A haven of peace, of education and of renewal in a lush environment located nearby the river, this is what the Chemin Neuf community offers yearly to more than 30 students who are looking for something other than a plain student residence.
Summer is finally here and several activities await us! Here are some great ideas for those wishing to discover our city’s religious heritage this summer!
The annual Mass and pilgrimage for Latin-American agricultural workers at St. Joseph's Oratory will be held July 7, at 3 p.m. Most Rev. Christian Rodembourg, bishop of Saint-Hyacinthe, will celebrate the Mass in Spanish.
On September 14, 2018, Archbishop Lépine launched a great diocesan undertaking under the theme “Together in mission!”. The team spearheading this initiative has been working together over the course of the past year. As the pastoral year comes to an end, here is an update of progress to date.
On June 24, you are all invited to the 10 a.m. solemn Mass at Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church, commemorating the birth of St. John the Baptist. The Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Christian Lépine.
A lawyer by profession, Fr. Benoît-Marc Boyer has done pro bono work for many non-profit organizations and those in need for more than 30 years. On account of his generous service, he will soon receive the Medal of Honour of the National Assembly.
On Saturday, June 1, St. Thomas à Becket Parish in Pierrefonds hosted about 200 youth, aged 12 to 21, who participated in a ball hockey tournament held in the parish’s huge parking lot, and organized by the Youth Ministry team.
All the faithful of the Archdiocese of Montreal are cordially invited to a special Mass celebrated by Archbishop Christian Lépine, followed by a procession through the streets of downtown Montreal on Thursday evening, June 20, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
To honour the widows of past deacons, a special lunch gathering was held on May 28 at the Montreal diocesan offices, hosted by Auxiliary Bishop Faubert and staff of the Office for Pastoral Personnel.
For 21 million people surveyed worldwide, being an Achiever was identified most frequently as their top strength using the CliftonStrengths™ assessment, a Gallup™ tool. But not for the 70 participants gathered June 1 for a "Live Your Strengths" workshop, held at St. Monica Parish; the majority of whom were more inclined toward being Connected than being Achievers.
The mea culpa of Pope Francis in Romania is only the latest in a long series that has involved the most recent Popes.
On the occasion of this year’s diocesan patronal feast day, Archbishop Lépine recognized the various charitable avenues undertaken, and still maintained, by members of religious communities and by people.