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Have you discovered the Theology of the Body? Do you want to go deeper? Do you love to read and share ideas? If so, the "Called to Love" Fellowship is for you!
On Friday, March 9, at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, several people will be instituted in their respective ministries in preparation for ordination to the permanent diaconate.
In response to Pope Francis’ call for a day of fasting and prayer for peace on February 23, 2018, here is Most Rev. Christian Lépine's message to the faithful.
Here is Archbishop Christian Lépine's message following Pope Francis' appeal for a day of prayer and fasting for peace, February 23, 2018.
A film nominated in the “Short film (live action) category” at the 2018 Academy Awards (Watu Wote – All of us) received financial support from the international organization Aid to the Church in Need.
On Sunday, February 18, nearly 100 catechumens from various parishes and missions in the Archdiocese - all adults preparing for Baptism - gathered with the Archbishop for the celebration of the Rite of Election.
Friday, February 9, the Office of Cultural and Ritual Communities and the Office of Faith Education hosted their third gathering with Montreal cultural communities, this time with Bishop Alain Faubert, Auxiliary Bishop of Montreal.
Here is the latest news from Le Pont (The Bridge), the diocesan welcome centre for asylum seekers, written by one of its residents.
(Vatican News) The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue is urging members of all different religious traditions to support Pope Francis’ call for a day of prayer and fasting for peace on February 23rd.
There was much to celebrate in St. Leonard last Sunday, as Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish joyfully welcomed Archbishop Christian Lépine to celebrate Mass and bless the image of newly canonized Saint Angelo d’Acri (1669-1739).
This year marks the 26th World Day of the Sick, instituted in 1992 by Saint John Paul II. SASMAD welcomes everyone to its annual celebration for and with the sick, on Saturday, February 11 at Saint-Jude Sanctuary.