Rev. DJ Vu

Director of Pastoral Care

1415 - 4th Ave West

Prince Albert, SK  S6V 5H1

Phone: 306-763-5658

Email: pastoralcare@padiocese.ca

Canadians for Conscience Campaign

 

Attached is a very important letter from our Bishop in support of the Catholic Bishops of Saskatchewan efforts to initiate a public campaign to protect the conscience rights of health care professionals. Please share this information with your parishioners and prepare for a parish response on February 24, 2019. As stated in the letter, if you need further details, please contact diocesan campaign coordinator, Gerald Wiegers at g.wiegers@sasktel.net.

Campaign to protect the conscience rights of health care professionals

Write the ministers - https://www.canadiansforconscience.ca/saskatchewan

Canadians for Conscience

This video from Canadians for Conscience presents short clips from health care professionals who speak about why they need conscience protection.

Video

You can also retweet and tag us on social media. 

 

Twitter: @Cdns4Conscience

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/canadiansforconscience/

Instagram: cdns4conscience

Dying Healed Report - from Denise Schmidt

of St. Joseph Calasanctius Parish in North Battleford.  (January 30, 2019)

**SHOWING AGAIN!!**

Fatal Flaws: Legalizing Assisted Death

“ This film is a must-see, regardless of one’s personal view about medical assisted death.”

 When:  February 19th, 2019        11:00 am – 2:00 pm

St Joseph Calasanctius Conference Room

Please bring a bagged lunch. Tea & coffee provided

               Fatal Flaws will also be shown:

February 19th, 2019        7:00 pm – 9:00pm

St Joseph Calasanctius Conference Room

Tea & coffee provided

For more information contact:

Denise 441-3338 Pastoral Care  “Servants of Hope”

A big thank you to St Joseph CWL for purchasing this film!

EVERYONE WELCOME

When Admitted to a Hospital...

Upon being admitted to the hospital, a processing person at the admission office should be asking if you would like spiritual care during your stay.

If this step is missed, a priest or a pastoral care minister from the Catholic community may be unaware that you would like a visit or would like to receive Holy Communion.

Please make sure the admission office has this information.