The Archdiocese of Winnipeg’s Communications Office is responsible for conveying pertinent archdiocesan information to parishes and other organizations throughout the archdiocese.

The Communications office is also responsible for responding to media inquiries and providing public relations support to the archdiocese as well as coordinating content for the archdiocesan website.

For further information contact:
Catholic Centre
Archdiocese of Winnipeg
204-452-2227 ext.237


The Archdiocese of Winnipeg Weekly Online Bulletin

The Archdiocese of Winnipeg Weekly Online B ulletin is a list of upcoming events in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg and other timely announcements from organizations including the Catholic Centre, Archdiocese of Winnipeg and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The weekly online bulletin can be found on the archdiocesan website at and is updated every Tuesday at which time the updated bulletin is emailed to all church pastors and/or administrators, members of the Archbishop’s Pastoral Council, deanery pastoral councils, healthcare ministry, prison ministry, religious communities and various other clergy and individuals.

Items for the weekly bulletin are to be emailed to and will be added to the bulletin no more than three weeks before the event or registration deadline for the event. Items can be submitted at any time and are added to the following Tuesday’s update.


The Archdiocese of Winnipeg Directory

The Archdiocese of Winnipeg Directory is published annually and is available online at  for viewing or printing. The directory includes contact information for the archdiocesan curia, its pastoral services, tribunals and archdiocesan councils as well as a brief history of the archdiocese and its bishops plus current statistics. The directory includes detailed contact information for each church and mission including mass times and a breakdown of parishes, missions and reduced services churches by deanery. The directory includes detailed contact information for diocesan priests (including retired priests), religious priests, deacons, seminarians, brothers and sisters. Other sections provide contact details for retreat centres and organizations, educational institutions, social services and religious communities.

The directory is updated annually beginning in late summer with a target deadline for completion in early October. Individuals and organizations currently in the directory are contacted to provide required updates. However the directory can be updated at any time during the year and individuals and organizations are encouraged to provide updates at any time as they occur.

The directory is grouped in five chapters on the website, each in an easy to view or print .pdf file. Updates are to be emailed to