November 20, Aboriginal Stream Lay Formation

November 20, Aboriginal Stream Lay Formation

Contemporary issues in the Catholic Church will be held on November 20. 

Bishop Gerry Wiesner will preside at mass at 1:00pm, presentation to follow.  There will be a separate children’s session. 

The day will run from 2:30pm-4:00pm at St. Michael’s Parish in Prince Albert (1505-13 St. West). 

Future sessions for those in the Aborignal stream will be:

  • December 18:Forgiveness: A matter of the heart by Sr.…

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Bishop Thévenot's letter re: Blessed Kateri

September 19, 2012


To all the faithful of the Diocese of Prince Albert,

Greetings of peace and joy to you as summer comes to an end and we begin preparations for the fall season!

On October 21st of this year, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha will be canonized as the first aboriginal saint of North America. This is no doubt, a great day of joy for the Church and for the First…

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Kateri Tekakwitha Art Contest

Kateri Tekakwitha Art Contest


The R.C Diocese of Prince Albert announces an art competition to celebrate the canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha on October 21, 2012. There will be four categories for prizes:

Elder – ($100)                                   Adult – ($100)           

Youth – 13 and older ($50)                 Child – under 13 ($50)

  • The artwork may use any media (paper, canvas, sculpture, birch bark, beadwork, cloth, quillwork, steel, etc.) and with any medium (pastels,…

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The Life of St. Kateri Tekakwitha

This year, on October 21st, Pope Benedict XVI will canonize Kateri Tekakwitha at a special ceremony in Rome that will formally acknowledge her sainthood.  St. Kateri will be the second native North American to be so canonized.  The first was Juan Diego, who received the vision of Our Lady of Guadalupe near what is now Mexico City in 1531—over a hundred years before Kateri was born.

Kateri Tekakwitha,…

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Kateri Tekakwitha Jamboree

Kateri Tekakwitha Jamboree

  

This year on October 21, Kateri Tekakwitha will be recognized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. This Mohawk woman who died in 1680 is the first aboriginal person in the United States or Canada to be recognized as a saint.

For her full story and other photos, visit the Adult Faith Education page: http://padiocese.ca/diocesan-programs19/adult-faith-education/414-the-life-of-st-kateri-tekakwitha.html

Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church, Sturgeon Lake First Nation, is taking the…

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Contacts

For general information about the Diocese of Prince Albert, please contact us at:
  info (@) padiocese.ca
 (306) 922-4747
 (306) 922-4754
 1415 - 4th Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK. S6V 5H1
Weekdays: 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm

 

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