The synodal process of the Archdiocese of Gatineau is now in the second of three stages: a time of collective discernment. After our Lenten time of prayer, it is now time for us to come together once again. The parishes in the diocese have taken stock of their strengths, weaknesses, and challenges. Together, we have prioritized the challenges which we need to address. Now, it is time for us to set out a collective vision of how we can move forward.
According to local authorities, the flooding in the National Capital Region region has reached its peak. We can be relieved at this news, however, we know that the water will recede very slowly and can still be affected by the weather. Furthermore, it is expected that the dramatic situation of so many residents will likely go on for many weeks. The period of cleaning-up and reconstruction is set to begin, and for others, months of uncertainty and precariousness will ensue.
Msgr Paul-André Durocher and the selection committee of the 8th Annual Archbishop of Gatineau Golf Tournament are pleased to announce the official start of the registration period for nonprofit organizations to submit their financial aid requests.
The Congregation of the Servantes de Jésus-Marie and the Archdiocese of Gatineau held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new convent of the Servantes de Jésus-Marie, at the Diocesan Centre located at 180 Mont-Bleu Boulevard in Gatineau. The construction will be carried out over 12 months.