On October 17, a Votive Mass of the Holy Spirit was celebrated at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral to mark the beginning of the diocesan synodal experience as decreed by Pope Francis.
Canadian Bishops to Welcome Pope Francis to Canada on Historic Pilgrimage of Healing and Reconciliation
The Catholic Bishops of Canada are grateful that Pope Francis has accepted their invitation to visit Canada on a pilgrimage of healing and reconciliation.
At the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis reflects on the fruits of the Holy Spirit.
On October 8, the Diocese of Montreal celebrated 40 years of diaconal history. A Mass was celebrated on the occasion by Archbishop Christian Lépine at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral. Three of the diocese’s original deacons attended the celebration, including 98-year-old François Poirier.
Last Sunday, Pope Francis presided over a Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica to inaugurate a Synod of the Universal Church, which will take place over the next two years on the themes of Communion, Participation, and Mission.
Saturday morning, October 17, the Catholic Church of Montreal celebrated our fourth annual Mass of thanksgiving in honour of our benefactors, presided by Archbishop Christian Lépine.
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Grand Séminaire de l’Archidiocèse de Montréal and the Fondation du Grand Séminaire de Montréal unveil their new identities
On Oct 5, with the Archbishop of Montreal and figures from the business and religious communities present, in addition to seminarians, students, professors and friends, the Grand Séminaire de l'Archidiocèse de Montréal (GSAM) and the Fondation du Grand Séminaire de Montréal unveiled their new looks.
A full hundred people were in attendance at the Cathedral for the blessing of the new statue of St. Kateri Tekakwitha on Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, while others chose to participate via the diocesan YouTube channel. The statue is now on view for public veneration at the left side of the nave beside the statue of St. Anne.
Pope Francis celebrated Mass at St Peter’s Basilica for the solemn opening of the Synod of Bishops, which will take place in three stages over the next two years.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease across the country and churches gradually welcome parishioners back in person, the Sunday liturgy offers nourishment for prayer and reflection during the whole week – whether we are meditating on the readings, praying together with our families or participating at Mass within our faith communities.
Here is the new pastoral letter from the Archbishop of Montreal, Christian Lépine.