Lutherans and Catholics united in prayer - Christ the King Triduum - "The Poor open for us the way to heaven." - Interfaith panel at the Grand Seminary of Montreal - Pope addresses end-of-life issues - “Together in Mission“

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Lutherans and Catholics united in prayer

About 50 Catholics and Lutherans participated in a ceremony commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, held on November 18 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in downtown Montreal.

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Christ the King Triduum

Everyone is invited to a Triduum, November 24-26, as part of the Feast of Christ the King. Come and take part in the daily Masses, adoration and a prayer vigil animated by members of the Youth Ministry network!

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"The Poor open for us the way to heaven."

Pope Francis celebrated Mass on Sunday – the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time and the first-ever World Day of the Poor – in St. Peter’s Basilica.

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Interfaith panel at the Grand Seminary of Montreal

“The best way to overcome our fear of others, is to meet them, get to know them, and acknowledge them,” declared Archbishop Christian Lépine, on an interfaith panel on November 17, 2017.

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Pope addresses end-of-life issues

When faced with the new challenges that arise with regard to “end-of-life” issues, “the categorical imperative is to never abandon the sick” says Pope Francis.

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“Together in Mission“

In the keynote address for the Anglophone and Francophone catechetical conferences, Bishop Alain Faubert and Father Raymond Lafontaine gave a dynamic presentation on Missionary Conversion.

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Pope’s Prayer Intentions for November

 

 

Archbishop Lépine's Agenda

Follow the comings and goings of the Archbishop by reading his agenda!

 
 
 

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