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Asking the provincial government to protect conscience rights of health care professionals

With the passing of euthanasia/assisted suicide legislation in Canada, provinces are now implementing local protocols. We are encouraging all those concerned about this issue to respectfully contact the Saskatchewan Minister of Health and MLAs and ask for conscience protection for health care professionals. Parishes across the province will be offering opportunities to sign letters to provincial politicians on the Feb 23-24 weekend, or submit letters electronically, via www.canadiansforconscience.ca/saskatchewan

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

Give to Development and Peace: Caritas Canada

Bangladesh One Year Later

2019 Youth Synod: Let Your Voice Be Heard was held at E.D. Feehan High School, Saskatoon with youth leaders and Bishop Mark Hgemoen, Jan. 29-30.

A newsletter from the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Foundation, January 2019 edition. Share the Good News! Highlights: a look at the Catholic school division's Health & Sciences Academy, partnerships, and upcoming events.

The Dying Healed workshop teaches important issues about human suffering, human dignity and the power of human presence, as well as other end of life issues. For more information contact the diocesan Hospital Chaplaincy office (306) 659-5839.

"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, February 17Th, 2019, Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time
Diocesan Weekly Bulletin Announcements, February 6, 2019, Fifth Sunday In Ordinary Time
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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.

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. 

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