Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal issues seventh pastoral letter amid pandemic crisis.
During the General Audience, Pope Francis urges the faithful to pray to Our Lady, reminding us that 13 May is the feast of Our Lady of Fatima.
Pope Francis celebrates International Nurses Day on 12 May, noting that through the tragedy of coronavirus we have rediscovered their fundamental role, one that makes them “the guardians of life”.
Most Reverend Christian Lépine will celebrate a special mass in communion with the National March for Life.
Pope Francis turns his thoughts during morning Mass to those who are suffering because they have lost their jobs due to the pandemic and reflects on how God has sent the Holy Spirit to accompany and sustain us throughout our lives.
No distance is too far, for either the eyes or the heart. In an effort to remain actively present as a Church and as a diocese of outreach during this pandemic crisis, the diocesan Youth Ministry team, together with Archbishop Christian Lépine, organized an online Via Lucis event held Thursday, April 30. Over 250 participants connected via the cloud platform, Zoom, which facilitates digital and video interaction between the hosting organizers and the audience “assembly”.
Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal issues sixth pastoral letter amid pandemic crisis.
In these recent months when our dining room table has become a makeshift classroom, a place for Zoom meetings, an arts-and-crafts station, and more, the theme for Quebec’s upcoming Week for Families on reconciling work and family has become more relevant than ever! Here are some resources for you, your family and friends with which to celebrate this special week.
Families, couples or individuals are invited to lead the Rosary from their homes during the month of May!
Teams are hard at work in several Montreal parishes, in an effort to continue the Church’s outreach and active presence to those in need. Here is some news from one such parish, the Southwest-borough community of St-Zotique.
Pope Francis offers Mass on Tuesday for the many people who have died with Covid-19, and reflects on several attitudes that keep us from knowing Jesus.
Here is the latest information in response to questions received about the reopening of churches and the resumption of religious services.