Counselling services dedicated to foundress of Sisters of Our Lady of the Cross

Counselling services dedicated to foundress of Sisters of Our Lady of the Cross

PRINCE ALBERT - On June 25, the counselling services office of Catholic Family Services (CFS) in Prince Albert was re-named in honor of the foundress of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Cross, Adèle de Murinais. 

At the dedication celebration, executive director, Louis Zurowski explained the history of friendship with the sisters. 

During the summer of 2014, the office air conditioner ceased functioning, making office life unbearable…

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St. Theresa 91st Annual Pilgrimage in Wakaw

St. Theresa 91st Annual Pilgrimage in Wakaw

WAKAW, Sask. – This year’s pilgrimage saw new pilgrims of many ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Despite the misty, rainy weather, the St. Theresa annual pilgrimage in Wakaw on June 14 was considered to be a success. Each pilgrimage year brings its own special graces and blessings.

After the initial registration, a Way of the Cross outdoor procession set the tone for the entire pilgrimage. Participating with other pilgrims in this…

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May 23 & 24, Fr. Leo Patalinghug Cooks for the Prince Albert Diocese

May 23 & 24, Fr. Leo Patalinghug Cooks for the Prince Albert Diocese

PRINCE ALBERT – On the weekend of May 23-24, Fr. Leo Patalinghug, founder of Grace

Before Meals, brought couples, families, and teens closer together through food, faith, and

fun.

 

A Catholic priest from Baltimore, Maryland, he’s also an international conference speaker,

TV host, and chef. His book on the importance of family life, Grace Before Meals, was

written to bring families back around the supper table for meals. Backed…

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Young adults bring clean drinking water to Tanzania, Africa

Young adults bring clean drinking water to Tanzania, Africa

By Paula Fournier

 

On June 30, eight young adults and two parents from the Diocese of Prince Albert left Canada for a six week mission to bring clean drinking water to a community in need by building a windmill powered well through the Missionaries of the Precious Blood (CPPS) in Tanzania, Africa.

 

The CPPS Mission Projects is a charitable organization in Canada, dedicated to helping people in Tanzania…

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For general information about the Diocese of Prince Albert, please contact us at:
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 1415 - 4th Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK. S6V 5H1
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