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Pastoral Letters concerning Reconciliation with the Indigenous Peoples

08-02-2023

On Wednesday, February 8, 2023, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) published four Pastoral Letters concerning reconciliation with the Indigenous peoples.

They are titled (Click on the title to view the document):

International

The death toll rises in a country already in ruins

07-02-2023
“According to the first information we have received from our partners, the February 6 earthquakes that devastated parts of Turkey have also affected Christian communities in Syria,” says Marie-Claude Lalonde, National Director of Aid to the Church in Need Canada (ACN). “We ask all our benefactors to pray for all the victims of this terrible natural disaster that was felt even in Lebanon. There, people feared a repetition of the tragedy in the port of Beirut,” she said.

Montreal

Morning of reflection on the future of the diocese of Montreal’s Social Action

07-02-2023

On January 28, a gathering was held of approximately 30 participants from various parts of the diocese, including pastoral social action agents, parish social action representatives, members of acting committees from various districts, individuals involved in social action and priests from the So

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