One would think that the veneration of the relics of the saints just isn't something that would interest the new generations. Well it isn't the case. Almost half of the 5000 people who visited the relic of St. Francis Xavier at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral on January 28 and 29 were young.
More than 1,300 people, dignitaries and street kids alike, gathered to pay their last respects to Father Emmett Johns, “Pops” at St. Patrick’s Basilica on January 27, 2018.
From January 18 to 20, more than 2,000 participants gathered in Montreal for the Decoding Love conference, led by Christopher West and Jason Evert, two specialists in theology of the body.
As part of its Canadian pilgrimage, this relic will be in Montreal January 28-30, 2018. This is a rare opportunity to venerate the incorrupt, first-class relic of one of the greatest missionaries and evangelists since St. Paul the Apostle.
The public is invited to pay its last respects to Father "Pops" on Saturday, January 27 at 10:30 a.m., at St. Patrick's Basilica, when the funeral mass in memory of a man who was resolutely committed and devoted to his neighbour will be held.
The Archdiocese has learned that one of its diocesan priests, Fr. John Emmett Walsh, has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
A conference based on the teaching of Theology of the body developed by St. John Paul II, will be given in Montreal January 18-20 by two international experts, Christopher West and Jason Evert.
We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Father Emmett Johns, “Pops”, who died peacefully on Saturday, January 13, 2018, in Montreal, Quebec, at the age of 89.
As we prepare for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25), we invite you to join us for an ecumenical celebration, January 21, 3 p.m., at Union United Church in Montreal.
(Vatican News) Pope Francis began his 22nd papal voyage outside of Italy on Monday, when his flight departed Rome’s Fiumicino Airport for the 15-hour journey to Santiago, Chile.
The Archdiocese of Montreal announces the creation of a new organization to strengthen family life: the Diocesan Centre for Marriage, Life and Family, located at diocesan headquarters, 2000 Sherbrooke St. West.
Paul de Chomedey and company return 375 years later to commemorate the erecting of a cross on Mount Royal in thanksgiving for saving Ville Marie from flooding.