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  • St. Dominic Savio CWL Scholarship Information Sheet The St. Dominic Savio Council of the Catholic Women’s League of Canada is pleased to offer a small scholarship to a post-secondary student who is an active member of our parish and have a mother or grandmother who is a current CWL member. Eligibility Criteria: Currently under the… […]

News around The Archdiocese

  • Catholic Voices Of Reconciliation is a series of interviews with Catholic First Nation individuals who were a part of Pope Francis’ visit to the Edmonton Archdiocese. We asked each of them three questions about their experience as both followers of Christ and First Nations people and practical ways that local Catholics can support truth and reconciliation. […]
  • Father Wieslaw Szatanski, OMI, passed away on Sept. 22 in Canmore. He was 57. The funeral Mass for Father Wieslaw will be held on Oct. 11 at 2 pm at St. Albert Parish. Viewing will take place prior to the Mass. Cremains will be interred in Poland. Father Wieslaw was a dedicated priest who served […]
  • Catholic Voices Of Reconciliation is a series of interviews with Catholic First Nation individuals who were a part of Pope Francis’ visit to the Edmonton Archdiocese. We asked each of them three questions about their experience as both followers of Christ and First Nations people and practical ways that local Catholics can support truth and […]
  • Recently I received a letter from a friend who shared that she was afraid to accept a certain vocation because it would leave her too much alone. She shared this fear with her spiritual director who simply said, Charles de Foucauld died alone in the desert!” That answer was enough for her. She went ahead […]
  • When we celebrate a major milestone like a wedding or anniversary, it’s common to send out a series of invitations. These usually include instructions on how to RSVP to the event. “RSVP” comes from the French term respondez s’il vous plait, which means “please respond.” While in the past you might find an RSVP card […]
  • Fr. Leo Floyd, a longtime pastor in Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton, has died. He was 91. Leo Anthony Floyd  was born on Aug. 16, 1931 in Springfield, N.S. He attended St. Joseph Seminary in Edmonton from 1954-1958 and ordained on May 31, 1958 at St. Dunstan’s Basilica, Charlottetown, P.E.I. Father Floyd served as pastor in […]
  • Jenny Connelly – Archdiocese of Edmonton There is something exciting happening on the historical “Church Street” of Edmonton, Alberta. Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples hosted an event called Church Street: Hope and Healing Encounter, an opportunity to share faith and help those in need. The event took place on 96 Street in downtown […]