(CCCB) His Holiness Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the Most Reverend François Lapierre, P.M.É., as Bishop of the Diocese of Saint-Hyacinthe, and has appointed as his successor Father Christian Rodembourg, M.S.A.
To better enter together into a new evangelization, our Archbishop, The Most Reverend Christian Lépine, is announcing a significant reorganization of the deaneries for September 2017.
Fr. Joseph Patrick Sullivan, a proud native son of St. Anthony’s, has been a forthright minister of mercy during his 50 years of priesthood.
Every spring, Mary Queen of the World Cathedral is overrun by 11-year-olds and their families for Holy Spirit Day. This year, about 600 youngsters and their families made their way downtown to participate in one of three scheduled gatherings at the cathedral, organized to help those preparing for confirmation to "catch the Spirit" at work in the diocesan Church.
One year after the decree announcing the establishment of a diocesan policy for Responsible Pastoral Ministry aimed at ensuring a safe environment for all and to prevent any type of abuse against any vulnerable person, the Diocese of Montreal has published a diocesan guide.
On June 15, 2017, about 3 000 people celebrated Corpus Christi in the streets of Montreal. Recap of popular celebration among the faithful.
Have you heard of the upcoming 2018 Synod announced this year by Pope Francis on January 13th, and of which the theme is ‘’Young people, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment’’?
On this 375th anniversary of Montreal's founding, a religious procession in honour of Saint John the Baptism will make its comeback after more than 49 years ! Do not miss this special event, on June 24, starting at 9 a.m.
(Pamplemousse/Mercier-Est) Closed since 2015, Saint-Victor Church will host a project for seniors facing homelessness, an initiative of le PAS de la rue.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis’ Message for the first World Day of the Poor, to be observed on November 19, was presented to journalists June 13, 2017.
On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, the City of Montreal announced that the former Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph site, which hs been renamed the Cité des Hospitalières, will be dedicated to theme of Living Together.
(CCCB) Faith leaders in Canada launch a national appeal in response to the famine in South Sudan and extreme food shortages in Yemen, northeast Nigeria and Somalia.