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16-04-2019
Following the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, Archbishop Christian Lépine offers a message of support to the citizens of Paris.
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Montreal

Theme of Resurrection featured in three video clips

17-04-2019
What is the mystery behind Easter? How does this central element of our faith affect our lives? How important is it on a daily basis? We offer you the opportunity through three video clips to relive the mystery behind Jesus Christ’s resurrection!

Montreal

Echoing Mary’s “Yes” at WYD in the diocese

16-04-2019
Hundreds of young people gathered at Santa Cruz Mission last Saturday for World Youth Day celebrations in the diocese. This annual Youth Festival included prayer, music, praise and worship, fellowship, games and testimonies.

International

Fire burns Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris

15-04-2019
A major blaze engulfed the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral April 15, sending pillars of flame and billowing smoke over the center of the French capital.

Montreal

2019 Holy Week in Montreal

15-04-2019
The Easter Triduum is almost upon us. As we approach the pinnacle of the liturgical year, find out more about local events taking place this Holy Week
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NEWSLETTERS

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APPOINTMENTS

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Appointments
PRESS RELEASES
PRESS RELEASES

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IN MEMORIAM

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All baptized in the death and resurrection of Christ, some were called to follow and serve the Lord with the gift of their lives. Ministers of the Word, of the Eucharist and of reconciliation, they were deacons or priests to feed the flock that the Shepherd had entrusted to them.

Let them now enter into the joy of their Master and Lord.

IN MEMORIAM