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The Triumph of Love - Archbishop LeGatt's Easter Message

Easter is a season of great joy, and Archbishop LeGatt invites us to find joy in the simple, ordinary things in life, which are examples of Love conquering death.
From all of us at the Archdiocese of St. Boniface, Happy Easter! He is risen. Alleluia!

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The Triumph of Love - Archbishop LeGatt's Easter Message

Easter is a season of great joy, and Archbishop LeGatt invites us to find joy in the simple, ordinary things in life, which are examples of Love conquering death.
From all of us at the Archdiocese of St. Boniface, Happy Easter! He is risen. Alleluia!

To view the video, click here or on photo.


Walking With and For Jesus - The Holy Redeemer Way of the Cross

Some 80 worshipers from Holy Redeemer Parish in Winnipeg and parishes from the Archdiocese of St. Boniface and the Ukrainian Archeparchy of Winnipeg demonstrated their faith by walking the Good Friday Way of the Cross.
"Walking with and for Jesus on Good Friday is a tradition at Holy Redeemer," noted the pastor, Br. Arockiadoss Savurimuthu.
The faithful visited the Douglas Mennonite Church, where they were welcomed with the cross in the church sanctuary. "It's a beautiful tradition of Holy Week," said Pastor Don Rempel-Boschman, "Praying together in recognition of the salvation brought by Christ, what's more unifying?"
Then, the group was welcomed by the faithful of St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Parish, where they prayed to the Virgin and recited some prayers led by Reverend Father Mark Gnutel. The cross was also presented to the senior shut-ins of Donwood Manor. "I have been a deacon at Holy Redeemer for 25 years, and the Way of the Cross has always been part of our parish life. I'm grateful for the work of the Liturgy Committee, the Knights of Columbus and Father Doss."

To see photos of the Way of the Cross, click here or on the photo.

Good Friday in Holland - The St. John Berchmans Way of the Cross

"Saint John Berchmans Church, in Holland, Manitoba, celebrated its annual procession of the "Way of The Cross" on Good Friday - April 19, 2019 at 11:30 AM through the streets of the town carrying a wooden cross.

Children, teens, adults and seniors participate with great devotion every year, in order to take part in a small way in the Passion, crucifixion, death and resurrection of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Attendance was good, and the beautiful weather certainly helped!" Rev. Fr. José Montepeque, Pastor of the Holland Catholic Centre

To view photos of the Way of the Cross, click here or on photo.

A look at this year's Chrism Mass

More than 700 of the faithful attended the Chrism Mass, presided on April 16 by Bishop Albert LeGatt, Archbishop of St. Boniface.

A solemn and intimate event, the Chrism Mass saw Bishop LeGatt bless the oil of the catechumens and the oil for the sacrament of the sick, as well as consecrate the holy chrism, used for baptism, confirmation and the ordination of the priests.

More than fifty priests were on hand to renew their priestly vows. Representatives of the parishes, religious communities and health care institutions were also present to receive the holy oils to bring them back to their respective circles.

To see photos taken during the Chrism Mass, click here or on the photo.

L'Église de l'Enfant-Jésus : Legacy of the Past and Heritage for the Future

 

The Archdiocese of Saint Boniface is pleased to announce that the historic Église de l’Enfant-Jésus in Richer has been sold to the Corporation du Site Historique Enfant-Jésus for one dollar. The signing of the transfer of property took place on April 17.

For Yvonne Fontaine Godard, president of the Corporation du Site Historique Enfant-Jésus, which runs the Dawson Trail Museum, “With the transfer of property, the dreams of the community of Richer have been realized."

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Christus Vivit - An apostolic exhortation for the young and the entire people of God

“Christ is alive and he wants you to be alive!” These are the first words addressed to young people and “the entire people of God” in Christus Vivit, Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, signed on March 25, 2019. The exhortation was inspired by the “wealth of reflections and conversations” of the Synod on Young People of October 2018.

Yssa Licsi, the Youth and Young Adult Ministry Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface, offers some initial comments on a document that she is convinced will take her ministry to a whole new level.

For Yssa Licsi's comments, click here or on photo. 

For a synthesis of Christus Vivit, click here.

For the full version of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, click here.

 

  • Archbishop LeGatt's Easter Message
  • Walking With and For Jesus
  • Good Friday in Holland
  • The Chrism Mass - A Moving and Holy Experience
  • Historic Church in Richer Sold to Historical Society
  • Christus Vivit - For the young and the whole Church

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