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Bishop LeGatt: "That they may be one."

Following the week of prayer for Christian Unity, which spanned from January 18th to 25th, Archbishop Albert invites us to reflect on what Christian unity truly means today. Please take some time to pray, that we may be one, as God is one. May we find strength in our common ground, and continue, together, to build up the Kingdom of God.

Bishop LeGatt: "That they may be one."

Following the week of prayer for Christian Unity, which spanned from January 18th to 25th, Archbishop Albert invites us to reflect on what Christian unity truly means today. Please take some time to pray, that we may be one, as God is one. May we find strength in our common ground, and continue, together, to build up the Kingdom of God.

Opening Doors - Hearing from those Returning to the Community

Join us as we hear first hand experiences from ex-inmates and learn from those who are on this journey, and about how we can help.

Our speakers will highlight how faith communities, service organizations and individuals can best understand and address the most pressing emiotional, spiritual and practical needs of ex-inmates.

Tuesday January 26, from 1:30 PM to 3 PM via Zoom. No registration fee! Just go to mmcjusticecommittee@gmail.com to register.

For more information, click here or on photo.

Sponsored by the Manitoba Multifaith Council and Corrections Committee
Zoom hosted by the Salvation Army Correctional and Justice Services

Updated COVID-19 Restrictions: No Religious Gatherings

The entire province will continue to be under Code Red Alert until February 12.
 
Please be advised that there can be no gatherings of any size for weekday or Sunday Masses. No in-person services can take place for at least four weeks.
 
The livestreaming of Masses is permitted, however, provided that parishes limit the number of persons to five (5).
 
Gatherings for funerals are to be limited to ten (10) people, socially distanced, plus the presider. To read the document Code Red Alert COVID-19 Clarifications for Parishes, please click here or on photo. To read the provincial orders, click here.

Bishop LeGatt: 2021 is a Year for Resilience

 

Truly, 2020 has been a year we will never forget. And all will not change in 2021. In his New Years message, Archbishop Albert invites us to dig deeper in 2021, and find new sources for our hope, especially within our family.

Truly, Christ is with us. From all of us at the Archdiocese of Saint-Boniface, we wish you and yours a truly blessed 2021.

Bishop LeGatt: Saying ‘yes’ to God…even in pandemic

December 8th is the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, which also happens to be our diocese’s patronal feast! Usually, the Cathedral would host a large gathering of folks from all across our diocese to come together in prayer around Mary. But this year, we will indeed be celebrating this feast very differently. When Mary had the angel appear to her, and she said yes, it was the result of a lifelong daily commitment to God: a series of consecutive, perseverant yes’s to do God’s will.

We too, must continue to find new and creative ways to say yes to God, and to others, even in times of pandemic. Please join us Tuesday, December 8th, for the broadcast of the archdiocesan mass for the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Mass in English will be at 8PM (Mass in French will be at 6:30PM). Mass will be broadcast life onto the archdiocesan Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ArchSaintBoniface/live

Christmas is an important time of giving in normal times. Our accustomed ways of giving are not so easily available this year due to pandemic while the pandemic has increased the need. Here are some suggestions for ways we can help during the pandemic. Please consider being particularly generous. For some ideas, click here

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26

Opening Doors - Hearing from those Returning to the Community

Jan
27

Formation virtuelle gratuite en français sur le nouveau Directoire pour la catéchèse

Feb
2

Mon coeur-à-coeur quotidien avec le Seigneur – Atelier diocésain de ressourcement spirituel

Feb
3

St. Boniface Diocesan High School Virtual Open House

Feb
10

Adult Faith Growth Workshop: Let Go and Let God

 

 


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