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Into Advent in RomeDec 12, 2019

Vatican City - Every December there is a CCCB Presidency Visit to the Holy See. This year there are 23 meetings over twelve days in which the President, Vice-President and General Secretary visit many Vatican Offices (Congregations and Dicasteries). There is a formal agenda for each of these meetings where information about the Church in Canada and the Church universal are exchanged. This also includes a visit to the Embassy to the Holy See as well as to the Office of the Quebec delegation to Italy. Click on the image for a photo update from Archbishop Richard Gagnon.

From the Archbishop's Eyes - An Update from RomeDec 10, 2019

Rome - Archbishop Richard Gagnon is currently in Rome for the CCCB Presidency's annual visit to the Holy See. The highlight of the visit is a private audience with Pope Francis, along with meetings with the various dicasteries (or departments) of the Holy See. Below are glimpses of the visit "from the Archbishop's eyes" - the photos and captions are by Archbishop Gagnon.

'We are finding our way' - A Synod Implementation UpdateDec 9, 2019

Catholic Centre, Winnipeg The most recent Synod Implementation Commission meeting was held on December 4 at the Catholic Centre in Winnipeg. Consistent with our desire to be a synodal Church, the meeting began with lectio divina centred on Isaiah 25:6-10a. I am always impressed with how scripture passages chosen for lectio speak uniquely to each individual present. After this prayerful introduction, the Commission shared feedback on the November 23rd gathering in Portage la Prairie with Linda Chiupka, our Synod Implementation Coordinator.

The Guide for phase one of synod implementation, hearing the call,
now available!

God is at work renewing his Church in southwestern Manitoba! Click on the image below to learn more about our Synod Implementation process in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg, and how you can be part of it.

 

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