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31-03-2020
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, religious leaders and organizations from across Canada prepared a message entitled entitled Hope, Gratitude and Solidarity - A Message to Canadians from Religious Leaders in Canada in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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Montreal

VIVA WYD Montréal 2020 LIVE

31-03-2020
WYD Montreal 2020 will still take place... but LIVE, with the help of technology!

Pope Francis

Pope’s special Urbi et Orbi blessing: ‘God turns everything to our good’

30-03-2020
Pope Francis delivers an extraordinary blessing “To the City and to the World” on Friday to pray for an end to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. In his meditation, the Pope reflects on Jesus’ words to His disciples: “Why are you afraid? Have you no faith?” Full text included.

Montreal

COVID-19: Crescendo of the Bells

27-03-2020
Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal and Auxiliary Bishop Marc Pelchat of Québec wish to send a message of hope to as many people as possible during the fight against this pandemic and have asked Catholic churches in their dioceses to ring their bells for 10 minutes, starting at 12 noon, beginning Sunday, March 29 through every Sunday until Easter.
Newsletters
NEWSLETTERS

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APPOINTMENTS

spacer-221.pngThe following is a list of clergy and lay personnel who have been appointed by the Archbishop during the current year. In these publications, French or English respects the language of the official letter of appointment

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