We welcome this year's speaker, Bishop Noël Simard of the Diocese of Valleyfield. Join us on Saturday, March 21, from 11 a.m.-12 noon (3484 Peel St., Montreal, H3A 3T6). Spaces are limited. RSVP by March 19 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following temporary closure on account of some major work being done to reallocate spaces and set up new exhibitions, the chapel, boutique and Belvedere lookout will re-open as of March 1, from Tuesday to Saturday, 11 am. to 4 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The first person who visits the museum at the reopening will be admitted free of charge! We look forward to seeing you again!
Weekend is a retreat for youth aged 18 to 30 that offers participants the chance to learn more about Christ and themselves. Whether you're a practicing believer or seldom go to church, Challenge will provide you with an opportunity to learn, to share and to grow in faith. You'll make new friends and participate in worship music, prayer, youth testimonies, discussions, and games. When? February 28th to March 1st (Friday 7PM to Sunday 5PM) Where? Loyola High School, 7272 Sherbrooke St W (in NDG) Cost? $60 (includes all meals and snacks; for those in real financial need, assistance can be arranged by contacting the Registration Coordinator). For more information, please visit montrealchallenge.ca, email email@example.com, or look us up on Facebook or Instagram.
This year, Fr. Lloyd Baugh, SJ, presents the ten films of Kieslowski’s Decalogue. Loosely inspired by the Ten Commandments, the films are consistent in their sharp focus on the absolute primacy New Testament commandment to “love your neighbour as yourself". Join him on Friday, March 20 at 7 p.m. in the parish rectory (6405 de Terrebonne, Montreal, H4B 1A8) to view the film "Decalogue Eight: Do Not Lie”. Free admission and popcorn, with discussion to follow! For information, contact Fr. Lloyd at 514-481-0267 ext. 232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for an intimate and effective way to make your marriage stronger, healthier and last a lifetime? This course is designed for any couple wanting to enrich their relationship, whether already great or perhaps struggling. Over seven weekly evenings, in a relaxing home setting in Kirkland, spend some quality time as a couple, discovering the essence of a lifelong & loving marriage! There are no group discussions. The next course will begin Wednesday February 25, at 7:15 pm, ending April 7, 2020.Think of it as a “date night” with your spouse! $ 80 per couple. To register or for info: Nathalie or John Bondyra: 514-695-7896, email@example.com
The People’s Gospel Choir of Montreal at St. John Fisher Parish on Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets $20 ($10 for under 12yrs). Contact Jennifer Pastor 514-426-3892 A portion of the proceeds go to support St. John Fisher Parish.
We all want to be free but why it is so difficult to make decisions? Is there a way to know that we are making the right decisions? Is being authentic different from being spontaneous? How can we foster freedom in children without imposing our views? Susana has a doctorate degree in philosophy. Her areas of interest are: Theory of action (freedom, determination, identity), Theory of knowledge, and interdisciplinary studies on human behaviour. She is a consultant for cultural projects at Institute Tour des Pins and Association pour le développement sociale de la femme, Montréal, Québec. All are welcome.
This year, Fr. Lloyd Baugh, SJ, presents the ten films of Kieslowski’s Decalogue. Loosely inspired by the Ten Commandments, the films are consistent in their sharp focus on the absolute primacy New Testament commandment to “love your neighbour as yourself". Join him on Friday, January 31 at 7 p.m. in the parish rectory (6405 de Terrebonne, Montreal, H4B 1A8) to view the film "A Short Film about Loving”. Free admission and popcorn, with discussion to follow! For information, contact Fr. Lloyd at 514-481-0267 ext. 232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study session (seven evenings) of the encyclical Laudato Si’, Praise to You Lord is planned for January – March 2020. One of the best ways to learn the teachings in this encyclical is in a small group. We will use the Jesuit Forum Dialogue Guide. Meetings will be held Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30 p.m. starting January 22 until March 11 at the Archdiocese of Montreal (2000 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, H3H 1G4). Please note the exception of two dates, i.e. February 4 and February 25: we will meet on Tuesday instead of Wednesday. Please RSVP for the study sessions by January 20 and kindly indicate whether you need a hard copy of the dialogue guide for $10. RSVP to Kim Piché at KPiche@diocesemontreal.org.
The World Day for Consecrated Life was instituted by Pope John Paul II in 1997, a day of prayer for those women and men who have devoted their lives to God in consecrated life. It takes place every year on February 2, on the feast of the Lord's Presentation at the Temple. In Montreal, you are invited to join Archbishop Christian Lépine and the Consecrated Religious for Mass on Saturday, February 1, 10:30 a.m. at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral (1085 de la Cathédrale, Montreal, H3B 2V3). Following Mass, the consecrated religious are invited to stay for a day of prayer, reflection, sharing and fellowship. RSVP required. Please contact Soeur Madeleine Rochette, CND, Director of the Office de la Vie consacrée at SMRochette@diocesemontreal.org.