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Easter Mass with Bishop Mark Hagemoen – celebration live-streamed

Sun, 04/04/2021 - 10:00

Bishop Mark Hagemoen will celebrate the Resurrection of Our Lord with an Easter morning Mass at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 4, which will be live-streamed on the St. Paul Co-Cathedral website at: https://www.stpaulscc.com/news-events/livestream/ as well as being posted online at: https://saskatoonmass.com

Because of COVID-19 restrictions on the number that can gather for worship, please check with your local parish about the availability of in-person attendance at Holy Week / Easter celebrations: LIST OF CATHOLIC PARISHES.

 

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Easter Vigil – Live-streamed celebration with Bishop Hagemoen

Sat, 04/03/2021 - 21:00

Bishop Mark Hagemoen will celebrate the Easter Vigil at 9 p.m. Holy Saturday, April 3, which will be live-streamed on the diocesan YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese

The live-streamed celebration of the Easter Vigil will be one of several celebrations in the diocese also posted on the diocesan live-stream site: https://saskatoonmass.com

Because of COVID-19 restrictions on the number that can gather for worship, please check with your local parish about the availability of in-person attendance at Holy Week / Easter celebrations: LIST OF CATHOLIC PARISHES.

 

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Holy Saturday Morning Prayers at St. Paul Co-Cathedral (in person or live-stream)

Sat, 04/03/2021 - 09:30

On Holy Saturday, April 3, Morning prayers will be sung at 9:30 a.m. at St. Paul Co-Cathedral, 720 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon. Attend in person (registration is not required) or through live-stream video at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.com, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

St. Paul Co-Cathedral is pleased to offer a wide breadth of Holy Week liturgies this season. In particular, we would like to highlight certain liturgies that are available in person without pre-registration as well through live stream video:

  • On Wednesday, March 31, at 8 pm St. Paul Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon will offer a Tenebrae Service chanted by the parish’s Men and Women’s Scholae.
  • On Good Friday, April 2, St. Paul’s will be singing Morning Prayers (Lauds of the Divine Office) at 9:30 a.m..
  • Beginning at Good Friday noon, Father Penna will continue in the long tradition of a prayerful meditation on the Seven Last Words – but this Year of St. Joseph, he will be preaching on the Seven Dolours of St. Joseph. Spanning two hours, this is a powerful accompaniment to the experience of the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion.
  • On Holy Saturday, April 3, Morning prayers will again be sung at 9:30 am.
  • And finally, to complete the Holy Triduum, St. Paul’s will be praying Solemn Vespers at 8 pm on Easter Sunday, April 4.

Access to all these services will be made available on the Saskatoon Mass website at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.com, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

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Good Friday evening – Stations of the Cross with Bishop Hagemoen

Fri, 04/02/2021 - 19:30

Bishop Mark Hagemoen will lead the Stations of the Cross at 7:30 pm Good Friday, April 2, 2021, held outdoors on the grounds of the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon, and live-streamed at https://saskatoonmass.com and on the diocesan YouTube channel at : https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese

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Good Friday Solemn Liturgy – Live-streamed celebration

Fri, 04/02/2021 - 15:00

Bishop Mark Hagemoen will celebrate the Good Friday Solemn Liturgy at 3 p.m. April 2, which will be live-streamed on the diocesan YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese

The live-streamed celebration of Our Lord’s Passion will be one of several also posted on the diocesan live-stream site: https://saskatoonmass.com

Because of COVID-19 restrictions on the number that can gather for worship, please check with your local parish about the availability of in-person attendance at Holy Week / Easter celebrations: LIST OF CATHOLIC PARISHES.

 

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“The Seven Dolours of St. Joseph” (in person or live-stream)

Fri, 04/02/2021 - 12:00

On Good Friday, April 2, at 12:00 p.m. noon, at St. Paul Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon, Fr. Stefano Penna will continue in the long tradition of a prayerful meditation on the Seven Last Words – but this Year of St. Joseph, he will be preaching on the Seven Dolours of St. Joseph.

Spanning two hours, this is a powerful accompaniment to the experience of the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion. Attend in person (registration is not required) or through live-stream video at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.com, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

St. Paul Co-Cathedral is pleased to offer a wide breadth of Holy Week liturgies this season. In particular, we would like to highlight certain liturgies that are available in person without pre-registration as well through live stream video:

  • On Wednesday, March 31, at 8 pm St. Paul Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon will offer a Tenebrae Service chanted by the parish’s Men and Women’s Scholae.
  • On Good Friday, April 2, St. Paul’s will be singing Morning Prayers (Lauds of the Divine Office) at 9:30 a.m..
  • Beginning at Good Friday noon, Father Penna will continue in the long tradition of a prayerful meditation on the Seven Last Words – but this Year of St. Joseph, he will be preaching on the Seven Dolours of St. Joseph. Spanning two hours, this is a powerful accompaniment to the experience of the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion.
  • On Holy Saturday, April 3, Morning prayers will again be sung at 9:30 am.
  • And finally, to complete the Holy Triduum, St. Paul’s will be praying Solemn Vespers at 8 pm on Easter Sunday, April 4.

Access to all these services will be made available on the Saskatoon Mass website at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.com, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

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Good Friday Morning Prayers at St. Paul Co-Cathedral (in person or live-streamed)

Fri, 04/02/2021 - 09:30

On Good Friday, April 2, St. Paul’s will be singing Morning Prayers (Lauds of the Divine Office) at 9:30 a.m. – available in person (registration is not required) and through live-stream at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.com, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

St. Paul Co-Cathedral is pleased to offer a wide breadth of Holy Week liturgies this season. In particular, we would like to highlight certain liturgies that are available in person without pre-registration as well through live stream video:

  • On Wednesday, March 31, at 8 pm St. Paul Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon will offer a Tenebrae Service chanted by the parish’s Men and Women’s Scholae.
  • On Good Friday, April 2, St. Paul’s will be singing Morning Prayers (Lauds of the Divine Office) at 9:30 a.m..
  • Beginning at Good Friday noon, Father Penna will continue in the long tradition of a prayerful meditation on the Seven Last Words – but this Year of St. Joseph, he will be preaching on the Seven Dolours of St. Joseph. Spanning two hours, this is a powerful accompaniment to the experience of the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion.
  • On Holy Saturday, April 3, Morning prayers will again be sung at 9:30 am.
  • And finally, to complete the Holy Triduum, St. Paul’s will be praying Solemn Vespers at 8 pm on Easter Sunday, April 4.

Access to all these services will be made available on the Saskatoon Mass website at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.com, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

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Mass of Our Lord’s Supper – Holy Thursday live-stream

Thu, 04/01/2021 - 19:00

Bishop Mark Hagemoen will celebrate Mass at 7 p.m. Holy Thursday, April 1, which will be live-streamed on the diocesan YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese

The live-streamed Mass will be one of several also posted on the diocesan live-stream site: https://saskatoonmass.com

Because of COVID-19 restrictions on the number that can gather for worship, please check with your local parish about the availability of in-person attendance at Holy Week / Easter celebrations: LIST OF CATHOLIC PARISHES.

 

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Chrism Mass – rescheduled to 10 am April 1

Thu, 04/01/2021 - 10:00
Because of storm / power outages, the diocesan Chrism Mass originally scheduled for March 29 was POSTPONED until 10:00 am Holy Thursday, April 1, 2021.

UPDATE: Priests from across the diocese will gather with Bishop Mark Hagemoen for the annual Chrism Mass starting at 10:00 am Holy Thursday, April 1 – which will be live-streamed at https://saskatoonmass.com and on the diocesan YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese since attendance is restricted because of COVID-19 public health orders.

During the Chrism Mass the priests of the diocese will renew their commitment to priestly ministry. The Oil of the Sick, Oil of the Catechumens, and Sacred Chrism  will be blessed by Bishop Mark Hagemoen for use in the celebration of sacraments throughout the year.

More information about these blessed oils:

  • Oil of Catechumens (OC): This oil, sometimes referred to as Oil of Salvation, is used to anoint the catechumens (infants and unbaptized converts to the Church) in preparation for their initiation into the Church. The prayer accompanying this anointing expresses the desire that Christ strengthen the person being anointed. This oil is also used in celebration of the baptism of children. It is a sign of belonging:  marking us as members of the Body of Christ.
  • Oil of the Sick (OS): This oil is used in the Anointing of the Sick. The prayer accompanying this anointing is: “Through this holy anointing, may the Lord in his love and mercy help you with the grace of the Holy spirit. May the Lord who frees you from sin save you and raise you up.” This oil is used to bring comfort and support to the sick in their infirmity. The celebrating of the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is a ritual moment that makes visible and present to the sick and the whole community who we are as Church: a community of healing and support.
  • Sacred Chrism (SC): This oil includes a sweet-smelling perfume or balsam, added during the blessing prayers at the Chrism Mass. Sacred Chrism is used at the celebration of baptism, confirmation, the ordination of priests and bishops, and for the dedication of churches and altars. t is also used in the blessing of bells and sacred vessels. Anointing with this oil implies abundance of grace and dedicated service to God. The word Christ means “anointed one.” So being anointed with oil is a sign of the special and strengthening presence of Christ, the Anointed One.

 

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Tenebrae Service at St. Paul Co-Cathedral (in person and live-streamed)

Wed, 03/31/2021 - 20:00

On Wednesday, March 31, at 8 pm St. Paul Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon will offer a Tenebrae Service chanted by the parish’s Men and Women’s Scholae.

St. Paul Co-Cathedral is pleased to offer a wide breadth of Holy Week liturgies this season. In particular, we would like to highlight certain liturgies that are available in person without pre-registration as well through live stream video:

  • On Good Friday, April 2, St. Paul’s will be singing Morning Prayers (Lauds of the Divine Office) at 9:30 a.m..
  • Beginning at Good Friday noon, Father Penna will continue in the long tradition of a prayerful meditation on the Seven Last Words – but this Year of St. Joseph, he will be preaching on the Seven Dolours of St. Joseph. Spanning two hours, this is a powerful accompaniment to the experience of the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion.
  • On Holy Saturday, April 3, Morning prayers will again be sung at 9:30 am.
  • And finally, to complete the Holy Triduum, St. Paul’s will be praying Solemn Vespers at 8 pm on Easter Sunday, April 4.

Access to all these services will be made available on the Saskatoon Mass website at https://saskatoonmass.com, on the Co-Cathedral website at www.stpaulscc.comn, and via the “Fr. Stefano Penna” channel on YouTube.

 

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De-Throning Mammon – Online discussion of stewardship book

Tue, 03/30/2021 - 13:00

Dethroning Mammon – A Stewardship Book ONLINE Discussion for LentDethroning Mammon: Making Money Serve Grace is a book by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in which he looks at the subject of money and materialism. Designed for study in the weeks of Lent, Dethroning Mammon discusses how our own attitudes and the pressures of society affect how we handle the power of money (Mammon). Reading and reflecting on the book will help us think more fully about the power of money in our lives and our world. Over six weeks we can grow as disciples and stewards through reading, conversing, and praying together.

What: A one-hour book discussion (one chapter a week) via Zoom

When: Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. (February 23, March 2, March 9, March 16, March 23 and March 30)

Who: Led by Archdeacon Cheryl Toth (Stewardship Officer with the Anglican Diocese of Qu’Appelle) and up to 12 participants

How: Register by emailing Cheryl at stewardship@sasktel.net

How do I get the book? E-versions of the book are available.

This study is open to people of all denominations and is offered in the spirit of LAURC, the covenant between the Lutheran (ELCIC), Anglican, Ukrainian and Roman Catholic churches in Saskatchewan.

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From Mourning to Dawn in-person ministry to bereaved spouses – spring session begins

Tue, 03/30/2021 - 00:00
From Mourning to Dawn is the diocesan grief support group for widows and widowers. Program facilitators (who have also experienced the death of a marriage partner) engage with participants on an eight-week journey of transformation and healing, offering support and encouragement for bereaved spouses. Open to participants who have been widows/widowers between two months and two years, the program will be offered as an afternoon session and/or an evening session (depending on number of registrations).
The spring session will be held weekly on Tuesdays, beginning March 30, 2021 and ending May 18, 2021, 
at the Catholic Pastoral Centre, on the second floor of the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon. Cost of this program is $35. The in-person sessions will abide by COVID-19 restrictions. To register or for more information, contact Dianna Knaus at dknaus@sasktel.net or (306) 382-0535.

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Diocesan Chrism Mass 2021 – RESCHEDULED BECAUSE OF STORM – postponed until 10 am Holy Thursday, April 1

Mon, 03/29/2021 - 19:00
Because of storm / power outages, the diocesan Chrism Mass scheduled for March 29 has been POSTPONED until 10:00 am Holy Thursday, April 1, 2021

UPDATE: Priests from across the diocese will gather with Bishop Mark Hagemoen for the annual Chrism Mass starting at 10:00 am Holy Thursday, April 1 – which will be live-streamed at https://saskatoonmass.com and on the diocesan YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/saskatoondiocese since attendance is restricted because of COVID-19 public health orders.

Please note that in-person attendance at the Chrism Mass is again restricted to priests and designated parish representatives because of number restrictions related to COVID-19 public health orders.

During the Chrism Mass the priests of the diocese will renew their commitment to priestly ministry. The Oil of the Sick, Oil of the Catechumens, and Sacred Chrism  will be blessed by Bishop Mark Hagemoen for use in the celebration of sacraments throughout the year.

More information about these blessed oils:

  • Oil of Catechumens (OC): This oil, sometimes referred to as Oil of Salvation, is used to anoint the catechumens (infants and unbaptized converts to the Church) in preparation for their initiation into the Church. The prayer accompanying this anointing expresses the desire that Christ strengthen the person being anointed. This oil is also used in celebration of the baptism of children. It is a sign of belonging:  marking us as members of the Body of Christ.
  • Oil of the Sick (OS): This oil is used in the Anointing of the Sick. The prayer accompanying this anointing is: “Through this holy anointing, may the Lord in his love and mercy help you with the grace of the Holy spirit. May the Lord who frees you from sin save you and raise you up.” This oil is used to bring comfort and support to the sick in their infirmity. The celebrating of the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is a ritual moment that makes visible and present to the sick and the whole community who we are as Church: a community of healing and support.
  • Sacred Chrism (SC): This oil includes a sweet-smelling perfume or balsam, added during the blessing prayers at the Chrism Mass. Sacred Chrism is used at the celebration of baptism, confirmation, the ordination of priests and bishops, and for the dedication of churches and altars. t is also used in the blessing of bells and sacred vessels. Anointing with this oil implies abundance of grace and dedicated service to God. The word Christ means “anointed one.” So being anointed with oil is a sign of the special and strengthening presence of Christ, the Anointed One.

 

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Centring prayer – Queen’s House

Mon, 03/29/2021 - 19:00

Centring Prayer – All are welcome to gather in-person at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor St. W., Saskatoon or virtually on Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Monday evenings for centring prayer.

Fr. Paul Fachet, OMI will provide leadership and guidance for these gatherings. Additional insights regarding contemplation and centring prayer from the great teachers will be part of every evening. No fee – donations to Queen’s House are welcome. Register online to receive the Zoom invitation or to let us know that you will be coming in person. This group does not meet on holiday Mondays.  Registration deadline each week is noon MONDAY, 12 p.m.

Please register online for this program at https://qh.retreatportal.com/events/f?p=EVENTS:1 or leave a message at (306) 242-1916.

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Bishop Mark Hagemoen – live-stream of Palm Sunday Mass

Sun, 03/28/2021 - 09:00

Bishop Mark Hagemoen’s weekly celebration of Our Lord’s Day Eucharist is live-streamed every Sunday, and can be found to pray live or later on the Diocese of Saskatoon YouTube channel or at SaskatoonMass.com

 

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Development and Peace – webinar

Sat, 03/27/2021 - 11:30

For the Love of Creation webinar March 27 – Advocacy for global justice is something that the members of Development and Peace see as integral to their faith commitment. As humanity faces an unprecedented ecological crisis, advocacy that cares for our common home is vital. Join deputy director of public engagement at Development and Peace Luke Stocking and senior policy analyst at Citizens for Public Justice Karri Munn-Venn for a conversation on the four policy pillars of For the Love of Creation. Long-time Development and Peace member Kim Piché, who is involved in climate justice and the zero waste movement, will also participate in the webinar. Get ready to put your faith in action by urging the federal government to place these four pillars at the heart of their own policy decisions in the years ahead.

The webinar will be held Saturday, March 27 at 11:30 a.m. Saskatchewan time (1:30 p.m. ET) – to register “For the Love of Creation” please go to: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-zUHvyxxQN2Xe7gahg3OSA

 

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Holy Week Retreat online from Queen’s House – “From Yesterday to Tomorrow in a Time of Pandemic”

Sat, 03/27/2021 - 09:30

A Lent-Holy Week Retreat: From Yesterday to Tomorrow in a Time of Pandemic with facilitators: Nancy Phillips and Julien Fradette will be offered on Zoom from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday March 27.

This past year has required us to live differently. For some, the adjustment to this journey has been slight, for others monumental.  In whatever way we have experienced this time, we are all called to find new ways of living as we transition from yesterday to tomorrow. Using themes from the Paschal Mystery this retreat will provide an opportunity to reflect on the experience of yesterday’s losses and its accompanying process of grieving. These insights will allow us to open space within ourselves to live tomorrow with a new richness in our daily lives.

Cost: $75. A minimum of nine participants are needed to offer this program – registration deadline: March 25. Register online at https://qh.retreatportal.com/events/f?p=EVENTS:1 or leave a message at (306) 242-1916.

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Knights of Columbus Pro-Life Fundraiser – online

Thu, 03/25/2021 - 19:00

Saskatoon Pro-life Fundraiser – The Knights of Columbus In Support of Life annual fundraiser will proceed this year as a free virtual event at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 25, which is the Feast of the Annunciation, as well as the International Day of Prayer for the Unborn Child: LINK

The virtual event will be held on Zoom, with entertainment, presentations from the various groups that the pro-life fundraiser supports, and an online auction.

The online auction started March 1 and closes March 25. If the successful bid is more than the value of the item, the bidder will receive a charitable receipt for the difference. A complete program of auction items will be available soon, with Queen’s House providing the technology.

Groups supported by the K of C In Support of Life committee in the past include: Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Centre, Teen Aid, National Campus Life Network, Campaign Life, Alliance for Life, Fountain of Hope, Silent No More and Rachel’s Vineyard. 

For further information please contact John Cook at 306-477-1748 or Louis Roth at 306-249-2764 or e-mail kofcisol@gmail.com or visit the Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus website https://kofcsask.com/saskatoon-pro-life-fundraiser/ (Please note that you can participate in the online auction or donate to the fund-raiser even if you do not plan to take in the Zoom entertainment and presentations March 25.)

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De-Throning Mammon – Online discussion of stewardship book

Tue, 03/23/2021 - 13:00

Dethroning Mammon – A Stewardship Book ONLINE Discussion for LentDethroning Mammon: Making Money Serve Grace is a book by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in which he looks at the subject of money and materialism. Designed for study in the weeks of Lent, Dethroning Mammon discusses how our own attitudes and the pressures of society affect how we handle the power of money (Mammon). Reading and reflecting on the book will help us think more fully about the power of money in our lives and our world. Over six weeks we can grow as disciples and stewards through reading, conversing, and praying together.

What: A one-hour book discussion (one chapter a week) via Zoom

When: Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. (February 23, March 2, March 9, March 16, March 23 and March 30)

Who: Led by Archdeacon Cheryl Toth (Stewardship Officer with the Anglican Diocese of Qu’Appelle) and up to 12 participants

How: Register by emailing Cheryl at stewardship@sasktel.net

How do I get the book? E-versions of the book are available.

This study is open to people of all denominations and is offered in the spirit of LAURC, the covenant between the Lutheran (ELCIC), Anglican, Ukrainian and Roman Catholic churches in Saskatchewan.

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Centring prayer – Queen’s House

Mon, 03/22/2021 - 19:00

Centring Prayer – All are welcome to gather in-person at Queen’s House, 601 Taylor St. W., Saskatoon or virtually on Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Monday evenings for centring prayer.

Fr. Paul Fachet, OMI will provide leadership and guidance for these gatherings. Additional insights regarding contemplation and centring prayer from the great teachers will be part of every evening. No fee – donations to Queen’s House are welcome. Register online to receive the Zoom invitation or to let us know that you will be coming in person. This group does not meet on holiday Mondays.  Registration deadline each week is noon MONDAY, 12 p.m.

Please register online for this program at https://qh.retreatportal.com/events/f?p=EVENTS:1 or leave a message at (306) 242-1916.

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