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Montreal

Celebrating the feast of St. Anthony at St. John Bosco Parish

18-06-2024

On the weekend of June 8-9. 2024, despite the rain, the faithful of St.

Montreal

World Children's Day at St. Kevin Parish

18-06-2024

Our Parish Catechetical Leader, Sr. Grace Salvana, SPC, was in the Philippines when the First World Children's Day was published on the diocesan website last month.   

National

Supporting refugees through Christian compassion

18-06-2024

Refugees are deeply connected to both our Christian tradition and the daily realities of our modern world. Their plight is not just a historical or scriptural narrative but a pressing issue that resonates with contemporary global challenges. 

Montreal

Saint-Pierre-Apôtre Church in Montreal featured in "Sur la route de nos églises"

18-06-2024
"Sur la route de nos églises" is an ambitious project dedicated to showcasing the century-old churches of Quebec through captivating short films. Initiated by Yves Coulombe and Sylvain Piché, this project aims to share the beauty and history of these unique places of worship, while highlighting the talent and devotion of the ancestors who built them.
Newsletters
NEWSLETTERS

spacer-221.pngHere is the list of different Newsletters published by the Offices and Services of the Archdiocese of Montreal. You can subscribe at any time for one or more mailing lists, depending on your interests.

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

spacer-221.png Here is the list of the most recent press releases that the Catholic Church in Montreal has published.

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