Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

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Message from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops for the 2019 National March for Life

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In communion with the Holy Father,  the Bishops of Canada support the sanctity of life The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), in profound unison with Pope Francis, affirms that…

Stewardship Conference in Saskatoon – June 6-8

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Everyone is welcome to attend this inspiring and informative conference to be held in Saskatoon June 6-8, sponsored by the Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation and the Roman Catholic Diocese…
  • Bishop’s Dinner – Friday, May 10 – Fine dining in support of youth  ministry CLICK HERE
  • “New Evangelization Summit”
    Free event Saturday, May 4 in Macklin and Saskatoon Register Here
  • Breathe new life into your marriage: mark your calendar for a Catholic Marriage Conference to be held this September in Saskatoon: CONFERENCE

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Wed 22

Living Rosary

May 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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This is an opportunity for us to step up and invest more into much-needed palliative care!Even with a new hospice, the St. Paul's Hospital Palliative Care Unit will remain in full operation. That's why our Close to Home Campaign for Hospice and End-of-Life Care includes renovations to the unit. Read more: bit.ly/2GJXniB ... See MoreSee Less

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Confirmation and First Holy Communion celebrated at St. Augustine Parish in Saskatoon, with Fr. Kevin and Bishop Mark ... See MoreSee Less

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This type of email scam has also been happening in our diocese. Be vigilant!Please be aware that some emails are being sent from scammers claiming to be some of our priests and office staff. Names are being pulled from parish and diocesan websites to create fake email (often Gmail) accounts. There have also been fake text messages being sent.

You will notice the email address may have some correct info, though in an unfamiliar form with additional characters, numbers or periods. Most will ask you to contact them or send information.

Please do not reply to any suspicious emails. If you are in doubt, contact the person the email is claiming to be from using an alternate contact method (do not reply to the suspicious email).

Also note: At no time will our priests, deacons, religious or diocesan staff contact you seeking Google Play cards, iTunes cards or any other form of personal financial assistance.
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