• WEEKLY BULLETIN – February 27, 2024 (Ferial)

    They do not practise what they teach. (Matthew 23, 1-12) FROM THE DIOCESE  Pastoral Appointment Reverend George Ryan Holly, diocesan administrator, announces the following appointment: Reverend Christopher SHALLA is appointed administrator of St. Andrew Parish, Killaloe and Our Lady of the Angels Parish, Brudenell, effective immediately. Mass of Chrism The

  • PRAYER – Deliverance Prayer, by Fr. Stephen J. Rossetti (AUDIO – mp3)

    Deliverance Prayer, by Fr. Stephen J. Rossetti Click here to listen and pray the deliverance prayer  Fr. Rossetti  is known for his work in spiritual renewal and exorcism. He has been an exorcist for the Archdiocese of Washington for over 15 years. Msgr. Rossetti is the President and Founder of

  • WEEKLY BULLETIN – February 21, 2024 (Ferial)

    This generation is an evil generation; it asks for a sign, but no sign will be given except the sign of Jonah. (Luke 11.29-32) FROM THE DIOCESE  Phone and Computer Disruptions Please note that there will be phone and computer disruptions at the Chancery Office on Thursday, February 22nd as

  • ARTICLE – The Growth of Saint Benedict Parish (Fr. James Mallon)

    James Mallon, a Canadian Catholic, served as the pastor of Saint Benedict Parish within the Archdiocese of Halifax, Canada. Thanks to his leadership, the parish underwent a remarkable transformation, evolving from an aging and declining community into a vibrant and flourishing one. Under his guidance, the once dwindling congregation experienced

  • WEEKLY BULLETIN – February 13, 2024 (Ferial)

    Beware of the yeast of the Pharisees and the yeast of Herod. (Mark 8.14-21) FROM THE DIOCESE  Family Day Please note that the Diocesan Offices will be closed on Monday, February 19th, and will reopen on Tuesday, February 20th at 8:30 a.m. Mass of Chrism The Mass of Chrism will

  • ARTICLE – Five Pillars of the Christian Life

    Christ calls believers to a universal mission: to spread God’s love in the world and the good news of salvation to the ends of the earth. Five life disciplines allow Christians to live in God and transmit the message of the Good News. Listen to the Word of God. This

  • WEEKLY BULLETIN – February 6, 2024 (St. Paul Miki and Companions, Martyrs)

    You abandon the commandment of God and hold to human tradition. (Mark 7.1-13) FROM THE DIOCESE  Healing Service with Eucharistic Adoration At Our Lady of Mercy Parish, 196 Bridge Street West, Bancroft, on Wednesday, February 21st from 7-8:15 p.m. Guest speaker: Father Réal Ouellette. All are welcome! Prayer for the

  • Indigenous Reconciliation Fund – 2024

    Update February 2, 2024 : Dioceses across Canada, in their continuing journey of seeking reconciliation with the Indigenous Peoples of what is now known as Canada, have voluntarily committed to contributing $30 million over five years innew funding to facilitate further reconciliation efforts. Dioceses have voluntarily committed to contributing these

  • ARTICLE – Encountering Christ: The Path to Transformation

    Evangelization is best understood as the process of leading individuals to encounter Christ. Nonetheless, we can ponder: what does it mean to encounter Christ, and how can we prompt this experience? Encountering Christ means having a personal experience of God’s love, grace, and presence. This encounter happens within the context

  • WEEKLY BULLETIN – January 30, 2024 (Ferial)

    “Little girl, get up!” (Mark 5.21-43) FROM THE DIOCESE  Healing Service with Eucharistic Adoration At Our Lady of Mercy Parish, 196 Bridge Street West, Bancroft, on Wednesday, February 21st from 7-8:15 p.m. Guest speaker: Father Réal Ouellette. All are welcome! Prayer for the Future Bishop of our Diocese Heavenly Father,