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June 27, 2017

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Archdiocesan News

 

Summer Publication of the Weekly News Bulletin

The Weekly News Bulletin will not be published from Tuesday, July 18th to Tuesday, August 29th inclusively. The publication will resume on Tuesday, September 5th, 2017.
Please submit your announcements, according to this schedule.

 

 

Summer Schedule for the Archbishop’s Office

The office of Most Reverend Albert LeGatt, Archbishop of Saint Boniface, as well as the secretary’s office, will be closed from July 31st to August 7th inclusively. For any urgent matter during that time, please contact Fr. Carl Tarnopolski, Vicar General

 

Summer Schedule for the Pastoral Centre and Resource Centre The Pastoral Centre will not be closed during the summer months. The Reception Office is located at 151 de la Cathédrale Avenue; telephone number 204-237-9851.
A reminder that the Resource Centre will remain closed until after the move.

Pastoral Centre Moving to New Location: The Diocesan Pastoral Centre will henceforth be located on the 3rd floor of the Archbishop’s Residence as of Tuesday, September 5, 2017. The actual move of the offices will take place from Monday, August 28 to Friday, September 1st. To facilitate this move, the Pastoral Centre will be completely closed during that week.

 

May the Sonshine of Jesus our Lord fill our heart with joy and rest during the summer months.

Good and safe vacation to all!

Archdiocesan News

*NEW* Pastoral Assignments of Priests and Parish Life Directors in the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface

The appointments for the current year will be effective August 1st, 2017. To read the letter of assignments, click here OR view on the diocesan website.

 

 

*NEW* Honouring the Spirit of 1817: Commemorating the Selkirk Treaty – Sunday, July 16, 2017

The Peguis Selkirk Treaty signed July 18, 1817 represented “peace, order and mutual cooperation”. This is the first treaty signed between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples in Western Canada. It shaped not only Winnipeg and Manitoba but also the nation itself. In today’s spirit of reconciliation, a committee of 35 volunteers, including representatives of the Archdiocese of St. Boniface, is Honouring the Spirit of 1817 by commemorating The Peguis Selkirk Treaty in a week-long series of events in the presence of the current Lord Selkirk from England. There will be an Ecumenical Prayer Service on Sunday, July 16, 2017, at 3 PM at the St. Boniface Cathedral, organized by the Catholic, Anglican and Presbyterian Churches. All are invited to join in praying for renewed and ever stronger ties of friendship and mutual support between all peoples of our land. For more information, view the website: http://peguisselkirk200.ca/.

Catechetics

*NEW* Pray with the Saints of Canada for the 150th Anniversary

The Service of Catechetics has prepared short biographies and prayers to be used in parish bulletins, in groups, in families or individually. Lessons for children, biographies, video links and more information about the Saints and Blesseds of Canada may be found at the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops Website www.cccb.ca. or  click here. To print or view a PDF of bulletin inserts & prayers, click here.

Marriage, Family & Life

*NEW* Marriage Tip

Be intentional about giving your spouse your undivided attention when you see each other after your daily duties. Set aside time to sit together and talk about the highs and lows of your days.

Monthly Prayer Intentions of Pope Francis

*NEW* Pope’s Prayer Intentions for July 2017

Evangelization: That Christians in Africa, in imitation of the Merciful Jesus, may give prophetic witness to reconciliation, justice, and peace.

 

Stewardship

*NEW* Stewardship Reflection

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time - July 2, 2017

“…whoever does not take up his cross and follow after me is not worthy of me.” Matthew 10:38

Pope Benedict XVI said “The world offers you comfort. But you were not made for comfort, you were made for greatness”. “Comfort” puts me first. “Picking up your cross and following Jesus” puts God and others first. Why settle for comfort when you can achieve greatness? Pick up your cross, ask Jesus for guidance on using your gifts and live the life God intended for you!  

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*NEW*
Pastoral Appointments

of Priests and Parish Life Directors,
effective August 1st 2017.
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1- Marriage Tribunal - Secretary/Notary
2- Communications - Associate Coordinator
3- Pastoral Services- Administrative Assistant


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