This year’s series features Archbishop Mancini as he teaches us what it means to become a community of missionary disciples. What does that mean to you personally? What about as part of a parish community? What does a community of missionary disciples look in the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth? You might be surprised by what our Archbishop is envisioning – or maybe not. The only way to find out is to tune into the Lenten Series!
Our draw deadline for Steubenville Atlantic is almost here! For every participant spot purchased by Wednesday, January 31, 2018 you will be entered in a draw to win a free youth night for your group! This includes supplies, snacks, and (if desired) support from an experienced youth minister. This is a great way to bring your youth together to prepare for the conference, or to give them a chance to re-unite afterward.
The Religious Education Program at St. Agnes Parish and Development and Peace – Caritas Canada are excited to announce a diocese-wide workshop for teens to learn more about how they can answer the call to care for the Earth!
Don’t delay! This Wednesday January 24 is the last day to order your Share Lent Materials to guarantee delivery BEFORE Ash Wednesday (February 14)! Materials can still be ordered after this date, however we cannot guarantee their delivery before Lent begins.
Saint Bede Catholic Community is a mission of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. This is a special type of diocese for former Anglicans in Canada and the U.S. who desire to be Catholic, but have felt a strong bond to their historical form of worship. Members of the Ordinariate are fully Roman Catholic, but retain elements of their liturgical heritage in their celebration of Mass.