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The Holy See
"The Holy See, Official website of the Vatican"

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

Diocese of Saskatoon

Diocese of Prince Albert

Archdiocese of Regina

Archdiocese of Saint Boniface

Archdiocese of Winnipeg

Diocese of Churchill - Hudson Bay (OMI website)

COLF - Catholic Organization for Life and Family

Christopher Leadership Courses


Marriage Encounter

Knights of Columbus
Charlebois Council 2704 - The Pas -

Ron Rolheiser's Writings on Suicide
Rolheiser's column touches on many issues connected with spirituality and our relationship with God. Each year, he writes one column on suicide, which he says is the single most gratifying pieces of work he does because of the feedback he receives from people who have lost loved ones and are grateful for the hope and consolation that his column has provided them..

INFO  Lacombe News Letter  OMI Lacombe Canada was constituted as a province on December 8, 2003.   The Missionary Oblates were founded in 1816 by Saint Eugene de Mazenod, Our motto is, "He has sent me to bring the Good News to the poor [...]. The Good News is proclaimed to the poor" (Luke 4:18; Matthew 11:5).

Queen's House - Retreat & Renewal Center
A gathering place and oasis in an ever changing world. Nestled in a quiet corner of Saskatoon on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River.

Catholic Missions in Canada  UPDATED
Catholic Missions In Canada supports 25 Dioceses and Eparchies all across Canada and only in Canada. It assists smaller communities with Building & Repairs, Support of Missionaries, Lay Pastoral Leadership Formation, the Education of Seminarians, and the Education of Children & Youth.                                        

Stories from the Missions
Hear the inspiring stories of our missionary priests, religious and laity as they help spread the word of God in missions across our land: from celebrating the Eucharist to teaching catechism to preparing children and youth for the sacraments to ministering to the sick and the elderly.

Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan
The Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan is committed to the healing and caring ministry of Jesus Christ. Under the ownership / sponsorship of the Bishops of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Catholic Health Corporation), the Ministry supports Catholic health institutions across the province

Catholic World News
Catholic World News is an independent Catholic news service staffed by lay Catholic journalists, dedicated to providing accurate world news, written from a distinctively Catholic perspective.

The Alpha Course
The Alpha Course..... an opportunity to explore the meaning of life.
The Alpha course is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith and ask their questions in a relaxed, non-threatening environment over 10 thought-provoking weekly sessions. Learn more about the Alpha Basics and then join us on a journey of discovery.

Resource Links - (OMI Assumption Province)
Homilies,  Theological Research, Catholic Directory 

Natural Family Planning Association
Contact person in Manitoba is Marilyn Jackson, 
Flin Flon, MB  at (204) 687-3616

Statistical history about our Diocese:(External Link)

Tapestry on CBC                                           Podcasts(downloadable the podcasts)
Tapestry is a weekly exploration of spirituality, religion and the search for meaning.
Tune in for an engaging, provocative and unexpected hour of radio: an hour in which rabbis and poets get equal time on the topic of faith, science-fiction writers and physicist-priests ponder the great creation myths, athletes explore the hero's journey as a spiritual metaphor, and architects examine the idea of space for the soul.

Ronald Rolheiser
A Roman Catholic priest and member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. His books are popular throughout the English-speaking world and his weekly column is carried by more than fifty newspapers worldwide.  Check this website weekly for Rolheiser's latest columns.

"Children Learn What They Live" 
If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn
If they live with hostility, they learn to fight
If they live with ridicule, they learn to be shy
If they live with shame, they learn to feel guilty
If they live with tolerance, they learn to be patient
If they live with encouragement, they learn to have confidence
If they live with praise, they learn to appreciate
If they live with fairness, they learn what justice is
If they live with security, they learn to trust
If they live with approval, they learn to like themselves
If they live with acceptance and friendship, 
They learn to find love and God in the world. (Anon)


The first diocese in North America, with Francois de Laval as the first bishop


St. Therese of Avila had a saying,
"Its heaven all the way to heaven; its hell all the way to hell."

"The human heart refuses to believe in a universe without purpose." -- Immanuel Kant

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