Little Flower Parish

We are experiencing temporary changes to Mass times and office hours. We recommend you call the office before stopping in, and apologize for any inconvenience. 306-522-8583

Archbishop's Appeal 2021

THANK YOU for your generosity and faithful support thus far. With each gift we receive, we become all that much closer to our goal.  

Little Flower Appeal contributions to date - $22,225 from 102 contributors. This represents 69% of our target of $32,143, from 23% of our parishioners.

We have also received $3,715 in Truth and Reconciliation contributions from 37 contributors. In addition $377.50 from 13 people was received from the TRC pew collection.

Thank you to those who have returned your cards, however we still
have not received 75% (330) of the cards that were mailed.


Synod 2021-2023

The people of the Archdiocese of Regina, with dioceses
and Christian communities around the world, are being asked to speak and to listen about one main theme:

A synodal Church, in announcing the Gospel, “journeys together:”

• How is this “journeying together” happening today in
your particular Church, in your parish?
• What steps does the Spirit invite us to take in order to
grow in our “journeying together”?

Plans are underway to give parishes, organizations, as
many individuals as possible the opportunity to respond
to this theme over the next several months. Look for
more information in your Parish Bulletin, in Archdiocesan communications and on the diocesan website

8-Day Online Bible Study series “We saw the star in the East and we came to worship him”

(Matthew 2:2)

January 18-25, 2002 12:15-1:00 pm daily except Sunday Jan. 23 which will be at 3 pm (Saskatchewan time) Presented by the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism and the Regina Council of Churches. Click here to register

 Indigenous Relations 

Catholic Truth & Reconciliation information for Little Flower R.C. Parish


Click the link above to our new Indigenous Relations page for news from Archbishop Don and the clergy of Saskatchewan, including an explanation of the new fund-raising initiative

to support residential school survivors and their communities as a way of engaging more deeply in our own ongoing commitment and response to the Truth & Reconciliation process.

The funding priorities are as follows:
1) Healing and Reconciliation
2) Cemeteries on the sites of former residential schools
3) Education and Cultural Support

It is our responsibility now to educate ourselves in order to walk the road together of right relationships, truth, justice and reconciliation. We offer a 3-fold way of entering into this: “Education – Encounters – Experiences” in a PDF.

Prayer In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

O God, Great Spirit and Faithful Creator, with humility we your children acknowledge the relationship of all living things. For this we thank you, we praise you and we worship you.

We call on you, Great Mystery, the Word made Flesh – our teacher,
prophet and brother - to open our hearts to all our brothers
and sisters, and with them to grow in the wisdom, honesty,
courage and respectfulness shown in The Sacred Teachings. Give us the honesty to recognize that the Earth provides us with life sustaining breath, nourishment and healing, and give us the strength to proclaim by our words and actions that the Earth is a blessing for all peoples.

May we avoid the sins of exploitive personal power and profit. May
we seek the righteous way of love, service, and healing in all things. Father, as we walk our journey on this Earth, may your life-giving Spirit protect and guide us with your Wisdom so that we might live in right relationship and harmony with all humanity. May we pass on to future generations this Earth and all your gifts as you have provided them to us. Amen.

Archbishop Encourages Faithful to Consider Vaccination

Following the directives, guidance, and research carried out by the Vatican and other bodies of bishops world-wide, Archbishop Don supports efforts to provide vaccines to the people of Saskatchewan and encourages the faithful to seriously consider receiving the vaccine as it becomes available. Read the 20-point report from the Vatican's COVID-19 Commision, here.

Pro-Life Novena




Please join Regina Pro-Life Association in praying this nine-day novena for an end to the culture of death. 


Father and maker of all, you adorn all creation with splendor and beauty, and fashion human lives in your image and likeness. Awaken in every heart reverence for the work of your hands and renew among your people a readiness to nurture and sustain your precious gift of life. 

Grant this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever.


Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us. 

Concluding Prayers: One Our Father, 3 Hail Mary, one Glory Be.

Catholic Engaged Encounter

Getting married? Want a weekend away to focus on your relationship? Catholic Engaged Encounter has been used in hundreds of dioceses throughout the world.

The next weekend will be February 11 -13 at Echo Lake Bible Camp. For more info or to register visit,
Contact: Miri and  James Schiller at if you have any questions. "A Wedding is a Day, a Marriage is a Lifetime."


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:
 Kraft Dinner
 Chicken Noodle Soup
 Non perishable-dry package soups
 Noodle packages
 Fruit cups
 Pudding cups
 Small cans of meat or fish (flip up tops)
 Powdered Milk


Support Little Flower 

From home:

Your donation can be made to your parish by:

  • Pre-authorized direct debit
  • E-Transfer
  • By phone on credit card

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.). 

Click here to visit the Giving Page  

In person: 

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.

Social Time After Mass - Suspended

Join us on the first, second and fourth Sundays of every month for coffee and refreshments -- often a light lunch -- and visit with fellow parishioners.

 Unfortunately we've suspended hospitality until after the virus situation resolves.

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

Click here to get the Pre-Authorized Debit form.


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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. 

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