Archdiocese of Regina Weekly Report - February 26, 2021
Archdiocese of Regina
Friday, February 26, 2021
Supreme Court of Canada Dismisses Theodore Case Appeal
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed the application of the public Good Spirit School Division's leave to appeal. This decision confirms the unanimous decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal in March of last year, which sought to limit funding for those who attend Catholic schools in the province while lacking a Catholic certificate of baptism...
Greetings from Bishop Don for the Second Week of Lent
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ in the Archdiocese, and all tuning in for this message for the second week of Lent, warm greetings.
Thankfully, our polar vortex is behind us now. The word Lent comes from the old English word ‘Lenten’, which means Spring. In this province Spring comes slowly, and that serves as a good metaphor for Lent, and the slow transformation of ourselves into people of the Kingdom...
Please keep our Vicar General, Fr. Lorne Crozon in your prayers. While he is in hospital experiencing some medical issues, we pray for his healing and comfort and that God may bless the skills of the health care professionals looking after him.
Trinity Manor: Creating a Community Life Based on the Love of God
By Alison Bradish
In 2019 Trinity Manor opened its doors in the Westerra development in Regina. The facility was designed as a state-of-the-art personal care and independent living residence. Part of Emmanuel Care, a group of Catholic health care facilities in Saskatchewan, Trinity Manor is focused on the care of the whole person. Sr. Emelyn Rosento is part of that mission...
Lent Retreats, in Fre
The Francophone Inter diocesan Pastoral Council of Saskatchewan (CPFIS) announces two opportunities to participate in Lent Retreats in French, online.
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Opinion: Churches Working to Help in COVID-19 Fight, but Need Common Sense From Government
By Brett Salkeld
To any person who goes to church Sunday morning these days after shopping Saturday afternoon, the dramatic difference between the safety protocols observed at the grocery store or pharmacy and those observed at the church is jarring. There have been times when I have gotten home from the store thinking, if I get COVID, I’m pretty sure that trip was where I got it...
Passengers: A Small Town Priest Faces Uncertainty
By Brandon Harder - LeaderPost
As Saskatchewan navigates the pandemic, the Leader-Post offers a view through the eyes of people on the journey, in 350 words or less. The third of five in a new series by Brandon Harder, today’s entry comes from Parker Love, interviewed in July...
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