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Music is a way of praying twice

 

The countdown for the Conference on Life and the Family has begun!

To get you into the spirit of the event, here’s the official theme song… Thy Word

 

To attend the conference, please register online here. For more information: Nadine Fetherston mfl2@archsaintboniface.ca or (204)-594-0295. For conference schedule: click here. To view the poster, click here. For a more detailed bulletin insert, click here.

Music is a way of praying twice

 

The countdown for the Conference on Life and the Family has begun!

To get you into the spirit of the event, here’s the official theme song… Thy Word

 

To attend the conference, please register online here. For more information: Nadine Fetherston mfl2@archsaintboniface.ca or (204)-594-0295. For conference schedule: click here. To view the poster, click here. For a more detailed bulletin insert, click here.

Music is a way of praying twice

Music and song will be integral parts of the April 6 Tri-Diocesan Conference on Life and the Family.

Between talks with Guest Speaker Leah Perrault, participants will be invited to join the Couples for Christ Youth  Band in singing several songs, including the conference theme song, Thy Word. 

To get you into the spirit of the event, here are the songs we will sing...

Morning gathering: Trading My Sorrows -- Morning prayer: Thy Word --
Afternoon gathering and teaching: One Family
Afternoon worship: I Know - Every Move I Make - Thy Word - One Family -- Final gathering: Shine Jesus Shine

To attend the conference, please register online hereFor more information: Nadine Fetherston mfl2@archsaintboniface.ca or (204)-594-0295. For conference schedule: click here. To view the poster, click here. For a more detailed bulletin insert, click here.

Massacres in Christchurch : Sorrow and Solidarity

Massacres in Christchurch : Sorrow and Solidarity
The March 14 terrorist attacks at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, left 50 people dead and  shocked the world, while rallying persons of faith in prayer and compassion for the dead and for the Muslim community, not only in Christchurch but around the globe. To read Archbishop LeGatt’s statement, click here. To read the complete story, click here.

Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together

Historic Document - Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together

On February 4, 2019, during his Apostolic Journey to the United Arab Emirates, Pope Francis and His Excellency Dr. Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, co-signed an historic document entitled “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together” with the aim, as the document states, “of finding a universal peace that all can enjoy in this life.” The Holy Father has mandated the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue to disseminate the document in “every place and sector of the Church and Society.”

To read the Vatican News article on the signing of “Human Fraternity”, click here or on photo. To read this important document, especially in the aftermath of the Christchurch New Zealand massacres, click here.

A First for the Archdiocese of St. Boniface

Affordable condominiums will see the light of day in Transcona in 2019-2020 on archdiocesan property, site of the former French parish Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption.

The idea of developing the property, located on Leola Street, was originally pitched not long after the closure of the parish on July 31, 2016. Nearly three years later, the project was presented and approved by the East Kildonan-Transcona Community Committee at its March 19 meeting.

With the approval of the project, named Leola Village, plans to subdivide and rezone the property to allow the construction of multi-family units can now move forward.

To read the full story, click here or on photo.

To see architectural drawings of the proposed condominium project, click here.

Countdown to the Tri-Diocesan Family Conference!

Nadine Fetherston, of the Archdiocesan Marriage, Family and Life Service, is looking forward to the upcoming
National Week for Life and the Family Tri-Diocesan Catholic Family Conference!


The free event is on Saturday, April 6, 2019, from 9 AM to 4 PM at the St. Boniface Cathedral Hall, featuring dynamic guest speaker, Leah Perrault. There will be presentations and activities aimed at renewing the family bond while exploring faith and the Gospel today. Donations gratefully accepted. Please register online hereFor more information: Nadine Fetherston mfl2@archsaintboniface.ca or (204)-594-0295. For conference schedule: click here. To view the poster, click here. For a more detailed bulletin insert, click here.

  • Theme Song for the Conference for Life and the Family
  • Prepare your voices for the Conference on Life and the Family!
  • Sorrow and Solidarity
  • Historic Catholic - Muslim Document
  • New Condos in Transcona!
  • A Family Friendly Conference

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