(Vatican Radio) Following his pilgrimage to Fatima, Pope Francis said the Regina Coeli on Sunday, took on “a particular significance, imbued with memory and prophecy for those who view history with the eyes of faith.
As the “city of a hundred bell towers” celebrates its 375th birthday, Ulysses Travel Guides is proud to present an all-new guidebook inviting visitors to discover Montreal through one of its greatest treasures: its religious heritage!
The Archbishop of Montreal, Most Rev. Christian Lépine, invites us to pray for those affected by the floods, and announces a special collection to help meet both the spiritual and material needs of the victims by means of the parish network.
All diocesan faithful are invited to celebrate Solemn Mass marking Montreal’s 375th anniversary, to be held at 9 a.m., May 17, at Notre-Dame Basilica.
As part of the festivities surrounding Montreal’s 375th, a play produced by l'Espace Benoît Lacroix, in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Montreal, will be presented on May 19 and 20, at Villa Maria High School.
While at their ad limina visit in Rome, the bishops of Quebec show their support in a message addressed to the flood victims.
On Thursday, May 4, the bishops of Quebec, on their "ad limina apostolorum" visit in Rome, participated in a three-hour meeting with Pope Francis and collaborators from the Roman Curia.
Eva Kuper believes in the power of love. It’s the reason the 77-year-old Holocaust survivor agreed to speak at Holy Family Parish April 30 to mark the annual Christian Commemoration of the Shaoh.
More than 400 packed Holy Family church in Montreal’s Little Italy for the 38th Christian Commemoration of the Shoah (Holocaust). The city is home to Canada’s oldest Jewish community; the nation’s first synagogue was established here in 1768.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis reflected on last weekend's Apostolic Visit to Egypt during his weekly General Audience, recalling the various stages of his trip.
The Catholic bishops of Quebec began their “ad limina apostolorum” visit (thresholds of the Apostles) on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 with a Eucharistic celebration at St. Peter’s Basilica, in Rome, at the tomb of the "Prince of the Apostles".
The tolling of church bells throughout the city May 17 at 8:45 a.m. will signal that the commemorative Mass for Montreal's 375th is about to begin.