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  • Together we can Equip the Saints!

    Thank you to everyone who has donated to the 2017 Formation Collection. Contributing to this collection is a part of our overall diocesan collections that this year has the overarching theme: Equip the Saints. This theme implies that we can, and do, support the faith growth of all the faithful people within the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth. 

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  • Columbarium at Mount Olivet to be Moved

    A number of years ago, the Columbarium was installed at Mount Olivet Cemetery to provide a final resting place for families seeking a pleasant environment for their much loved family members. Over the years we have noticed a number of safety issues associated with the niches available on the back of the Columbarium. 

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  • Services Offered by the Catholic Cemeteries of Halifax

    Burial Information
    To meet today’s needs; niches for the committal of cremated remains and a cremation garden are available at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax. A cremation garden is available at Holy Cross Cemetery, Halifax and a columbarium for cremation as well as traditional burials are available at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Lower Sackville. Burials are available all year round.

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  • Website under construction

    We are currently in the process of updating and refreshing our website. You may notice that some of our website features and services are not yet fully functioning. Rest assured that they are being worked on.
    It is a work in process. If there is something you can’t find or have a question about please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Thanks for your patience!

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Our Lady of Fatima: Celebrating 100 Years

Our Lady of Fatima: Celebrating 100 Years

Saint Paul’s Parish in Dartmouth and the Portuguese Social Club are hosting a variety of events to celebrate 100 years of our Lady of Fatima. All are welcome to attend the celebrations.  The schedule of events includes:

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The Archbishop James M. Hayes Symposium 2017 on Trauma, Suffering and Resilience

The Archbishop James M. Hayes Symposium 2017 on Trauma, Suffering and Resilience

This year’s Archbishop James M. Hayes Symposisum is scheduled for  May 15- 17, 2017.  Sessions for the day symposium will  take place between  two locations: the Atlantic School of Theology and Saint Andrew’s Unite d Church on Coburg Rd. The conversations will focus on the theme: Trauma, Suffering, and Resilience.

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National Week for Life and the Family

National Week for Life and the Family

For several years the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has promoted a national initiative to reflect on  life and the family.  This initiative is called:  The National Week for Life and the Family. Bishop Douglas Crosby, OMI, president of the CCCB, offers the following comments in his message about the upcoming week in May:

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Steubenville Atlantic

Steubenville Atlantic

Steubenville Atlantic, our annual high school youth conference, is July 7-9, 2017 at Dalhousie University.

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Discipleship

Discipleship

Keep connected! Read about what’s happening in the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth in our quarterly e-journal Disicipleship. To receive the journal directly in your inbox subscribe now!

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St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica

St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica

Saint Mary’s Cathedral Basilica, mother church of the local Catholic community for over 200 years.

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Today in the Roman Catholic Church

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