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Development and Peace

Diocese of Saskatoon continues work to prevent sexual abuse and misconduct

The diocese of Saskatoon is committed to ensuring that our parishes and events are safe for everyone. A long-standing Covenant of Care policy to prevent and deal with sexual abuse or misconduct is currently being revised and updated. “Our number one priority is to ensure a safe environment for everyone in our parishes and communities,” says Bishop Mark Hagemoen.

Call for Conscience Protection

An advocacy campaign is underway in our province, asking supporters to  call upon the provincial Minister of Health and Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) to provide robust conscience protection for healthcare professionals in Saskatchewan. Read More about it here: Call for Conscience Protection

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Bangladesh One Year Later

CCCB President Bishop Lionel Gendron, P.S.S., addressed a letter to Muslim communities to express condolences and offer the support of the Conference following the shooting that occurred yesterday, 14 March 2019, in two Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Statement from Tom Fortosky, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association about the Appeal of the decision in the Theodore case: (Click on headline to read complete statement).

Find a parish near you to attend for Lenten penitential celebrations and Easter liturgies: We are all welcome!

At the invitation of Archbishop Murray Chatlain of Keewatin-Le Pas, several young adults led by Face-to-Face Ministries travelled to Black Lake, SK in the Athabasca region of northern Saskatchewan, from Feb. 16 to 22, 2019, accompanied by Bishop Mark Hagemoen. Bishop Mark offers a report and reflection on that trip in this edition of the Bishop's Blog.

This year's New Evangelization Summit will be broadcast live to two locations in our diocese: Holy Family Cathedral, Saskatoon and St. Mary's Parish, Macklin. This is a FREE event Saturday, May 4 designed to inspire, to form and to connect Catholics striving to live as missionary disciples in our world. Register at: https://www.newevangelization.ca

Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements

Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements, March 17, 2019, Second Sunday Of Lent
Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements - March 10, 2019, First Sunday Of Lent
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Fr. Ron's Blog

With the aim of continuing to invest in the education of lay Catholics, the Diocese of Saskatoon has an Education of Laity Fund.

The Covenant of Care is a code of conduct designed to create safe and respectful church communities and healthy ministerial relationships, and to protect people from abuse and the harm that results. 

For Catholic spiritual care at Royal University Hospital and Saskatoon City Hospital, call Jacqueline Saretsky at 306-292-5531 or at 306-659-5839. For St. Paul's Hospital ask at the nursing desk, or call 655-5000 and ask them to page Spiritual Care. These Catholic chaplaincy services continue to be provided, thanks to donations.

Join any of the parishes for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

Do you:

You find yourself wanting a deeper relationship with God;
Your search for God is at a crossroad;
You want to explore new ways to pray or if prayer has become difficult;
You feel the need for someone to help in discerning the call of God for you;
You desire a companion on the spiritual journey.

Is your marriage or that of a relative or friend heading for divorce?

Do you know how to save that marriage?

God has chosen many ways to make Himself known to us. The Bible is God speaking in our lives in a special way. The Word of God is life-giving and grace-filled. When we gather to read, to study, to share and to pray the Word of God we are both enlightened and encouraged. 

Diocese of Saskatoon In Video

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