On September 30, we are invited to reflect on the words “truth and reconciliation.” But for people of the First Nations, there is another word that brings hope: “healing.”
Brother Bishops, distinguished guests, and members of the CCCB staff,
I am pleased to present to the members of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops my report on the activities of the Conference since its last plenary meeting.
International conference seeks to promote dialogue between Catholic Bishops and Indigenous-Catholic populations
The Catholic Bishops of Quebec encourage support for the campaign advocating for the taxation of food production corporations’ superprofits
Ottawa – Next week (25-28 September 2023), the Plenary Assembly of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) will gather in King City, Ontario, for its annual meeting, bringing together 79 Bishops to deliberate, discern, and discuss the life of the Church in Canada, incl
It has been almost six years since our diocesan Church committed to becoming a more missionary organization in response to Pope Francis’s appeal as published in the apostolic exhortation, The Joy of the Gospel.
Episcopal Resignation and Appointment for the Diocese of Amos and Unification of the Diocese to the Diocese of Rouyn-Noranda "in persona episcopi"
On 16 September 2023, His Holiness Pope Francis accepted the resignation of the Most Reverend Gilles Lemay, Bishop of the Diocese of Amos.
Translated by the Archdiocese of Montreal
Dear Colleagues and Friends,