Little Flower Parish
New office hours:
- Mon., Tues., & Wed.: 9 a.m. to noon
- Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Phone calls and emails will be monitored and answered during the day as usual.
Mask up, please
More people are coming to Masses and COVID case numbers are rising with new variants. We strongly recommend you wear a mask while in church, for everyone's safety.
Little Flower needs your help
We're working to make our parish a vibrant, inviting community as outlined in the Nov. 19/20 presentation. If you can help, or if you'd like a copy of the presentation, email the parish office or complete the Stewardship form and bring it to Mass on the weekend.
Join us for Coffee Social after mass on Sunday, Nov. 27 to meet the parisioners already involved in various ministries.
Little Flower Parish is located on Treaty 4 Territory, the traditional lands of the Nêhiyawak, Nahkawé, and Nakota, and homeland of the Dakota, Lakota, and Métis peoples.
As disciples of Jesus, we are invited to be stewards of hope in our relationships, families, and communities. But in these uncertain and challenging times, that isn’t always easy. The Archbishop’s Appeal is a tangible way in which you can foster hope in your parish and wider community. Please, prayerfully consider how you can foster hope by donating to the Archbishop’s appeal.
If you have any questions about this year’s appeal, please email our Development office at email@example.com or call (306)-352-1684.
Hope: For nothing will be impossible with God
Goal - $1.4 million
Let us live as people of Hope, waiting with expectation, knowing we serve a God who is with us always. Let us share that hope with others, and support growth in our Archdiocese through giving generously.
Pope Francis: A Penitential Pilgrimage
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(itwewin is the Cree word that means ‘the word’ or ‘as it is said...’) by Fr. John Weckend, Archdiocese of Regina Truth and Reconciliation Healing Committee.
Treaty 4 created obligations and duties for the treaty partners, including the settlers (newcomers) who were represented by the Crown. These obligations are called treaty promises. Treaty 4 is "recognized as a solemn, sacred, and lasting agreement that creates legally enforceable obligations on both parties" (p.13).
First Nations immediately honoured their treaty promises while the Crown (Canada) has yet to completely fulfill its treaty promises made to First Nations people. (OTC, 2008, We are All Treaty People)
For our food drives, please be mindful that we cannot accept packages that have been opened, items that are partially used or those beyond their expiry date.
Some items in need:
Ready for Electronic Giving?
Now you can make your offering gifts by automatic transfer from your bank account to Little Flower. Read more information in this document.
Your donation can be made to your parish by:
Through the Archdiocese:
In the Comments box, include your name, envelope number, and tell the office how you want the money distributed (building fund, regular collection, food drive, etc.).
You can also put your collection envelopes in a plain white envelope with "Little Flower Parish" on the outside and leave it in the parish mailbox outside the office door. We will record that donation as we normally would for the Sunday collection. Please use a cheque if possible, and not cash.
Santa Maria Regina
Santa Maria Senior Citizens’ Home continues to be an important part of the living and healing ministry of Jesus
Collection for Development and Peace – Caritas Canada
Thank you for support and solidarity!
From the Archdiocese of Regina
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Social Justice Co-ordinator
Dr. Brett Salkeld
Deacon Eric Gurash
Communications and Evangelization
Welcome To Little Flower
Roman Catholic Church
Little Flower parish was established in 1930, and today serves almost 500 families from our beautiful church near Regina's core.
Our mission: Little Flower, as a faith community, reaches out to all in service, compassion and love to fulfill our mission of proclaiming the gospel daily in word and deed.
Our Patron, St. Thérèse
I will spend my heaven doing good on earth. I will let fall a shower of roses.
Thérèse Martin entered a Carmelite convent at age fifteen. As Sister Thérèse of the Child Jesus, she lived a hidden life. She was just 24 when she died of TB. The world came to know her through her autobiography, The Story of a Soul.
She described her life as “a little way of spiritual childhood.” She lived each day with unshakable confidence in God’s love. What matters in life is “not great deeds, but great love.”
“My mission — to make God loved — will begin after my death,” she said. “I will spend my heaven doing good on earth. I will let fall a shower of roses.”
This is the reason St.Thérèse’s emblem is a crucifix covered with a profusion of roses. The celebration of her Feast Day is October 1.
Our Stained Glass Windows
The windows in Little Flower church were designed and manufactured by Rault Freres, of Rennes, France, and installed by Burns Hanley Co. Ltd. of Regina.