The Catholic Church of Montreal launches its latest Annual Campaign: “Giving Changes Lives”
The Catholic Church of Montreal launches its 2022 Annual Campaign: "Giving Changes Lives", including on our digital platforms.
Pope names Laurent Ulrich as new Archbishop of Paris
Archbishop Laurent Bernard Marie Ulrich, originally ordained as a priest of the Archdiocese of Dijon, and from 2008 Archbishop of Lille, is named as the new Archbishop of Paris.
Pastoral Orientations on Intercultural Migrant Ministry
These Pastoral Orientations offer proposals for intercultural pastoral ministry, transmitting in concrete terms my invitation in the Encyclical Fratelli Tutti to develop a culture of encounter. I invite you to take up anew the image of the polyhedron, which “represents a society where differences coexist, complementing, enriching, and reciprocally illuminating one another.
Mass for Vocations to the Priesthood in the Diocese of Montreal
Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal warmly invites each of you to join him on April 29, 2022, and give thanks to the Master of the Harvest for the vocations of priests present and future.
Following One’s Call : A celebration for the institution of acolytes and lectors
Bishop Faubert will confer the ministry of acolyte upon Cory Johnson, Rodolfo Zuzino, Benny Augustine Perikilamalayil and Michael Murray, and the ministry of lector upon Kevin Kaiser at a celebration this Friday, April 22. This event is another step in their progression toward the permanent diaconate. While each one of their stories is unique, they all bear the mark of a call that is foremost from God.
The Cathedral of Montreal hosts Carlo Acutis’s Exhibition of the Eucharistic Miracles of the World
From Monday, April 25 to Friday, May 13, Mary Queen of the World Cathedral (Mansfield and René-Lévesque) will host the travelling Exhibition of the Eucharistic Miracles of the World, designed and created by the Blessed Carlo Acutis.
Message for May 1st: “Lead a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called” – Assembly of Quebec Catholic Bishops
Lead a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called, St Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians 4:1 (NRSV).
International conference on grief 2022
Towards humanizing support for the bereaved: Post-pandemic perspectives In light of the experience of the past months, it is vitally important to understand pandemic-related grief in order to improve the quality of accompaniment provided to the bereaved and to comprehend the short- and long-term impacts of pandemic-related grief on our society.
Mass of the Divine Mercy by Archbishop Lépine in Saint-Nazaire Church
“Look to him, and be radiant” (Ps. 34:5)
International Exhibition of the Eucharistic Miracles in the World created and designed by the Blessed Carlo Acutis
“To always be close to Jesus, that’s my life plan.” With these few words, the young boy who was to die of leukemia at just fifteen “outlines the distinguishing feature of his brief existence: To live with Jesus, for Jesus, and in Jesus.”1 And Carlo’s testimony continued
Archdiocese of Montreal publishes third Ombudsman’s Report
The Archdiocese of Montreal today released the third quarterly report compiled by Ombudsman Me. Marie Christine Kirouack, Ad. E. The Report is cumulative, presenting data from May 5 to March 30, 2022.
Our eyes fixed on Jesus
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ,