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Fr. Jean Sans-Cartier passed away on November 6, 10:35 p.m., at the age of 71 years. In unity of prayers for the eternal rest of Fr. Jean Sans-Cartier. May Jesus welcome him with joy and peace.


The pope Vidéo : Peace. These are five letters that some people use as if it were the most normal thing in the world, while others haven't experienced peace in years. There are many places in the world where peace doesn't exist : for thousands of people who suffer its absence, it's only a dream. Rather than think about those five letters, let's think about what they mean. Let us pray and work to obtain true peace.

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The Royal Canadian Legion has invited faith groups across the country to take part in a unique remembrance initiative to mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of Armistice which ended the First World War. With this initiative, entitled Bells of Peace: A Remembrance of Those Who Served in the First World War, the Legion is inviting churches and houses of worship equipped with bells to toll them 100 times at sunset on November 11, 2018.




The most Reverend Lionel Gendron, P.S.S., Bishop of Saint-Jean-Longeuil and President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, along with members of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops-Canadian Rabbinic Caucus dialogue, wrote a letter to the Chairs of the Caucus offering condolences and support in response to the recent violence in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on 27 October 2018.

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The Assembly of Quebec Catholic Bishops reiterates its indignation and shame amidst the terrible tragedy of abuse of minors by members of the clergy and religious communities. The Bishops stand firmly for truth and call for justice to be served. 


The parish leaders who came together in June asked us to make sure that the synodal process would allow us to consult people outside of our church walls.  To do this, we have put in place a survey for the general public, which should help us get to know the opinions of those who wish to express themselves on the life of the Church.

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