Just as the branch cannot produce fruit by itself unless it abides in the vine, neither can you unless you abide in me. - John 15:4
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Catholic nun honoured for humanitarian work - Winnipeg Free Press article
Months after her death at age 94, the humanitarian legacy of Sister Aileen Gleason of Winnipeg was publicly recognized on September 12 in Ottawa by Governor-General Julie Payette.
The Roman Catholic nun was posthumously honoured with a Meritorious Service Decoration for sponsoring thousands of refugees through Hospitality House Refugee Ministry, which she co-founded in 1992.
To read the full Winnipeg Free Press article, click here or on photo.
Pastoral Appointments 2019
For the new Pastoral Assignments of Priests and Parish Life Directors, effective August 1st, 2019,
click here, or on photo.
For the Addendum to the Pastoral Announcements, published August 26, 2019, click here.
A Time and Place set Aside for Christ and Our Lady - The Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage
It's official! The Archdiocese of St. Boniface decreed that the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, in St. Malo, will henceforth be a diocesan sanctuary and the site of the Annual diocesan pilgrimage. Many attended this faith-filled event, held on August 18. Archbishop Albert LeGatt of St. Boniface explains the reasoning behind the decision, and the importance of pilgrimages for our Catholic faith.
To read the complete story, click here, or on photo.
To see pictures of this year's pilgrimage, click here.
Holy Cross Parish Honours the Great Gift of the Eucharist
John Scatliff, the Parish Life Director, and Deacon Gilles Urquhart explain how the love of the Eucharist animates this decision to publicly honour the Lord on this most special Sunday.
To read the full story, click here, or on photo.
To view photos of the Corpus Christi Mass and procession, click here.
“Oh Lord, here I am. I come to do your will.”
Blues skies greeted the hundreds who came to Saint Boniface Cathedral on June 1st to witness and participate in the solemn and powerful sacramental celebration of Ordination to the Order of Priesthood of Peter Lê Văn Ngữ. Surrounded by his family from Vietnam and the United States, this humble and joy-filled young man unconditionally surrendered his personal desires to be molded into the likeness of Christ, the Supreme High Priest.
Peter's friend, Denise Walleyn, was there. To read her testimonial, click here, or on photo.
To view a photo gallery of Peter Lê Văn Ngữ's ordination, click here.
The Benefits of the Nathanael Program
Since its creation, Nathanael has been helping adult Catholics in our diocese to discover new depths in their relationship with Jesus. This deepening of faith has led Nathanael alumni to become intentional disciples - persons willing to answer our Church’s needs in a committed and concrete way.
Over the course of three years, participants explore spiritual life and prayer, scripture, Church tradition and are invited to greater personal growth and to actively engage as missionary disciples.
Is Nathanael for you?
The following testimonies from alumni of the 2015-2018 Nathanael program could help you find, with the Holy Spirits’ guidance, answer the question, and respond to God’s call… To read, click here or on photo.
- New Story - Catholic nun honoured - Winnipeg Free Press article
- NEW - Pastoral Appointments 2019 with Addendum
- The Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage
- Walking with the Lord
- Peter Lê Văn Ngữ ordained into the priesthood
- Is Nathanael for You?
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