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Diocesan Study Day: “Religion, Faith and Society – the Future of Catholicism in Canada” - Dr. Angus Reid

Sociologist Dr. Angus Reid and MD, author and ethicist Sr. Nuala Kenny were welcomed by Bishop Mark Hagemoen at a diocesan Study Day Oct. 19 in Saskatoon. While there has been declining church attendance in recent decades, studies on faith, prayer and attitudes toward religion show that many retain a belief in God and a faith connection, contradicting the idea that religion is passé in our society, said Dr. Reid in his presentation. Sr. Kenny challenged listeners to reclaim their baptismal role of caring for the vulnerable in the face of legalized Medically Assisted Death.

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Bishops update national guidelines for preventing and dealing with abuse, Search retreat presents youth with new paradigm: God’s love, Study Day speakers reflect on future directions for Church and much more, Read it online, or download your copy.

Sr. Nuala Kenny, a paediatrician, educator, and author of "Rediscovering the Art of Dying – How Jesus’ Experience and Our Stories Reveal a New Vision of Compassionate Care" spoke at a diocesan Study Day Oct. 19 in Saskatoon, calling on Catholic faith communities to accompany the vulnerable -- including the sick, the suffering, the elderly, and the dying. Study Day also included a presentation by Dr. Angus Reid, Canadian sociologist and pollster

The Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon hosted an inaugural Season of Creation Akathist Prayer Service Sept. 19, 2018 in praise of God the Creator. Another upcoming public event 7:15 p.m. Nov. 29 at Congregation Agudas Israel will continue the conversation among a variety of faith representatives about "Spirited Environmental Action: Why? How? By Who?" 

My summer season in the Saskatoon Diocese continues to feature meeting diocesan and community groups, visiting parishes, and attending special summer devotional celebrations.

"I urge you to join me in prayer for the victims of sexual abuse, and to recommit ourselves to the protection of all vulnerable people in every situation....." - Bishop Mark Hagemoen

Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements

Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements, November 18, 2018, 33Rd Sunday In Ordinary Time, World Day Of The Poor
Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements, November 11, 2018, 32Nd Sunday In Ordinary Time, Remembrance Day
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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.

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