We have been socially isolated through Lent, the Easter triduum, and soon the 50 days of Easter. To celebrate Pentecost together with the diocesan church, we have organized an online vigil of Pentecost on Saturday, May 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Archbishop Paul-André Durocher. following hte suggestion of Pope Francis, invites all Catholics, all believers of whatever religious persuasion and all people of good will to join the initiative proposed by the Higher Committe of Human Fraternity this Thursday, May 14.
Every day, Archbishop Durocher records a fifteen-minute video where they present the readings of the mass of the day. In his reflections, he tries to make connections with what we are living in this time of pandemic. A resource for anyone trying to shed light on their experience in the light of the Word of God.