Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon

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Easter Message from Bishop Mark Hagemoen

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Holy Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Greetings Clergy, Religious, and Lay Faithful of the Diocese of Saskatoon: I wish you all a blessed Holy Week and Easter Season! We enter into…

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Please celebrate with us – we all are welcome! Mass times and worship during the Easter Triduum in parishes across our diocese: City Parish Schedule: CLICK HERE Rural Parish Schedule: CLICK HERE


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Images from the Way of the Cross through the streets of Saskatoon on Good Friday morning. The prayers at 14 stations were summed up in the final prayer of the bishops: "Let us pray: for all those who suffer – the hungry and the homeless, the deprived and the oppressed; for the sick, the wounded, the handicapped; for those in loneliness and fear; for those in confusion, doubt and despair; and for the sorrowful and the bereaved; for prisoners, and all at the point of death – that God's love will comfort and sustain them, and that we may be stirred up to minister to them. Faithful and compassionate God, the comfort of all who sorrow, the strength of all who suffer, hear the cry of all who call on You in pain or trouble, that they have the joy of receiving Your help in their need; and give us, we pray, the strength to serve them, through Jesus Christ Our Saviour. Amen." ... See MoreSee Less

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Bishop Mark Hagemoen washed the feet of parishioners during the Holy Thursday Mass of Our Lord's Supper at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, reflecting the Gospel reading from John 13:1-15 ... See MoreSee Less

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The 2019 Way of the Cross through the streets of Saskatoon April 19 will have nicer spring weather than the past three Good Fridays (photo from 2016). This year's outdoor prayer walk following the cross and reflecting at 14 Stations of the Cross begins at 9:45 a.m. from the courthouse on Spadina Cres. ... See MoreSee Less

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