Diocesan Bulletin Announcements for Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021 – First Sunday in Advent

Diocesan Bulletin 2-page summary PDF

* Diocesan Prayer Intention We pray as a diocesan family for all those suffering loss, experiencing struggles or coping with disaster. May a community of caring and support always come through to help.

 

Earthcare Connections (Prayer intentions from Farmland Legacies) –

  1. May we imitate Jesus’ kingship by caring for all creation. We pray to the Lord.
  2. As we begin a new church year, may we resolve to do all we can to protect our environment from abuse and degradation. We pray to the Lord.

 

New Announcements

 

Advent and Christmas Schedule – Parishes from across the diocese are planning their Advent and Christmas celebrations, including reconciliation services and opportunities for confession. Check with your local parish for details. Parishes have also been invited to share their schedules on the diocesan website, with collected information to be posted at https://rcdos.ca/advent-christmas-schedule/ as submitted to the diocesan communications office. (communications@rcdos.ca)

* Bishop Jon Hansen’s photo calendars are once again for sale in support of ministries in the northern Diocese of Mackenzie-Fort Smith. The 2022 calendar, featuring stunning photography by Bishop Hansen, CSsR, can be purchased at St. Mary Parish, 211 Ave O S, Saskatoon for $20 each. Phone (306) 244-2986 or email stmarysrectory@sasktel.net All proceeds go to support the diocese of Mackenzie-Fort Smith.

 

* St. Nicholas Day family event –  Host Family Saskatchewan is hosting a free family event from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Dec. 6, the Feast of St. Nicholas, featuring music, a magician, and munchies at LB Distilleries in Saskatoon, including Christmas baking, charcuterie platters from Prairie Grazer, and a visit from Santa Claus himself. Throughout the event, we’ll be celebrating our first few Host Family matches in the province as well as providing information for those interested in becoming a Host Family or a Home Sharer. Seats are limited – register at:https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/208828590937 or by e-mailing hostfamilysask@christian-horizons.org This event is hosted by Christian Horizons is a non-profit, faith-based charitable organization that serves those with exceptional needs. We are currently seeking individuals and/or families to participate in our Host Family Program in your area. The Host Family Program looks to create belonging by facilitating family-like relationships between people who experience disabilities and another person or family who would like to integrate them into their household. For more information, please contact Chantal Marsolais, Host Family Coordinator, at (306) 945-2070| cmarsolais@christianhorizons.net. Or Kimberly Fehr at (306) 281-6083 kimfehr@christian-horizons.org.

 

* Nativity sets – Knights of Columbus of Saskatoon Council 8215 members are again promoting the message “Keep Christ in Christmas” by offering for sale a weather-proof wooden Nativity set. Made from ½-inch plywood, paint ready, these are made by a high-tech router lathe with little or no waste from a 4 x 8 sheet of plywood. The council is now taking orders and payment of $85 each. Each wood set will be accompanied with a fridge/car magnet. Shipment from Saskatoon can be arranged. The plywood set measures about 4 feet high and wide. Place an order by text message, by calling or e-mailing Garry Maier (306) 221-5893;  garrymaier@shaw.ca.

 

* Marian Movement of Priests Cenacle includes adoration, the rosary, benediction, hymns and various prayers, 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2 at St. Michael Catholic Church, #18-33rd St. E., Saskatoon. A Diocesan Cenacle of Prayer will also be held at 3 pm. Wednesday, Dec. 8 at St. Paul Co-Cathedral, 720 Spadina Crescent, Saskatoon. Info: (306) 382-1680

 

Christmas Novena of Masses – The Filipino Catholic Community invites all to participate in “Simbang Gabi” celebrated at different Saskatoon parishes each evening from Dec. 15 to Dec. 23, 2021. All are welcome. (Everyone is encouraged to bring non-perishable food items. Donations will be sent to people in the Philippines greatly affected by the pandemic.). Please be advised that the schedule and/or settings might change, depending upon COVID-19 restrictions, etc. SCHEDULE:

  • 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15 – Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon (Nine straight Novena Masses will be offered in this church)
  • 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16 – St. Mary, 211 Avenue O S., Saskatoon
  • 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 17 – Holy Spirit, 114 Kingsmere Place, Saskatoon
  • 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18 – Saint Anne, 217 Lenore Drive, Saskatoon
  • 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 19 – St. Paul Co-Cathedral, 720 Spadina Cres., Saskatoon
  • 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 20 – St. Peter the Apostle, 1121 Northumberland Ave., Saskatoon
  • 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21 – Our Lady of Lourdes, 1235-12th Street E.Saskatoon
  • 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 22 – St. Francis Xavier, 222 Willow Street, Saskatoon
  • 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 23 – St. Patrick, 3339 Centennial Drive, Saskatoon (Nine straight Novena Masses will be offered in this church)

 

* E.D. Feehan Catholic High School raising funds to save refugee family – Staff and students at E.D. Feehan in Saskatoon are working to raise funds to sponsor a refugee family who are running for their lives after an extremist organization took power in their home country. The brother and sister-in-law of an E.D. Feehan student had their lives threatened, and have fled to a neighbouring country with their two young children, ages 7 and 5. Efforts are now underway to sponsor the family to come to Canada as refugees. Find more information on the Catholic Saskatoon News page: news.rcdos.ca or to donate to the E.D. Feehan effort go to the Go Fund Me page at: www.gofundme.com/f/refugeeYXE. For more information about refugee sponsorship, please e-mail the diocesan Office of Migration: migration@rcdos.ca

* The Hope for Malawi Charity,  based in Saskatoon, is one of the organizations featured on the “24 Good Deeds” Advent Calendar, available from: https://www.24gooddeeds.ca either as a printed item or an e-mail subscription. “Behind every door there’s a designated project that is made possible by your donation of at least $24.” You can also find out more about Hope For Malawi on their website: http://www.hopeformalawi.com

 

* Bishop’s Annual Appeal 2021 – God is Doing New Things!

If you have not yet made your 2021 Bishop’s Appeal gift, please join your fellow parishioners and make a gift today. Making an online gift is secure and straightforward. You can also return your gift form to the Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation using the business reply envelope that was included with your personalized letter (to Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon, S7S 1H1). Gift forms can also be downloaded from the Catholic Foundation at www.dscf.ca/baa. You can also learn more about the ministries supported by your gifts to the BAA, view videos, and/or make your gift online at: https://dscf.ca/baa. Thank you for your faithful support of the ministries and outreach provided in our diocese through the Bishop’s Annual Appeal! Every gift is appreciated, and every gift has value! 

BAA prayer intentions Nov. 27-28

  • For families, especially those suffering from division, that they find the courage to reach out to our parishes and diocesan ministry offices for healing and support; let us pray to the Lord:
  • For missionaries and evangelizers, for teachers and preachers, and for all who proclaim the Gospel with their labour, let us pray to the Lord:

 

* Synod on a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, Mission – Pope Francis has called for a world-wide Synod on synodality, with input at the local level to be gathered between now and May 2022, before the Synod continues at a regional, national and global level. Parishes across the diocese of Saskatoon will be invited to inaugurate the Synod in our local faith communities during celebration of Mass on the First Sunday of Advent, Nov. 27-28. An introductory Online Synod Workshop will be held via Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 1 for pastors, parish leaders and all those interested. This will be a chance to hear more about the Synod and how it might possibly unfold in our diocese, to ask questions and to share ideas. Find registration link and more information about the Synod at: https://rcdos.ca/synod

 

* Giving Tuesday Chili Cookoff – Local Catholic high school students are preparing their recipes for chili, with a panel of judges ready to taste the results on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 30. Buy a virtual bowl of chili to “cast your vote” for a particular high school, with proceeds benefitting three causes: the Saskatoon Friendship Inn (https://friendshipinn.ca), the Catholic TRC Healing Response (dscf.ca/catholic-trc-healing-response), and the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Foundation. (https://foundation.gscs.ca). Visit the Giving Tuesday Chili Cookoff website at https://dscf.ca/givingtuesdaychili/ for more information about this event (jointly organized by the Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, sponsored by Prairie Meats).

 

 

* CFS Saskatoon Celebrates 80 Years – CFS Saskatoon (Catholic Family Services) this year marks 80 years of “Growing a Healthy Community.” Visit their website to find more information about CFS Saskatoon and the counselling services and group programs that they offer: https://www.cfssaskatoon.sk.ca

 

* Farewell to the Redemptorists – The Redemptorist order is leaving St. Mary Parish in Saskatoon after more than 86 years of service, witness, and sharing of the Redemptorist spirit in our diocese in so many ways. Bishop Mark Hagemoen will join Fr. Mark Miller, CSsR, Fr. Alfredo Medina Ramos, CSsR, and Fr. Kevin McGee for celebration of Mass at 11 am Sunday, Dec. 5 at St. Mary Church, 211 Avenue O S., Saskatoon to bid farewell, express thanks and mark this historic transition. The Mass will be live-streamed on the Saskatoon Mass website at https://saskatoonmass.com as well as on the diocesan YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese  (Please note that because of COVID-19 safety precautions, the Redemptorists have asked that there be no luncheon or gathering in the hall after the Mass.)

Read about the history of St. Mary Parish and the Redemptorist presence in the community on the parish website: https://www.stmaryssaskatoon.org/history

 

Previous Announcements

 

Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Online Gala Extended Link – So far 118 groups and individuals have watched the speakers and entertainment from the “Beauty From Ashes Gala” evening. Many people are still asking to watch the gala so an extended link has been created for people to access the event, found online at: https://vimeo.com/632393856. To find out more about Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Centre, or ways to donate, call (306) 665-7550 or e-mail contact@saskatoonpregnancyoptions.com or mail the Saskatoon Pregnancy Centre at 107-2543 Dudley Street, Saskatoon, SK, S7M 5V3. More information can also be found on the website: https://www.saskatoonpregnancy.com

 

Volunteers are needed for The Salvation Army Kettle” Ring the Bell” Campaign

For over 135 years, The Salvation Army has provided hope and dignity to people in need through the generosity of volunteers and donors. The local Salvation Army is actively searching for volunteers to help with the Christmas Kettle “Ring the Bell” Campaign this year. By participating in the Christmas kettle campaign, you make a valuable difference in our community, helping to raise funds for Christmas hampers and toys, bringing some needed relief to friends and neighbours in Saskatoon. Many people have been impacted by Covid-19, and need that extra help this year. Without the help of volunteers and the community, the Salvation Army can’t raise these essential funds. (Please note: All “Ring the Bell” volunteers must be doubly vaccinated and need to provide proof through mail or in- person.). To volunteer please contact info@salvationarmysaskatoon.org or call (639) 384-2212. For more info about The Salvation Army Saskatoon see the website: https://www.salvationarmysaskatoon.org

 

St. Philip Neri Parish Fair Trade sale for refugee sponsorships –

Level Ground products: coffee 300g, $12, Bean or Ground (Columbia; French Roast; East Africa Ethiopia; Peru; Andes Mountains; Bright Roast; decaf); tea bags 60g, $8 (black, green); loose leaf tea (black, green, earl grey, chai) 70g, $6; dried fruit 90-130g, $6 (mango, pineapple, banana, dragon fruit, cacao nibs); organic cane sugar 500g, $7.  

Camino products: chocolate bars, $5 plus GST (milk chocolate, dark, bittersweet dark, intensely dark, dark chocolate and almonds, almonds and sea salt, orange dark, raspberry dark, salted caramel crunch, coconut milk, nightfall dark); hot chocolate powder 336g, $8 (milk, dark); vegan non-dairy hot chocolate 336g, $8 (simply dark, chili and spice, intensely dark, maple); baking cocoa powder 224g, $8; shredded coconut 200g, $6.

Items must be pre-ordered by 4 p.m. Dec. 5; e-mail sheila.flory@usask.ca or phone Sheila at 306-931-8053. Orders will be ready to pick up on Dec 18 between 10 am and 2 pm in the welcome area of St. Philip Neri church (corner of Taylor St. and Munroe Ave.,  Saskatoon). Please specify a half-hour time slot or one will be assigned.

 

 

* Employment Opportunity – Director of Administration and Finance at the Catholic Pastoral Centre, Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon (permanent, full-time).

Description: The Catholic Pastoral Centre (CPC) at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon, is seeking a Director of Administration and Finance as part of the leadership team reporting directly to the Bishop. This position is responsible for providing overall strategic leadership to the administrative and financial service portfolio including Financial Services, Human Resources, Communications, Safeguarding, Information Technology, Building and Maintenance, and Migration Services. Qualifications:

  • Supports and is personally committed to the identity and mission of the Diocese
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce or a business-related field with a preference for an advanced degree in business administration or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • A Chartered Professional Accountant designation (CPA) is required
  • A Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) is an asset
  • 7-10 years of experience in financial management, human resource management and change management with experience in leading and coaching a diverse group of employees.
  • Experience in IT and property/contract management is an asset.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resumé to vtowriss@rcdos.ca by 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, 2021.

 

* DEADLINE EXTENDED – Employment opportunities: Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish (IHMP), which serves the communities of Martensville, Warman and area is seeking a part-time Office Manager and a part-time Youth Minister. Deadline to apply for either of these two positions is extended to 5 p.m. Dec. 3; send cover letter and resumé to Alicia at ihmp@rcdos.ca. For more information or detailed job descriptions, please call (306) 931-3111 or see the postings at https://rcdos.ca/employment

  1. The Office Manager, reporting to the pastor of IHMP, is responsible for the general operation of the parish office in collaboration with volunteers and parish groups. As a key support position to the pastor, the Office Manager helps animate Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish’s mission to ‘Encounter, Empower & Evangelize. This is a part-time position (20 hours per week) including office hours three mornings per week and flex-time, including attending monthly evening meetings.

Duties include:

  • Answering phones/emails/in-person inquiries
  • Managing pastor’s appointments
  • Picking up and distributing parish mail
  • Processing Mass intentions
  • Maintaining parishioner records/statistics (i.e., parish list, sacramental records etc.)
  • Purchasing supplies (office, liturgical, custodial)
  • Scheduling & maintaining the church/hall/meeting room calendar
  • Maintaining rectory assets and providing for rectory maintenance
  • Overseeing weekly print & web communications, advertising and marketing for the parish.

Job specification:

  • Confirmed practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church
  • Post-secondary credential in business and/or office administration
  • Three to five years of administrative assistant experience
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Strong inter-personal skills
  • Proficiency in: Word, Excel and Publisher
  • Proficiency with website hosting platforms: preferably ParishPal
  1. The Youth Minister reporting to the pastor of IHMP, ministers in collaboration with parish staff and with the support of the Youth Council to provide for the needs of youth, students, and families in accordance with the parish mission. This is a part-time position (20 hours per week, core-time hours Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday mornings, in addition to evenings and weekends).

Areas of responsibility:

  • lead and oversee two youth groups offered 1-2 times monthly
  • school and classroom ministry at two elementary schools (Ecole Holy Mary & Holy Trinity Catholic schools)
  • accompany youth to additional, external youth/community events
  • presence at Sunday Mass

Job specification:

  • Confirmed practising Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.
  • Relevant University Degree and/or combination of education and experience.
  • Relevant certificate (e.g WCACYM)
  • Public speaking ability
  • Access to transportation
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Power Point and various forms of digital and social media.

Competency and skills: “people skills,” computer/technical expertise, organizational ability, oral/written communication, innovation/creativity, leadership, collaboration, .

 

Virtual Bottle Drive for the Catholic TRC Healing Response– You can now support our diocese’s “Catholic TRC Healing Response’ fund for residential school survivors and their communities by using the “Drop and Donate” feature at Sarcan depots in Saskatoon. When bringing bottles to the Sarcan facility, use the phrase “TRC” to direct monies to the fund-raising project via the Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation. Learn more about Sarcan’s Drop and Go program at https://www.sarcan.ca/pages/about_drop__go.html and/or find more information about the Catholic TRC Healing Response (including a secure online donation form) at: https://dscf.ca/catholic-trc-healing-response/

 

Year of the Family – On 19 March 2021, Pope Francis launched an initiative to mark the fifth anniversary of the apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (On the Beauty and Joy of Love in the Family), which will close on 26 June 2022 with the 10th World Meeting of Families in Rome on the theme “Family Love: A Vocation and a Path to Holiness.” Resources on the CCCB webpage seek to help families to grow in faith and unity, offering ways for them to learn, pray, and discern together:  In English: https://www.cccb.ca/faith-moral-issues/family-and-life/celebrating-the-amoris-laetitia-family-year/  French: https://www.cccb.ca/fr/foi-et-questions-morales/famille-et-vie/celebrons-lannee-de-la-famille-amoris-laetitia/

 

* Prison Ministry – The diocesan Restorative Ministry Office is seeking donations of men’s parkas / winter coats, size large, extra large and up, for men leaving the Correctional Centre. As well, plans are already underway for Christmas outreach at the Correctional Centre – monetary donations are requested to assist the Restorative Ministry Office in purchasing small, identical treats for each person incarcerated at the Correctional Centre, to let them know that they are not forgotten during this joyful time celebrating the birth of Our Lord and Saviour into our world. Finally, volunteers are needed to assist in providing prayer and worship at the prison – training and orientation will be provided. (Please note that the Correctional Centre requires that volunteers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19). Contact Dianne Anderson at danderson@rcdos.ca for more information. Donations of winter coats and/or Christmas monetary donations can be dropped off / sent to the Catholic Pastoral Centre, 2nd floor of the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon, SK (attention Dianne Anderson, Office of Restorative Ministry) – or make an online monetary gift to “Restorative (Prison) Ministry Christmas Gift” by selecting that drop-down line at: https://dscf.ca/designated-ministry-support/  [Restorative Ministry is supported by gifts to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal.]

 

“ ‘When did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? And when did we see you sick or in prison and visit you?’ And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these, you did it to me.’ ” – Matthew 25:38-40

 

 

The CWL Clothing Depot is requesting donations of NEW items for its annual Christmas Sale.  Needed new items are toys, socks, underwear, gloves, toques, sheets, comforters, towels, jewellery, health and beauty items, household items and individually wrapped candy. Donations help those who are struggling to make ends meet , giving them a joyous opportunity to shop for Christmas gifts for their loved ones.  Parents can choose toys and gifts at an affordable price, enjoying the freedom and dignity of making their own purchases; while children with only a few coins can buy a gift for their loved ones. The sale starts Nov. 12 and runs until Dec. 23 with donations accepted immediately. Items can be dropped off between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Monday to Friday at 619-20th Street West, Saskatoon (alley entrance, behind Friendship Inn).Please ring the back doorbell when delivering items.

 

Pilgrim Journeys Ralph Leo Kleiter Memoir– A Post Vatican II Ministry of Discovering the Sacred with Parish and Travel Pilgrims. Reserve your copy of the book – a volume of 478 Pages and 125 coloured photos with “behind-the-scenes” accounts of where Fr. Ralph served and travelled. Access the order form online at: https://bit.ly/3pIxZ3t or contact rkleiter@rcdos.ca or (306) 262-4120. https://form.jotform.com/212916503419050

 

* The Schools Win Twice Lottery – The deadline to purchase tickets is approaching! Support Catholic education in our community through this Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools (GSCS) Foundation lottery, which is now online with 8 great prizes to be won, plus there is an added 50/50 drraw. Local Catholic schools will “win twice” by receiving 50 per cent of the proceeds from their prize lottery ticket sales and by having the opportunity to apply for grants in support of their schools. Draws will be made Dec. 1. Please consider purchasing tickets and ask your family and friends as well. Local Catholic Schools and their students will directly benefit by your support and you could win big: https://schoolswintwice.ca

 

 

* Catholic TRC Healing Response – Bishop Mark Hagemoen recently provided an update about diocesan fund-raising efforts to support healing and reconciliation initiatives for residential school survivors and their communities. Funds raised will be part of a national $30-million fund-raising pledge announced Sept. 27, 2021 by the Catholic bishops of Canada, following their apology to the Indigenous Peoples of this land. Find Bishop Hagemoen’s message, learn more, and/or make a gift at: https://dscf.ca/catholic-trc-healing-response/

 

Scam Alert – Please be aware that fraudulent messages continue to circulate via e-mail, as well as via text and message apps, allegedly coming from our priests, bishop, or others in the Catholic community, asking for money, gift cards, or other gifts. Please DISREGARD all such messages! Do NOT reply or engage with the individuals sending these messages. The e-mail addresses typically look like they could be real (using names, titles, etc.). These messages may ask if you are busy, ask for a favour, and/or then directly ask for iTunes gift cards or funds. Do NOT send gift cards, money, or cash transfers if requested to do so over e-mail or via text message. If you receive messages asking for help like this from our bishops or priests or other leaders, either contact their offices directly to check whether the messages are authentic, or just ignore. If you are the victim of fraud, contact your local police or RCMP office.

 

 

Queen’s House Retreat and Renewal Centre welcomes you!

Queen’s House programming combines in-person and online events using Zoom. For inquiries contact Sarah Donnelly, Programming Director: (306) 242-1916  (x 226);

Address: 601 Taylor Street W, Saskatoon • Phone: 306-242-1916 • E-mail: programming@queenshouse.org.

 

We are requesting that all those participating in our in-person programs wear a mask and be fully vaccinated. Thank you for helping us to keep everyone as healthy as possible. (Please note that many of Queen’s House programs are also offered on Zoom, welcoming as many participants as possible to upcoming retreats, workshops and gatherings.)

 

Centring Prayer – All are welcome to gather in-person at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor St. W., Saskatoon, or virtually on Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Monday evenings for centring prayer. Fr. Paul Fachet, OMI will provide leadership and guidance for these gatherings. Register: https://qh.retreatportal.com/events/f?p=EVENTS:1  or call (306) 242-1916. No fee – donations to Queen’s House are welcome.

 

Knights of Columbus Brothers’ Keepers Breakfasts are held on the second Tuesday of each month from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m., with the next breakfast Dec. 14, held at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor. St. W, Saskatoon. Contact Brendan Bitz at Queen’s House for additional details: (306) 242-1916 (Extension 225).

 

* Advent Longings – an Advent Retreat with Sr. Teresita Kambeitz OSU will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon Saturday, Dec. 4 in-person at Queen’s House and online on Zoom. To register, call (306) 242-1916.

 

* A Quiet Directed Retreat for those Affected by Separation or Divorce will be held from 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, in-person at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor St. W., Saskatoon (live-in or commute), facilitated by Madeline and Peter Oliver, Olive Branch Ministry. “Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew: 11:28) Holidays are difficult for anyone who has experienced separation or divorce. If you belong to a family that struggles with the experience of separation or divorce OR if marital conflict has led to a separation or divorce, this retreat offers support, encouragement, and a time to lean into the promises of comfort offered to us by God. For registration or for further details call (306) 361-9318.

 

Spiritual Direction – If you are interested in having a mentor and companion to accompany you on your spiritual journey contact Sr. Adeline Behm: (306) 242-1916 x228 or spiritualdirection@queenshouse.org or visit http://www.queenshouse.org/?page_id=463 to see a list of affiliated spiritual directors. In-person and online meetings are available.

Queen’s House 3rd Annual Snowball Fling Lottery – A winner is drawn each December day during Advent!  Monday – Friday winners are awarded $150 daily.  Saturday and Sunday winners are awarded $225. A special Mazenod Oblate Feast Day draw on Dec. 8, 2021 will award $1,000. On Dec. 25, the 50/50 winner will be awarded. Find more information at https://www.queenshouse.org/?page_id=7528

 

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