provides an in-depth presentation of the Church's commitment to ecumenical dialogue and is intended for those already involved in, and familiar with, ecumenical work. This new resource is available on the CCCB website as a downloadable PDF which can be printed and distributed without charge. Click here.

2016 International Eucharistic Congress. Click here for details.

Cultivating and Caring for Creation is a program on the environment put out by the CCCB  Justice and Peace Commission.  It consists of 12 videos and some study guides and it looks at how Catholics are leading and participating in a new commitment to respect and protect the environment. Click here www.greenspirittv.com for more information.

2015 Pentecost message for Canadian Catholic movements and associations. Click here.

New "Homiletic Directory" published by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments. Click here.

With CCCB support and collaboration, COLF launches Campaign for Palliative and Home Care, and against Euthanasia and Assisted SuicideClick here.

The Life and Spirituality of Saint Kateri TekakwithaClick here.

The Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) has published its 2014 Message to families entitled, "Families, Christ calls us to sow joy and hope!" Click here for the full COLF message.

CCCB releases new resource for planning funerals - Sacred Scripture Readings for a Funeral Liturgy. Click here.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Nepal. The destructive 7.8 magnitude earthquake has caused over 10,000 deaths and thousands of injuries. You can contribute to much-needed relief efforts by donating to DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE. Your contribution to help the victims of the earthquake will be matched by the Canadian Government until May 25, 2015. You can make a donation online at www.devp.org; by phone at 1 888 664-3387; or by sending a cheque made out to DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE (please indicate Nepal Earthquake) to : DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE, 1425 Rene-Levesque Blvd. West 3rd Floor  Montreal QC  H3G 1T7. To receive Emergency envelopes for your parish or other milieu, please contact Janelle Delorme, jdelorme@devp.org or 204-231-2848. Thank you for your generosity and prayers for the people of Nepal.

Development & Peace - Philippines Collection Update: Thanks to the outpouring of generosity from Canadians over $10 million dollars has been collected through Development & Peace for disaster relief in the Philippines. Over $221,000 was kindly donated from the Archdiocese of Winnipeg! To see how your money is making a difference please visit: www.devp.org/en/blog/activities-full-swing-thanks-your-generosity  To make a contribution go to www.devp.org/eng/donate or contact Brenda, Manitoba Regional Animator, phone (204) 231-2848 or email, brenda.chaput-saltel@devp.org

OYYAM Ministry Update: Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Archdiocese of Winnipeg: Sisters and Brothers in the Lord! Please mark your calendars for the great variety of things that we have going on in the Archdiocese - and spread the word! Click here for a list of events.  Click here for the CSE Music Retreat Poster. Click here for the Sabbath for Youth at St. Ben's Poster.

New website for Roman Catholic-Anglican joint statements. Click here for information.

Letter from CCCB President to the Most Rev. Valéry Vienneau, Archbishop of Moncton. Click here.

Letter from CCCB President Most Reverend Paul-Andre, Durocher to Pope Francis in celebration of the first anniversary of his election as Successor of the Apostle Peter. Click here.

CCCB President writes to Prime Minister Harper: Archbishop Durocher notes that "our times are filled with serious challenges, including the economy, employment, the environment, the rights of Indigenous Peoples, and personal and national security." Click here for the full text of the letter.

CCCB President Most Reverend Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of Gatineau's reflection on the first message published by Pope Francis for the celebration of the World Day of Peace, focusing on the theme of brotherhood. Click here for English version. Click here for French version.

Welcoming Canada's two new Saints - François de Laval and Marie of the Incarnation. Click here for a message from His Grace Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of Gatineau and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Music Ministry Wanted: Stony Mountain Institution is looking for a music ministry to come and play for our Masses on the 2nd and 3rd week of every month. The Mass is on Saturdays from 6:15 p.m. till 8:30. This includes some fellowship with the inmates. Please contact Chaplain Charlette Novak at (204) 344-5111 ext 5656, or email Charlette.Novak@csc-scc.gc.ca

The Parish of Notre Dame in Selkirk, MB., has music hymnals, Glory and Praise and Catholic Book of Worship Vol. 2, available to a parish or group that can make use of them. Please contact the church at (204) 482-3422 or by email, ndchurch@shaw.ca

CCCB posts new section about Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide on its Life and Family webpage. Click here.

Rosary Group: St. Charles Parish is pleased to announce the formation of a home-based Rosary group. Anyone who wishes to host or participate in this community of prayer will be made most welcome. Whether you pray the Rosary every day, or if you've never prayed it before, this is a great opportunity for us to create fellowship and spiritual fulfillment. Interested? Contact James Bowman at 204-802-4100 or e-mail jamesbowman2010@hotmail.com.


Synod Listening Sessions have been scheduled so that the voices of all of you, the people of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg, will be heard and added to the discussion about our local church today and your hope for our local church in the coming years. Click here for a list of Synod Listening Sessions scheduled to date.

Slide show of all the phases of the Synod: Click here to view a description of all the phases of the Synod including how the Listening Sessions will work.

Click:  Archbishop's Pastoral Letter announcing the Synod.
Click:  News about the Synod in the June, 2016, New Wine Press.

Solemn Evening Prayer to inaugurate Synod Process. On Pentecost Sunday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m., we opened our Synod Process in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg. Solemn Evening Prayer was celebrated at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 353 St. Mary Ave., and which began at 7:30 p.m. The Evening Prayer marked the beginning of our two year Synod Process.


Conclusion of the Jubilee Year of Mercy:
On Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 7:30 p.m., the Archdiocese of Winnipeg marked the close to the Year of Mercy with Solemn Evening Vespers at St. Mary’s Cathedral led by Archbishop Richard Gagnon, Archbishop of Winnipeg.

Archbishop Gagnon's Pastoral Letter: The Great Jubilee of our Centennial Year. Click here.

Jubilee Year of Mercy: 
Announced by Pope Francis, it begins on Tuesday, December 8, 2015. To inaugurate the Year of Mercy in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg, an opening Mass was celebrated on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at St. Mary’s Cathedral.

Memorial Wall Commemorating the Briefest Lives: Living Waters Columbarium unveils a memorial to all children who have died before birth. The memorial enables families who have lost a child through miscarriage, stillbirth or abortion to name their child and have his or her name engraved on our memorial wall. Click here for details.

Shrine of St. Gianna: During this Year of Mercy all are welcome to visit the Shrine of St. Gianna at St. Gianna Beretta Molla Church, 15 Columbia Drive, Winnipeg. Click here for details.


Click:  Archdiocesan Centennial Anniversary Celebrations

100 Year Anniversary of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg
Join us throughout this year of jubilation as we celebrate 100 years as an Archdiocese. The opening celebrations began with Solemn Vespers on December 4th, 2014 at St. Mary’s Cathedral with several events planned for this centennial year. Click:  Centennial Celebrations

Watch the Installation of Most Reverend Richard Gagnon as Seventh Archbishop of Winnipeg, as recorded by Salt+Light TV on Friday, January 3, 2014 at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Archdiocese of Winnipeg Centenary Icon of the Holy Family graces the cover of the August Living with Christ monthly missalette: The central image of the Holy Family represented in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg Centenary Icon of the Holy Family has been chosen for the cover of the August edition of the Living with Christ monthly missalette. The Icon was created by Andre Prevost, originally from Manitoba now based in North Vancouver. At the conclusion of our Jubilee Centennial year in December, 2015, the icon was placed on permanent display at St. Mary's Cathedral in Winnipeg. Click here for a detailed description of the Centenary Icon of the Holy Family and its many images and symbols.








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