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Fifth Catechetical Conference of the Diocese of Montreal

14-01-2020
At the end of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy in 2016, Pope Francis had asked to envision a Sunday entirely dedicated to the Word of God. The Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, which falls this year on Jan. 26, will be devoted from now on to the Word of God.

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Pope at Angelus: ‘Jesus teaches us to be meek, simple, respectful'

13-01-2020
Pope Francis explains that Jesus shows us how to fulfill the Father’s plan with filial obedience, meekness, simplicity and respect as we go about our mission to witness and proclaim the Father’s boundless love for all of His children.

International

Pope Francis: I am close to the Australian people

08-01-2020
At the General Audience on Wed., Jan. 8, Pope Francis called for prayers for Australia, which is currently battling massive wildfires.

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Pope at Angelus: Just like the Magi, our lives are changed by encountering Jesus

06-01-2020
Pope Francis, during the Angelus, speaks of the Magi whose lives were changed after encountering the baby Jesus. He also greets the Eastern Churches, Catholic and Orthodox, many of whom celebrate the Lord's birth on the 7th of January.

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Epiphany of the Lord: the Pope's homily

06-01-2020
As we begin the year 2020, Pope Francis calls us to adoration to help make Jesus Christ more central in our own personal, social, and faith life. I invite you to reflect on the homily he delivered for the feast of the Epiphany. † Christian Lépine, Archbishop of Montreal

Montreal

130th Anniversary of Saint-Léonard Parish

03-01-2020
Saint-Léonard (de Port-Maurice) Church was officially erected on Sunday, Dec. 22, 1889. Three days later, the church was consecrated during the Christmas Mass, and 130 years later, Archbishop Lépine came to celebrate an anniversary Mass.

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Bringing Christmas to the "peripheries"

03-01-2020
“The church is called to go outside of itself and go to the peripheries, not just geographic, but also the existential peripheries,” said Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio in March 2013. He did not wait until he was elected pope to make the “peripheries” central to his message, a central focus of our attention.