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Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

Schedule announced for visit of Pope Francis to Canada July 24-27 – diocese participation underway

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The Vatican has released additional details regarding the Papal Visit to Canada, July 24-29, 2022. View Schedule - LINK Pope Francis will visit a residential school site near Edmonton, as…

Indigenous Pastoral and Lay Leader Ministry Education begins again in fall: registration is now open

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The next round of four courses begins in September 2022, offered online from 4:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoons Introduction to First Nations Studies - Course #1 - Sept.…


Vocation discernment and faith formation for those on academic path to service in Church – 
Sts. Benedict and Scholastica Program – Information

Spiritual Motherhood of Priestsinvitation to women to an apostolate of prayer in our diocese: LINK

Spiritual care for those in hospital: Contact information

Intercessory Prayer Network – Monthly Prayers and/or Sign Up HERE

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Amen.On this Canada Day, we take time to particularly reflect on the realities currently gripping our country and society, especially pertaining to the tragedy of Residential Schools, and to all the other forms of terror faced by Indigenous peoples as a result of colonisation. We take a special time today to entrust our country, its needs, and the future paths of healing and reconciliation that are so needed, to the care and prayer of St. Joseph, in a special way this year. Let us not forget to pray for the well-being of all women and men living in our country and that we, as a nation, may work for peace and justice throughout the world.In a special way this year, marked with the tragic discovery of many unmarked childrens’ graves at Residential Schools, we take this day to reflect and ponder in a special way, as a Church and as a broader society, on the colonial realities that mark our nation’s history, and which continue to affect inequity and injustice for so many on this land. We pray especially for the grace of continued reconciliation with our Indigenous sisters and brothers, that we would continue to humbly walk with them in the path of healing and peace, on this land, Turtle Island, which was graciously gifted us by the Creator.Let us pray...Eternal God,whose reign extends from sea to seaand whose care endures throughout the ages,hear our prayers for our country:grant wisdom to our government leadersand respect for human life and dignity to every citizen,so that justice may flourishand all peoples live in unity and peace.We pray in a special way for the paths of healing and reconciliation which we continue to pursue with our Indigenous brothers and sisters. As a Church, we still have much to learn from Indigenous peoples, and far to go in the paths of penance and reconciliation. We pray that you would instil in us true humility, that we would authentically listen, and seek to learn from these our sisters and brothers, and walk with them on these paths of peace, healing, and reconciliation. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, Manitou, the Creator, for ever and ever.Amen#CanadaDay #Peace #OhCanada ... See MoreSee Less
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