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THE SISTERS OF THE PRESENTATION OF MARY
1405 BISHOP PASCAL PLACE
PRINCE ALBERT, SK
Notre œuvre est toute de Dieu; elle a été
Fondée uniquement pour sa gloire et
le salut du monde.
The heart of Jesus is the heart
of the Church. (Marie Rivier)
Welcome to all friends, clergy, collaborators, students, parents,
On December 13, 2021, we received a long awaited GOOD NEWS!
Pope Francis recognized the miraculous healing of Angel Marie Degamo, from the Philippines, obtained through the intercession of Marie Rivier.
Our Foundress Mother Marie Rivier is proclaimed SAINT by Pope Francis.
The canonization will take place on May 15, 2022 in Rome.
The celebrations will be Live-streamed on the Vatican Site.
Saturday, May 28, 2022, you are all invited to join the Sisters for a Prince Albert Diocesan Celebration for the Canonization of Marie Rivier to be held at Sacred Heart Cathedral at 11:00 am officiated by Bishop Stephen Hero.
Following the Eucharistic Celebration, a buffet lunch will be served in the basement of the Cathedral.
To honor our Foundress, a musical program will be held
at the auditorium of Bishop Pascal Place at 2:00 pm.
Please register with your parish secretary
or call the Sisters at (306)764-3445
by May 22, 2022
Sister Lise Paquette
Please mark your calendars for this special event.
Deacon Tai Le will be ordained on
Friday, June 10th, 2022 at 7 PM at
Sacred Heart Cathedral in Prince Albert.
Keep Deacon Tai in your prayers as he continues to prepare for priesthood and a life of service of God’s People.
A message from the Ukrainian Bishops of Canada (Link)
If you are looking for a way to support the people in Ukraine Donations for Ukraine can be sent to CNEWA
- Visit cnewa.org/ca/campaigns/ukraine
- Call 1-866-322-4441
- Send cheques to: CNEWA Canada, 223 Main Street, Box 80, Ottawa ON K1S 1C4
-or scan the QR code below
Canadian Bishops, Assembly of First Nations, Métis National Council, and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami Announce Rescheduled Dates for Rome Delegation
February 1, 2022 – The Canadian Catholic Bishops, Assembly of First Nations, Métis National Council, and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami are pleased to announce that the delegation to Rome to meet with Pope Francis, originally planned for December 2021, is now scheduled to take place at the end of March and early April of this year. In light of the rapid …
OPEN LETTER FROM THE CATHOLIC BIHSOPS OF SASKATCHEWAN TO CATHOLICS OF SASKATCHEWAN AND THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THIS LAND
Canadian Bishops Announce $30M National Financial Pledge to Support Healing and Reconciliation Initiatives
Link to CCCB
Statement of Apology by
the Catholic Bishops of Canada to
the Indigenous Peoples of This Land
Statement from the Executive Committee of the CCCB
on the upcoming federal elections:
"Voting: a duty, a gift, an opportunity”
The Executive Committee of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops encourages all Catholics in Canada to vote in the upcoming federal elections. In preparation, the faithful should reflect on their concerns and aspirations, familiarize themselves with the different party platforms, as well as with the candidates in their respective ridings, and come to a decision about whom to vote for with a free and informed conscience.
Statement from the Executive Committee
of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops regarding the Corporation for the Catholic Entities Party to the Indian Residential School Settlement
August 20, 2021
The Executive Committee of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) wishes to address recent reporting on the Corporation for the Catholic Entities Party to the Indian Residential School Settlement (CCEPIRSS). As a Committee, we have been profoundly saddened by the recent uncovering of unmarked burial sites and wish to play a meaningful role in the journey towards healing and reconciliation. This journey requires long-term commitment, but we are encouraged by recent progress, which includes the confirmation of a meeting between Pope Francis and a delegation of First Nations, Métis and Inuit survivors, knowledge keepers, and youth this December. ....to read the full letter
Statement from the Permanent Council of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops regarding the Saskatchewan “Catholic TRC Healing Response Appeal”
July 16, 2021
The Permanent Council of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) supports the Bishops of Saskatchewan as they announce a new province-wide Appeal for Support of Healing and Reconciliation with a particular focus on three funding priorities: healing and reconciliation, cemeteries on the sites of former residential schools, and education and cultural support. ...
“Catholic TRC Healing Response Appeal”
July 13, 2021
Dear Clergy, Religious and Lay Faithful of the Catholic Dioceses and Eparchy in Saskatchewan, Citizens of the Province of Saskatchewan:
Following our notification of July 3, 2021, we write to announce a new province-wide Appeal for Support of Healing and Reconciliation – sponsored by our dioceses and eparchy here in Saskatchewan. The overall goal of this campaign is to support Residential School survivors and their communities, and to engage more deeply in our own ongoing commitment and response to the Truth and Reconciliation process. ...
Proposed New 'APPEAL' For the support of Residential survivors and their Families and Communities
Letters from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB)
Following the 10 June 2021 announcement regarding the delegation of Indigenous people to meet with the Holy Father to foster meaningful encounters of dialogue and healing, the Catholic Bishops of Canada are pleased to announce that the delegation is scheduled to take place from 17-20 December 2021 in compliance with global travel restrictions...
A letter from the Catholic Bishops of Saskatchewan to First Nations, Metis and Inuit Communities, Families and Citizens regarding the location of unmarked graves at Cowesses First Nation
Theodore Supreme Court leave NOT GRANTED
Theodore court case update
On February 25, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed Good Spirit (Public) School Division’s application for leave to appeal the Theodore case to the Supreme Court of Canada. This means that the unanimous decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal that overturned the April 2017 trial decision stands. Good Spirit has exhausted their legal options, and the decision of the Appeal Court remains the law in Saskatchewan—which can be considered a victory for both religious and parental rights and freedoms.
Read the complete statement at https://opencatholiceducation.ca/for-media/
Background information on the Theodore case can be found at www.opencatholiceducation.ca