2020 Summer Edition of On the way - Now available!
We are pleased to publish the summer edition of On the Way, a publication of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg. Issue No. 3 contains stories from throughout our local church during the age of the coronavirus - stories of challenge and rejoicing, stories of change and tradition, stories of tears and laughter, stories of love and mercy, real stories, stories of faith.
Since access to our churches is limited at the present time, physical copies of this edition of On the Way will not be distributed to the parishes. Instead, you may enjoy the magazine through any of your devices, come back to it anytime on our website, or you may print your own copy at home.
We sincerely thank our contributors for sharing their precious stories of faith. Within our families and as a community, let us continue to reflect on the providence of God in our lives, always and everywhere.
Archbishop Richard Gagnon said in his article, "When we begin to recover as Church from this pandemic, we must write this new story of transformation and hope based on our blessings in spite of the pain and difficulties. This is indeed the greatest story yet to be told and many will find it interesting to hear about - maybe even inspiring!"
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On the Way - An Archdiocesan Publication
We are disciples on the way, said Archbishop Richard Gagnon in his Post-Synodal Proclamation that encapsulated the work of the Holy Spirit in our midst over the past few years. On the Way, the magazine, is one of the fruits of our Synod process.
On the Way seeks to further the work of God in our time by highlighting the key and pivotal Catholic stories in our community. The articles are not just the reporting of past news stories - rather, with great discernment, On the Way tells us: Here are the important issues in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg. Let us reflect on them carefully, and let us pray on them together as a community.
On the Way is made possible through your generosity - of time, talent, and treasure! We sincerely thank you for your continued support of Archdiocesan pastoral programs. You can further support our efforts by following our Archdiocese of Winnipeg social media platforms, and sharing the Good News found in our articles through your own social networking outlets. We sincerely thank you in advance!