Posted May 13, 2024
  • "What do you seek? Where do you live? Come and see!"

    Welcome to the new adventure of the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame Mother House during the visitation weekend (May 31st to June 2nd)!

    We are inviting young women 20 to 45 years old to discover our mission and our history with Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys! And why not discover yourself? You will enjoy:
    • Pilgrimage to St Marguerite Bourgeoys museum
    • Adoration and personal prayer time
    • Renewal of sisters' vows
    • Presentations and exchanges
    • Karao-praises and quiz with sisters
Posted March 6, 2024
Posted January 22, 2024
  • Salaries, Stipends and Fees for 2024
Posted November 16, 2023
Posted May 19, 2023
  • Pastoral Appointments for 2023-2024
Posted April 19, 2023
  • Special Collection for a Healing and Reconciliation Fund for Residential School Survivors
    The Bishops of Canada have pledged to raise 30 million dollars for a healing fund for Indian Residential School survivors. In this sense, a special collection will take place in all the parishes of the diocese, on May 6 and 7, 2023.
Posted February 23, 2023
  • Schedule of Collections in the Diocese of Edmundston—Eight Special Collections
Posted February 22, 2023
  • Share Lent 2023

    Development and Peace—Caritas Canada is beginning a new campaign cycle this year. Taking off from our Orientation Assembly in June 2022 and inspired by Pope Francis's October 2021 address to the World Meeting of Popular Movements, we have chosen "Create Hope" as our guiding theme for the next five years.

    To create hope in this first year, we will Stand for the Land in solidarity with our sisters and brothers who are defending their territories in the Global South by protecting their lands and waters, the environment and human life.
Posted February 8, 2023
  • "That We May Walk Together"—Series of Pastoral Letters on Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples
    On 8 February 2023, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops issued four pastoral letters on reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. Intended as a framework for local engagement with Indigenous Peoples, the letters are the fruit of many months of listening, encounter, and dialogue with them, including through Listening Circles, the Indigenous Delegation to the Vatican in April 2022, and Pope Francis' Apostolic Voyage to Canada in July of the same year.
Posted October 4, 2022
  • 2022-2023 Directory
    The 2022-2023 Diocesan Directory is now available for download:
Posted May 13, 2022
Posted March 7, 2022
  • Questions for Synod in Rome
    Included below is the main part of what we need to do at the parish level for the Synod. This will inform you of what the Synod wishes to achieve:
Posted January 31, 2022
  • Synod 2021-2023
    We are starting a new venture in our parishes that have an Anglophone language connection working on our own, and at times with the Francophone connection parishes in the Diocese of Edmundston.
Posted November 9, 2021
Posted July 21, 2021
  • Let's Pray for Healing

    I, Fr. Gilbert, have many people asking about the shocking news about the graves of indigenous children. I was sent this report and it helped me to have an understanding... It helped me and I hope this will help you. The pain and suffering of the First Nation People must be unbearable because all of us suffer when a child dies.

    Dr. Scott Hamilton was asked by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to find and locate the graves of indigenous children... This was in 2015. Dr. Hamilton submitted his report in 2015. For some reason little was used about this report, now it is on line posted by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. This report is a good, but sad, history of events.

    Let us remember to pray for the children and their families.
Posted May 6, 2021
  • Launch of the New Canadian Reporting System
    for Sexual Abuse or Cover-up by a Catholic Bishop
    The Bishops of Canada have launched a national, bilingual service for reporting situations of sexual abuse either committed or covered-up by a Bishop. This service furthers their commitment to responsibility, accountability and transparency in matters of clergy sexual abuse and their commitment to facilitate healing and justice for victims-survivors.
Posted April 17, 2020
  • We need your assistance for the finances of our churches!

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