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Novena to St. Joseph

(2017-02-22) Under the theme "A Heritage to Celebrate", the traditional Novena to St. Joseph will take place from March 10 to 18, 2017.

Pope Francis: 'the protection of migrants is a moral duty'

(2017-02-22) Pope Francis on Tuesday said the challenges of migration and the promotion of peace cannot be tackled without development and integration.

St. Patrick's Day

(2017-02-21) Montreal's annual St. Patrick's Day celebrations are fast approaching. Mark your calendars with highlights of this year's events!

Montreal welcomes international Jesuit speaker

(2017-02-20) There will be two opportunities to hear Fr. Philip Chircop, SJ, this Lenten season! A Jesuit priest and internationally-known retreat master, Fr. Chircop is a native of the Mediterranean island of Malta, and presently working in Toronto, Canada.

Archbishop Lépine's catechesis during Lent

(2017-02-15) Most Reverend Lépine invites the faithful of the Archdiocese to participate in four evening catechesis sessions he will be offering during Lent at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral.

Pope writes preface to a book by a victim

(2017-02-14) Pope Francis has once again spoken out strongly against the evil of sex abuse perpetrated by clergy and religious. His words come in the preface to a book by a victim of clerical sexual abuse, Daniel Pettit, today a husband and father of six children.

Appointment of National Coordinator for WYD 2019

(2017-02-09) The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has appointed Ms. Isabel Correa, Director of Youth Ministry at the Archdiocese of Montreal, as the National Coordinator for the Canadian delegation at World Youth Day (WYD) 2019.

Pope's Lenten message

(2017-02-08) In 2017, the Message of Pope Francis for Lent is "The Word is a gift. Other persons are a gift."

60th anniversary for Saint John Brébeuf

(2017-02-06) Throughout this milestone year of Montreal’s 375th anniversary, we will feature parishes in our diocese celebrating Jubilees. Discover known and lesser-known facts about each one of them, from the oldest of parishes to the youngest!

Refugees: Update on the sponsorship program

(2017-01-31) Following the government's decision to suspend the sponsorship program as of January 27, the Archdiocese successfully presented, prior to the deadline, 125 sponsorship applications, for families from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Eritrea, and Burundi.

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Daily Bread

Activities Calendar

2016-10-01 - 2017-06-01

Camino : Religious intercommunities presence
Camino is a small team composed of youngs religious folks to guide a group to the discernement of the call to the consacrated life. Activites are proposed to every one who's questioning themselves about the consacrated life, no matter the subject.

2017-02-05 - 2017-03-05

Vocational Meeting Of The Neocatechumenal Way
With great joy we invite you to this first meeting in Canada in which we can enjoy the announcement of the Good News and the call to a life in Jesus Christ.

2017-02-08 - 2017-02-22

Led by Sr. Maura McGrath, CND. With all women and men of goodwill, we long to be deeply attentive to the Holy Spirit moving us into a future filled with hope.

2017-03-02 - 2017-03-04

Lenten Mission - Go Build My Church - Fr. Philip chircop s.j.
Join us at the Lenten Mission - Go Build My Church with Fr. Philip chircop s.j.!


How Big is Your God? Healing Our Images of God
Lenten Retreat 2017 “We become the God we worship and adore.” Who is the God you’re falling in love with? Is your God perhaps too small, created in your own image and likeness? A pocket-sized God that does not excite or challenge? Has your God grown and matured since you were a child? If we spend time in the presence of a God whose name is Mercy, a God who is compassionate, forgiving and abounding in love, we will be transformed into more merciful, compassionate and loving people.


Discerning The Spirit At Work In Our Common History: “A History of Christianity” Part 2
Inspired by the BBC video series "A History of Christianity", we continue from last November with parts four to six of our six-part series which will help us identify both the signs and counter-signs of the Holy Spirit over two millennia of Church history.


Video Divina : The Visitor
This year, Fr. Raymond’s film series looks at movies - and life - through the lens of the Holy Spirit. This month's movie is The Visitor. "Walter is a disaffected college professor who, since his wife’s death, has been drifting aimlessly through life...

2017-03-30 - 2017-03-31

Seminar "Sex, Gender and Ideology"
Inspired by the Holy Father and by recent developments in Canadian law and society, we have chosen as our theme: “Sex, Gender and Ideology”.


“Spirit and Truth” In Daily Life
Jesus told the Samaritan woman that the day was coming when God would be worshipped “in spirit and in truth.” What is the connection between “life in the Spirit” and “living in the truth”? How does authentic, Spirit-guided transformation in our life flow from embracing the truths of our faith?


Video Divina : Unfinished Song
This year, Fr. Raymond’s film series looks at movies - and life - through the lens of the Holy Spirit. This month's movie is Unfinished Song. "Unfinished Song", a London-set comedic drama, is about shy, grumpy pensioner Arthur who is reluctantly inspired by his beloved wife Marion to join a highly unconventional local choir.

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