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RIP Rev. Jeremiah (Jerry) Mackey

Mackey obitRev. Jeremiah (Jerry) Mackey, priest of the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth, died on September 3, 2014 in Springhill, NS.

Born in Springhill, in 1924, to the late William and Sarah (MacDonald) Mackey, he received his early education in Springhill, completed undergraduate studies at St. Mary's University and Theology at Holy Heart Seminary in Halifax.

Fr. Mackey was ordained to the priesthood on March 25, 1950 by Most Rev. Alfred B. Leverman in Halifax.

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Invitation to Pray for Peace from Archbishop Mancini - Oct 3, 2014

                                                                                   August 22, 2014

Dear Friends,cathedral dove

            In recent weeks we have heard numerous reports of the suffering of the people in Gaza, Iraq and Syria. In response to these reports, Archbishop Paul-André Durocher, President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) invited his fellow Canadian Bishops to encourage their clergy, consecrated persons and all the faithful of their diocese to pray for the people of not only these specific areas, but all the Middle East.

            In Pope Francis’ Angelus prayer of July 20th, he said, “May the God of peace create in all an authentic desire for dialogue and reconciliation. Violence is not conquered with violence. Violence is conquered with peace! Let us pray in silence, asking for peace; everyone, in silence….Mary Queen of peace, pray for us.”

2nd Annual Archbishop's Dinner

Would you like to have dinner with Archbishop Mancini? Join Archdiocese-crest 325x426Catholics across our region for this fundraising dinner in support of the pastoral works of the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth.

The dinner will be on Thursday, September 25 at the Westin Nova Scotian at 6:00pm. The Honourable Stephen McNeil, Premier of Nova Scotia, will be a special guest speaker and will speak on family and faith. Auctions, one silent and one live, will round out what will be a great night of food, fellowship and fun.

To purchase tickets for this fundraiser dinner please see the Archdiocesan website: www.halifaxyarmouth.org/dinner. To order tickets by phone contact Melissa Lunn at (902) 429-9800 x309. Ticket cost: $125.00.

For more information about the dinner or to donate auction items contact:
Marcy Anderson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Fall dates now available for Youth Retreats with NET Canada

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We are pleased to offer booking dates for NET Ministries of Canada (NET) for the 2014-2015 programming year for the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth.

Dates: November 30 – December 13, 2014 (Unavailable: December 5-6)

As always the team is available for full day and evening programs for confirmation, families, junior high and high school aged youth. Please cooperate closely with the parishes in your region to offer the best possible outcomes for your youth. For example, consider offering a single high school or family retreat for your entire region or work with nearby parishes to host a confirmation or junior high retreat. This cooperation will allow us to make good use of the NET team during their visit and promote unity within our local churches.

Koinonia - Adult Faith Formation Certificate Program

What is Koinonia?
Koinonia (koi-no-NEE-uh) is a Greek word meaning community oradultevangelization fellowship. This is the way in which are called to live our Catholic faith; with and among all the baptized. Many want to know more about the faith in order to live it more fully, especially in light of the Pope's (and Archbishop Mancini's!) call to the New Evangelization. Koinonia, is the name of the Archdiocesan program of lay adult faith formation. It is a program of adult faith formation that meets monthly from September to May. It enables adults to dig deeper into our Roman Catholic faith, reflect on the mission to whom we are all called, and develop the understanding, skills and confidence to take on that mission.

Parking Message

Beginning July 10 the private parking lots surrounding the Cathedral will be monitored on a Parking logo 5regular basis, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This will be done in an effort to make more parking available to those who regularly worship at the Cathedral, come for special liturgical and diocesan events or work at the Pastoral Centre. Those who do not obtain proper authorization to park in either lot will have their car immobilized, i.e. a tire boot will be applied to the vehicle. For more information on the increased monitoring of the parking lots please Continue Reading

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Support the Work of our Church

1. Archbishop's Annual Appeal
2. Sharing the Care 

3.Diocesan Mission of Transformation

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Talk to me about your donation:
Cathy Driscoll-Cainen (902) 429-9800 x308
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Address and Hours

Halifax: 
1531 Grafton St 
B3J 2B9
P: (902) 429-9800
F: (902) 423-5201

Hours:
8:30am-12:30pm & 1:30-4:30pm M-F                                     

Yarmouth:
#201, 65 Green St
B5A 1Z6
P: (902) 742-7163
F: (902) 742-2465

Hours:
8:30am-12:00pm & 1:00-4:30pm M-F