Catholic Community News & Events
Regina Pro-Life's 23rd Annual Golf Tournament is happening once again, Sept. 7th, 2019 at the Green Acres Golf Course.
$60 per golfer - which includes lunch at noon and a $20 charitable tax receipt.
To register contact Lena Schuck call 306-569-1985 or email email@example.com.
Contact Green Acres to reserve a golf cart: 306-771-2579
Join other young adults growing in faith
The Archdiocese of Regina Youth Ministry office is working to establish a “small group ministry” specifically for young adults, 10 - 15 people in a similar place in life seeking to grow in faith.
Small groups will meet weekly or bi-weekly (depending on the decision of the group) and will gather in people’s homes to build community, learn, pray and socialize.
Interested? Contact Michelle Braden at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 306 352 1651 ext. 223.
Rachel's Vineyard Ministry
Are you hurting because of an abortion? Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion.
Contact Elaine at 1-306-480-8911 or email: email@example.com
Thinking about Separation or Divorce?
Is your marriage or that of a relative or friend heading for divorce? Do you know how to save that marriage?
Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vie) is designed to help troubled marriages regain their health and re-awaken the love, trust and commitment that originally brought them together.
For confidential information call Ben & Joanne at (306) 652-7155 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lay Formation Program
Share the Joy of the Gospel!
I'd love to take the course, but I want to wait until: my kids are grown, I can slow down at work, I'm retired...
The sad truth is, nearly 75% of young people, even those raised in religious homes, will leave the Church by the time they are 25 - well before many of us retire! Some of the most common reasons given for leaving one's faith behind include; perceived conflicts between faith and science, Christians behaving badly, a lack of evidence for the existence of God and difficulties with some of the Church's teachings.
Our sons and daughters need mentors who are "well-trained and animated by a sincere faith whose life has been touched by the personal and merciful love of Jesus Christ" (Pope Francis).
We are currently accepting applications for our fall in-take. For more information or to register, please contact our Program Coordinator, Eric Gurash, at 306.325.1651 ext 211 or email him at email@example.com.
Hope Heals - Adult Grief Group
Formerly Regina Palliative Care
Is someone you know suffering from a loss or struggling with their grief? We can help.
Phone 306-523-2781 to assess your group readiness and register.
Our counsellors can help you and your loved ones build hope and resiliency when dealing with grief following death, whether from illness, an accident, a traumatic event, or the loss of a missing person. Our programs and services are offered in a variety of ways and support all ages and backgrounds.
The Conexus Resource Library is a comprehensive lending library offering a variety of reading materials that can assist children and adults as they journey through their grief. It also offers resources about grief and bereavement for professionaIs, volunteers, educators and students. To borrow materials, please stop by 200-2150 Scarth St. Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. -4:30 pm.
Dear brothers and sisters in the Muslim community of Saskatchewan,
January 30, 2017
On behalf of the Catholic community, we wish to express our deep sorrow on recent tragic events in Quebec City, and to offer our condolences and prayers for your suffering community at this time. Earlier today, His Holiness Pope Francis, expressed his own prayers for those who were killed and injured in Quebec, as well as their families, asking the Lord to bring them comfort and consolation in the ordeal.
We stand together with you and leaders of all faith communities in condemning violence, particularly violence in the name of God, whose name is peace. Violence profanes the name of God. Such inconceivable violence violates both the sacredness of human life as well as the respect due to a community at prayer and its place of worship.
In his 2017 Message for Peace, Pope Francis says: “may we dedicate ourselves prayerfully and actively to banishing violence from our hearts, words, and deeds, to becoming nonviolent people and to building nonviolent communities that care for our common home. ‘Nothing is impossible if we turn to God in prayer. Everyone can be an artisan of peace.’”
We pray together with you that the God who is peace will bring you comfort and lead us together to walk in peace and solidarity. We are committed to working together with you, and all people of goodwill, towards peace, sharing in all efforts that unite us to our brothers and sisters of the Muslim faith.
In solidarity and peace,
The Catholic bishops of Saskatchewan
Archbishop Donald Bolen, Archdiocese of Regina
Archbishop Murray Chatlain, Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas
Bishop Bryan Bayda, Eparchy of Saskatoon
Bishop Albert Thévenot, Diocese of Prince Albert
Very Reverend Kevin McGee, Diocese of Saskatoon
The Archives page on the Archdiocesan website has obituaries of late priests of the Diocese. It goes back ten years, so if you are interested in checking it out, just click here: https:// archregina.sk.ca/archives-records/obituaries-priests.