St. Patrick's

Roman Catholic Church

Hello, Parish Family! Amid a very challenging time, it is even more important to make sure that we stay connected in faith. One of the ways that we can do this is through the FREE Archdiocese of Winnipeg App! Receive messages of hope, reserve a seat for one of our liturgies (when restrictions in our province once again allow), and support the ongoing mission of our Church.

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LATEST NEWS

  • Updates on the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions on our COVID-19 Updates page.

  • Public mass will resume starting this Sunday, Jul. 18 for the 9 am & 11:30 masses. Attendance is limited to 150 people. Please call the office from Tues to Fri from 10AM to 3PM at (204) 774-7307 to register.

  • Read Archbishop Gagnon's official statement regarding the recent discovery of the 215 children buried at Kamloops residential school here.

  • Read the CCCB's statement here.

  • Daily Masses are streamed through Zoom. Please contact the office at (204) 774-7307 or message us on our Facebook page for the Zoom ID.

  • Sunday Masses at 9 am are streamed through Facebook Live.

  • Our parish office is still in operation from Tuesday to Friday, from 10 am to 3 pm. Please contact the office at (204) 774-7307 for more information.

  • CATECHISM 2021-2022 REGISTRATIONS is now CLOSED. For any inquiries, email soniaintacvelasco@yahoo.com.

  • Archbishop Richard Gagnon has extended dispensation from Sunday Mass until November 21, 2021.

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You are invited, in your own time to commemorate the 215 children by adding a decorated heart onto St. Patrick's Heart Garden.

To learn more about residential schools and the Catholic Church, visit:

www.archwinnipeg.ca

www.cccb.ca/indigenous-peoples

In memory of the 215 children who died at the residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia. Eternal Rest grant unto their souls O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace. Amen.

Through this week’s edition of the Friday Report, Archbishop Gagnon speaks about the newest COVID-19 restrictions (19:06) and answers questions about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (1:27), and the specific ways the Archdiocese is walking with our Indigenous brothers and sisters during this time (12:08), as well as sharing St. Patrick’s Prayer Garden, which was made in support of them (16:15).

Through your donations we are able to continue our ministry to our parishioners and the community.

“Christ with me,

Christ before me,

Christ behind me,

Christ in me,

Christ beneath me,

Christ above me,

Christ on my right,

Christ on my left,

Christ when I lie down,

Christ when I sit down,

Christ when I arise,

Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me,

Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,

Christ in every eye that sees me,

Christ in every ear that hears me.”

Saint Patrick