Several hundred catechists and people involved in catechesis participated in the French and English catechetical conferences and the joint keynote session held on November 17 and 18, 2017 in Montreal.
(Vatican Radio) In his first public discourse on Myanmar soil on Tuesday, Pope Francis encouraged the nation on the "arduous process of peacebuilding and national reconciliation" saying it can be achieved on only through a "commitment to justice and respect for human rights," a process in which religious leaders have a crucial role to play.
“The best way to overcome our fear of others is to meet them, get to know them, and acknowledge them,” declared Archbishop Christian Lépine, part of an interfaith panel that was held November 17.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis celebrated Mass on Sunday – the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time and the first-ever World Day of the Poor – in St. Peter’s Basilica.
About 50 Catholics and Lutherans participated in a ceremony commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, held on November 18 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in downtown Montreal.
When faced with the new challenges that arise with regard to “end-of-life” issues, “the categorical imperative is to never abandon the sick,” says Pope Francis.
Many young people between the ages of 13 and 35 participated in the Forum Mission Jeunesse last Saturday at the Grand Seminary of Montreal. The purpose? To prepare for the October 2018 Synod of Bishops, called by Pope Francis.
Archduke Rudolf and Archduchess Marie-Hélène from Austria gave a conference on the family on October 14, during their visit to Montreal.
In response to the Rohingya persecution in Myanmar, the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace - Caritas Canada has launched an emergency appeal to help refugees seeking asylum in Bangladesh.
Jason Evert and Christopher West, two of the world’s foremost Theology of the Body experts and enthusiasts, will give 7 sessions in Montreal. Come join us to discover and embrace God’s call to greatness in our lives!
On Thursday, November 2, The Bridge (Le Pont), dedicated to providing temporary shelter to asylum seekers, was inaugurated in a festive atmosphere. Located in the rectory of Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Parish, it has been housing families, women and children.
On October 28, the Archbishop Christian Lépine, took part in the inauguration and blessing of a stained-glass window dedicated to Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys at the church in Hiers-Brouage, in France.