Next Steps in the Spiritual and Pastoral Renewal
"The meadows of the wilderness overflow" was the motto of Bishop Norbert Provencher, the first bishop of our beloved archdiocese; it remains true and continues to resonate with us. The soil in St. Boniface is very fertile, as are our hearts which continue to produce beautiful fruits.
A little over five years ago, we embarked together on a strategic planning process. Following many discussions with the laity and priests, the Action Plan for the spiritual and pastoral renewal of our diocese was developed. This ambitious plan was founded on our mission and vision, our values, as well as five overarching guiding principles. Today, the diocese wishes to share with you the fruits of each service during the last few years.
Click here to read Archbishop LeGatt's letter.
Click here to read the full document Next Steps in the Spiritual and Pastoral Renewal.
Watch the video on Catechetics for a more in-depth look at this ministry.
The following questions may be used to further your reflection.
Questions to Guide the Evaluation of Specific Ministries
Thank you to:
- KP Design (booklet layout and graphic design)
- Robert Campeau (photos on pages 8 and 20)
- Fusion Multimédia (photos on pages 16, 34 and 38; and videos)
- Pastoral Services
- Spiritual and Pastoral Renewal
- Marriage, Family & Life
- Youth & Young Adult Ministry
- Renewal & Growth of Parish Pastoral Councils
- Interchurch and Interfaith Learning
- First Nations Ministry
- Social Justice
- Refugee Sponsorship
- Missionary Efforts
- Ministry of Care
- Ministry of Care
- Ministry of Care - End of Life Resources
- Ministry of Care - Eucharistic Ministry
- Ministry of Care - Formation and Training
- Ministry of Care - Grief Support Resources
- Ministry of Care - Healthy Aging, Elder Support and Dementia Care
- Ministry of Care - Mental Health Support
- Ministry of Care - News
- Ministry of Care - Self-Care Resources
- Households of Faith