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For National Volunteer Week 2018, Mrs Chantal Belleau, administrator of the Archdiocese , would like to thanks all the volunteers and administrative employees.

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Once again this year the Church in Canada has set aside one week (May 13 to 20th) as a special time for prayer and reflection on life and the family. 


Apostolic Exhortation "Gaudete et exsultate"

Publish on Monday April 9th 2018, the Apostolic Exhortation "Gaudete et exsultate".


Activities at La Maison Hôte from April 16th to 22rd

Intolerance. This, according to experts, was the main theme covered in Quebec media during 2017. 

“It has had an effect on all the news,” according to Jean-François Dumas, president of Influence Communication. In an interview, he commented that “in 2016, fear was the key theme in the media; in 2017, intolerance was the recurring theme in Quebec news.”
Intolerance. It fuels wars, gives rise to persecutions, holds onto grudges. It divides families, communities and peoples. It assaults, hurts and kills.

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Services schedule for Holy Week and Easter are available.



In Canada, the celebration of Easter, which coincides with the emergence of spring, is always filled with a sense of new life. As we begin to throw off our winter coats and boots, the days are becoming longer, the sun is getting warmer and new life abounds in the budding trees and the plants that are emerging from the ground.

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